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Proto-Germanic: *xaxwō, *xa(g)wjá-n
Meaning: hay
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: hawi n. (ja) `hay'
Old Norse: hā f. `Grummet, Nachtmahd'; hey
Norwegian: hɔ, hɔv, hon; höy
Swedish: hö; dial. hɔv, hɔ
Danish:
Old English: hīg (hēg) `hay, mown grass'
English: hay
Old Frisian:
Old Saxon: hōi
Middle Dutch: hooy, hoy
Dutch: hooi n.
Middle Low German: höü
Old High German: hewi (10.Jh.), houwi (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: höuwe, houwe, höu, hou (-w-) st. n. 'heu, gras'
German: Heu n.
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