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Proto-Germanic: *gumēn
Meaning: man, person
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: guma m. (n) `man'
Old Norse: gumi m. `Mann, Mensch'
Norwegian: gume
Old Swedish: gumi, gumme
Old English: guma, -an m. `man'
English: bridegroom
Old Frisian: breid-goma m.
Old Saxon: gumo m.
Middle Dutch: brūde-gome `bruidegom, pasgehuwde man'
Dutch: bruidegom m.
Old Franconian: brūde-gomo m.
Old High German: gomo m.
Middle High German: gome, goume, md. gume wk. m. 'mann', gom-man m. 'mann'
German: Bräutigam m.
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