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  • w/

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  • From Middle English with, from Old English wiþ, from Proto-Germanic *wiþi, a shortened form of Proto-Germanic *wiþrą. In Middle English, the word shifted to denote association rather than opposition, displacing Middle English mid, from Old English mid, from Proto-Germanic *midi; an earlier model of this meaning shift exists in cognate Old Norse við; elsewhere, the converse meaning shift is exposed by Old South Arabian 𐩨𐩺𐩬 spawning Old South Arabian 𐩨𐩬 and even likewise frequent reverse meaning 𐩨𐩬.
  • From Middle English withe, wiþþe, from Old English wiþþe. More at withe.

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