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aglæca

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Old English

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Etymology

From āglāc.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈɑ:glæ:kɑ/

Noun

āglǣca m.

  1. (poetic) one who inspires awe; wretch, monster
  2. (poetic) combatant, warrior

Declension

Singular Plural
nominative āglǣca āglǣcan
accusative āglǣcan āglǣcan
genitive āglǣcan āglǣcena
dative āglǣcan āglǣcum

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