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fetian

  • verb [ weak ]
Dictionary links
Wright's OE grammar
§309;
Dele 'fet,' and passage from Prov. Kmbl., and add
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  • Hé wæter fette,

      Hml. S. 6, 14.
  • Man him fette sumne dǽl þæs meóses,

      26, 36.
  • Þæt Ceaddes sáuwl cóme of heofonum and fette his bróþor sáwle tó heofonum,

      Shrn. 59, 19: Chr. 1049; P. 168, 38.
  • Hí mæte (mete,

    v. l.) and mádmas ofer .L. míla him fram sǽ fættan (fetton, v. l. ),

      1006; P. 137, 12.
  • Feta, gif ðú dyrre, æt ðus heaðuwérigan háre byrnan,

      Vald. 2, 16.
  • Fetige hé him má,

      Solil. H. 1, 10.
  • Fetod, fettad, feotod

    arcessitus,

      Txts. 42, 103: Wrt. Voc. ii. 7, 31.
Etymology
[v. N. E. D. fet. Cf. Icel. feta to step, find one's way.]
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v. fatian.
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