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\data\ie\germet
Proto-Germanic: *ga-
Meaning: praef.
Gothic: ga- (e.g. garazna 'Nachbar')
Old Norse: g- (e.g. granni 'Nachbar')
Old English: gi-, ge-, i-
English: i- (e.g. in handicraft) , y- (e.g. everywhere), e- (e,g, enough)
Old Frisian: je-
Old Saxon: gi-
Middle Dutch: ghe-
Dutch: ge-
Old High German: ga- (8.Jh.), gi- (9.Jh.), ge- (11.Jh.)
Middle High German: ge-
German: ge-
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