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lof

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Etymology

Old Saxon lof, from Proto-Germanic *luban, from Proto-Indo-European *leubʰ- (love).

Noun

lof m.

  1. praise

Antonyms


Old English

Etymology

Proto-Germanic *luban, from Proto-Indo-European *leubʰ- (love). Cognate with Old Saxon lof (Dutch lof), Old High German lob (German Lob), Old Norse lof (Swedish lov). Related to lēof, lufu, lofian.

Pronunciation

Noun

lof n.

  1. praise, glory
  2. song of praise, hymn

Declension

Singular Plural
nominative lof lofu
accusative lof lofu
genitive lofes lofa
dative lofe lofum


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