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Proto-Germanic: *itan-, *ēta-z, -n, *ētēn, *ētiēn, *ētō; *ēssa-n; *atjan- vb.
Meaning: eat
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: itan st. `eat'; uz-ēta m. (n) `crib', af-ētja m. (n) `glutton'
Old Norse: eta st. `essen'; āt n. `Speise, Fressen'; etja wk. `ätzen, essen lassen'
Norwegian: eta; ɔt; dial. ättja `Vieh weiden'
Swedish: äta; dial. ǝt
Danish: äde
Old English: etan (ät, ǟton; eten) `eat, consume, devour'; ǟt, -es m., ǟt, -e f. `food; eating'
English: eat
Old Frisian: eta, ita
Old Saxon: etan essen'; āt n. `Speise'; angul-ās
Middle Dutch: ēten; aes; aet
Dutch: eten; aas n.
Middle Low German: ās; eten; āt
Old High German: eʒʒan `essen' (8.Jh.); āʒ n. `Speise' (9.Jh.); ās (11.Jh.)
Middle High German: ëʒʒen st. 'essen'; atz, atze st. m. 'speise, beköstigung; futter, gras'; āʒ st. n. 'speise für menschen und tiere'
German: essen; Aas n.; ätzen
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