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1. The theonym is likely derived from the third-person singular past tense *gaut of the Proto-Germanic verb *geutaną, "to pour", thus making the mythical ancestor Gautaz 'He who has poured (out libations)'; the ethnonym would then be derived from this meaning.

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2. Also known as Gautaz, Gauti, Gautr, Geat, Gothus, Guti Ancient antique ancestor of the Goths and their Germanic colleagues At one time everyone wanted to name their offspring, their village or their tribe after him

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3. Real/full name: Gautaz Age: N/A Place of origin: Norway (Sarpsborg) Gender: Male

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4. Gautaz has 44 repositories available

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5. The etymology of the name Geat (Old English Geatas, from a Proto-Germanic * Gautaz, plural * Gautōz) is similar, although not identical, to that of Goths and Gutar (* Gutô, plural * Gutaniz)

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6. From Old English Ġēat, from Proto-Germanic *Gautaz (“Geat”).

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7. GitHub Gist: star and fork Gautaz's gists by creating an account on GitHub

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8. Block or report user Report or block Gautaz

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9. Hey guys! I am Gautaz, an uptempo Hardcore DJ from Amiens.

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10. Gautaz specializes in growling the anguished cries of a fatally-impaled, frostbitten warrior seeking revenge

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12. Gautaz specializes in growling the anguished cries of a fatally-impaled, frostbitten warrior seeking revenge

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13. Gautaz, Old English: Geat; Old Norse: Gautr, mythical ancestor of royal houses

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14. Meaning of Name Scholars suggest that Gapt (also written Gaut) is a theonym that derives from Proto-Germanic *Gautaz, which in turn derives from Proto-Germanic *geutaną meaning “to pour.” His name most likely means, “He who poured (out libations)”.

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15. Gautaz may be connected to the name of the Swedish river Göta älv at the city of Gothenburg.

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16. The Geatish ethnonym *Gautaz is related to the ethnonym of the Goths and of the Gutes (inhabitants of the island of Gotland), deriving from Proto-Germanic *gutô (cf

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17. Panzerwar, solo project of Gautaz, has been releasing music independently for a few year now

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18. Gautaz, het alleenheersende heerschap achter Panzerwar, houdt er een moorddadig releasetempo op na

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19. In mei 2019 verdwenen Gautaz en Panzerwar gedurende dertien maanden van de aardbol…

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20. If Gautaz.spar-mit.com is not your public name for your org then thats the IP that managed to get straight through to your internal exchange server, maybe via an NAT 25 internet facing port that directly maps onto your internal server

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21. Credits releases October 31, 2020 All instruments, words & sounds - Gautaz English Spoken Word On “Óðinnblót” Translated From: Rúnatáls-þáttr-Óðins Written, recorded, mixed & mastered from August-September 2020 Goatsword Studios 2020 Cassettes will be available on November 2, 2020 The digital version can be purchased here https

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22. *ansuR > áss *Gautaz MEANING: This name derives from the Old Norse name “Ásgautr”, composed of two elements: “*ansuR > áss” (heathen god) plus “*Gautaz” (Goth, Geat, from Gautland “Götaland, Gothia in southern Sweden”)

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23. Since 2005, Gautaz has forged different forms of what Panzerwar came to be in 2017

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24. In the winter of 2018, Gautaz entered the Burial Mound to create the first demo - “Ulv Og Mann” (Death Kvlt Productions) In early 2019 Panzerwar released “Winds Of The Æsirian North” and some other minor releases - but by May of 2019, Panzerwar and

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25. Gaut is an early Germanic name, from a Proto-Germanic Gautaz, which represents a mythical ancestor or national god in the origin myth of the Geats

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26. ( Old Norse nominative Gautr; variants Gauti, Gaute, Guti, Gapt; latinized Gothus; Old English Geat) is an early Germanic name, from a Proto-Germanic Gautaz, which represents an eponymous founder or tribal god of a number of related Germanic tribes of the migration period, i.e

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27. Alexander “Gautaz” Jenssen Erythrite Throne never disappoints

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28. Gautaz, het alleenheersende heerschap achter Panzerwar, houdt er een moorddadig releasetempo op na

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29. De band werd oorspronkelijk in 2017 in het Noorse Sarpsborg in het leven geroepen en er volgden een EP, de langspeler “Ulv og mann“, een split en een single.In mei 2019 verdwenen Gautaz en Panzerwar gedurende dertien maanden van de aardbol om uiteindelijk in het noordwesten …

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What does Gaut mean?

Wikipedia(0.00 / 0 votes)Rate this definition: Gaut. Gaut is an early Germanic name, from a Proto-Germanic gautaz, which represents a mythical ancestor or national god in the origin myth of the Geats.

What is the origin of the word Geata?

Geatas was originally Proto-Germanic *Gautoz and Goths and Gutar (Gotlanders) were *Gutaniz. *Gautoz and *Gutaniz are two ablaut grades of a Proto-Germanic word *geutan with the meaning "to pour" (modern Swedish gjuta, modern German giessen).

What are the Geats and the Jutes called?

The Geats and the Jutes are mentioned in Beowulf as different tribes, and whereas the Geats are called gēatas, the Jutes are called ēotena (genitive) or ēotenum (dative). Moreover, the Old English poem Widsith also mentions both Geats and Jutes, and it calls the latter ȳtum . [23]

What was the history of the Geats in medieval times?

Based on the lack of early medieval sources, and the fact that the Geats were later part of the kingdom of Sweden, traditional accounts assume a forceful incorporation by the Swedes, but the only surviving traditions which deal with Swedish-Geatish wars are of semi- legendary nature and found in Beowulf, Johannes Magnus, and the like.

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