dēaþ

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Englisc[adihtan]

Āwendednesa[adihtan]

  • deað
  • dǣþ

Rihtstefn[adihtan]

  • /dæːɑθ/

Wordstǣr[adihtan]

Sweostorword[adihtan]

Werlic Nama[adihtan]

  1. Se ende þæs līfes
    Se cyning dæs deaþes is nū her.

Nīwenglisc Andgiet[adihtan]

  1. death, the end of life, the state of being dead

Declīnung[adihtan]

Cāsus Ānfeald Manigfeald
Nemniendlic se deaþ þā deaþas
Āgniendlic þæs deaþes þāra deaþa
Forgifendlic þǣm deaþe þǣm deaþum
Tōllic þy/þon deaþe þǣm deaþum
Wrēgendlic þone deaþ þā deaþas

Gesetnyssum[adihtan]

ær-dēaþ - early death, death before one's time, premature death
dēaþ-bēam "wr" - death tree
dēaþ-bedd "nw" - death bed, grave, bed of death,
dēaþ-cwalu "wf" - plague death, violent death,
dēaþ-dæg "wr" - death day, day of death,
dēaþ-denu "wf" - valley of death,
fær-dēaþ, dēaþ-ræs "wr" - sudden death,
dēaþ-scūa "wr", dēaþ-scufa "wr" - death shadow, shadow of death,
dēaþ-scyld "wf" - crime worthy of death
dēaþ-stede "wr" - place of death
dēaþ-wang "wr" - death plain,
dēaþ-wīc "nw" - death's place, dwelling of the dead,
dēaþ-wyrd "wf" - death fate, fate of death
ende-dēað -death as the end of life
gúð-dēað - battle death, death in battle
mere-dēaþ - sea death, death at sea,
swylt-dēaþ - death (die-death)
wæl-dēaþ - death in battle,
wundor-dēaþ - wondrous death

Wendunga[adihtan]

πεθαμός (el) [pe̞.θa.ˈmo̞s] wr, αποθαμός (el) [a.po̞.θa.ˈmo̞s] Werlic, χάρος (el) [ˈxa.ro̞s] wr