eogihwethar

See also: eogihweðar

Old SaxonEdit

EtymologyEdit

From West Germanic *aiwon ‘always’ ( > Old Saxon ēo) + *gihwaþaroz ‘each’ (> Old Saxon gihwethar). Cognate with Old English æghwæþer, Old High German eogihwedar.

PronounEdit

ēogihwethar

  1. each (of two)