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Proto-Germanic: *nasi-z, *násu-z, *násō, *nṓsōn, *nustri-
Meaning: nose
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: nɔs f. `Nase; vorspringende Klippe'; nes n. `Landspitze'
Norwegian: nos `Maul, Schnauze'; nes
Old Swedish: nos `Maul, Schnauze'
Swedish: nos `Nase, Maul, SDchnauze'; näs
Old Danish: nos; näs
Old English: nōse, -an f. `ness, piece of land projecting into water', nasu f., nosu (neosu), -a/-e f. `nose; nostril', pl. `nostrils, nose', näs- `nose'; { näss m. }
English: nose
Old Frisian: nosi, nose f. `Maul, Schnauze nose Nase'; pl. noster(e)n `Nüstern'
Middle Dutch: nāse f.; nose, noyse (= nōse); nese f., m.; nesse, nes m., f. `stuk land van een bepaalde vorm''
Dutch: neus; nes f. `buitendijks land, vlaak door aanslibbung gevormd, eig. landpunt'
Middle Low German: nāse f. `Nase'; nes (-ss-) m. `Vorgebirge, Landzunge'; nēse f. `Nase'; nēse `Vorgebirge' (in ON); noster(en), nöster(en), nüster(en) `Nüster'; nōse f. `Nase'
Old High German: nasa f. `Nase' (8.Jh)
Middle High German: nase wk./st. f. 'nase; nüster; schneppe'
German: Nase f.; [ Nüster f. < LG ]
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