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FÆTT

  • adjective
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Grammar
FÆTT, fett, fæt; adj.
FAT, fatted; pinguis, săgīnātus, crassus
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  • Seófatte gelynd

    the fat grease,

    • Ps. Th. 62,
    • 5.
  • Ðín fæder ofslóh án fætt cealf

    occīdit păter tuus vĭtŭlum săgīnātum,

    • Lk. Bos. 15, 27, 23, 30: Gen. 18,
    • 7.
  • Ðonne híg etaþ and fulle beóþ and fætte

    cum comēdĕrint et sătŭrāti crassique fuĕrint,

    • Deut. 31, 20: Gen. 41, 2: Ps. Spl. 21, 30: Ors. 4,
    • 13;
    • Bos. l00, 25, 26: Ps. Lamb. 21,
    • 13.
  • Ða fættan fearas me ofsǽton

    tauri pingues obsēdērunt me,

    • Ps. Th. 21,
    • 10.
  • He ofslóh heora fættan

    occīdit pingues eōrum,

    • Ps. Lamb, 77, 31: Gen. 41,
    • 4.
  • Mára ic eom and fættra ðonne amæsted swín

    I am larger and fatter than a fattened swine,

    • Exon. 111 b
    • ;
    • Th. 428,
    • 8;
    • Rä. 41,
    • 105.
  • Bringon eall ðæt ðǽrinne fættest

    offĕrent quidquid pinguēdĭnis est intrinsĕcus,

    • Lev. 3,
    • 3.
Etymology
[
Piers P. Chauc. fat:
Laym. uatte, fatte, pl:
Frs. fet:
O. Frs. fat:
lt;i>O. Sax. feit:
Dut. vet:
Ger. fett, feist:
M. H. Ger. veiȝ, veiȝt, veiȝet:
O. H. Ger. feizt:
Dan. feed, fed:
Swed. fet:
Icel. feitr
.]
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v.  fett fæt.
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  • FÆTT, adj.