Ingvaeonic

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Etymology[edit]

Ingaevone +‎ -ic. The first element is of North Germanic origin and could mean "son of Yngvi."

Proper noun[edit]

Ingvaeonic

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  1. North Sea Germanic, a postulated grouping of the West Germanic languages that comprises Old Frisian, Old English and Old Saxon.

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  • Tacitus, Angricola and Germania, translated by Harold Mattingly, revised by J.B. Rives, Penguin Books 2009, Germania, 2 and note 6.