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Old English

Etymology

West Proto-Germanic *klimban, perhaps representing a nasalised form of Proto-Germanic *klīƀan (cleave). Cognate with Old High German chlimban (German klimmen), Dutch klimmen.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈklimbɑn/

Verb

climban (class III strong: third-person sg present climbeþ, third-person sg preterite clamb, preterite plural clumbon, past participle (ġe)clumben)

  1. to climb

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