dyhtig

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From *dyht +‎ -iġ, the former being from Proto-Germanic *duhtiz (competency, notefulness), from Proto-Indo-European *dheughe- (to be noteful, be sufficient). More at dugan.

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dyhtiġ

  1. doughty, strong, valiant

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