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wecgan

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Old English

Etymology

Probably, cognate with Old English wecg, Lithuanian vagis "wedge," descending to the verb "to wedge" in the sense of kneading wet clay.

Verb

wecgan

  1. to move, agitate, drive hither and thither [1]

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