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==Skundavisk==
 
==Skundavisk==
 
===Etymology===
 
===Etymology===
From Middle Skundavisk ''erthe'', ''erþue'', from Old Skundavisk ''erþō'', from Halmisk ''erþō'', from Proto-Germanic ''*erþō''.
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From Middle Skundavisk ''erthe'', ''erþue'', from Old Skundavisk ''erþō'', from Halmisk ''ᛖᚱᚦᛟ'' (''erþō''), from Proto-Germanic ''*erþō''.
  
 
===Pronunciation===
 
===Pronunciation===

Revision as of 14:58, 12 November 2019

Skundavisk

Etymology

From Middle Skundavisk erthe, erþue, from Old Skundavisk erþō, from Halmisk ᛖᚱᚦᛟ (erþō), from Proto-Germanic *erþō.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ɛɐθə/

Noun

erthe f. (class 2, genitive erthe, plural erther)

  1. earth, soil
    Si took een handful af erthe.
    She took a handful of soil.


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