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Proto-Germanic: *pinn=, *pint=
Meaning: pin, nail
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old English: pennian `schliessen'; pinn `pin, peg'; on-pennian `to unpen, open'
English: pen `schliessen', pin
East Frisian: penne = pinne
Old Franconian: pin `paxillus'
Middle Low German: pin, pinne `Pinne, Spitze, Nagel, Zwecke, Pflock'
Low German: pennen `eine Tür (mit einem Bolzen) verriegeln'
Middle High German: { md. pinz `subula' }, phinne, vinne st./wk. f. 'nagel; finne'
German: bair. pfonzer, pfunzer `zugespitzter Knüttel'
Comments: Lat pinna
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