swæþ

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *swaþō, *swēþiją (a wind-swept place; open field; borderland; terrain). Cognate with Old Norse svæði (open field).

Noun[edit]

swæþ n

  1. swath; a track; the mark left by a moving body; a single footprint or a series of footprints
  2. vestige; trace

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