æt-gár
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine, Neuter
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æt-gár
Add: æt- (æte-, ate-) gár; m. -gǽre; n. (The pl. seems sometimes used to gloss Latin sing.) Falarica, i. theca gladii, telae genus vel hastae grandis vel lancea magna ætgár, Wrt. Voc. ii. 147, 9: 33, 49. Ætgáre framea, 36, 11: falarica (armatum) , An. Ox. 8, 312. Ætegáre, Angl. xiii. 29, 46. Aetgaere ansatae, Txts. 41, 167. Ætgaeru (-gáru. Sievers, Gram. § 273, ann. 4, takes this to be a u-stem) framea, 65, 922. Ætgéro (ægt&e-hook;ro, MS.) falarica, 63, 839. Ategára falarica (v. 8, 312 above), An. Ox. 5023. Ategárum falarica (v. Angl. xiii. 29, 46 above), 786. Ategáras ansatas, 2, 502. Ætgáras, Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 68.
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