DYPPAN
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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DYPPAN
dippan; ic dyppe, he dypþ, dyppeþ, pl. dippaþ; p. dypte; pp. dypped, dypd = dypt; v. a. To DIP, immerge, baptize; immergĕre, intingĕre, tingĕre, baptīzāre Se ðe his hand on disce mid me dypþ qui intingit mecum manum in cătīno, Mk. Bos. 14, 20. Dyppe his finger ðǽron let him dip his finger therein, Lev. 4, 17. Biþ dipped fót ðín on blóde ut intingātur pes tuus in sanguĭne, Ps. Spl. 67, 25. Dippaþ ysopan sceaft on ðam blóde fascĭcŭlum hyssōpi tingĭte in sanguĭne, Ex. 12, 22. Ic eówic dépu oððe dyppe, se eówic dépiþ oððe dyppeþ ego baptīzo vos, ipse baptīzābit vos, Mt. Rush. Stv. 3, 11. Dyppende baptīzantes, 28, 19. [Wyc. dippe: Orm. dippesst dippest: Plat. döpen to baptize: O. Sax. dópian baptīzāre: Dut. doopen to baptize, immerge: Ger. taufen to baptize: M. H. Ger. toufen to baptize: O. H. Ger. toufén baptīzāre: Goth. daupyan to baptize.] DER. be-dyppan, ge-, onbe-.
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