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Proto-Germanic: *lika-, *likan-, *lakjan- etc.
Meaning: leak
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: lek-r `leck'; leki m. `Öffnung wodurch Wasser sickert'; leka st. `lecken, rinnen'; leka wk. `Leck machen'
Norwegian: dial. lek; leke; leka vb.
Swedish: dial. läka `Leck, Riss'
Old English: hlec (sic!) `leck'; lecc(e)an `benetzen'
Middle English: leken
English: leak
Old Frisian: bi-leka `austrocknen'
East Frisian: Fris lek sbs.
Middle Dutch: lac 'leck'; leck adj.; lecken; lēken st. `lekken, doorsijpelen, druppelen'
Dutch: lek adj.; lek n.; lekken; { leken }
Middle Low German: leck adj., lak ds.; leken `das Wasser durchlassen', lecken `seihen'
Low German: leck `leck'; leck sbs.
Old High German: lech; ptc. ze(r)-lechen `verlechtzt, leck'
Middle High German: lëchen st./wk. 'austrocknen, vor trockenheit risse bekommen und flüssigkeit durchlassen; verschmachten', lëcken wk. 'benetzen; mit dem badwedel streichen'
German: leck < LG
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