geleafa

Old EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Germanic *galaubô. More at ġelīefan (to believe).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /jeˈlæ͜ɑː.fɑ/, [jeˈlæ͜ɑː.vɑ]

NounEdit

ġelēafa m

  1. belief
    Man mæġ mistrīwan his āgnu andġietu, ac nā his āgenne ġelēafan.
    One can mistrust one's own senses, but not one's own belief.
  2. faith
    Lā ġē lȳtles ġelēafan
    Oh ye of little faith
  3. religion
    se Cristena ġelēafa
    the Christian religion

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