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Proto-Germanic: *wartō(n), *wartiō(n); *warz=́, *wúrs=
Meaning: wart
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: varta f. `Warze'
Norwegian: vorta
Swedish: vɔrta
Danish: vorte
Old English: wearte, -an f., weart (?), -e f. `wart'; worsm `Eiter', wearr `Schwiele, Warze'
English: wart
Old Saxon: warta f. `tepel'
Middle Dutch: wratte, worte, warte f. `wrat, tepel, speen', Kil. werte, wratte
Dutch: wrat f.; { fläm. warre `Schwiele, Knorren' }
Middle Low German: warte
Old High German: warza f. (8.Jh.); werra `Krampfader'
Middle High German: warze, wɛrze wk. f. 'warze'
German: Warze f.; Werre `gesternkornartiges Blutgeschwür im Augenlied'
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