hátian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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hátian
Add: — Hátende, háttendae, haetendae calentes, Txts. 47, 357. I. to be made hot by the sun, get dried up by heat, cf. hát; I. 3 Sunne upp cuóm hátedun sole orto aestuaverunt, Mt. R. 13, 6. II. of a person, to get hot. Cf. hát; II. Úre líchama oft of ðám fýre hatað ðe him on wunað, Hex. 22, 24. III. of the effects of strong feeling, to be excited, troubled, &c., cf. hát; IV. I Mín gást mé hátað spiritus meus aestuat , Först. Verc. 137, 10. Þá ongan he hátian on his geþance aestuare coepit in cogitatione, Gr. D. 64, 2. Hé wæs byrnende and hátiende for þám heáfe þǽre ásteópnesse orbitatis luctu aestuans, 165, 12. Hátigendre synne aestuante culpa, Germ. 391, 23. IV. of that which causes pain, to be fierce, intense, raging. Cf. hát; V. 2 Hátode, barn incanduisset (cum fervor torridae persecutionis et ardor crudelitatis acrius incanduisset, Ald. 67, 22), An. Ox. 4731. v. á-hátian, ge-hátian, on-hátian.
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