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Proto-Germanic: *snēka-z, *snakēn, *snakō; *snakan- vb.
Meaning: serpent
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: snāk-r m. `Schlange, Natter'
Norwegian: snɔk
Swedish: snok `Schlange'
Danish: snog `Natter'
Old English: snaca, -an m.; snacu, -e f. `reptile, snake'
English: snail, snake
Middle Dutch: Kil. snāke (Fland.)
Dutch: zuidnl. snaak f.
Middle Low German: snāke f. `Schlange, Ringelnatter'
Old High German: snahhan 'schleichen, gleiten' (9.Jh.), thuruhsnahhan (8.Jh.)

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