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þeod

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Old English

Etymology

From Germanic *þeuđō, from Indo-European *teuˈtā-. Cognate with Old Saxon thiod, Old High German diota (German deutsch), Old Norse þióð. The PIE root is also the source of Old Irish túath ‘people’, Lithuanian tautà ‘people’.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /θeːod/

Noun

þēod f. (plural þēode)

  1. nation, people, race
  2. homeland, country

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