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Proto-Germanic: *xajiz-, *xītōn, -ēn, *xaita-, *xaitō(n); *xitjōn, *xitja-z; *xaj=; *xaitiɵō(n)
Meaning: hot, heat
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *hais n.?: pl. dat. haizam `torch'; hītō f. (n) `fever'
Old Norse: heit-r `heiss'; hiti m. `Hitze', hita f. `id.'
Norwegian: heit; hita, hite
Old Swedish: heta, hiti
Swedish: het; hetta `Hitze'
Danish: hed; hede
Old English: hāt `heiss'; hitt f. `Hitze'; hǟtu, hǟte
English: hot
Old Frisian: hēt; hēte; hette
Old Saxon: hēt `heiss'; hittia f. `Hitze'
Middle Dutch: heet; hitte; hette
Dutch: heet; hitte f.; dial. (noorbrab.) heit
Old Franconian: heit
Middle Low German: hitte, hette
Old High German: hei `Brand an Pflanzen' (9.Jh.); heia `Hitze' (um 1100); gihei `Brand' (12.Jh.), arheigēn `verdorren'; heiʒ `heiss' (9.Jh.); hizza `Hitze' (um 800)
Middle High German: heiʒ 'heiss, hitzig; heftig, stark'; gehei(e), -heige st. n. `Brand, Hitze'; hitze, hitzene st. f. 'hitze'
German: heiss, Hitze f.

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