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yþlad

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Old English

Etymology

From ȳþ ‘wave’ + lād ‘course’.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈyːðlɑːd/

Noun

ȳþlād f. (plural ȳþlāde or ȳþlāda)

  1. (poetic) ‘wave-journey’, voyage, crossing
    gode þancedon þæs þe him yþlade eaðe wurdon. They thanked God that the voyage had gone easily for them. (Beowulf ll. 227-8)

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