Witherwin meaning

(rare) An opponent; rival; adversary; enemy; (Christianity) the Adversary; the Devil.
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Origin of witherwin

  • From Middle English witherwinne, from Old English wiþerwinna (“opponent, rival, adversary, enemy”), equivalent to wither- (“against”) +‎ win (“to struggle”). Cognate with Old High German widarwinno.

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