seolc

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Etymology[edit]

From an early West Germanic borrowing from Latin sēricum. Compare Old High German serih (silk), Old Norse silki (silk).

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /seo̯lk/, [seo̯ɫk]

Noun[edit]

seolc m (nominative plural seolcas)

  1. silk

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