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See also: aue and auê


Alternative forms[edit]


Etymology 1[edit]

From Middle High German ouwe ‎(terrain, landscape by water, in water, island), from Old High German ouwa, from Proto-Germanic *awjō. Compare with old Frisian ei, Swedish ö, Danish ø, old Norse ey; also related to the modern German suffix -ach.


Aue f ‎(plural Auen)

  1. A flat, wooded meadow by a river

Etymology 2[edit]

From Old High German ouwi, from Proto-Germanic *awiz, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂ówis. Cognate with Dutch ooi, English ewe, Latin ovis, Ancient Greek ὄϊς ‎(óïs), Sanskrit अवि ‎(ávi).


Aue f ‎(plural Auen)

  1. ewe (female sheep)