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Proto-Germanic: *ánɵjan; *and=; *und=; *únɵ=; *andi-; *andia-z, -n
Meaning: forehead; end
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: and prp. `along, through, over'; anda-, and- prf.; und prp. `up to, for'; andiz-uh conj. `either'; andī-s m. (ja/i) `end', *andi-laus `endless'
Old Norse: enni n. `Stirn; and-; und-, unn-; adv. endr `wieder, zum 2. Mal, früher'; endi m., endir m.
Norwegian: ender `wieder'
Swedish: änne `Stirn'; ända, ände
Old English: and-; oɵ; end `formerly, of old'; ende, -es m. `end; cornert, part, sort'
English: end
Old Frisian: ande, and, ende, end; ende
Old Saxon: and-; endi `früher, vormals'; endi
Middle Dutch: einde, ende
Dutch: einde m.
Old Franconian: ende, endi, einde
Old High German: andi, endi n. `Stirn'; ant-, int-; enti, inti `früher, vormals'; anti, enti m., n. (8.Jh.) `Ende, Endpunkt, Zielpunkt'
Middle High German: ɛnt-; ɛnde st. n., m. 'ende, ziel; richtung, seite'
German: ent-; Ende n.

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