oþþe

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Etymology[edit]

Probably an alteration of earlier ofþe (or), from Proto-Germanic *efþan (or). Cognate Old Frisian jeftha, joftha (or), Old Saxon eftha, Old High German odo; compare different ablaut-grades in Old English eþþa, Old Norse eða. Ultimately thought to be a Germanic suffixed dual form of the base of if.

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oþþe

  1. or