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Proto-Germanic: *áxira-, *áxurna-z, *ḗxurna-z
Meaning: maple
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Danish: ǟr `Ahorn'
Old Saxon: ahorn
Middle Low German: āhōrn, ānhorn, ālhorn
Old High German: ā̆horn (um 800)
Middle High German: { ahorn }
German: Ahorn m.
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Proto-IE: *aker-
Meaning: maple
Old Indian: {akrá-ḥ RV. `Ahorn ' (Brunnhofer BB. 26, 108f.)}
Old Greek: ákasto-s m. = sphéndamnos ('maple') Hsch. {ákarna f. `laurel' Hsch. nowhere found!, there is akarnán 'a fish' (Ath.), prob. = lábraks, cf. akárnaks = lábraks Hsch.}
Germanic: *áxir-a- m., *áxur-n-a- m., *ḗxur-n-a- m.
Latin: acer, gen. -eris n. (/ f.) `Ahorn'
Russ. meaning: дерево (клен)
References: WP I 28 f
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