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Lexember 13th: ‘fault, guilt, excuse’

Diskýlpin

/disˈkyl.pin/ v.wk.1ija to excuse, to exculpate.
From dis- ‘apart from’ and kulpa ‘guilt’.

https://linguifex.com/wiki/Contionary:diskýlpin

Diskýlpi

/disˈkyl.pi/ n.wk.f.īn excuse, extenuating reason.
From the verb diskýlpin.

https://linguifex.com/wiki/Contionary:diskýlpi

Iníla

/inˈi.lɑ/ n.wk.f.ōn excuse, reason.
From Middle Valthungian inilo, from Old Valthungian and Griutungi inilō, cf. Gothic inilō, from ProtoGermanic *inilǭ.

https://linguifex.com/wiki/Contionary:iníla

Kulpa

/ˈkul.pɑ/ n.st.f.ō guilt, responsibility, wrong.
From Middle Valthungian kulpa, from Latin culpa ‘guilt’.
Syn: ferina

https://linguifex.com/wiki/Contionary:kulpa

Ferina

/ˈfe̞.ri.nɑ/ n.st.f.ō fault, responsibility, culpability.
Via Middle and Old Valthungian from Griutungi ferina, cf. Gothic fairina; further etymololgy questionable, possibly from ProtoGermanic *ferinō.
Syn: kulpa

https://linguifex.com/wiki/Contionary:ferina

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