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Proto-Germanic: *sōwila-n; *sōwulō; *sunnēn, -an, -ōn; *súnɵ=, *súnɵra-n
Meaning: sun; south
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Gothic: sɔ̄il n. (a) `sun'; sunnō f. (n), n. (n) `sun'
Old Norse: sōl f. `Sonne'; Run. Norwdat. sg. solu; sunna f. `Sonne'; suδr n. `Süden'
Norwegian: sol; sud
Old Swedish: sol `Sonne'; and-sülis `der Sonnezugewendet'; sunna
Swedish: söder
Old Danish: sol; Run. suɵr-
Old English: sunna, -an m. `sun'; { sunne m. }; { sūɵ adv. }
English: sun
Old Frisian: sunne; sūther, sūth
Old Saxon: sunna f., sunno m.; sūthar-
Middle Dutch: sonne f.; suut, suder
Dutch: zon f.; { zuid }
Old Franconian: sunna
Middle Low German: sunne; sūt, sūder
Old High German: sunno m. (11.Jh.), sunna f. (8.Jh.); sundar
Middle High German: sunne wk./st. f., wk./st. m., md. sonne 'sonne'; sunder 'südlich'; sūdenǟre st. m. 'südwind'
German: sunne f., m., mitteld. sonne

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