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Proto-Germanic: *laigōn-, *(s)likkōn-, *slīkVn=
Meaning: lick
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: *bi-laigōn wk. `leck'
Old Norse: sleikja wk. `lecken'
Norwegian: dial. sleikja vb.
Swedish: dial. sleka vb.
Danish: dial. slege vb.
Old English: liccian `lecken'
English: lick
Old Saxon: { lekkon }, likkon `lecken'
Middle Dutch: licken, lecken; { slīken, slicken }
Dutch: likken
Old Franconian: leccon
Middle Low German: licken, lecken; slecken, slicken
Old High German: lecken (8.Jh.), leckōn (um 800) { lecchōn `lecken' }
Middle High German: lëcken sw. tr. '(be)lecken', intr. 'duften'; slicken, slichen wk. 'schlingen, schlucken, zupfen', slëcken wk. 'naschen'
German: lecken
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