thiustri

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Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *þiustrijaz (dark, without light), probably from a pre-Indo-European substrate language. Cognate with Old English þīestre (dark, gloomy), Old Frisian thiustere, Middle Dutch duuster.

Adjective[edit]

thiustri

  1. dark, obscure

Declension[edit]