S. gwaith, n. “people, region; host, regiment; manhood”

References ✧ Let/224.1211-2; PE17/190.0104; PE17/190.0201; PE17/190.1113; SA/gwaith.001

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-weith/waith soft-mutation   ✧ PE17/190.0104
-weith/waith soft-mutation “people” ✧ PE17/190.1113
*waith soft-mutation “people, region” ✧ Let/224.1211-2

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weg-tē > gwaith [wegtē] > [wektē] > [wekte] > [wektʰe] > [wexθe] > [gwexθe] > [gweiθe] > [gweiθ] > [gwaiθ] ✧ PE17/190.0201

N. gweith n. “manhood; man-power, troop of able bodied men, host, regiment”

References ✧ Ety/WEG.121; EtyAC/WEG.010

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ᴹ✶weg-tē > gweith [wegtē] > [wektē] > [wekte] > [wektʰe] > [wexθe] > [gwexθe] > [gweiθe] > [gweiθ] ✧ Ety/WEG.121

ᴱN. gwaith n. “people, men, folk”

References ✧ PE13/122.1306; PE13/124.0301; PE13/146.6005; PE13/162.7701

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gweg “man, male” ✧ PE13/122.1301; PE13/162.7801
gweg “man, male” ✧ PE13/146.6001

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G. gwaith¹ n. “people”

References ✧ GL/44.7403; LT1A/Bronweg.060; PE13/117.0801

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gweg “man, male of the Elda” plural ✧ GL/44.7401; LT1A/Bronweg.058; PE13/117.0701

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