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Proto-Germanic: *tīna-, *tina-
Meaning: day
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: sin-tīn-s (a) `daily'
Old English: lencten
Old Saxon: lentīn-mānōth `Lenzmonat'
Middle Dutch: len-ten, len-tijn adj.
Middle Low German: lenten adj.
Old High German: lenzo (um 1000), langez (11.Jh.); lenzin (8.Jh.), lengizi(n) (11.Jh.) adj.
Middle High German: lɛnze wk. m., f. 'lenz, frühling', langeʒ(e) st./wk. m. 'ds.'
German: Lenz m., bair. Länges, tirol. Langis

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