ankur

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Estonian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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A Proto-Germanic, or a more recent Scandinavian loan. Cognate to English anchor, Swedish ankare, Low German anker and Finnish ankkuri.

Noun[edit]

ankur (genitive ankru, partitive ankrut)

  1. anchor

Declension[edit]