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Proto-Germanic: *ankiōn; *ankila-z, *ankala-z; *ankulan-, *ankulan-; *ankōn
Meaning: ankle, hip
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: akka f. `Pfeil'; ɔkla n., ɔkli m. `Fussknöchel'
Norwegian: okla n., okkel m.
Swedish: ankel
Danish: ankel
Old English: anclēow, -es n., anclēowe f. `ankle'
English: ankle
Old Frisian: OWFris anckel
Middle Dutch: ankel, Kiliaen enckel
Dutch: enkel m.
Old High German: ancha, enka f. `Schenkel, Beinröhre'; anchul, enchil; anchula, anchila
Middle High German: anke wk. m. 'gelenk am fuss'
German: { Enkel m. }
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