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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.
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