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Proto-Germanic: *daga-z `Tag'; *dōga-; *dōgiz; *dōgin-
Meaning: day
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Gothic: dag-s m. (a) `day'; ahtau-dōg-s adj. `on the eight day', fidur-dōg-s adj. `on the fourth day'
Old Norse: dag-r m. `Tag'; dȫgr n., dȫgn n. `Halbtag von 12 Stunden'
Old Swedish: dȫgher
Swedish: dag `Tag'; dügn `Halbtag von 12 Stunden'
Old Danish: dōger
Danish: dag `Tag'; dögn `Halbtag von 12 Stunden'
Old English: däg, -es m. `day; time of a man's life'; dōgor (-er), -es m., n. `day'
Old Frisian: dei, dī
Old Saxon: dag
Middle Dutch: dach
Dutch: dag m.
Old Franconian: dag
Middle Low German: dach
Old High German: tag (8. Jh) `Tag, Tageszeit, Zeit, Gerichtstag, Gericht, Jüngstes Gericht, Frist, Termin, Aufschub, Waffenstillstand, höheres Alter, Mannbarkeit, Volljärigkeit, Lebensalter, Leben'
Middle High German: tac (-g-) st. m. 'tag, tageszeit'
German: Tag
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