from The Century Dictionary.

  • An element in some proper names of Anglo-Saxon origin, being the same (with vowel shortened before two consonants) as couth, known (see couth): as, Cuthbert, Anglo-Saxon Cū th-berht, -briht (famous as a warrior); Cuthred, Anglo-Saxon Cū thrëd (famous in counsel); Cuthwin, Anglo-Saxon Cū thwine (famous friend or fighter).
  • A Middle English form of couth.


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