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Proto-Germanic: *amazá-z, *amazṓn; *áms(a)lōn
Meaning: a bird
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: ōsle, -an f. `ouzel, blackbird', amore, -an f. `kind of bird (scorellus)', omer `bird's name, hammer (scorellus)'
English: ousel, ouzel [u:zl] `Amsel'; yellow-hammer
Old Saxon: amer
Middle Low German: amsel
Old High German: amaro `Ammer'; amsla (9. Jh.), amsala (Hs. 12. Jh.) `Amsel'
Middle High German: amer st. m. 'ammer, ohreule'; { amsel `Amsel' }
German: Amsel f; { Ammer }
Proto-Germanic: *ambria-z, *aimbria-z
Meaning: bucket
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: amber, ambor
Old Saxon: ēmbar
Middle Dutch: emmer, emer
Dutch: emmer, dial. emer
Middle Low German: emmer; amber, ammer
Old High German: ampri (9 Jh.), eimbar, einber; eimmer (Hs. 12.Jh.)
Middle High German: ɛmber, eimber, eimer, einber st. m. 'gefäss mit einem griffe, eimer'
German: Eimer m.
Comments: Considered to be borrowed from Lat. ( < Greek).
Proto-Germanic: *amilōn ?
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: Emla, Embla f. `Name des ersten Weibe', eig. `Baumname'
Proto-Germanic: *amōn- vb., *amstu-z, *amsti-z, *amVlōn- vb., *amita-
Meaning: load, to make work
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ama wk. `belästigen', korn-amst-r, -ɔmst-r `Heuschober', NIsl amst-ur `Mühe, Beschwerde'
Norwegian: ama `andringen, antreiben', amla `sich abmühen, arbeiten, bes. ohne Erfolg', amster `Mühe, Beschwerde'
Old High German: pl. dat. (adv.) emiʒʒēn (9.Jh.), gen. (adv.) emiʒʒes (um 1000) `fortwährend, ständig, immer', emiʒlīh `beständig, beharrlich, eifrig' (9.Jh.), emiʒʒīg, emeʒʒīg `immerwährend, häufig, eifrig' (um 800)
Middle High German: ɛmʒec, ɛmʒic, ɛnʒic 'beständig, fortwährend, beharrlich, eifrig'; ɛmslīche adv.
German: emsig
Proto-Germanic: *ampra-, *amprōn
Meaning: sharp, bitter, evil
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: apr `hart, böse; sorgvoll'
Norwegian: amper
Old Swedish: amper `sauer, scharf, bitter'
Swedish: amper
Old English: ampre, -an f. `sorrel or dock (rumex)'
Dutch: amper `scharf, bitter, unreif'
Low German: amper `Ampfer'
Old High German: { ampharo `Ampfer' }
German: { Ampfer }
Proto-Germanic: *ámsa-z
Meaning: backbone, shoulder
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *ams m. (a) ~ *amsa m. (n). `shoulder'
Old Norse: ās-s m. `Bergrücken'
Norwegian: ɔs `Bergrücken'
Swedish: ɔs `Bergrücken'
Danish: ɔs `Bergrücken'
Proto-Germanic: *anan-, *unm=, *andō(n), *andēn, *uz-únɵa-n
Meaning: breath, breathe
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *uz-anan st. `breathe one's last'
Old Norse: ɔnd f. `Seele, Atem', anda wk. `atmen'; andi m. `Atem, Wind, Geist'
Norwegian: ande; anda vb.
Old Swedish: ande
Swedish: ande, anda
Danish: ɔnde sbs., vb.
Old English: { ōɵian `stark pusten' }; oroɵ (orɵ), -es n. `breath, breathing'
Old Frisian: omma `Atem'
Proto-Germanic: *andṓ
Meaning: entrance
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ɔnd f. `Vorhaus, Gang'
Proto-Germanic: *anēn, *anō
Meaning: ancestor, forefather
IE etymology: IE etymology
Middle Dutch: aen-hete `(Ur)grossvater'
Middle Low German: āne `Vorfahr, Grossvater, Urgrossvater';
Old High German: ano (9.Jh.) `Vorfahr, Grossvater, Urgrossvater'; ana (9/10.Jh.) `(Ur)grossmutter'; eninchil nkel
Middle High German: ane, an, ene wk. m. 'grossvater, urgrossvater'; ane wk. f. 'grossmutter'; eninkel, enenkel, enikel st. m. 'onkel'
German: Ahn m. `Vorfahr', Ahne f. `(Ur)grossmutter'; bair. enl, änl, österr. ǟnl, ānl Grossväterchen; nkel
Proto-Germanic: *angara-z, *angira-z
Meaning: worm
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: angar (11. Jh.) `Kornmade', engirinc `Larve'
Middle High German: anger, ɛnger st. m. 'kornmade'
German: Engerling (личинка майского жука), obd. Anger, Inger
Proto-Germanic: *angḗn m, *angṓ f.; *angVlō
Meaning: hook, angle
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: angi m. `Spitze, Zacken'
Swedish: dial. ang `Wurzelfaser'
Old English: anga (onga), -an m. `sting'; angel, -gles m. `hook, fishing-hook'
English: angle `Angel'
Old Saxon: angul `haak, visangel', ango m. `stekel, deurhengsel'
Middle Dutch: anghe m. `prikkel', anghel `haak, visangel'
Dutch: angel m.
Middle Low German: angel `Angel'
Old High German: ango (8.Jh.) `Spitze, Stachel'
Middle High German: ange wk. f. 'stachel, fischangel, türangel; schoss'; angel st. m., f. 'stachel; türangel; stift im messerhefte'
German: Angel f.
Proto-Germanic: *angēn, *angōn
Meaning: neck
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *hals-aŋga m. (n) `neck'
Old High German: ancha, enka f. `Genick'; ancho `Nacken'
Middle High German: anke wk. m. 'genick'
Proto-Germanic: *angia-, *angu-, *angustu-z
Meaning: narrow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *aŋgʷu-s (u) `narrow'
Old Norse: ɔng-r, öng-r `enge'
Norwegian: ang adj.
Old English: enge `narrow, anxious'
Old Frisian: ong-neil; ongost, ongest, onxt m. `angst'
Old Saxon: engi
Middle Dutch: enghe; anxt m., anxte f.
Dutch: eng; angst m.
Middle Low German: enge; angest, anxt m.
Old High German: { angi }, engi `eng' (8.Jh.); ang m. `Verdrusst, Schade, Betrübnis'; angust f. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: ɛnge st. f. 'enge, schlucht; meerenge'; angest st. f., m. 'bedrängnis; angst, furcht, besorgnis'
German: eng; Angst f.
Proto-Germanic: *angjō; *angja-n; *angra-z; *ankja-z
Meaning: meadow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: eng f. `Wiese'; engi n.; -ang-r m. (in ON: Harδangr, Stafangr) `Bucht'
Swedish: äng `Wiese'; Harmɔnger
Old English: { ing `akkerland' }
Middle English: eng, ing `Wiese'
English: dial. ing `Wiese'
Old Saxon: angar `ongeploegd grasland', ungepflügter `Grasland'
Middle Dutch: enc, eng `bebouwd veld, bouwland'; anger `Anger'
Dutch: eng m., dial. enk m.
Middle Low German: anger
Old High German: angar (8.Jh.) `Anger', ungepflügter `Grasland'
Middle High German: anger st. m. 'gras-, ackerland'
German: Anger m.
Proto-Germanic: *angVsVt=
Meaning: carbuncle, pimple
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: angset, -es m.?, angseta, -an m. `a disease with eruptions, a carbuncle, pimple, pustule, an eruption, St. Antony's fire'
Old Saxon: angseta `pustula'
Old High German: { angesezo `furunculus' }
Proto-Germanic: *ánid, *ánud; *ánida-z
Meaning: duck
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ɔnd f. `Ente'
Norwegian: and, önd
Swedish: and
Danish: and
Old English: ened (enid, änid, änit) f. `duck', ened, -es m. `drake'
Old Saxon: anad
Middle Dutch: aent, eent, ent
Dutch: eend f., dial. ant, ent
Middle Low German: ānet, ānt
Old High German: anut (10.Jh.), enita (11.Jh.), anata (10.Jh.), aneta (11.Jh.) { enit, anud, pl. enti (i-St.) }
Middle High German: ant st. m., f. 'enterich, ente', ɛnte wk. f. 'ente'
German: Ente f.
Proto-Germanic: *ankēn
Meaning: butter
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: ancho 'Butter'
Middle High German: anke wk. m. 'butter'
German: dial. Anke 'Butter'
Proto-Germanic: *ankiōn; *ankila-z, *ankala-z; *ankulan-, *ankulan-; *ankōn
Meaning: ankle, hip
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: akka f. `Pfeil'; ɔkla n., ɔkli m. `Fussknöchel'
Norwegian: okla n., okkel m.
Swedish: ankel
Danish: ankel
Old English: anclēow, -es n., anclēowe f. `ankle'
English: ankle
Old Frisian: OWFris anckel
Middle Dutch: ankel, Kiliaen enckel
Dutch: enkel m.
Old High German: ancha, enka f. `Schenkel, Beinröhre'; anchul, enchil; anchula, anchila
Middle High German: anke wk. m. 'gelenk am fuss'
German: { Enkel m. }
Proto-Germanic: *ank=, *unk=
Meaning: to shout, to make a noise
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: dial. ank `Gewimmer, Seufzen, Kummer, Reue'; unka `bemitleiden, bedauern, beklagen'
Swedish: ünka `bemitleiden, bedauern, beklagen'
Danish: ank, anke `Klage, Beschwerde'; ünke `bemitleiden, bedauern, beklagen'
Middle Low German: anken `stöhnen, seufzen'
Proto-Germanic: *ankō(n), *ank-en- m.
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old High German: { ancha 'Genick' }
Middle High German: anke wk. m. 'gelenk am fuss; genick'
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