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duguþ, strong feminine. 1. excellence. 2. body of experienced retainers; army; host. 3. benefit.

These spellings occur in the Old English Aerobics texts:

 singularplural
nominativeDuguð
accusativeduguðe dugeþe
genitiveduguðe duguða dugeða
dativeduguðe dugoðe dugeðum duguðum
instrumental

This word occurs 16 times in the Old English Aerobics Anthology. To see a list of occurrences of duguþ in a text, click a title below. Click a line- or sentence-number to see the word in context.

Beowulf

  • 1674. duguðe. body's of experienced retainers.
  • 1790. Duguð. body of experienced retainers.
  • 2020. duguðe. body of experienced retainers, army, host.
  • 2035. duguða. excellence.
  • 2501. dugeðum.
  • 2658. duguðe.
  • 2920. dugoðe.
  • 2945. dugoðe.
  • 3174. duguðum. excellence.

Battle of Maldon

  • 197 duguþe. benefit.

Boethius on Fame

  • [70] duguðum. bodies of experienced retainers, armies.

Judith

  • 31 duguðe. body of experienced retainers, army.
  • 61 dugeða. of hosts.

Sermo Lupi ad Anglos

Wanderer

  • 79 duguþ. body of experienced retainers, army.
  • 97 duguþe. of the body of experienced retainers.