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Proto-Germanic: *tánɵu-z, *tánɵ-, *túnɵu-z
Meaning: tooth
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *tunɵu-s m. (u) `tooth'
Old Norse: tɔnn , pl. teδr, tennr f. (kons. St./u-St.)
Norwegian: tonn
Swedish: tand
Danish: tand
Old English: tōɵ, gen. -esm dat., pl. tēɵ/tōɵas m. `tooth, tusk'; tusc (tux), -es, pl. also tuxan m., tū̆scel (tū̆xl), -es m. `canine tooth, molar tooth, tusk'
Middle English: tush
English: tooth, tusk, tush
Old Frisian: tōth, tond
Old Saxon: tand
Middle Dutch: tant
Dutch: tand m.
Old Franconian: tant
Middle Low German: tan(t)
Old High German: zand, zan (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: zant (-d-), zan (pl. zɛnde/zɛnd/zande, zɛne/zane) st. m. 'zahn'
German: Zahn m.
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