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Proto-Germanic: *akarna-n/*akrana-n, *akirna-n
Meaning: acorn
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: akran n. (a) `fruit, results'
Old Norse: akarn n. `Frucht wildwachsender Bäume'
Norwegian: dial. ɔkorn `Eichel'
Swedish: dial. akarn `Eichel
Danish: agern `Eichel'
Old English: äcern (äcirn), -es n. `corn or fruitof an oak, acorn, nut'; { äcren, äceru }
English: acorn
Middle Dutch: aker m. `eikel'
Dutch: aker m.
Middle Low German: ēker(en), ecker(en), āker(en), acker(en) `Eichel, Eichelmast'
Middle High German: ackeran, ɛcker st. m., n. `Frucht der Eiche und Buche'
German: Ecker f.
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