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Proto-Germanic: *midja-; *midjōn, *midja-n; *midjila-, *midjila-n
Meaning: middle, midst
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *midji-s (a) `middle'; *miduma f. (ō) `middle'
Old Norse: miδ-r adj. `mittlerer'; miδja f. `Mitte'; miδ n. `Mitte; Fischplatz im Meer'; meδal n. `Mitte'; miδil adv. `inmitten, zwischen'; mjɔδm f. `Hüfte, Leibesmitte'
Norwegian: mid `mittlerer'; midja `Mitte'; mid `Fischgrund'; mjödm
Swedish: midja `Mitte'; medel `Mitte'; dial. mjörm, mjärm
Old Danish: medel `Mitte'
Danish: midje `Mitte'; med `Mass, Ziel, Zweck'
Old English: midd adj. `mid, middle'; { middel; midde f.; medeme }
Old Frisian: middle
Old Saxon: middia f.; middi n.; middi adj.; middil- adj.; middil adv.
Middle Dutch: mits dat `doordat, omdat, indien; opdat, zodat'; middel n., f., m.
Dutch: mits; middel n.
Old Franconian: medemest `mittelster'
Middle Low German: midde f.; middes (middest, middens) `in het midden'; middel n.; middel adj.
Old High German: mittī f., (um 1000), mitti n. (9.Jh.); mitti adj.; mittil adj. (8.Jh.); { mitil, metal }, { mittil adv. }; {metemo, mittamo `mittelmässig' }
Middle High German: mitte st. f. 'mitte'; mittel st. f. 'mitte'; mittel st. n. `Mitte, Mittel, Vermittlung, was trennend und hindernd in der Mitte steht; mitte `in der Mitte befindlich, mittler'; mittel adj. = mitte
German: Mitte f.; Mittel n.; frühnhd. mitt(e) adj.; mittel

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