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Proto-Germanic: *áxanō/*agánō; *áxl=/*agl=; *axsa-n, *áxuz; *áxiz; *úxa-n; *agṓ (?)
Meaning: chaff, ear (of cereals)
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: ahana f. (ō) `chaff'; ahs n. (a) `ear (of grain)'
Old Norse: ɔgn f. `Spreu'; ax n. `Ähre'
Swedish: ax `Ähre'
Danish: aks `Ähre'
Old English: egenu, -e f. `a husk, chaff'; egl, -e f. `a mote, festūca', egle, -an f. `an ail, awn, beard of barley; ear, -es n. `an ear of corn', north. ähher (eher) `id.'
English: pl. ails `Bärte der Kornähre'; ear `Ähre'
Old Frisian: ār `Ähre'
Old Saxon: ehir n.; ahar `Ähre'
Middle Dutch: aer n., f.; age `Spreu'
Dutch: aar f.; fläm. echel `angel aan het kaf van enige grasgewassen'
Middle Low German: agen `Spreu'; ār `Ähr'
Old High German: agana, ahana `Spreu'; achil `Spreu'; ehir (9.Jh.), ahir (8.Jh.) `Ähre'; oh n. `Ähre'
Middle High German: agene st. f., agen st. m. 'spreu', āne st. f. 'dass.'; ɛher, äher st. n. 'ähre'
German: { Agen, Ahne; Achel } Ähre f.

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