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Origin: From wīban, of uncertain origin. Cognate with Old Frisian wif, Old Saxon wif (Dutch wijf), Old High German vip (German Weib), Old Norse víf. Tocharian B kwīpe, Tocharian A kip may be cognates, suggesting a gʰwih₂bʰ-.
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