DRAGAN
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Strong
Related §§ in Wright's OE Grammar:
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DRAGAN
ic drage, ðú drægest, drægst, dræhst, he drægeþ, drægþ, dræhþ, pl. dragaþ; p. dróg, dróh, pl. drógon; pp. dragen. I. v. a. To DRAG, draw; trahĕre Eall ðæt ða beón dragen toward ða dráne dragaþ fraward all that the bees draw towards them the drones draw from them, Chr. 1127; Th. 378, 24, 25. Simon Petrus dróg ðæt nett on eorþe Simon Petrus traxit rete in terram, Jn. Lind. War. 21, 11. Hí me drógon, and is hit nyste ... hit mon drægþ swá hit ne gefret traxērunt me et ego non sensi ... trahĭtur et nequaquam sentit, Past. 56, 2; Hat. MS. Hí drógon heora scipa on, west-healfe ðære brycge they dragged their ships to the west side of the bridge, Chr. 1016; Erl. 155, 9, 23. II. v. intrans. To draw oneself, to draw, go; se conferre, ire Drógon swá wíde swá wegas to lǽgon they went as far as the roads lay before them, Andr. Kmbl. 2465; An. 1234. Ongon dragan Dryhtnes cempa the Lord's champion began to go, Exon. 43 a; Th. 145, 23; Gú. 699. [Wyc. drow, droȝ, drowȝ drew: Laym. draȝen, drawe to draw: Orm. draghenn to draw: Plat. drágen to bear, endure: O. Sax. dragan to bear: Frs. dreagjen, dreagen, dreyn: O. Frs. drega, draga to bear: Dut. dragen to bear: Ger. M. H. Ger. tragen to bear, endure: O. H. Ger. tragan portāre: Goth. dragan to carry: Dan. drage to draw, carry: Swed. draga to wear: Icel. draga to drag, carry: Lat. trahĕre to pull.] DER. be-dragan, út-.
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