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Proto-Germanic: *wirá-z
Meaning: man
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: wɛr m. (a) `man'
Old Norse: ver-r m. `Mann, Ehemann'
Norwegian: verfader `Schwiegervater'
Swedish: värbror `Schwager'
Old Danish: värfader `Schwiegervater'
Old English: wer, -es m. `man, male person; man, male that has reached man's estate; being in the form of a man; married or betrothed man; male'
Old Frisian: wer
Old Saxon: wer
Old High German: wer
Middle High German: *wër st. m. 'mann' (in wergelt, werwolf, werlt)

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