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Proto-Germanic: *naxt-s, *naxti-z
Meaning: night
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: naht-s f. (cons) `night'; anda-nahti n. (ja) `evening'; *nahta-mats `dinner, evening meal'
Old Norse: nōtt, nātt f. `Nacht'
Norwegian: natt, nott
Swedish: natt
Danish: nat
Old English: niht (näht, näct, neaht, neht, nyht), -e/-es f. `night'
English: night
Old Frisian: nacht
Old Saxon: naht
Middle Dutch: nacht f., m.
Dutch: nacht m.
Old Franconian: naht
Middle Low German: nacht
Old High German: naht (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: naht st. f. 'nacht, abend'
German: Nacht f.
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