seht
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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seht
adj. In agreement about the terms of a settlement, agreed Hí wurdon sehte ðæt ða gebróðra ealle geeodon of ðam lande bútan ánum, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. vi. 195, 25. Hí him ðæs gætíðodon wið swylcon gersumen swylce hí ðá sehtæ wǽron such as they were then agreed upon, 198, 16. Hí wurdon sehte on ða gerád ðæt . . ., Chr. 1093 ; Erl. 229, 25. Wearð se cyng and his bróðor sehte . . . and eall Normandíg æt him mid feó álísde, swá swá hí ðá sehte wǽron, 1096 ; Erl. 233, 17. Sæhte, 1077 ; Erl. 215, 10. [Sehte, 1120 ; Erl. 248, 1. Sæhte, 1135 ; Erl. 261, 21. Þus iwerað Brennes sæht (isehte, 2nd MS. ) whit his broðer, Laym. 5114. Hiss bodiȝ wiþþ hiss gast sammtale & sahhte wurrþe, Orm. 5731. Cf. Icel. sáttr verða á eitt to agree on.] v. un-seht and next word.
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