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Proto-Germanic: *sibun
Meaning: num.: seven
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: sibun
Old Norse: sjau (nach *axtau)
Swedish: sju
Old English: seofon
English: seven
Old Saxon: siwun
Middle Dutch: sēven
Dutch: zeven
Middle Low German: sēven, sȫven
Old High German: sibun (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: siben (MD siven)
German: sieben
Proto-Germanic: *stangō, *stangila-z, *stingVla-z, *stungian-, *stingan- vb.
Meaning: stick, pivot
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: { usstaŋg 'stich aus' }
Old Norse: { stɔng; stinga vb. }
Swedish: stɔng
Old English: steng; stingan
English: sting
Old Saxon: stanga; stengil
Middle Dutch: stanghe
Dutch: { stang; stengel }
Middle Low German: stange; stengel
Old High German: stanga (um 800) 'Stock, Pfahl, Stange', stengil 'Stengel' (um 900); stingen (Hs. 13.Jh.) 'zur Ader lassen'; stung 'Stich, Stichel' (?) (um 800), stungen 'stechen, quälen, anstacheln' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: stange wk./st. f. 'stange; horn, geweih; feder aus einem pfauenschwanze'; stɛngel, stingel st. m. 'stengel; angelrute; stange'
German: Stange f., Stengel m.
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