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Old English

Etymology

Germanic *saltan, from Indo-European *sal-.

Germanic cognates: Old Saxon salt (Dutch zout), Old High German salz (German Salz), Old Norse salt n saltr adj (Swedish salt), Gothic 𐍃𐌰𐌻𐍄.

Indo-European cognates: Greek ἅλς, Latin sāl (French sel), Armenian աղ, Old Church Slavonic соль (Polish sól), Latvian sàls, Old Irish salann, Tocharian B salyiye.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /sæalt/

Noun

sealt n (pl sealt)

  1. common salt (sodium chloride)

Adjective

sealt

  1. salt, salty, salted
    sealte flodas: salt waters.

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