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Proto-Germanic: *rigna-z, -n; *rignōn-, *rignian-; *rakēn
Meaning: rain
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: rign n. (a) `rain', CrimGrot reghen `pluvia'; *rignjan wk. `to rain'
Old Norse: regn n. `Regen'; regna wk. `regnen'; rigna wk. `id.'; raki m. `Feuchtigkeit, Nässe'
Norwegian: regn; rigna, regna vb.; dial. rake m. `Feuchtigkeit, Nässe'
Swedish: regn; regna vb.
Old Danish: regn
Danish: regne vb.
Old English: reg(e)n, rēn m. `Regen'; regnian; rignan, rīnan
English: rain
Old Frisian: rein `Regen'; reinia vb.
Old Saxon: regan, regin `Regen'
Middle Dutch: rēghen, rein, reen m.; reghenen
Dutch: regen m.; regenen
Middle Low German: rēgen; rēgenen
Old High German: regan (8.Jh.), { rekan, regin, regen `Regen' }; reganōn (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: rëgen st. m. `Regen'; rëgenen wk. 'regnen'
German: Regen m.; regnen
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