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Proto-Germanic: *spikka-n, *spikja-n
Meaning: lard
IE etymology: IE etymology
Old Norse: spik n. `Speck'
Norwegian: spekk
Swedish: spik
Old English: spic, -es n. `bacon, lard, fat flesh of swine', { spec }
Old Saxon: spekk
Middle Dutch: spec n.
Dutch: spek n.
Middle Low German: spek
Old High German: spec (10.Jh.); ubar-spicki `Schmer, Fett' (8.Jh.)
Middle High German: spëc (-ck-) st. m., n. 'speck'
German: Speck m.

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