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Proto-Germanic: *starēn, *stara-z, *starna-z; *ɵirnōn
Meaning: starling
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: stari m. `Star'; ɵerna f. `Seeschwalbe'
Norwegian: stare; terna
Swedish: stare; tärna
Danish: stär; terne
Old English: stär, -es m. `starling', stearn, -es m. `some kind of bird'; { stärling }
English: starling, dial. stare, shetl. starn `starling', norf. starn `common tern', stern `black tern'
East Frisian: Fris stirns, sterns `zeezwaluw'
Middle Dutch: sterre `spreeuw'
Dutch: stern f. `Seeschwalbe'
Middle Low German: stār(e)
Old High German: stara (9. Jh.), staro, star (Hs. 12.Jh.)
Middle High German: star wk. m. 'star (vogel)'
German: Star m.
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