hwæþer

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *hwaþeraz, whence also Old High German wedar, Old Norse hvaðarr

Adjective[edit]

hwæþer

  1. which (of the two)
Quotations[edit]
  • Andswarode mē sum þing, ic nāt hwæt, hweþer þe ic self þe ōþer þing.
    • Andswarode me sum ðing, ic nat hwæt, hweðer þe ic sylf þe oder þing (original spelling)
    Something answered me, I ne wot what, whether it was me or something else.
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