Ancient Germanic Elements

This is a list of elements in which the usage is Ancient Germanic.
usage
type
sær Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "sea".
saga Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "tale, story".
sagu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "saw".
sahs Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "Saxon", referring to the Germanic tribe.
sala Ancient Germanic
Germanic word meaning "house".
salr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "room, hall".
salv Ancient Germanic
Germanic element of uncertain meaning.
sand Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sand".
sandr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "sand".
sant Old High German
Old High German word meaning "sand".
sape Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "soap".
sat Old Saxon
Old Saxon word meaning "inhabitant".
scalc Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "servant".
sceaphyrde Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "shepherd, sheep herder".
scearp Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sharp".
scenken Old High German
Old High German word meaning "to pour out".
schroden Old Saxon
Old Low German word meaning "to cut".
sciene Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "beautiful".
scieran Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to cut, to shear".
scilt Old High German
Old High German word meaning "shield".
scir 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "shire, district".
scir 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bright".
sconi Old High German
Old High German word meaning "nice, good, beautiful".
scrian Old High German
Old High German word meaning "to shout, to yell".
sculdheizo Old High German
Old High German word meaning "arbiter".
scuoh Old High German
Old High German word meaning "shoe".
selja Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "willow, sallow".
seo 5 Old High German, Old Dutch
Old High German and Old Dutch word meaning "sea".
seolfor Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "silver".
sige Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "victory".
sigr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "victory".
sigu Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "victory".
silber Old High German
Old High German word meaning "silver".
singan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to sing, to chant".
sinths Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "path".
skáli Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "hut, shed".
skenken Old Dutch
Old Dutch word meaning "to pour out".
skeran Old High German
Old High German word meaning "to cut, to shear".
skirmen Old High German, Old Dutch
Old High German and Old Dutch word meaning "to pour out".
skógr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "forest, wood".
skrini Old Dutch
Old Dutch word meaning "box, container" (of Latin origin).
ský Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "cloud".
slot Old Dutch
Old Dutch word meaning "lock".
sloz Old High German
Old High German word meaning "lock".
smæl Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "small".
smid Medieval Dutch, Ancient Germanic
Middle Dutch word meaning "craftsman, smith".
smiþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "craftsman, smith".
snel Old High German, Anglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Old High German, Old English and Old Dutch word meaning "quick, fast".
snidan Old High German, Ancient Germanic
Old High German word meaning "to cut".
snuor Old High German
Old High German word meaning "rope, cord".
sól Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "sun".
sorga Old High German
Old High German word meaning "worry, care".
speht Old High German
Old High German word meaning "woodpecker".
spere Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "spear, lance".
stafr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "staff".
stakkr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "haystack".
stan 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "stone".
stark Old High German
Old High German word meaning "strong".
staðr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "town, city, place".
stearc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "rigid, strong".
stein Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "stone".
steinn Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "stone".
stellen Old High German
Old High German word meaning "to set, to place".
steorra Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "star".
sterno Old High German
Old High German word meaning "star".
stigweard Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "steward".
stiþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "hard, stiff, cruel".
stod Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "stallion, stud".
storm Anglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Old English and Old Dutch word meaning "storm".
stormr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "storm".
straumr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "stream".
stro Old High German
Old High German word meaning "straw".
strod Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "marshy ground overgrown with brushwood".
strǫnd Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "edge, shore, beach".
strub Old High German
Old High German word meaning "rough, unkempt".
stuba Old High German
Old High German word meaning "room".
stucki Old High German
Old High German word meaning "piece, part".
sturm Old High German
Old High German word meaning "storm".
sturmaz Ancient Germanic (Hypothetical)
Proto-Germanic word meaning "storm".
su 7 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sow, female pig".
sumar Old High German
Old High German word meaning "summer".
sumor Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "summer".
sund Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "strait".
sunne Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "sun".
sunt Old High German
Old High German word meaning "south".
suozi Old High German
Old High German word meaning "sweet".
suþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "south".
suðr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "south".
svanr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "swan".
sveinn Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "boy, servant".
svíar Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "Swede".
swan Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "swan".
swarz Old High German
Old High German word meaning "black".
swete Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sweet".
swinth Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "strong".
swiþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "strong".
tal 1 Old High German
Old High German word meaning "valley".
tamm Old High German
Old High German word meaning "dam".
þæc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "thatch".
thank Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "thought".
theud Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "people".
þjófr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "thief".
þorn Anglo-Saxon, Old Norse
Old English and Old Norse word meaning "thorn".
þorp Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "village".
thorp Old Dutch
Old Dutch word meaning "village".
þrop Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "village".
thrud Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "strong".
þryð Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "strength".
þurnuz Ancient Germanic (Hypothetical)
Germanic word meaning "thorn".
tiuf Old High German
Old High German word meaning "deep".
toln Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "toll, fee, tax".
topt Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "homestead".
tuba Old High German
Old High German word meaning "dove".
tun Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "enclosure, yard, town".
uhta Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "before dawn".
úlfr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "wolf".
undar Old Saxon
Old Low German word meaning "under".
under Anglo-Saxon, Ancient Germanic (Hypothetical)
Old English word meaning "under".
unna Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "love".
unnr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "to wave, to billow".
untar Old High German
Old High German word meaning "under".
upp Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "up".
valdr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
valkyrja Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "Valkyrie", derived from Old Norse valr "the slain" and kyrja "chooser".
valr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "the dead, the slain (of battle)".
vangr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "meadow".
vanr Old Norse
Old Norse word referring to a member of the Vanir group of gods.
vargr Old High German
Old Norse word meaning "outlaw, wolf".
varr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "vigilant, cautious".
varðr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "guard, guardian".
vegr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "way, path, road".
veig Old Norse
Old Norse element possibly meaning "strength".
vér 1 Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "warrior, fighter".
vér 2 Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "holy man".
vestr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "west".
Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "holy, priest".
víg Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "war, battle".
vili Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "will, desire".
vindr Old Norse
Old Norse element possibly meaning "victor".
vinr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "friend".
vintr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "winter".
víðir Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "willow".
víðr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "wide, large".
viðr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "tree, wood".
vizkr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "wise".
vǫllr Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "meadow, field".
vǫr Old Norse
Feminine form of varr.
vrá Old Norse
Old Norse word meaning "corner, nook".
wacar Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "vigilant".
wacu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wake, vigil".
wad Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "to go".
waddi Ancient Germanic
Frankish word meaning "wager, pledge".
wægn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wagon".
wæter Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "water".
wagan Old High German
Old High German word meaning "wagon".
wald 1 Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
wald 2 Old High German
Old High German word meaning "forest".
walha Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "foreigner, Celt" (probably derived from the name of the Celtic tribe of the Volcae).
wandal Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "Vandal", referring to the Germanic tribe.
wang Old High German
Old High German word meaning "meadow".
wango Ancient Germanic
Germanic word meaning "cheek".
war Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "vigilant, cautious".
warin Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "guard, protect".
wart Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "guard, guardian".
watar Old Dutch
Old Dutch word meaning "water".
wazzar Old High German
Old High German word meaning "water".
wealcan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to move".
weald 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
weald 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "forest".
wealh Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "foreigner, Celt".
weall Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wall".
weard Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "guard, guardian".
weban Old High German
Old High German word meaning "to weave".
wefa Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "wife, woman".
wefan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to weave".
weg Anglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "way, path, road".
wehsal Old High German
Old High German word meaning "to change".
wela Ancient Germanic
Germanic word possibly meaning "skilled, artful".
weoh Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "idol, image".
weosule Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "weasel".
wer 1 Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "true".
wer 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dam, weir".
wert Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "worthy".
west Anglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "west".
wīc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "village, town", ultimately from Latin vicus.
wid Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "wide".
wig Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "war, battle".
wil Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "will, desire".
wilde Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wild, untamed, uncontrolled".
wildi Old High German
Old High German word meaning "wild, untamed, uncontrolled".
wilga Old Dutch
Old Dutch word meaning "willow".
wilig Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "willow".
wille Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "well, spring, water hole, stream".
win Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "friend".
wine Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "friend".
wingart Old High German
Old High German word meaning "vineyard".
winn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "meadow, pasture".
wintar Old High German
Old High German word meaning "winter".
winter Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "winter".
wirt Old High German
Old High German word meaning "host".
wit 1 Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "wide, large".
witu Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "tree, wood".
wiz Old High German, Ancient Germanic
Old High German word meaning "white".
worþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "enclosure".
wudu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "tree, wood".
wulf Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "wolf".
wunn Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "joy, bliss".
wurhto Old High German
Old High German word meaning "wright, maker".
wynn Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "joy, bliss".
wyrhta Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wright, maker".
yr Old Norse
Old Norse element meaning "yew, bow".