Germanic or Romance etymology #1: To see

For each synonym of to see, guess if its etymology is Germanic, Romance or neither.
Source: https://www.etymonline.com/
Explanations do not include PIE roots
Hint: Neither is barely used: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Origins_of_English_PieChart_2D.svg
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1. To see
Germanic
Romance
Neither
Proto-Germanic: sehwanan>Old English: seon
2. To view
Germanic
Romance
Neither
Latin: videre>Old French: veue>Anglo-French: vewe
3. To look
Germanic
Romance
Neither
Old High German: luogen>West Germanic: lokjan>Old English: locian
4. To watch
Germanic
Romance
Neither
Proto-Germanic: wakjan>Old English wæccan
5. To regard
Germanic
Romance
Neither
Old French: regard
6. To observe
Germanic
Romance
Neither
Latin: observare>Old French: observer, osserver
7. To glimpse
Germanic
Romance
Neither
Old English: glimsian
8. To notice
Germanic
Romance
Neither
Old French: notefiier> 15c. English: to notify
9. To witness
Germanic
Romance
Neither
Old English: witnes
10. To gaze
Germanic
Romance
Neither
14-15c. Scandinavian(?): gasen, gazen
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