hruse

Old EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *hrusǭ ‎(ground; ice), from Proto-Indo-European *krus- ‎(crust). Cognate with Old High German hroso, hrosa ‎(ice, crust), Latin crusta ‎(crust).

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NounEdit

hruse f ‎(nominative plural hrusan)

  1. The surface of the earth; the ground.

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