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饜尣饜尶饜尲饜尠

GothicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *gum么, from Indo-European *g'h蓹mo-, g'homo-. 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 homo, Baltic *啪mo- (Lithuanian 啪m艒g霉s).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

饜尣饜尶饜尲饜尠 (gumam

  1. man

DeclensionEdit

QuotationsEdit

4th century - Ulfilas - Bible

饜尵饜尠饜尫 饜崈饜尠饜尮路 饜尣饜尶饜尲饜尠 饜尳饜尠饜尲饜尮饜尳 饜尫饜尠饜尮饜崉饜尠饜尳饜崈 饜尪饜尠饜尯饜尯饜尠饜尮饜尶饜崈路 饜崈饜尠饜尫 饜崊饜尠饜崈 饜崋饜尠饜尶饜崅饜尠饜尲饜尠饜尭饜尰饜尨饜尮饜崈 饜尲饜崏饜崉饜尠饜崅饜尵饜尨 饜尵饜尠饜尫 饜崊饜尠饜崈 饜尣饜尠饜尡饜尮饜尣饜崈
(jah sai路 guma namin haitans Zakkaius路 sah was faurama镁leis motarje jah was gabigs)
"And, behold, there was a man named Zacchaeus, which was the chief among the publicans, and he was rich" 鈥擫uke 19:2