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Old English éadmód, phonetic variant of éaþmód, from éaþe, eath + mód mood;
the exact equivalent does not occur in continental Teutonic, but the derivatives in -môdjo- (=edmede a.) and in -môdîn- (= edmede n.) are found with forms parallel to the Old English éaþ-, éad-; see edmede n. and adj.
From: Lazamons Brut;
Or, Chronicle of Britain:
A Poetical Semi-Saxon Paraphrase of The Brut of Wace
Edited by Sir Frederic Madden
Volume II, 1847