-wist

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From combining form of wist "being". Akin to Old English wesan "to be"

Suffix[edit]

-wist f

  1. being, state, condition; action (compare English -ance, -ence)
    andwist "support"
    midwist "presence"
    mundwist "protection, guardianship"

Declension[edit]