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fehtan

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Old High German

Etymology

West Germanic *fextanan, whence Old English feohtan, English fight, German fechten. From Proto-Indo-European *pek'- (to pluck out) (also in Proto-Indo-European *pek'us (cattle), English fee, fellow, Latin pecu, pecunia).

Verb

fehtan

  1. to fight

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