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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
germet-meaning,germet-prnum,germet-mdutch,germet-mlg,germet-ohg,germet-mhg,germet-hg,

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