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Proto-Germanic: *aura-z, *auraga-, *ūra-n, *ūraga-
Meaning: rain, fog, sea
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ūr n. `Feuchtigkeit, feiner Regen'; NIsl aur, Far eyr-ur `Sumpf'
Norwegian: aur `Sumpf'; ur `Schneewetter'
Swedish: ur `Schneewetter'; dial. örja `Sumpf'
Old Danish: ur `Nebel'
Old English: ēar (ǟr), -es m. `sea, ocean', ūrig-feɵera `wet-feathered, with dewy plumage', ūrig-lāst `making a dewy track'

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