andustrian

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *and- + *ūstrōną(to strive), the latter from Proto-Germanic *ūstrį̄, *ūstrī-(diligence, eagerness, zeal), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁ews-(to burn). Related to Old High German ūstinōn(to function), Old High German ūstarî, ūstrî(industry), Old English ysel(spark). More at industry.

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andūstrian

  1. to deny (by oaths), swear with oaths
  2. to hate, detest

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