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Proto-Germanic: *fō-n (*fu-n-), *fu-n-an- m.; *fū-r-a- m., *fui-r-a- m., *fū-r-ia- n. (~ -iu-)
Meaning: fire
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: fōn, gen. funins, dat. funin n. `fire'
Old Norse: fūr-r m., fǖr-r m. `Feuer' (poet.); füri n. `Feuer` (poet.); funi m. `Feuer'
Norwegian: für
Old Danish: für
Old English: fǖr (fīr), -es `fire, hearth'
English: fire
Old Frisian: fiūr, fiōr `Feuer'
Old Saxon: fiur `Feuer'
Middle Dutch: vuur, vier `Feuer'
Dutch: vuur n. `Feuer'
Old Franconian: fūir `Feuer'
Middle Low German: vǖr
Old High German: fiur (8.Jh.), Musp. vugir `Feuer'
Middle High German: viur, viwer, viuwer st. n. 'feuer'
German: Feuer

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