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Proto-Germanic: *kwikwa-, *kwiwa-; *kwikwōn
Meaning: alive, quick
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Gothic: kʷiu-s (wa) `alive'; ana-, *ga-kʷiujan `make alive'; *ga-kʷiunan `become alive'
Old Norse: kvik-r, kük-r, acc. kükvan `lebendig'; kvika, kvikva f. `Fleisch unter den Nägeln und Klauen; fliessendes Wasser aus einer Quelle'
Norwegian: kvik; kvika
Swedish: kvick
Danish: kvik; kvikker `schnell wachsendes Unkraut (Triticum repens)'
Old English: cwic, cwicu, cucu `lebendig'; cwice `Hundegras'
English: quick
Old Frisian: quick; quik, quek `vee'
Old Saxon: quik `levend, levendig'
Middle Dutch: quic `levendig'; quic, quec `dier, stuk vee, vee'; queke `Unkraut'
Dutch: kwik, kwiek
Middle Low German: quick
Low German: quick
Old High German: alem. kec (um 1000) `lebendig'; quec {, gen. queckes } (8.Jh.); quecca `Unkraut'
Middle High German: quicken wk. (/kücken, kucken, chuchen, kicken) 'lebendig machen, beleben, erwecken, erfrischen'; quëc, këc, koc `lebendig, lebhaft, frisch, munter'
German: queck, keck; Quecke `Hundegras' (пырей)
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