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in-drencan

  • verb [ weak ]
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Grammar
in-drencan, p. te
To soak, saturate, inebriate
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  • Hí ðá sylfe betweónum indrencton mid ðám cerenum ðære gódspellícan swétnysse

    they mutually saturated each other with the wines of evangelic sweetness,

      Guthl. 17; Gdwin. 72, 7.
Etymology
[Cf. Ger. ein-tränken to soak, impregnate.]
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v. indrincan.
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v.  on-drencan.
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