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Proto-Germanic: *ásani-z, *aznṓ, *ásnō, *ásnia-z
Meaning: harvest
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: asan-s f. (i) `summer (time of harvest), harvest', asnī-s m. (ja) `hireling'
Old Norse: ɔnn f. `Ernte'
Norwegian: onn
Swedish: and
Danish: dial. ɔnn
Old English: esne, -es m. `man of the servile class, servant, retainer, man, youth'; { rug-ern `August' }
Old Frisian: esna `Lohn'
Old Saxon: asna `Lohn, Angabe, Zins'
Old High German: aran m. (9.Jh.), arn f. (um 1000) `Ernte(zeit)'; asni, esni `Taglöhner'; arnōt (um 1000) `Erntezeit'; arnōn (9.Jh.) `ernten'
Middle High German: ɛrn, arn st. m., ɛrne st./wk. f., ɛrnde st. f. 'ernte; juni, juli und august'
German: Ernte f.

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