Lexeme – Index

Focus Area Language (family) Form Meaning Grammar Note
Eurasia Icelandic vefa

to weave

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Eurasia Faroese veva

to weave

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Eurasia Elfdalian wevå

to weave

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Eurasia German weben

to weave

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Eurasia Middle High German weben

to weave

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Eurasia Old High German weban

to weave

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Eurasia Low German weven

to weave

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Eurasia Middle Low German weven

to weave

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Eurasia Dutch weven

to weave

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Eurasia Middle Dutch weven

to weave

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Eurasia English weave

weave

To form fabric by interlacing long threads in two directions
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Eurasia Middle English weve

to weave

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Eurasia Old English wefan

to weave

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Eurasia Frisian weewen, weve, weevje

to weave

v NFris. weewen, WFris. weve, weevje Details
Eurasia Old Frisian *weva

to weave

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Eurasia Modern Greek yfaínoυφαίνω

to weave

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Eurasia Classical Greek hypʰaínōὑφαίνω

to weave, warp; devise, produce

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Eurasia Proto-Indo-European *(h₁)uebh-

to weave

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Eurasia Old French forrer

to line a garment with fur

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Eurasia French fourrer

to line a garment with fur

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