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Proto-Germanic: *sagēn-, *sagō(n), *sagjan-, *sagula- etc.
Meaning: say
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: segja wk. `sagen, mitteilen'; saga f. `Erzählung, Bericht'; sɔgn f. `Sage, Aussage'; sɔgul-l `redselig'
Norwegian: segja vb.; soga, saga; sogn
Old Swedish: sagha
Swedish: säga vb.; sagen
Danish: sige vb.; sagn
Old English: secgan `sagen', sagu `Bericht, Erzählung', *sagian (sagast, sagaɵ); sägen `Rede, Erzählung'; sagol `sagend'
English: say; saw 'Spruch'
Old Frisian: sedsa, sidsa
Old Saxon: seggian `sagen'
Middle Dutch: segghen; sāghen; saghe
Dutch: zeggen
Middle Low German: seggen; sāge
Old High German: sagēn (8.Jh.) `sagen', saga (9.Jh.) `Aussage, Rede, Erzählung, Gerücht', {*seggen (segis, segit, segita)}
Middle High German: sagen wk., md. sɛgen; sag(e) st. f. 'das Sprechen, die Sprache, Rede, Aussage, Erzählung, Gerücht, Bericht'
German: sagen; Sage f.
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