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wlátian

  • verb [ weak ]
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Grammar
wlátian, p. ode; impers.
To cause a person (acc.) loathing
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  • Mé wlátaþ

    nauseo,

      Ælfc. Gr. 26, 6; Zup. 158, 7.
  • Ús wlátaþ for ðisum mete

    anima nostra nauseat super cibo isto,

      Num. 21, 5.
  • Ðonne hié mete þicgeaþ and drincaþ, ðonne wlátaþ hié,

      Lchdm. ii. 220, 5.
  • Gif man sý innan unhál, oþþe hyne wlátige, i. 76, 9.
  • Búton ðú git tó full sý ðæs ðe ðé lǽfed is, ðæt ðé for ðý wlátige,

      Bt. 11, 1; Fox 30, 20.
Etymology
[Gif heo hit stunken, ham wolde wlatien þer agean, A. R. 86, 19. Overfulle makeþ wlatie, O. and N. 354. Menslaers Laverd wlate sal (abhominabitur), Ps. 5, 7. Me wlateȝ withinne, Allit. Pms. 47, 305. Him wlatis, H. S. 3541. Surfet us wlattis, Alex. (Skt.) 4277. It wold haue wlated any wee, 5634.]
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v. wlǽtan.
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