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التي في فئةENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
معلومات عن الموضوع

English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _goodly_, _goodlich_, _gōdlich_, from Old English _gōdlīċ_ (“good, goodly”), from Proto-Germanic _*gōdalīkaz_ (“good, goodly”), equivalent to _good_ +‎ _-ly_. Cognate with German _gütlich_ (“friendly”), Icelandic _góðlegur_ (“benign”). ADJECTIVE GOODLY (_comparative_ GOODLIER, _superlative_ GOODLIEST) * (archaic) good, pleasing in appearance * Algernon Charles Swinburne, _A Ballad of Death_, lines 26–27 _O Sin, thou knowest that all thy shame in her_ _Was made a GOODLY thing_ * (archaic) Quite large; considerable. _a GOODLY sum of money_ _walking at a GOODLY pace_

From Middle English goodly, goodlich, gōdlich, from Old English gōdlīċ (good, goodly), from Proto-Germanic *gōdalīkaz (good, goodly), equivalent to good +‎ -ly. Cognate with German gütlich (friendly), Icelandic góðlegur (benign).

Adjective

goodly (comparative goodlier, superlative goodliest)

  1. (archaic) good, pleasing in appearance
  2. (archaic) Quite large; considerable.
    a goodly sum of money
    walking at a goodly pace

التي في فئةENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 2
معلومات عن الموضوع

English - Etymology 2

From Middle English _goodly_, _goodliche_, _gōdliche_, from Old English _gōdlīċe_ (“goodly”), from the adjective, equivalent to _good_ +‎ _-ly_. Cognate with Middle High German _guotlīche_, _güetlīche_. ADVERB GOODLY (_comparative_ GOODLIER, _superlative_ GOODLIEST) * (obsolete) In a goodly way; courteously, graciously. * 1485, Thomas Malory, _Le Morte Darthur_, Book XVII, chapter xxij: Thenne he sente for the thre knyghtes & they came afore hym / and he cryed hem mercy of that he had done to them / and they forgaf hit hym GOODELY and he dyed anone / Whanne the kynge was dede / alle the cyte was desmayed and wyst not who myghte be her kynge * 1590, Edmund Spenser, _The Faerie Queene_, II.ix: GOODLY she entertaind those noble knights, / And brought them vp into her castle hall

From Middle English goodly, goodliche, gōdliche, from Old English gōdlīċe (goodly), from the adjective, equivalent to good +‎ -ly. Cognate with Middle High German guotlīche, güetlīche.

Adverb

goodly (comparative goodlier, superlative goodliest)

  1. (obsolete) In a goodly way; courteously, graciously.

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