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See also: with, wiþ, wið, wiþ-, and wįð

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English with-, from Old English wiþ- (against, away, prefix), from wiþ (with, by, near, against, beside, at, through, for, in return, opposite, towards, to, preposition). Cognate with Danish ved-, Swedish vid-, Faroese við-, Icelandic við-. Related also to English wither-, and Dutch weder- (back), German wider- (against), German wieder- (again). More at with.

PrefixEdit

with-

  1. Prefix meaning "against", "in opposition to".
    withfight, withstand, withset, withsay, withspeak
  2. Prefix meaning "back", "back around", "in reverse", "in return".
    withbuy, withcall, withdraw, withdrive, withgive, withhold, withturn
  3. Prefix meaning "off", "out", "away", "from".
    withbear, withgive, withgo, withhang, withsave, withseek
  4. Prefix meaning "with", "along with", "together (with)".
    withgang, withjoin, withtake

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