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Faroese

eita, v
number singular plural
person first second third all
Indicative eg hann / hon
tað
vit, tit,
teir / tær / tey
tygum
Present eiti eitur eitur eita
Past æt æt(st) æt itu
Imperative tit
Present — ! — !
Infinitive eita
Pres. part.
Past part.
Supine itið

Verb form

æt

  • singular past tense form of eita (to be called)
  1. I was called
  2. you were called
  3. he, she, it was called



Icelandic

Adjective

æt

  1. feminine singular indefinite nominative form of ætur (‘edible’)
  2. neuter plural indefinite nominative or accusative form of ætur (‘edible’)

Old English

Etymology 1

From the verb etan

Noun

æt m

  1. eating

Etymology 2

Common Germanic *at

Preposition

æt

  1. at

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