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๐Œฒ๐Œฟ๐Œผ๐Œฐ

GothicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *gumรด, from Proto-Indo-European *dสฐวตสฐmฬฅmล. Germanic cognates include Old Saxon gumo, Old High German gumo, Old Norse gumi (Norwegian gume), Old English guma. The Indo-European root is also the source of Latin homล, Proto-Baltic *ลพmo- (Old Lithuanian ลพmuo).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

๐Œฒ๐Œฟ๐Œผ๐Œฐ โ€ข (gumam

  1. man

DeclensionEdit

QuotationsEdit

4th century - Ulfilas - Bible

๐Œพ๐Œฐ๐Œท ๐ƒ๐Œฐ๐Œนยท ๐Œฒ๐Œฟ๐Œผ๐Œฐ ๐Œฝ๐Œฐ๐Œผ๐Œน๐Œฝ ๐Œท๐Œฐ๐Œน๐„๐Œฐ๐Œฝ๐ƒ ๐Œถ๐Œฐ๐Œบ๐Œบ๐Œฐ๐Œน๐Œฟ๐ƒยท ๐ƒ๐Œฐ๐Œท ๐…๐Œฐ๐ƒ ๐†๐Œฐ๐Œฟ๐‚๐Œฐ๐Œผ๐Œฐ๐Œธ๐Œป๐Œด๐Œน๐ƒ ๐Œผ๐‰๐„๐Œฐ๐‚๐Œพ๐Œด ๐Œพ๐Œฐ๐Œท ๐…๐Œฐ๐ƒ ๐Œฒ๐Œฐ๐Œฑ๐Œน๐Œฒ๐ƒ
(jah saiยท guma namin haitans Zakkaiusยท sah was fauramaรพleis motarje jah was gabigs)
"And, behold, there was a man named Zacchaeus, which was the chief among the publicans, and he was rich" โ€”Luke 19:2