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Old English

Etymology 1

From Germanic *ixwa-, *iwa-, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁éḱwos (horse). Cognate with Old High German eha- (in personal names), Old Norse jór. The IE root is also the source of Latin equus, Avestan aspa-, Tocharian A yuk B yakwe, Proto-Baltic *ečwā- (Lithuanian ašvà), Old Irish ech (Irish each).

Pronunciation

Noun

eoh m (plural eōs)

  1. (poetic) horse, steed

Etymology 2

A variant of īw, representing a West Germanic variant *īhaz; cognate with Old Saxon īch, Old High German īgo.

Pronunciation

Noun

ēoh m

  1. (poetic) yew tree
  2. the runic character (/eo/ or /e:o/)

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