sehtlian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
sehtlian
(?); p. ode. I. to settle, bring to an agreement, settle a dispute between people (the word seems to occur only in the later part of the Chronicle) [ Ðá eodon góde men heom betwénen and sahtloden heom, Chr. 1066 ; Erl. 203, 27. Ða twegen kyngas wurðon sæhtlod, 1070 ; Erl. 209, 26. II. to come to an agreement Ðá feórden ðe wíse men betwyx þe kinges freónd & te eorles freónd & sahtlede suá ðæt . . . Sithen sahtleden þe king and Randolf eorl, 1140 ; Erl. 264, 31-35. Þe eorles sæhtleden wyd þemperice, Erl. 265, 6.] [Forr to sahhtlenn hemm towarrd hiss Faderr, Orm. 351. When a sawele is saȝtled to dryȝtyn, Allit. Pms. 72, 1139. Ȝe schulle saghtlyn, Piers P. A-Text, MS. U. 4, 2.] v. ge-sæhtlian.
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