wid-

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See also: wid, wið, wi'd, and wįð

Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Old English, from wīd "distant, far"

Prefix[edit]

wīd-

  1. widely
    wīdcūþ "widely known, famous"
    wīdfæþme "ample, far-reaching, extensive"
  2. distant, from afar
    wīdfērende "coming from afar"

Descendants[edit]