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Proto-Germanic: *kwinōn, *kunōn; *kwēni-z, *kwēnō
Meaning: woman
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: kʷinō f. (n) `woman, female'; kʷēn-s f. (i) `wife'
Old Norse: kona f. `Frau'; kvǟn, kvān, kvɔ̄n f. `Frau'; kvendi n. `Weiber'; kvenna, kvinna f. `Weib, Frau'
Norwegian: kona, dial. kvɔn `Frau', kvende `Weiber'; kvinna `Weib, Frau'
Swedish: kona `Frau', kvinna `Weib, Frau'
Danish: kone `Frau', kvinde `Weib, Frau'
Old English: cwene (cwyne), -an f., cwēn, -e, pl. cwēne/-a f. `woman; wife; queen'
English: quean, queen
Old Saxon: quena `Frau'; quān st. f. `Ehefrau'
Middle Dutch: quene, kone `Frau'
Dutch: kween f.
Old High German: quena `Frau'
Middle High German: kon(e), kan, kun, quëne wk. f. 'weib, eheweib'
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