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Proto-Germanic: *gnaist=, *gnist=; *sknaist=
Meaning: spark
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: gneista wk. `funken, sprühen', gneisti m. `Funke'
Norwegian: dial. gneiste, kneiste, neiste
Swedish: gnista, dial. snaikstä f.
Danish: gnist
Old English: gnāst, -es m. `spark'
Middle Dutch: genster, geinster f.
Dutch: genster f. `vonk'
Old High German: { gneisto; ganeistra }
Middle High German: gneiste, ganeist(e), geneiste st. f., wk. m. 'funke'
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