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Proto-Germanic: *apla-z, -n, *apli-z, *aplu-z m., *apalja-n; *apVldri-z, -ōn
Meaning: apple
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: CrimGot apel `pomum'
Old Norse: epli n. `Apfel', apald-r m. `Apfelbaum'; apal-grār `apfelgrau'
Norwegian: eple; apall
Old Swedish: apald, apuld
Swedish: äpple `Apfel'; apel `Apfelbaum'
Danish: äble; abild
Old English: äppel (äpl, appel, apl, eapl), -es, pl. äpplas m., pl. äppla n. `apple', apulder (-or), -es f., apuldre (-der ?), -es m. `apfel', apuldre, -an f. `apple-tree', { äppuldre }
Old Frisian: appel `oogappel'
East Frisian: Fris apel `appel'
Old Saxon: appul, apl; apeldere
Middle Dutch: appel, apel `Apfel'
Dutch: appel m.
Middle Low German: appel `Apfel'
Old High German: aphul (9.Jh.), apful, afful `Apfel', apfoltra, affoltra `Apfelbaum'
Middle High German: apfel, ɛpfel, öpfel st. m. 'apfel; augapfel', apfalter, affalter, affolter st./wk. f. `Apfelbaum'
German: Apfel

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