Geat

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Geat

 (gēt, yăt)
n.
A member of an ancient Germanic people of southern Sweden conquered by the Swedes in the sixth century ad.

[Old English Gēat.]

geat

(dʒiːt)
n
(in casting) the channel, spout, or hole through which molten metal runs into a mould
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But the two problems should surely be considered, and explained, together: variants with initial wa(l)w- occur for both words, and surely suggest that one or the other involved a word more difficult than watris, weders, or walketh; semantic suitability of noun to verb is at issue.