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-sk

reflexive suffix in words of Danish origin (e.g. bask, literally "to bathe oneself"), contracted from Old Norse sik, reflexive pronoun corresponding to Gothic sik, Old High German sih, German sich "himself, herself, itself," from PIE root *s(w)e- (cf. Latin se "himself;" see idiom).

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