Seaxnēat (*Saxneat)

Old English Modern English
Name Seaxnēat Saxneat
Pronunciation /sæɑksnæːɑt/ /ˈsæks.nɛt/ or /ˈsæks.niːt/1The former is much likelier due to the presence of /t/, but the latter can also happen. The spelling is the same regardless.
Etymology Seax: “shortsword, dagger, knife” < Proto-Germanic *sahsą “dagger, knife”. Cognate with Old Frisian sax, Old Saxon sahs, Old Dutch *sas, Old High German sahs, and Old Norse sax. This particular portion is likelier to be in relation to the Saxons themselves, though, known as the Seaxe in Old English.

Nēat: Old English genēat “companion, follower in war” < Proto-Germanic *ganautaz “associate, companion, comrade; follower”.

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1. The former is much likelier due to the presence of /t/, but the latter can also happen. The spelling is the same regardless.