samod-

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Old English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From samod "together" from Proto-Germanic *samaþa (together). Akin to Old High German samit "together"

Prefix[edit]

samod-

  1. together, with; co-
    samodfæst "bound together, joined together"
    samodcumende "flocking together, congregating"
    samodherian "to praise together"
    samodsīþian "to accompany"
    samodwyrcende "co-operating"
  2. at the same time, simultaneously
    samodsprǣċ "colloquy, conversation, conference"
    samodtang "continuous, successive"
    samodswēġend "consonant, consonant sound"
  3. entirely, completely
  4. common, in common, shared
    samodeard "common homeland"
  5. against with
    samodġeflit "conflict, strife"