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Skuld

[ skoold ]
/ skʊld /
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noun Scandinavian Mythology.
See under Norn.
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Origin of Skuld

<Old Norse, probably literally future, homonymous with skuld debt, bondage in payment of debt, derivative from root of skulushall, must; cognate with Old English scyld,Old Saxon sculd,Old High German scult (German Schuld)
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