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Proto-Germanic: *xula-
Meaning: hole
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: hulundi f. (jō) `cave'
Old Norse: hol n. `Höhle, Loch', hol-r `hohl'
Norwegian: hol adj.; hol sbs.
Old Swedish: hol adj.
Swedish: hɔl sbs.
Danish: hul adj., sbs.
Old English: hol, -es n. `hole'; hol `hollow', holh (holg), -es n. `hollow, cavity, hole'
English: hole, hollow
Old Frisian: hol adj.; hol
Old Saxon: hol adj.; hol
Middle Dutch: hol adj.; hol `holte, inham, gat; bedding; hol, grot, spelonk'
Dutch: hol adj.; hol
Old High German: hol adj. (8.Jh.); hol
Middle High German: hol 'ausgehöhlt, hohl; klanglos'; hol st. n., m. 'höhle, höhlung, loch, vertiefung; öffnung'
German: hohl

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