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leóþian

  • verb [ weak ]
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Grammar
leóþian, p. ode
To sing, sound
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  • Wóð óðer ne lythwón leóþode ðonne in lyft ástág ceargesta cirm

    a second cry sounded, nor weakly, when to the heavens rose the wail of the troubled spirits,

      Exon. 38 a; Th. 125, 32; Gú. 363.
  • Folcum ic leóþode

    to peoples I sang,

    94 b;
      Th. 354, 4; Reim. 40.
Etymology
[Goth. liuþón to sing: O. H. Ger. liudón canere, jubilare.]
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