Definition of Reiks
1. reik [n] - See also: reik
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reiks
Literary usage of Reiks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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. ..."