๐Œฒ๐Œฟ๐Œป๐Œธ

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *gulรพฤ… (โ€œgoldโ€). Cognate with Old English gold, Old Frisian gold, Old Saxon gold, Old Dutch golt, Old High German gold, Old Norse gull. See also Finnish kulta.

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Noun[edit]

๐Œฒ๐Œฟ๐Œป๐Œธ (gulรพm

  1. gold
    • 6th century, Ulfilas, Codex Ambrosianus, Timothy I 2:9:
      [โ€ฆ] ๐Œฝ๐Œน ๐Œนฬˆ๐Œฝ ๐†๐Œป๐Œฐ๐Œท๐„๐‰๐Œผ ๐Œฐ๐Œน๐Œธ๐Œธ๐Œฐ๐Œฟ ๐Œฒ๐Œฟ๐Œป๐Œธ๐Œฐ ๐Œฐ๐Œน๐Œธ๐Œธ๐Œฐ๐Œฟ ๐Œผ๐Œฐ๐‚๐Œน๐Œบ๐‚๐Œด๐Œน๐„๐Œฟ๐Œผ ๐Œฐ๐Œน๐Œธ๐Œธ๐Œฐ๐Œฟ ๐…๐Œฐ๐ƒ๐„๐Œพ๐‰๐Œผ ๐Œฒ๐Œฐ๐Œป๐Œฐ๐Œฟ๐Œฑ๐Œฐ๐Œน๐Œผ,
      [โ€ฆ] ni in flahtลm aiรพรพau gulรพa aiรพรพau marikreitum aiรพรพau wastjลm galaubaim,
      [โ€ฆ] not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array;

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References[edit]

  • Winfred P. Lehmann (1986), A Gothic Etymological Dictionary, Leiden: E. J. Brill.