germ., schwach. Verb:
nhd. hören;
ne. hear;
Hinweis: s. *hlusēn;
s. ing. *k̑leu- (1), *k̑leu̯ə-, *k̑lū-, Verb, Substantiv, hören, Ruhm, Pokorny 605;
vergleiche idg. *k̑el- (5), Verb, Substantiv, hören, Ruhm, Pokorny 605;
Literatur: Falk\/Torp 113

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