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-sæta

Old EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From sǣta "inhabitant, dweller". Akin to Old Saxon -sētio, Old High German -sāzo (German -safs), Old English sittan "to sit"

SuffixEdit

-sǣta m

  1. a resident or inhabitant of (usually used with placenames)
    burgsǣta "city-dweller, citizens"
    landsǣta "citizens of a nation"
    Dornsǣte "residents of Dorn, Dorset"
    Sumorsǣtan "residents of Sumor, Somerset"

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