ingang

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English ingang (entrance, admission), from Old English ingang (ingress, entry, entrance), from Proto-Germanic *in (in) + *gangaz (a going), equivalent to in- +‎ gang. Cognate with Dutch ingang (entryway), Old High German ingang (German Eingang, entrance). More at in, gang.

NounEdit

ingang (plural ingangs)

  1. An entrance or entryway
  2. The entranceway or porch of a church

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ReferencesEdit

  • 1911, William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith, The Century dictionary and cyclopedia, "ingang".

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NounEdit

ingang m (plural ingangen, diminutive ingangetje n)

  1. entrance
  2. (electronics) input

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Middle EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old English ingang (ingress, entry, entrance), from Proto-Germanic *in + *gangaz (going). Cognate with Old High German ingang (entrance) (German Eingang). More at English in, gang.

NounEdit

ingang (plural ingangs)

  1. An entry, entrance
  2. Permission granted for entry, admission

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Last modified on 28 March 2014, at 16:32