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Proto-Germanic: *ánid, *ánud; *ánida-z
Meaning: duck
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: ɔnd f. `Ente'
Norwegian: and, önd
Swedish: and
Danish: and
Old English: ened (enid, änid, änit) f. `duck', ened, -es m. `drake'
Old Saxon: anad
Middle Dutch: aent, eent, ent
Dutch: eend f., dial. ant, ent
Middle Low German: ānet, ānt
Old High German: anut (10.Jh.), enita (11.Jh.), anata (10.Jh.), aneta (11.Jh.) { enit, anud, pl. enti (i-St.) }
Middle High German: ant st. m., f. 'enterich, ente', ɛnte wk. f. 'ente'
German: Ente f.
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