sƿa

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Old English[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Pronoun[edit]

sƿā

  1. that, of that

Adverb[edit]

sƿā

  1. so, thus, in this way, in that way
  2. to the extent stated; to a great extent, so, very
  3. doubled (with an interrogative pronoun) to mean 'whatever', 'whoever', etc
    sƿā hƿæt sƿā — whatever
    sƿā hƿā sƿā — whoever
    sƿā hƿǣr sƿā — wherever
    sƿā hƿider sƿā — to wherever
    sƿā hƿanan sƿā — from wherever
    sƿā hƿilċ sƿā – whichever, whatever kind of
    sƿā hƿǣnne sƿā — whenever
  4. doubled as a correlative: the...the...
  5. doubled as a comparative: as...as...
  6. used once as a comparative

Conjunction[edit]

sƿā

  1. so, with the result that
  2. on condition that

Alternative form of swa