Boruchtuari
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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Boruchtuari
-orum; pl. m. Lat. A people of ancient Germany, conquered by the Old-Saxons; Boructuari Ðá Swýþbyrht hæfde bisceopháde onfongen, he gewát to ðære þeóde Boruchtuarorum; ... ac ðá æfter noht langre tíde seó ylce þeód wæs oferwunnen fram Eald-Seaxum, and ða wǽron wíde todrifene Suidberct, accepto episcopatu, ad gentem Boructuarorum secessit; ... sed expugnatis non longo post tempore Boructuaris, quolibet hi, a gente Antiquorum Saxonum, dispersi sunt, Bd. 5, 11; S. 626, 6-11. v. Boruct-ware.
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