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Proto-Germanic: *xnikk-a- m., -an- m., *xnakk-an- m., *xnakka- m.; *ga-nikk-ia- n.
Meaning: neck
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: { hnakki, hnakk-r }
Swedish: nacke
Old English: hnecca
English: neck
Old Saxon: hnacko (in ON)
Middle Dutch: nac, nacke; necke
Dutch: nek
Middle Low German: nacke; necke
Old High German: (h)nac (8.Jh.), (h)nacko (Hs.13.Jh.)
Middle High German: nac (-ck-) st. m., nacke wk. m. 'hinterhaupt, nacken'; genic, genicke st. n. 'henicke'
German: Nacken m.; Genick n.

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