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π†πŒ°πŒ³πŒ°π‚

GothicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *fadΔ“r, from Proto-Indo-European *phβ‚‚tαΈ—r.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

π†πŒ°πŒ³πŒ°π‚ β€’ (fadar)Β m

  1. (hapax legomenon) father
    • Gothic Bible, Galatians 4.6:
      𐌰𐌸𐌸𐌰𐌽 πŒΈπŒ°π„πŒ΄πŒΉ πƒπŒΉπŒΎπŒΏπŒΈ πŒΎπŒΏπƒ πƒπŒΏπŒ½πŒΎπŒΏπƒ πŒ²πŒΏπŒ³πŒΉπƒ, πŒΉπŒ½πƒπŒ°πŒ½πŒ³πŒΉπŒ³πŒ° 𐌲𐌿𐌸 𐌰𐌷𐌼𐌰𐌽 πƒπŒΏπŒ½πŒ°πŒΏπƒ πƒπŒ΄πŒΉπŒ½πŒΉπƒ 𐌹𐌽 πŒ·πŒ°πŒΉπ‚π„π‰πŒ½πŒ° πŒΉπŒΆπ…πŒ°π‚πŒ° πŒ·π‚π‰π€πŒΎπŒ°πŒ½πŒ³πŒ°πŒ½: 𐌰𐌱𐌱𐌰, π†πŒ°πŒ³πŒ°π‚!
      aþþan þatei sijuþ jus sunjus gudis, insandida guþ ahman sunaus seinis in hairtōna izwara hrōpjandan: abba, fadar!
      And because ye are sons of God, God hath sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father!

Usage notesEdit

Although the cognates of this noun are very commonly used in other Germanic languages, it is attested only once in the entire Gothic corpus, which instead favors πŒ°π„π„πŒ° (atta) most everywhere.

DeclensionEdit

Masculine/feminine r-stem
Singular Plural
Nominative π†πŒ°πŒ³πŒ°π‚
fadar
π†πŒ°πŒ³π‚πŒΎπŒΏπƒ
fadrjus
Vocative π†πŒ°πŒ³πŒ°π‚
fadar
π†πŒ°πŒ³π‚πŒΎπŒΏπƒ
fadrjus
Accusative π†πŒ°πŒ³πŒ°π‚
fadar
π†πŒ°πŒ³π‚πŒΏπŒ½πƒ
fadruns
Genitive π†πŒ°πŒ³π‚πƒ
fadrs
π†πŒ°πŒ³π‚πŒ΄
fadrΔ“
Dative π†πŒ°πŒ³π‚
fadr
π†πŒ°πŒ³π‚πŒΏπŒΌ
fadrum

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