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Proto-Germanic: *niwja-, *niwwia-
Meaning: new
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: niuji-s (ja) `new, unused; new, young'
Old Norse: nǖ-r `neu'; Run. niujila, niuwila
Norwegian: ny
Old Swedish: Run. niuhA, niuha
Swedish: ny
Danish: ny
Old English: nīwe (nēowe) `new, not yet used; new, recent, not of long standing; new, novel'
English: new
Old Frisian: nī, nīe, nīaL
Old Saxon: niuwi, nīgi
Middle Dutch: nieuwe, nūwe, nīe
Dutch: nieuw
Old Franconian: nūwi
Middle Low German: nīe, nige, nigge
Old High German: niuwi (8.Jh.) `neu, frisch, sich erneuernd, veränderlich, unbeständig, wankelmütig, nie veraltend'
Middle High German: niuwe (niwe, niu) 'neu, frisch; sich erneuend'
German: neu

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