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þeon

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Old English

Etymology

From an earlier (unattested) form *þīhan, from Proto-Germanic *θiŋx-, from Proto-Indo-European *tenk-. Cognate with Old Saxon thihan (Dutch gedigen), Old High German dīhan (German gedeihen), Gothic 𐌸𐌴𐌹𐌷𐌰𐌽.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ðeːon/

Verb

þēon

  1. to flourish, prosper, be successful

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Conjugation

Class I strong
present singular plural
1st person þīge þīgaþ
2nd person þīehst
3rd person þīehþ
subjunctive þīge þīgen
preterite singular plural
1st person þāh þigon
2nd person þige
3rd person þāh
subjunctive þige þigen
imperative singular plural
þīeh þīgaþ
participle present past
þīende (ġe)þigen


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