OFris


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OFris

abbreviation for
(Languages) Old Frisian
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OFris

Old Frisian.
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This English form is more common today, but rarer in ME than the French Waider--Reaney; woader (wider): a) a dyer with woad; 2) a cultivator of woad (1415); woad [OE wad = Ofris. wed < AF.
And [??]ef hit be not bik, tak a littul of mayne de floure or with floure ofris & coloure hit with alk [Hieatt & Butler: alconet].
However, both explanations suggest that we are dealing with a word-family which is, at least, North-West Germanic rather than specifically North Germanic: if the terms are integrated in the same word-family as ON hadna, they can be compared with MHG hatele and MnLG hattel 'goat'; their derivation from PIE *kadh- would associate them with OE hod, OFris. hode, OHG huota 'hood', etc.