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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