-cund

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Old English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

PIE root
*ǵenh₁-

From Proto-Germanic *kundaz ‎(born, -natured), from Proto-Germanic *kunją ‎(to beget).

Suffix[edit]

-cund

  1. suffix denoting origin, derivation, or likeness
    god + ‎-cund → ‎godcund ‎(divine, god-like)
    æþel + ‎-cund → ‎æþelcund ‎(of noble birth)
    sāwol ‎(soul) + ‎-cund → ‎sāwolcund ‎(spiritual, soulish)
    ǣngancundes ‎(uniquely, adverb)