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Proto-Germanic: *xurna-n, -z
Meaning: horn
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: hɔrn n. (a) `horn; fruit of the cerob tree'
Old Norse: horn n. `Horn; Winkel, Ecke'; Run horna
Norwegian: horn
Swedish: horn
Danish: horn
Old English: horn, -es m. `horn, drinking-horn, cupping-horn, trumpet, horn-shaped projection on the gable-end of a house'
English: horn
Old Frisian: horn m.
Old Saxon: horn n.
Middle Dutch: hoorn, hōren, horn
Dutch: hoorn, horen m.
Middle Low German: hōr(e)n
Old High German: horn n. (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: horn st. n. 'horn'
German: Horn m.

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