þeód
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þeód
I a. add: 'a body of warriors, old and young, attached by personal service to the king ... the comitatus mentioned by Tacitus apparently resembled the þeód in all respects,' Chadwick's Origin of the English Nation, p. 311. Cf. pp. 156, 303, 3, 4. v. þeód-guma, -wita, and cf. þeóden; dryht, dryhten Hér is seghwylc eorl ... mandrihtne hold, þegnas syndon geþwǽre, þeód ealgearo, druncne dryhtguman B. 1230. Wæs seó þeód tilu, 1250. v. Angel-, Wealh-þeód.
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