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Germanic loans came into Finnic until the breakup of Proto-Finnic in the first centuries of the first millennium AD (after about 200 AD we can speak about Scandinavian loans) (Hofstra 1985:387; LAGLOS I: XXIII).
These have been acquired from Proto-Scandinavian, common ancestor of Scandinavian languages, starting from the 2nd or 3rd century AD until breaking up into separate Scandinavian languages in the 9th century AD (Hofstra 1985: 387, LAGLOS I: VIII).
Despite the skeptical view of SSA and LAGLOS (Kylstra, Hahmo, Hofstra, Nikkila, 1991-2012, s.