πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»πƒ

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Gothic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *stiklaz, a derivation of *stikiz (whence also Gothic πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπƒ (stiks, β€œpoint”)). Cognates include Old Norse stikill (β€œpointed end of the horn”) and Old High German stehhal (β€œgoblet”).

Noun[edit]

πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»πƒ β€’ (stiklsm

  1. beaker, chalice, goblet

Declension[edit]

Masculine a-stem
Singular Plural
Nominative πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»πƒ
stikls
πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»π‰πƒ
stiklōs
Vocative πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»
stikl
πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»π‰πƒ
stiklōs
Accusative πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»
stikl
πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»πŒ°πŒ½πƒ
stiklans
Genitive πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»πŒΉπƒ
stiklis
πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»πŒ΄
stiklΔ“
Dative πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»πŒ°
stikla
πƒπ„πŒΉπŒΊπŒ»πŒ°πŒΌ
stiklam

Descendants[edit]