ᛟᚹᛚᚦᚢᚦᛖᚹᚨᛉ

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Proto-Norse[edit]

Etymology[edit]

ᚹᛟᛚᚦᚢ (wolþu, glory, glorious one, Ullr) +‎ ᚦᛖᚹᚨᛉ (þewaz, slave, servant). First element from Proto-Germanic *wulþuz (glory). Second element from Proto-Germanic *þewaz (slave, servat).

Proper noun[edit]

ᛟᚹᛚᚦᚢᚦᛖᚹᚨᛉ (owlþuþewaz)

  1. A male given name, Wolthuthewaz, meaning “servant of Ullr”.
    • c. 200 AD, Thorsberg chape, found near Süderbrarup, Germany.
      ᛟᚹᛚᚦᚢᚦᛖᚹᚨᛉ / ᚾᛁᚹᚨᛃᛗᚨᚱᛁᛉ
      owlþuþewaz / niwajmariz
      Wolthuthewaz / is well-renowned

Noun[edit]

ᛟᚹᛚᚦᚢᚦᛖᚹᚨᛉ (owlþuþewaz)

  1. A title meaning “servant of Ullr.
    • c. 200 AD, Thorsberg chape, found near Süderbrarup, Germany.
      ᛟᚹᛚᚦᚢᚦᛖᚹᚨᛉ / ᚾᛁᚹᚨᛃᛗᚨᚱᛁᛉ
      owlþuþewaz / niwajmariz
      the servant of Ullr / the renowned

Usage notes[edit]

It is unclear whether this is a title or a given name.