Definition of Reiks

1. reik [n] - See also: reik



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reiks

reigner
reigners
reigneth
reigning
reigning-in
reignite
reignited
reignites
reigniting
reignition
reignitions
reigns
reik
reiki
reikis
reiks (current term)
reillume
reillumed
reillumes
reilluminate
reilluminated
reilluminates
reilluminating
reillumination
reilluminations
reillumine
reillumined
reillumines
reilluming
reillumining

Literary usage of Reiks

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1. Italy and Her Invaders by Thomas Hodgkin (1899)
"NOTE B. A\nr\c = Ala-reiks. As to thc termination Reikt there is no difficulty. ... This reiks is of course the final ric in the Vandal Gen- seric and ..."

2. A Comparative Glossary of the Gothic Language with Especial Reference to by Gerhard Hubert Balg (1889)
"reiks, m. (117), ruler, prince; Mt. 9,18. 23. Lu. 18, 18. Jo. 7, 26. 48. 12, 31. 42. 16, 11. Rom. 13, 3. Eph. 2, 2. ..."

3. English Etymology: A Select Glossary Serving as an Introduction to the by Friedrich Kluge, Frederick Lutz (1898)
"Originally a derivative of GOTH. reiks 'king' under ric. — riches sb. ME. richesse fr. FR. richesse: derived fr. FR. riche = TEUT. riki 'powerful'. rick sb. ..."

4. Gothic Grammar: With Selections for Reading and a Glossary by Wilhelm Braune (1883)
"Masculines with short (consonantal) eases: manna, man; menons, month; reiks, ruler; ... Nom. reiks Gen. ... Ace. reiks Gen. ..."

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