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Proto-Germanic: *aikō, *aikila-z
Meaning: oak
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: eik f. `Eiche; Schiff (poet.)'
Norwegian: eik
Swedish: ek f. `Eiche'
Danish: eg
Old English: āc (ǟc), -e f. `oak'
English: oak
Old Frisian: ēk
Old Saxon: ēk f. `Eiche'
Middle Dutch: eike, ēke f. `Eiche'; eikel, ēkel m. `Eichel'
Dutch: eik m. `Eiche', eek `eikenschors'; eikel m. `Eichel'
Middle Low German: ēk f./m., ēke f. `Eiche'; ēkel `Eichel'
Old High German: eih, eihha (8.Jh.) f. `Eiche'; eihhila (9.Jh.) `Eichel'
Middle High German: eich, eiche st. f. `Eiche'; eichel wk. f. `Eichel'
German: Eiche, Eichel
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