oht

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Etymology[edit]

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Similar roots exist in ohutama ‎(to cure a disease with traditional medicine or magic), ohter ‎(a large amount of sth).

Noun[edit]

oht ‎(genitive ohu, partitive ohtu)

  1. danger
  2. hazard

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *anhtō ‎(persecution, fate, destiny, fear), from Proto-Indo-European *ank-, *anḱ- ‎(fate, destiny).

Noun[edit]

ōht f

  1. persecution; enmity