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Proto-Germanic: *kiww(i)án-, *kūwan-; *kiwwṓ(n)
Meaning: chew, jaw
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: tüggja, tüggva st. `kauen, essen'; tugga f. `Bissen'
Norwegian: tüggja vb.; tugga `Bissen'
Swedish: tugga wk.; tugga `das Gekaute'
Danish: tügge vb.
Old English: cēowan
English: chew
Middle Dutch: { couwen, cuwen }; cauwen wk.
Dutch: { kaiwen wk. }
Middle Low German: kuwen; kouwen wk.
Old High German: kiuwan (8.Jh.); OHG kewa f. челюст
Middle High German: kiuwen, kiun (prt. kou, ptc. gekouwen) st. 'kauen' (nbff. kiwen, kewen, kouwen), md. kūwen, kūgen, kiugen st.; kiuwe, kiwe, këwe, kouwe wk./st. f. 'kiefer, kinnbacken'
German: kauen; käuen (bis ins 18.Jh)
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