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Old English

Etymology

From West Proto-Germanic *darjan, from *dara (harm) ( > Old English daru). Cognate with Old Frisian dera, Old Saxon derian (Dutch deren), Old High German terjan.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈderiɑn/

Verb

derian

  1. to hurt, injure ( + dative)

Conjugation

Class 1 weak
present singular plural
1st person deriġe deraþ
2nd person derest
3rd person dereþ
subjunctive derie derien
preterite singular plural
1st person derode derodon
2nd person derodest
3rd person derode
subjunctive derode deroden
imperative singular plural
dere deraþ
participle present past
deriende (ġe)derod


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