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Proto-Germanic: *bōgu-z, *bōgisla-n
Meaning: arm, shoulder
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bōg-r, pl. acc. bōgu `Arm, Schulter, Bug'; bȫxl n. `Bug eines Tieres, Rückenflosse des Walfisches'
Norwegian: bog, baug `Arm, Schulter, Bug'; bögsl `Rückenflosse'
Swedish: bog
Danish: bov
Old English: bog (~ -ō) `arm, shoulder', bōga `shoulder of an animal; bough af a tree, sprig, sprout'
English: bough
Old Frisian: bōg `Bug, Zweig'
Old Saxon: bōg `Bug, Zweig'
Middle Low German: bōch `Schulter, Bug, Hüfte'
Old High German: buog (um 800) `Schulter(blatt)'
Middle High German: buoc (-g-) st. m. 'obergelenk des armes, achsel; obergelenk des beines, hüfte; knie, bei tieren der bug'
German: Bug m.
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