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Proto-Germanic: *bēgian-, *bēgan-, *bēgēn- vb., *bēga-, *bēga-z, *bagōn- vb.
Meaning: press, compel
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: baga wk. `drücken, hindern'; bǟgja wk. `stossen, fortschaffen, bedrängen'; bāga vb. `id.'; bāg-r `Widerstand, Kampf'; bāg-r `schwierig, verdriesslich'; bāgr `schwierig, verdriesslich, hinderlich'; begla f. BN `eine widerspenstige Person'
Norwegian: bagga `plagen, hindern'; bɔg `unwillig, lästig'; bägja vb.; begla `hindern', begla f. `eine widerspenstige Person'
Swedish: dial. bɔg `mürrisch'
Old Danish: bag `ungünstig, hindernd'
Danish: bag `hinderlich'
Old Saxon: bāg m. `Prahlerei'
Old High German: { bāgan, bāgēn `zanken, streiten'; bāga `Zank, Streit' }
Middle High German: bāc, gen. -ges st. m. 'lautes Schreien; Zank, Streit; Prahlerei'; bāgen red. v./wk. 'laut schreien, streiten; sich rühmen'
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