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Proto-Germanic: *baka-n, -z, *bakkō(n)
Meaning: back
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: bak n. `Rücken'
Norwegian: bak
Old Swedish: baker m.
Swedish: bak
Danish: bag
Old English: bäc `Rücken'
English: back
Old Frisian: bek; szin-baca, kun-bac(ke) m.
Old Saxon: bak `Rücken'; kinnibako m. `Kinnbacke'
Middle Dutch: { bake `Specksdeite, Schinken' }; backe `kinnebak, wang'; { bak }
Dutch: bake `Specksdeite, Schinken'; kinnebak f.
Old Franconian: kinne-bako m.
Middle Low German: backe f.; bak; bāke
Old High German: backo, kinnibacko m. 'Kinnbacken, Kinnlade' (Hs. 12. Jh.); bah n.? 'Rücken' (9.Jh.); bahho `Rücken, Schinken, Specksdeite' (9.Jh.)
Middle High German: backe wk. m. 'Backe, Kinnlade', kinnebacke, kinbacke wk. m. 'kinn(backe)'; { backe, bahho `Specksdeite, Schinken'; arschbacke `Arschbacke; cunnus' }; bache wk. m. 'schinken, geräucherte speckseite'
German: Backe f., Backen m., Kinnbacke; obd. Bache(n) m. 'Schinken, Speckseite'
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