acweorna

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *aikwernô, whence also Old Saxon ēkhorn, Dutch eekhoorn, Old High German eihhorno (German Eichhorn), Old Norse íkorni (Danish egern, Norwegian ekorn). The first syllable may be identical to āc (oak). The second probably derives ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *wer-.

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ācweorna m

  1. squirrel

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