-oþ

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Old English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *-ōþuz

Pronunciation[edit]

Suffix[edit]

-oþ m

  1. used to form concrete nouns from verbs
    folgoþ (retinue, following), from folgian "to follow"
    huntoþ (hunting; catch, prey, booty), from huntian "to hunt"
    faroþ (water in motion, stream; ocean, sea, waves), from faran "to travel, fare"
    drohtaþ (conduct, lifestyle), from drohtian "to conduct oneself, behave"
    duguþ (manhood, virtue), from dugan "to avail, be capable, be competent"

Declension[edit]

Descendendants[edit]

  • English: -th (partially)