wilisc

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Old English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *walhiskaz (foreign, non-Germanic), corresponding to wealh +‎ -isc. Cognate with German welsch, Dutch waalsch (Walloon), Swedish välsk, Danish vælsk (from a Romance-speaking country).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

wilisċ

  1. foreign, not English; specifically, Celtic, British, Welsh

Conjugation[edit]

Weak Strong
case singular plural case singular plural
m n f m n f m n f
nominative wil(i)sċa wil(i)sċe wil(i)sċe wil(i)sċan nom. wilisċ wil(i)sċe wilisċ wil(i)sċa, -e
accusative wil(i)sċan wil(i)sċe wil(i)sċan acc. wilisċne wilisċ wil(i)sċe wil(i)sċe wilisċ wil(i)sċa, -e
genitive wil(i)sċan wilisċra, wil(i)sċena gen. wil(i)sċes wil(i)sċes wilisċre wilisċra
dative wil(i)sċan wil(i)sċum dat. wil(i)sċum wil(i)sċum wilisċre wil(i)sċum
instrumental wil(i)sċe

Descendants[edit]