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Proto-Germanic: *kamba-z; *kambian- vb.
Meaning: comb
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: kamb-r m. `Kamm; Karde; gezackter Bergrücken', kemba wk. `kämmen'
Norwegian: kamb; kjemba
Swedish: kam; kämma
Danish: kam; kjämme
Old English: camb, -es m. `comb (for cleaning hair, wool, flax, etc.); crest of a cock, top of a helmet, etc.'; cemban (cämban) (-de; -ed) `to comb'
English: comb
Old Saxon: kamb; kembian
Middle Dutch: cam, dial. camp, camb
Dutch: kam m.
Middle Low German: kam
Old High German: kamb, kambo (10.Jh.) `Kamm, Helmbusch, Kranzgesims'; chemben
Middle High German: kamp (-b-), kam (-mm-) st. m., kambe, kamme wk. f., m. 'haar-, woll-, weberkamm usw.'
German: Kamm m.

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