In Finnic languages (Estonian as an example here) and German, the following words can be seen as somewhat synonymous:
Keere - Kehre
Keerama - Kehren
However, at least the Estonian Etymological Dictionary claims that it is a Finnic root (kīerõ, tšeertää, kiertää, keertää etc) and thence not a German loan. German dictionaries, as far as I've seen, only reffer to its first registered usage in the 8th century.
Maybe someone with a philological interest has an idea of the connection these words might have?