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bregdan

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Old English

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *bregdan. Cognate with Old Saxon bregdan (Dutch breien), Old High German brettan, Old Norse bregða.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈbrejdɑn/

Verb

breġdan

  1. to move back and forth, vibrate, bend
  2. to weave, braid

Conjugation

Class III strong
present singular plural
1st person breġde breġdaþ
2nd person breġdest
3rd person breġdeþ
subjunctive breġde breġden
preterite singular plural
1st person bræġd bruġdon
2nd person bruġde
3rd person bræġd
subjunctive bruġde bruġden
imperative singular plural
breġd breġdaþ
participle present past
breġdende (ġe)broġden


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