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Geat

noun \ˈgēt, ˈgā-ət, OE ˈyaət\

Definition of GEAT

:  a member of a Scandinavian people of southern Sweden to which the legendary hero Beowulf belonged
Geat·ish \ˈgē-tish, ˈgā-, OE ˈyaə-\ adjective

Origin of GEAT

Old English Gēat
First Known Use: before 12th century

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