*waswō-, *waswōn
germ.?, schwach. Femininum (n):
nhd. Vaterschwester, Base ( Femininum) (1);
ne. father's sister;
Rekontruktionsbasis: ahd.;
ahd. wasa 7, schwach. Femininum (n), Vaterschwester, Base (Femininum) (1), Tante väterlicherseits

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