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feran

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Old English

Etymology

Probably a weak variant of faran.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /'feːrɑn/

Verb

fēran

  1. to go, to travel or journey
    Ic fere geond foldan: I travel across the earth.
  2. to set out, to leave or depart
    He on morne feran wolde: he wished to leave in the morning.

Conjugation

Class 1 weak
present singular plural
1st person fēre fēraþ
2nd person fērest
3rd person fēreþ
subjunctive fēre fēren
preterite singular plural
1st person fērde fērdon
2nd person fērdest
3rd person fērde
subjunctive fērde fērden
imperative singular plural
fēr fēraþ
participle present past
fērende (ġe)fēred


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