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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.
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