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lend Wiktionary.
From earlier len with excrescent d, as in soun d, roun d, etc, from Middle English lenen, lænen, from Old English lnan to lend; give, grant, lease, from Proto-West Germanic laihnijan, from Proto-Germanic laihnijan to loan, from Proto-Germanic laihn loan, from Proto-Indo-European leyk to leave, leave over. Cognate with Scots len, lend to lend, West Frisian liene to lend, borrow, loan, Dutch lenen to lend, borrow, loan, Swedish låna to lend, loan, Icelandic lána to lend, loan, Icelandic léna to grant, Latin linqu quit, leave, forlet, Ancient Greek leíp, leave, release.
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