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Proto-Germanic: *núxan- (náx-), *nōgá-, *nōgá-z, *nōgián- vb.
Meaning: be permitted; enough
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Gothic: bi-nɔhan prt.-prs. `be permitted, be alowed'; ganah prt.-prs.`suffices'; *ga-nɔha m. (n) `sufficiency, contentment'; *ga-nōh-s (a) `enough', *ga-nōhjan wk. `be content'
Old Norse: nōg-r `hinreichend, genug'; nȫgja `genügen'
Norwegian: nog m. `hinreichend Vorrat'; nögja vb.
Swedish: nog
Old English: genōg (genōh) sdj. `enough, sufficient, abundant', adv. `sufficiently, enough'; { ge-neah }
English: enough
Old Frisian: enōg, nōg; nōgia vb.
Old Saxon: ginōg(i)
Middle Dutch: ghenoegh, ghenough; ghenoeghen
Dutch: genoeg
Middle Low German: genōch, (en)nōch; genōgen
Old High German: ginah `es reicht' (um 800); ginuog `genug' (8.Jh.), ginuogi (9.Jh.); ginuogen
Middle High German: genuoc (-g-) adj. 'genug, hinreichend; manch, viel', genuoge adj. 'genügend, ausreichend'
German: genug; genügen
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