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æwnian

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Old English

Etymology

From ǣ ‘law, marriage’.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈæ:wnɪɑn/

Verb

ǣwnian (class 2 weak: 3 singular present ǣwnaþ, 3 singular preterite ǣwnode, preterite plural ǣwnodon, past participle (ġe)ǣwnod)

  1. to marry, wed

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