Wódnes

gen sing of Wóden

Old to modern English dictionary. 2013.

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  • wodnes — wodnes(s var. woodness …   Useful english dictionary

  • wódnes — f ( se/ sa) madness, frenzy, folly …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • wodness — wodnes(s var. woodness …   Useful english dictionary

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  • woodness — noun ( es) Etymology: Middle English wodnesse, wodnes, from Old English wōdnes, from wōd mad + nes ness more at vatic 1. archaic : insanity, madness …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wōden — is a god in Anglo Saxon paganism, together with Norse Odin representing a development of a Proto Germanic god, * Wōdanaz . Other West Germanic forms of the name include Old High German Wuotan , Low German and Dutch Wodan . Woden was worshipped… …   Wikipedia

  • Wóden — m (Wódnes/Wódnas) Woden; Mercury …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • Wednesday — /ˈwɛnzdeɪ / (say wenzday), / di/ (say dee), /ˈwɛdn / (say wedn ) noun the fourth day of the week, following Tuesday. {Middle English Wednesdai, Old English Wōdnes dæg Woden s day; translation of Late Latin Mercuriī diēs} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Wednesdays — Wednes·day (wĕnz’dē, dā′) n. Abbr. Wed. or W ▸ The fourth day of the week. ╂ [Middle English, from Old English Wōdnesdæg, Woden s day : Wōdnes, genitive of Wōden, Woden; see wet 1 + dæg, day; see DAY(Cf. ↑day).] Wednes’days adv …   Word Histories

  • Wednesday — [wenz′dā; ] occas [., wenz′dē] n. [ME Wednes dei < OE Wodnes dæg, Woden s day (see WODEN & DAY), like ON Othinsdagr (lit., Odin s day), early transl. of L dies Mercurii, Mercury s day] the fourth day of the week: abbrev. Wed, We, or W …   English World dictionary

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