-raþ

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Old English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Proto-Germanic *-raþ (tally, tale, reckoning). Akin to Gothic rāþjō (rāþjō, number, reckoning), Gothic garāþjan (garāþjan, to count), Old English rǣden (accounting, reckoning; condition)

Suffix[edit]

-raþ

  1. count of
    hundraþ, hundred ― "hundred, a counting or tally of 100"

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