germ.?, Substantiv:
nhd. Ahorn;
ne. maple;
Hinweis: s. *ahira-, *ahar-;
s. ing. *ak̑er-, *ok̑er-, Adjektiv, spitz, Pokorny 20;
vergleiche idg. *ak̑- (2), *ok̑-, *h₂ek̑-, *h₂ak̑-, *h₂ok̑-, Adjektiv, Substantiv, scharf, spitz, kantig, Stein, Pokorny 18

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