Complete Definition of "eft"

English

Pronunciation
IPA|/ɛft/
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ɛft|-ɛft

Etymology 1
Old English efeta.

Noun
en-noun

  1. A newt, especially the European smooth newt (Triton punctatus).

Etymology 2
Old English eft#Old English|eft, from Germanic *aftiz. Compare after.

Adverb
eft

  1. archaic again; afterwards

Old English

Etymology
From Germanic *aftiz. Cognate with Old Frisian eft#Old Frisian|eft, Old Saxon eft#Old Saxon|eft, Old Norse ept.

Pronunciation
IPA|/eft/

Adverb
eft

  1. a second time, again; afterwards

Category:Old English adverbs

ru:eft
te:eft
vi:eft

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