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Proto-Germanic: *akra-z, *akrōn
Meaning: field
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: akr-s m. (a) `field'
Old Norse: akr m. `Acker; Korn, Ackerfrucht', ekra f. `Ackerland'
Norwegian: äkra `Brachhland, Weide'
Old Swedish: ɔ̄ker, āker, akker
Swedish: ɔker, dial. ekrta, äkra `Brachhland, Weide'
Danish: ager
Old English: äcer (äcyr), -es m. `a field, land, sown land'
English: acre `Feldmass'
Old Frisian: ekker
Old Saxon: akkar
Middle Dutch: acker
Dutch: akker m.
Middle Low German: acker
Old High German: ackar (8.Jh.), ahhar
Middle High German: acker st. m., n. 'ackerfeld; ein längen- und flächenmass'
German: Acker m.

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