Lexeme – Index

Language Form Meaning Grammar Note
Scottish Gaelic ith

eat

v Details
Scottish Gaelic siubhal

fly (v)

See translation MacLennan (1979)
v Details
Middle Low German vlêgen, vlîgen

fly

v Not sure about "vlîgen". Details
Middle Low German ēten

eat

v Details
Middle Low German drinken

drink

v Details
Middle Low German kōmen, kāmen

come

v Not sure about "kamen". Details
Middle Low German sterven

die

v Details
Middle Low German bîten

bite, eat

v Details
Middle Low German bernen, barnen

burn

Intransitive
v Details
Middle Dutch vliegen

fly

v Details
Middle Dutch drinken

drink

v "Drenken" is probably meant, as "drinken" means to drown someone.  Details
Middle Dutch bernen, barnen, bornen, berrenen, barrenen

burn

Intransitive
v Not sure about "bornen" and "barrenen".  Details
Middle Dutch eten

eat

v Also "eiten" and "etten".  Details
Middle Dutch comen

come

v Also "commen".  Details
Middle Dutch sterven

die

v Details
Middle Dutch biten

cut; split; bite

v Details
Old Frisian kuma, koma

come

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Old Frisian sterva

die

v Details
Old Frisian barna

burn

Intransitive
v Also seems to be transitive: "burn down someone".  Details
Old Frisian īta

eat

v Details

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