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íwan

  • verb [ weak ]
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Grammar
íwan, p. de
To show, bring before the eyes, display, reveal
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  • Ýweþ and yppeþ

    shews and reveals,

      Salm. Kmbl. 985; Sal. 494.
  • Ðá ýwde hé ðǽr synne wisan

    culpam esse demonstravit,

      Bd. 1, 27; S. 496, 2.
  • Ðá ýwde ic him sóna ða ylcan bóc ðara reogola

    quibus statim protuli eundem librum canonum,

      4, 5 ; S. 572, 25.
  • Mid his sylfes dǽde ýwde and cýdde

    propria actione præmonstraret,

      4, 27; S. 604, 40.
  • Ýwaþ mé ánne peninc

    ostendite mihi denarium,

      Lk. Skt. 20, 24.
  • Wénþ gif hé hit him iéwe ðæt hé him nylle geþafigean ðæt hé hine sníðe

    he expects, if he show it [the knife] to him, that he will not allow him to cut him,

      Past. 26, 3 ; Swt. 185, 25.
  • Ðíne miltse ýwe

    show thy mercy,

      Exon. 11 b; Th. 15, 32; Cri. 245.
  • Ðæt land ðe ic ðé ýwan wille

    the land that I will show thee,

      Cd. 83; Th. 105, 11 ; Gen. 1751.
  • Ord and ende ðæs ðe him ýwed wæs

    the beginning and end of what was revealed to him,

      180; Th. 225, 31; Dan. 162.
Derived forms
DER. æt-, ge-, óþ-íwan [-ýwan] ; and see eáwan, eówan.
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v.  éwan.
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