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Proto-Germanic: *banja-n, *banjō, *banēn, etc.
Meaning: wound, sore
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *banja f. (jō) `blow, wound; sore'
Old Norse: ben f., n. `Wunde'; bani m. `Tod; Mörder, Büttel'; benja wk. `verwunden'
Norwegian: ben; bane
Old Swedish: bän
Swedish: bane
Old Danish: ben
Danish: bane
Old English: benn `Wunde'; bana `Totschläger, Mörder'; bennian `verwunden'
Old Saxon: beni-wunda `Wunde'; bano `Totschläger, Mörder'
Old High German: { bano `Totschläger, Mörder'; bano `Tod, Verderben' }
Middle High German: bane, ban wk./st. m. 'untergang, verderben, tod'
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