Lexeme – Index

Focus Area Language (family) Form Meaning Grammar Note
Eurasia Old Norse springa

to spring; to spurt out; to burst, break

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Eurasia Proto-Germanic *springan-, *sprinkan-

to break out, to leap

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Eurasia Old Swedish springa

to spring; to spurt out; to burst, break

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Eurasia Swedish springa

to run, to spring, to explode

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Eurasia Danish springe

to run, to spring, to leap, to explode

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Eurasia Norwegian (Bokmål) springa

to spring, to jump, to run, to burst, to open up, to unfold

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Eurasia Norwegian (Nynorsk) springa

to spring, to jump, to run, to burst, to open up, to unfold

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Eurasia Icelandic springa

to spring; to spurt out; to burst, to crack, to break

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Eurasia Faroese springa

to leap, jump; to burst, explode

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Eurasia Elfdalian springga

to grow

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Eurasia German springen

to jump, gush, flow

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Eurasia Middle High German springen

to jump, gush, flow

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Eurasia Old High German springan

to jump, gush, flow

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Eurasia Middle Low German springen

to spring; to jump, to leap, to dance

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Eurasia Dutch springen

to spring; to jump, leap, run

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Eurasia Middle Dutch springen, sprinhen

to spring; to dance, to jump, to burst out

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Eurasia Old Saxon springan

to spring, to jump, to leap, to run

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Eurasia Avestan aspərəzatā

to strive after

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Eurasia Sanskrit spr̥haya-

to be eager, strive after, desire

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Eurasia Old High German māen

to mow

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