duguþ

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Germanic (corresponding to dugan + ). Cognate with Old Frisian duged (Dutch deugd), Old High German tugund (German Tugend), Old Norse dygð (Swedish dygd).

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Noun[edit]

duguþ f

  1. band of warriors, host, army
  2. prosperity, benefit

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