ylond etymology

Middle English word ylond comes from Old English land, Proto-Germanic *agwjō, Proto-Indo-European *h₂ekʷeh₂, Proto-Germanic *landą (Land, area of ground.)

Detailed word origin of ylond

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
land Old English (ang) A land, region, district, or province. Earth, one of the four elements. Owned or tilled land, an estate.
*agwjō Proto-Germanic (gem-pro)
*h₂ekʷeh₂ Proto-Indo-European (ine-pro)
*landą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Land, area of ground.
*awjō Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) A floodplain; meadow. Island.
ieg Old English (ang) Island.
*awjōlandą Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) Island.
ealand Old English (ang)
igland Old English (ang) Island.
ēaland Old English (ang)
iland Middle English (enm)

Words with the same origin as ylond

Descendants of land
Engeland Engelond Englelond Fronc-lond Greclond Griccland Griclond Irelond Irland Irlond iland land lond londlees upland wodeland yland
Descendants of *agwjō
agg ai aye ei eit eyt nai nei ye yeten yo yoman yoten ȝea ȝeten
Descendants of *h₂ekʷeh₂
cokeney e ea eddy eo ey hei hey æ
Descendants of *landą