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Proto-Germanic: *xrauna-n; *xráusiō, *xráusia-n, *xrū́sō(n); *xrō[b]a-n, -z
Meaning: stone heap; roof
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Old Norse: hraun n. `steiniger Boden, Lava'; pl. hreysar f. `Steinhaufe', hreysi n. `Steinschutt am Fuss eines Berges, elende Hütte'; hrōf n. `Dach eines Boothauses; Bootschuppen'
Norwegian: röys; dial. rūs(a) `Steinhaufe'; dial. rōv `Reste eines niedergerissenen Gebäudes'
Swedish: rös(e); dial. ro `auf Säulen ruhendes Dach über dem Herd'
Danish: rön `Steinbank auf Meeresboden'; rös `Steinhaufe, Haufe'
Old English: hrōf, -es m. `roof, top, summit, highest part'
English: roof
Old Frisian: hrōf `Dach'
Middle Dutch: roef, rouf m., n. `overdekking, afdak, roef'
Dutch: roef f.
Middle Low German: rōf m., n. `afdak, roef'
Low German: rūse `Haufe'
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