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Proto-Germanic: *ɵínxla-n; *ɵinxta-; *ɵánxō(n)
Meaning: thick, fat
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *ɵahō f. (n) `clay'
Old Norse: ɵētt-r `dicht; dick, fett'; NIsl ɵēl n. `Buttermilch', ТШыд ɵētti `saure Milch'; NIsl ɵā `Lehmboden'
Norwegian: tett adj.; tette `Mittel, die Milch gerinnen zu machen'
Swedish: tät adj.
Danish: tät adj.
Old English: ɵīht; ɵōhe, ɵō `Ton, Lehm'
Middle English: thight
English: tight
Middle Dutch: dichte, dicht
Dutch: dicht
Middle Low German: dicht(e) `undurchlässig, stark, tüchtig, häufig, wahrhaftig'; dā `Ton, Lehm'
Old High German: thāha `Ton, Lehm, Töpfererde, irdenes Gefäss' (um 800)'
Middle High German: dīhte `dicht'; dā̆he, tā̆he wk. f. `Lehm', frühnhd. tahen, than (Luther)
German: dicht, dial. deicht (< -ẹ̄-); Ton m.
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