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Proto-Germanic: *augan; *a(g)wnōn- vb., *augian- vb.
Meaning: eye
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: augō m. (n) `eye', CrimGot pl. oeghene `oculi'; *augjan, at-augjan wk. `show'
Old Norse: auga n. `Auge'; eygja `mit einer Schlinge versehen; die Augen richten'
Norwegian: auga; öygja
Old Swedish: ōghia vb.
Swedish: öga
Old Danish: öghä, öge; öie vb.
Danish: öie
Old English: ēage (angl. ēge), -an n. `eye; eye of a needle', īwan (-de) `show, bring before the eyes, display, reveal'
English: eye
Old Frisian: OWFris { auwa }, āwa `zeigen'
Old Saxon: ōga; ōgian, tōgian
Middle Dutch: ōghe n.; ōghen, flam. tōghen `tonen, bewijzen'; tōnen `zeigen'; tōghenen
Dutch: oog n.; betogen; tonen
Old Franconian: ōga, ouga; ōgon; ōginon
Middle Low German: ōge
Old High German: ougen (8.Jh.); awi-zoraht `augenscheinlich'; ouga n. `Auge' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: oug(e) wk. n. 'auge'; md. zounen, zōnen wk. 'shen lassen, zeigen, offenbaren'; ougen, öugen wk. `vor augen bringen, zeigen'
German: Auge n.
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