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Proto-Germanic: *ala-, *alla-; *ull=
Meaning: all
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: all-s (a) `all'; ala-man-s m. (cons) `totality of human beings'
Old Norse: all-r `all, jeder'; ɔl-vǟr-r `freudlich'
Norwegian: all
Old Swedish: alder, OGutn aldr
Swedish: all
Danish: al
Old English: eal (eall, all) adj. `all'; { eal-wǟre `zuverlässig' }
English: all
Old Frisian: al
Old Saxon: al; ala-hwīt `ganz weiss'
Middle Dutch: al (all-), OFlam olla; ale-waer, ale-machtich
Dutch: al
Old Franconian: al
Middle Low German: al
Old High German: al `all' (8.Jh.); ala-wāri `freundlich, wohlwollend' (10.Jh.)
Middle High German: al (-ll-) adj. 'all, ganz, jeder'; aleine, -ein adv., conj. 'allein; obgleich, obschon'
German: all; albern

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