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N. gwanur n. “kinsman, kinswoman” (Category: Relative)

N. gwanur, n. “kinsman, kinswoman” (Category: Relative)

A noun in The Etymologies of the 1930s for “kinsman” derived from ON. wanūro < ᴹ✶wanōrō (Ety/NŌ, TOR) also used of a “kinswoman” due to blending with feminine ON. wanūre (Ety/THEL).

References ✧ Ety/NŌ, THEL, TOR, WŌ; EtyAC/NŌ

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go- “together” ✧ Ety/WŌ (†gwa-)

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ON. wanūro > gwanur [wanūro] > [gwanūro] > [gwanūr] > [gwanur] ✧ Ety/NŌ
ON. wanúre > gwanur [wanūre] > [gwanūre] > [gwanūr] > [gwanur] ✧ Ety/THEL
ON. wanūro > gwanur [wanūro] > [gwanūro] > [gwanūr] > [gwanur] ✧ Ety/TOR