This is page b0357 from Joseph Wright's Grammar of the Gothic Language

This online edition was created by the Germanic Lexicon Project.

Click here to go to the main page about Wright's Gothic grammar. (You can download the entire glossary from that page.)
This text has been hand-corrected. Please report any remaining errors.

The copyright on this text is expired. You are welcome to copy the data below, post it on other web sites, create derived works, or use the data in any other way you please. As a courtesy, please credit the Germanic Lexicon Project.

wilja-halei, wf. respect of persons, 389.
wiljan, v. to be willing, will, wish, 44, 89, 175 note 2, 343. OE. willan.
*wiljis, aj., see ga-, silba-wiljis.
wileis, aj. wild, 153 note, 230. OE. wilde, OHG. wildi.
wilwan, sv. III, to rob, plunder, take by force, 304.
*windan, sv. III, to wind, 304. OE. windan, OHG. wintan, see bi-windan.
winds, sm. wind, 60, 180. OE. wind, OHG. wint.
winnan, sv. III, to suffer, sorrow, 304. OE. OHG. winnan, to struggle.
wintrus, sm. winter, 204. OE. winter, OHG. wintar.
wini-skáur, wf. winnowing fan.
wipja, sf. crown.
wis, sn. calm (of the sea).
wisan, sv. V, to be, remain, 26, 60, 128, 174, 284, 308, 342, 428, 433; waíla wisan, be merry. OE. OHG. wesan.
*wiss (in un-wiss), aj. known. Cp. OE. ge-wiss, OHG. gi-wis, certain.
wists, sf. being, existence, 354.
wit, pers. pr. we two, 260. OE. wit.
*witan, pret.-pres. to know, 27, 29, 38, 49, 68, 88, 103, 122, 129, 138, 170, 311, 333. OE. witan, OHG. wian.
witan, wv. III, to watch, keep watch, observe, 328. OHG. gi-win.
*witi, sn., see un-witi.
witda-láus, aj. lawless, 397.
witdeig, av. lawfully.
wit, sn. law, 111, 182.
witubni, sn. knowledge, 158 note, 386.
win, wv. II, to shake, wag.
wira, prep. c. acc. against, over against, by, near, to, in reply to, in return for, on account of, for, 350. OHG. widar.
wira-gaggan, sv. VII, to go to meet, 423.
wira-ga-mtjan, wv. I, to go to meet, 423.
wira-waírs, aj. opposite, over, against, 378, 428.
wirus, sm. lamb, 203. OE. weer, OHG. wider, widar.
wláitn, wv. II, to look round about. OE. wltian.
wlits, sm. face, countenance, 149.
wpjan, wv. I, to call, cry out, cry aloud, crow. OE. wpan, OHG. wuoffan.
weis, aj. sweet, 231. OE. wee.
ws (wds), aj. mad, possessed, 122. OE. wd.
wráiqs, aj. crooked.
wraka, sf. persecution, 149. OE. wracu.
wrakja, sf. persecution, 192.
wraks, sm. persecutor, 354.
wratdus, sm. journey, 385.
wratn, wv. II, to go, travel.
wrikan, sv. V, to persecute, 29, 149, 308. OE. wrecan, OHG. rechan.
wrhjan, wv. I, to accuse. OE. wrgan, OHG. ruogen.
wrhs, sf. accusation, 199. Cp. OE. wrht.
wrugg, wf. snare.
wulfs, sm. wolf, 16, 56, 87 and note, 88, 89 note, 134 note, 149, 158, 160, 180, 353. OE. wulf, OHG. wolf.
wulla, sf. wool, 139, 158. OE. wull, OHG. wolla.
wullareis, sm. one who whitens wool, a fuller.

Germanic Lexicon Project main page