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Proto-Germanic: *salta-n, *salta-, *saltan- vb., *sult(i)ō, *sultia-; *suljō(n); *sulu-z, *sulō
Meaning: salt
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: salt n. (a) `salt'; *saltan st. `salt'
Old Norse: salt n. `Salz'; salt-r `salzig'
Norwegian: salt; dial. sült f. n`iedriger, bei Hochwasser überschwemmter Meeresstrand, kleiner Salzsumpf'
Swedish: salt
Danish: salt
Old English: sealt (salt), -es n. `salt' {sealt adj. }
Old Frisian: salt adj.
Old Saxon: salt `Salz'; sultia `Salzwasser, Salzbrühe'
Middle Dutch: sout n.; sulte, sult, silte `pekel, gezouten spijs'; sout adj.
Dutch: zout n.; zilt `соленый'; zult m.
Old Franconian: sulta `zout water'
Middle Low German: solt `Salz'; sole `salzhaftiges Wasser'; sülte f. `zoutwater, pekelgerecht'; sōle `Salzwasser'; solt adj.
Old High German: salz `Salz' (8.Jh.); sulza f. `Salzwasser, Sülzwurst' (9.Jh.); salz adj.
Middle High German: salz st. n. 'salz'; sulz(e), sülze st./wk. f. `Salzwasser, -sole; Sülze, Brühe'; sul, sol st. f. 'salzwasser, -brühe'
German: Salz n.; Sülze f.; [ Sole f. < LG ]

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