Category:Proto-Finnic terms derived from Germanic languages

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  1. Appendix:Proto-Finnic/hootra
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  5. Appendix:Proto-Finnic/rakja
  6. Appendix:Proto-Finnic/satama
  7. Appendix:Proto-Finnic/hootra

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Terms in Proto-Finnic that originate from Germanic languages.

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Pages in category "Proto-Finnic terms derived from Germanic languages"

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