felgan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Strong
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
felgan
ic felge, ðú filgst, filhst, he filgþ, filhþ, pl. felgaþ; p. fealg, fealh, pl. fulgon; pp. folgen To stick to, betake oneself to, go or come under, below or beneath anything, to go into, enter a place, to undergo; inhærēre, sŭbīre, ināre, intrāre Óþ he on fleáme fealh until he betook himself to flight, Ors. 4, 8; Bos. 89, 42. Hý ymb ða geatu feohtende wǽron óþ hý ðǽrinne fulgon they were fighting about the gates until they entered therein, Chr. 755; Th. 87, 3, col. 1. Siððan inne fealh Grendles módor when Grendel's mother came in, Beo. Th. 2567; B. 1281. He searoníþas fealh Eormenríces he underwent the guileful enmity of Ermanric, 2405; B. 1200. [O. Sax. bi-felhan trādĕre, mandāre, condĕre: Frs. be-feljen: O. Frs. bifella: Dut. be-velen: Ger. be-fehlen mandāre: M. H. Ger. be-vëlhen condĕre, mandāre: O. H. Ger. félahan, felhan condĕre: Goth. filhan to hide, bury: Icel. fela: Lat. se-pĕlire to hide, bury.] DER. æt-felgan, be-, bi-, ge-, wið-. v. felan, feolan.
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