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Proto-Germanic: *wakwa-, *wakwian- vb., *wakwō(n)
Meaning: wet, open water
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: vɔk-r `feucht'; vɔkvi m., vɔkva f. `Nässe', vɔk f. `Eisloch, Wake'; vekja, vekva, vökva (ONorw väkkia) wk. `Blut fliessen lassen'
Norwegian: dial. vekkja `Loch ins Eis hauen'
Swedish: vak `Eisloch'
Danish: väkkja `Loch ins Eis hauen'; vɔge `Eisloch'
Middle Dutch: wac
Dutch: wak
Middle Low German: wake f. `Loch im Eise, offenes Wasser im Eise'

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