fulwiht

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Old English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Derivative of fulwian, fulliġan (to baptize), from *fulwīhan, from ful- + a verb derived from wēoh (consecrated, holy).

Noun[edit]

fulwiht n

  1. baptism
    Paulinus biscep gehwerfde Edwine Norþhymbra cyning to fulwihte.
    Paulinus the Bishop convinced King Edwin of Northumbria to get baptized.

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