See also: -unk, unk., and -ünk

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From Old English unc, accusative and dative form of wit, from Proto-Germanic *unk (accusative of *wet) and *unkiz (dative/instrumental of *wet).

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unk (nominative wit) (Early Middle English)

  1. First-person dual accusative pronoun: us twain, the two of us.
  2. (reflexive) our (two) selves.

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  1. accusative/dative of wit