lytel

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From West Germanic *lutila, Proto-Germanic *lūtilaz. Cognate with Old Saxon luttil, Dutch luttel, Old High German luzzil (dialectal German lützel).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

lȳtel (comparative lǣssa, superlative lǣsest)

  1. small, little

Declension[edit]

Weak Strong
singular plural singular plural
m n f m n f m n f
nominative lȳt(e)la lȳt(e)le lȳt(e)le lȳt(e)lan nom. lȳtel lȳtel lȳt(e)lu lȳt(e)le lȳt(e)lu, -e lȳt(e)la, -e
accusative lȳt(e)lan lȳt(e)le lȳt(e)lan acc. lȳtelne lȳtel lȳt(e)le lȳt(e)le lȳt(e)lu, -e lȳt(e)la, -e
genitive lȳt(e)lan lȳtelra, lȳt(e)lena gen. lȳt(e)les lȳt(e)les lȳtelre lȳtelra
dative lȳt(e)lan lȳt(e)lum dat. lȳt(e)lum lȳt(e)lum lȳtelre lȳt(e)lum
instrumental lȳt(e)le


Descendants[edit]