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Proto-Germanic: *skalō, *skaljō, *skiljō(n), *skēlō, *skullēn
Meaning: shell, cover
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *skalja f. (jō) `tile'
Old Norse: skel f. `Schale'; skāl f. `Trinkschale; skalli m. `Kahlkopf; Schadel'
Norwegian: skjel; skɔl; skalle
Swedish: dial. skäl(j); skɔl; skalle; skulle `Schädel'
Danish: skäl; skɔl; dial. skalle
Old English: sciel(l) `schub, schelp'; scalu, scealu f. `Schale, Hülse, Schote'
English: shell, shale
East Frisian: Fris skēl
Old Saxon: skala `concha'
Middle Dutch: scelle, scille f. `schub, schelp, schaal, bast, schors, huls, vlies, schilfer'; scāle f. `schil, dop, eierschaal'
Dutch: schel f., schil `schil, dop'; schaal f. `schil, dop'
Middle Low German: schelle, schille f. `schub, schelp, schaal'; schāle
Old High German: aostorscā̆la 'Austernschale' { scala f. `Hülse, Schale einer Frucht, eines Eis'; skāla `Schale' }
Middle High German: schal(e), schāl(e) st./wk. f. 'schale (hülse einer frucht, eines eies, einer schnecke); hirnschale; ess-, trinkschale u d.gl.'
German: Schale, Schellfisch
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