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I am learning to understand rather than immediately judge or to be judged. I cannot blindly follow the crowd and accept their approach. I will not allow myself to indulge in the usual manipulating game of role creation. Fortunately for me, my self-knowledge has transcended that and I have come to understand that life is best to be lived and not to be conceptualized. I am happy because I am growing daily and I am honestly not knowing where the limit lies. To be certain, every day there can be a revelation or a new discovery. I treasure the memory of the past misfortunes. It has added more to my bank of fortitude.
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Old English

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *fleuh-. Cognates include Old Frisian flia, Old High German fliohan (German fliehen), Old Saxon fliohan (Dutch vlieden), Old Norse flýja, Gothic 𐌸𐌻𐌹𐌿𐌷𐌰𐌽.

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /fleːon/

Verb

flēon

  1. to flee

Conjugation

Class II strong
present singular plural
1st person flēo flēoþ
2nd person flīhst
3rd person flīhþ
subjunctive flēo flēon
preterite singular plural
1st person flēah flugon
2nd person fluge
3rd person flēah
subjunctive fluge flugen
imperative singular plural
flēo flēoþ
participle present past
flēonde (ġe)flogen


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