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Proto-Germanic: *agiz-; *agēn; *ōg=
Meaning: fear, frighten
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: agis, gen. agisis n. (a) `fear, terror'; *agan: un-agands `sich nicht fürchtend'; af-agjan wk. `move, frighten', us-agjan `frighten', *in-agjan `censure'; *ōgan prs.-prt. `fear'; ōgjan wk. `frighten'
Old Norse: agi m. `Schrecken, Unfriede; Furcht; Züchtigung; Seegang'; ōa-st wk. `sich fürchten'; ōgn f. `Schrecken; Drohung, Streit', ōtti n.`Furcht'
Norwegian: age; oa-st; ogn
Old Swedish: aghi; ogn
Swedish: aga; dial. oa
Old Danish: oe sig om for `auf etwas Acht geben'
Danish: ave
Old English: ege (äge, eige), -es m. `fear, terror, dread, awe'; egesa (egsa, ägsa), -an m. `fear, terror, dread', ōga, -an m. `the feeling which is excited in a person (terror, dread, horror, great fear); the exciting cause of suca a feeling'
English: awe
Old High German: egis-līh `schrecklich', egi sōn `erschrecken'; agiso, egiso m., egisa f. `Schrecken, Schreckgestalt'; egī
Middle High German: ɛge st. f., m. `Furcht, Schrecken'; ɛgeslīch 'schrecklich, furchtbar', ɛgesvar 'schrecklich gefärbt'
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