orlege

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *uzlugi-, from Proto-Germanic *uz- ‎(out) + *lugi-, a derivative of *leuganą ‎(to lie, tell a lie). Akin to Old Frisian orloch, Old Saxon urlogi, Old High German urluogi, urliugi "war", Dutch oorlog "war", Old English lēogan "to lie"

Noun[edit]

orlege n

  1. war, strife; hostility

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