wundon

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Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *wundōną ‎(to wound). Cognates with Old English wundian, Dutch verwonden.Related to Old Saxon *wen (a cyste on the skin, a wen), Old English wenn, and to Old Saxon wunda, Old English wund.

Verb[edit]

wundon

  1. to wound or injure

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