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Alternative forms


From Middle and Old Anrish ympt, from Proto-Germanic *umbi and *tō


(Anrish) IPA: /ˈiɤ̯md/


ymt (runic:‧ᛦᛘᛏ‧)

  • (+ common)
  1. with an organization or company; for, at, in
    Éfi ymt eiðe
    I work for the eið
  • (+ dative)
  1. near, close to, beside, next to, alongside
    Díos æ dunteð ymt mír!
    Come sit next to me!
  2. about, concerning
    Aunt ǫr peoleð ymt ǽrre!
    Tell me about yourself!
  3. (+ ual) around, surrounding; (of time) approximately
    Tentiesú briðenur imt ule órr
    The wolves gathered around us.
  • (+ genitive)
  1. in someone’s place, on someone's behalf; for
    Is mea na Lorax. Jeo ymt birteno, fante is or tengá birtemí.
    "I am the Lorax. I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues." ― Dr. Seuss, The Lorax [1]
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