wuna

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Proto-Germanic *wunô (to rejoice, be content), from Proto-Germanic *wen- (to be satisfied, wish, desire). Akin to Old English wunian (to be accustomed, dwell).

Noun[edit]

wuna m

  1. habit, custom
  2. practice, rite (usually with ġe-); ritual

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