geatwa

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Possibly a metathetical form of ġetawa (instrument) from ġe- + tawian, with a sense of equipment being made and prepared. Identical in formation to frætwe (treasure, ornaments). More at taw and tool.

Noun[edit]

ġeatwa f

  1. equipment
  2. trappings