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fágian

  • verb [ weak ]
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Substitute:
to grow dark (of a stormy sky)
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  • Tódæg stearm, fágas for ðon unrótlic heofon

    hodie tempestas, rutilat enim triste coelum

    ,
      Mt. L. 16, 3.
to vary
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  • Swá hit nú fágað, Freán eald geweorc þætte winnende wiðerweard gesceaft fæste sibbe forð anhealdað (cf. swá hí hit fágiaþ ꝥ . . . , Bt. 21 ; F. 74, 13)

    quod mundus stabili fide concordes variat vices, quod pugnantia semina foedus perpetuum tenent,

      Met. 11, 40.
  • Ðæt fágas

    quod variat

    ,
      Mt. p. 1, 11.
  • Betwih him fágas ł fágegas

    inter se variant

    , p.
      1, 2.
  • Ánfealde wíse bið witena gehwylcum weorðlicre micle þonne hé his wísan fágige tó swíðe,

      Ll. Th. ii. 318, 40. v. ge-fágod, and cf. fágettan.
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  • fágian, v.