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Proto-Germanic: *sagṓ(n), *sagi-z, *sigVsnō(n), *sigla-, *saxa-n, *saksa-n, *sōk=, *sigiɵō
Meaning: saw, scythe
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: sɔg f. `Säge'; segi, sigi m. `Fleischstreifen'; sigδ-r m., sigδ f. `Sense'; sax n. `Schwert; Reling am Vordersteven', dat. sg. sAkse; sigg n. `Speckschwarte'; saga wk. `sägen'
Norwegian: sag; sege `Muskel. Faserbündel'; sigd 'Sense, Schwert'; saks; sigg `Schwarte'; saga vb.
Old Swedish: saghi `abgeschnittenes Stück'
Swedish: sɔg; dial. sigd; sɔga vb.
Danish: sav; save `Pflanzen- oder Fleischfaser'; saks; save vb.
Old English: sagu, saga `Säge', sigɵe, sīɵe m. `Sichel', secg f. `Schwert'; seax n. `Messer, kurzes Schwert'
English: saw, scythe
Old Saxon: sega; segisna
Middle Dutch: sāghe f., sēghe; seisene, seinse, seine; sichte f.
Dutch: zaag f., maastr. zēg; zeis, dial. zeisen, zeisem, zein; zicht f. `kleine zeis'
Middle Low German: sāge; segede, {sichte f.} `Sichel'; seyse
Old High German: sega (9.Jh.) f., saga (9.Jh.) f. `Säge', {segesna}, segisna (9.Jh.), segansa (9.Jh.) `Sense', sahs `Messer', suoha `gge, Furche'; seh (-hh-) `Pflugschar'
Middle High German: sëge, sage st./wk. f. 'säge una sägeähnliches'; sëgens(e) st./wk. f. 'sense', md. seinse, sēnse, sense
German: Säge f., Sense f., { Sech }
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