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Proto-Germanic: *akwizjō; *akúsjō; *akwís=; *akús=
Meaning: ax
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: akʷizi f. (jō) `ax'
Old Norse: öx f., ax f.
Swedish: üxa
Danish: öxe
Old English: äx (äsc, acas), -e f., acase (axe), -an f. `axe'
English: axe
Old Saxon: akus
Middle Dutch: aex f.
Dutch: aaks, aks, aakst m.
Old Franconian: acus
Middle Low German: axe, ēxe, 5) ē̆xte; 3) akes
Old High German: ackis, ackus (um 800)
Middle High German: ackes, aks, ax, axt st. f. 'axt'
German: Axt f.
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