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Proto-Germanic: *bōk-s, *boka-n, *bōkiōn, -ēn
Meaning: beech
IE etymology: IE etymology
Norwegian: bōk, bök
Swedish: bok
Danish: bög
Old English: bēce (bǟce, bēoce) f. `beech-tree; a tree bearing mast', bōc, -e f. `beech-tree'; bōcce (bēoce, bēce, bǟce), -an f. `beech tree'
English: beech
East Frisian: bȫke
Old Saxon: bōka f., bōk, bōkia
Middle Dutch: boeke, bōke f.
Dutch: beuk m.
Middle Low German: bȫke f.
Old High German: buohha (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: buoche wk. f. 'buche'
Comments: [also *bōk-f., *bōka-n, *bōkō `*a beech table for writing']
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