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Proto-Germanic: *armi-z, *arma-z
Meaning: arm
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: arm-s m. (i) `arm'
Old Norse: arm-r m. `Arm'
Old Swedish: armber
Swedish: arm
Danish: arm
Old English: earm, -es m. `arm, the limb extending from the shoulder to the hand; foreleg of an animal; anything projecting from a main body, as inlet of the sea or ocean'
English: arm
Old Frisian: erm
Old Saxon: arm
Middle Dutch: arm, aerm, arem
Dutch: arm m.
Old Franconian: arm
Middle Low German: arm
Old High German: ar(a)m (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: arm, arn st. m. 'arm (von menschen u. tieren); ranken, zweige; wasserarm; meerbusen, -enge'
German: Arm m.

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