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Proto-Germanic: *xillan- vb., *xila-n, *xilda-z, *xal=; *xlōwan- vb.; *xlunjan- vb.; *skillan- vb., *skill=, *skala-n, *skila-n, *skalja-z etc.; *xlamōn- vb., *xlimman- vb., *xlammi-, *xlumja-z, *xlumjan- vb.
Meaning: shout
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: hjala wk. `sprechen, sich nerhalten', hjal n. `Gespräch, Unterhaltung', hjald-r m. `Gesprech, Lärm, Kampf'; skjalla st. `tönen, schallen', skɔll f. `Lärm, Spott', skell-r m. `dröhnender Schlag', skjall-r `lauttönend'; skal n. `Lärm', skjal n. `Gerede, Geschwätz'; skella wk. erklingen, erschallen, laut schlagen'; skella f. `Schall, Gelächter'; hlamma wk. `schallen'; hlümja vb. `klingen, krachen', hlüm-r m. `Klang, Lärm'
Norwegian: hjala `schreien, rufen'; hjal `Schrei'; skjella vb.; skoll; skjell; skjella vb.; lamra `lärmen'
Old Swedish: skial
Swedish: dial. lumma, lumra, lomra `dröhnen'; dial. lamma `klingen, widerhallen', lamra `lärmen'; skälla vb.; skall; skälla vb.
Old Danish: Run. gahellija `tönnend ?'; Run. helδaR; skald
Danish: skjelde vb.; skald
Old English: hiellan `Geräusch machen'; hlōwan `rugire, boare'; hlētan `grunzen'; hlimman (hlymman) st. `klingen, tönen, rauschen, brüllen', hlyn(n) `Schall, Lärm, reissender Storm', hlynnan, hlynian `hallen', gehlyn `etöse'; sciellan `schallen, tönen'; sciell `widerhallend, schrill'; hlemm `Schall', hlimme `reisender Storm'; hlemm `Schall'; hlemman `mit eräusch asschlagen'
English: low
Old Frisian: skelda `schelten, tadeln, laut erklärten'
Old Saxon: gihlunn `Getöse'; helan `geluid geven'; hellan st. `ertönen'; hlamon `brausen, rauschen'
Middle Dutch: scelle f.; scellen `weerklinken barsten'; hel; hellen `geluid geven'; loeyen, lōyen
Dutch: schel f. `bel'; hel; loeien
Old Franconian: luon, luogin
Middle Low German: schelle; schellen st.; lōien, lugen
Old High German: (h)luoēn `brüllen'; hluoticla `latratus'; hel `tönend'(11.Jh.), giheli `harmonisch' (10.Jh.), unhelli `mistönend' (um 1000); hellan st. `ertönen, erschallen' (8.Jh.); skellan `schallen, tönen, klingen, lärmen' (um 1000, ir-skellan 9.Jh.); caus. skellen wk. (10.Jh.) `erklingen lassen'; skella f. (11.Jh.); sceltan `schelten, schmähen, beschimpfen, tadeln'; scal (-ll-) `Schall, Krach'; scella `Schelle'; (h)limmen `brummen, heulen', hlamōn `rauschen, tosen'
Middle High German: lüejen `brüllen'; hal `Hall, Schall'; schɛllen wk. `erklingen lassen'; schëlle wk. f. 'schelle; schlag'; schëllen st. `tönen, schallen, klingen'; hël (-ll-) `tönend, laut, glänzend, licht'; hëllen st. `ertönen, erschallen'
German: hell; Hall m.; verschollen `erklingen'; schallen; zerschellen, Schelle f.
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