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Proto-Germanic: *angia-, *angu-, *angustu-z
Meaning: narrow
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *aŋgʷu-s (u) `narrow'
Old Norse: ɔng-r, öng-r `enge'
Norwegian: ang adj.
Old English: enge `narrow, anxious'
Old Frisian: ong-neil; ongost, ongest, onxt m. `angst'
Old Saxon: engi
Middle Dutch: enghe; anxt m., anxte f.
Dutch: eng; angst m.
Middle Low German: enge; angest, anxt m.
Old High German: { angi }, engi `eng' (8.Jh.); ang m. `Verdrusst, Schade, Betrübnis'; angust f. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: ɛnge st. f. 'enge, schlucht; meerenge'; angest st. f., m. 'bedrängnis; angst, furcht, besorgnis'
German: eng; Angst f.

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