GEÁTAN
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
GEÁTAN
gǽtan, gétan; p. de te; pp. ed To grant, confirm, assent to; concēdĕre, confirmāre, assentīri Ic geáte ðé I grant to thee, Chr. 656; Th. 53, 38 : 675 ; Th. 59, 33. Ic Ædgár geáte and gife to dæi I Edgar grant and give to-day, 963; Th. 220, 33. Se æðeling hit him geátte the ætheling granted it to them, 1066; Th. 337, 30. Ealle hit geátton all confirmed it, 963; Th. 221, 25. [Laym. ȝetten to grant : Orm. ȝatenn to grant, allow : O. Frs. géta, gáta confirmāre : Icel. játa, játta to say 'yes,' assent.] v. geá.
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