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A short walk to Falmouth's streets, the port is well guarded and closed to locals, save for Jamaicans who work at the dozens of shops and handful of restaurants.

It is common to West Germanic, but lacking in North Germanic and East Germanic (the equivalent word in Gothic is ahma, Old Norse has andi m., önd f.).Those homesick for American fast food will find a Dairy Queen and Quiznos.There's plenty of shopping, from upscale jewelry stores to a crafts market.The pre-Germanic form was , apparently from a root denoting "fury, anger" reflected in Old Norse geisa "to rage".The Germanic word is recorded as masculine only, but likely continues a neuter s-stem.