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Proto-Germanic: *úslō(n), -ēn; *úsjōn, *aim-uzjōn, *uznṓn- vb., *úsVlēn
Meaning: coals, smooth
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Old Norse: usli m. `glühende Asche'; üsja f. `Feuer (ɵula)'; eim-ürja f. `glühende Asche'; orna wk. `warm werden'; ; NIsl üsja `Treibsand, loser Schnee, Staubregen'
Norwegian: usle `schwarzer Rauch, Abfall'; dial. orna `warm werden'; eimürja, eldmürja
Swedish: eldmörja; dial. orna `warm werden'
Danish: dial. usle `ausgebrannte Asche'; emmer
Old English: ysel, -e; ysle, -an f. `spark, cinder, ash, ember'; ǟm-erge (ǟm-yrge, -yrie, -erge), -an f. `embers, ashes; dust'
English: isel; embers
Old Frisian: ēmer
Middle Dutch: amerdijn `hete as'
Dutch: amer f.
Middle Low German: emere, amere; ösele `gloeiende as, glimmende lampepit'
Low German: rhein. ammere, ammer, amere, amer, westf. amer
Old High German: eimuria
Middle High German: usel(e), üsel(e) wk./st. f. (/ st. m.) 'asche, funkenasche, aschenstäuben'; eimere wk. f. 'funkenasche'
German: N dial. ammer `glühende Asche';
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