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Proto-Germanic: *unxtwōn, *unxtwa-z
Meaning: early morning
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *uhtwō f. (n) `dawn'; *uhtīg-s adj.; *uhtiug-s adj. `opportune'; anaks 'plötzlich, sogleich'
Old Norse: ōtta f. `Morgengrauen'
Norwegian: otta
Old Swedish: otta
Old Danish: otte
Old English: ūhte, -an f. `the last part of the night, time just before daybreak', ūht, -es m. `id.'
Old Saxon: ūtha f.
Middle Dutch: ochten, uchten m.
Dutch: ochtend, uchtend m.
Old High German: ūhta, uohta f.
Middle High German: ūhte, uohte wk. f. 'zeit der morgendämmerung; nachtweide, weide überh."

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