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Proto-Germanic: *aukan- vb., *aukian- vb., *aukēn, *wōkra-z, -ō; *waxsan-, *waxsian- vb.; *áuxima-, *áuxuma-
Meaning: increase
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Gothic: aukan st. `increase'; wahsjan st. `grow'; *wōkr-s `interest'; comp. auhuma adj. `higher', auhumist `höchster',
Old Norse: auka red. `vermehren, vergrössern, übertreffen, erzeugen'; vaxa st. `wachsen', vexa wk. `wachsen machen'
Norwegian: auka; vaksa
Old Swedish: öka, ökia; växa; OGutn auka
Swedish: öka; växa
Old Danish: ökä, ögä
Danish: öge; vokse
Old English: { weaxan }; ēacan (ēoc, ēocon; ēacen) `to be increased, augmented, enlarged, indued', īcan (īecan, īcean, ǖhte) (īhte/īkte) `eke, increase, add to, augmnnt', ēaca, -an `addition, eeking, increase, usury, advantage'; wōcor, -e f. `increase, fruit, offspring'; ǖmost `highest'
English: wax
Old Frisian: wōker `interest'; waxa
Old Saxon: ōkian `vermehren'; wahsan
Middle Dutch: woeker m. `woejer, interest'; wassen (wies); ōken `vermeenderen'
Dutch: woeker m.; wassen
Old Franconian: wahson
Middle Low German: wassen; wōker `rente, woeker'
Old High German: ouhhōn `vermehren'; wahsan (8.Jh.); wuohhar m., n. `Ertrag des Bodens, Leibesfrucht, Nachkommenschaft, Gewinn, Zins, Wucher' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: ouchen wk. refl. 'sich vermeheren, vergrössern'; wahsen st. 'wachsen, auf-, erwachsen'; wuocher st. m., n. 'ertrag, frucht; leibesfrucht, kind, nachkommenschaft; zuchtvieh, zuchstier'
German: wachsen; Wuchs m.; Wucher m.
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