æt-íwan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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æt-íwan
æt-íwian (-eáw-, -eów-, -éw-, -iéw-, -ýw-. In Ps. L. 16, 15 a dis-tinction between the mutated and not mutated forms seems to be made, the former being transitive (cf. Goth. at-augjan to shew), the latter intransitive Ic beó ætýwed ł æteówie apparebo: but this distinction is not generally made). I. trans. To shew, 1. what may be seen by the eye Hwylc tácn ætýwst (-eówes. R. , ædeáues, L. ostendis ) þú ús ?, Jn. 2, 18. Ic æteówode þone god ðe ðín bróðor wurðode him gebundenne. Hml. Th. i. 468, 22. Hé hiene ætiéwde (-iéde, Hatt. MS.) æfter ðǽre ǽriste, Past. 42, 20. Steorran hié ætiéwdon (-éwdon, MS. E.), Chr. 540; P. 16, 14. Ætýw (-eáw, R. , ædeáw, L.) ðé þára sácerda ealdre, Mk. 1, 44. Ædeáua, Lk. L. 5, 14. His wíte þǽm Godes þegne ætéwed wæs, Shrn. 86, 5. Ætýwed (-eówed, R. , ædeáwd, L.) on óðrum híwe, Mk. 16, 12. Tácna ætýwde wǽron, Bd. 4, 9; S. 576, 13. Hé ongiet be sumum ðingum útanne ætiéwdum eall ðæt hié innan ðenceað, Past. 155, 10. 2. what is perceived by the mind, to manifest, reveal Ic ætýwe (ædeáua, L.) hwám hé gelíc is, Lk. 6, 47. Ædeáuades reuelasti . Lk. 10, 21. Hí þurh gewrite atíwdon, hwí hí ðǽr beón ne mihton, Chr. 1070; P. 204, 6. Ætýw mé þín good, Ps. Th. 58, 10. Atýwian mid gesceáde, hé mid rihte crafede, Chr. 1070 ; P. 206, 12. Mé byð æteáwed (manifestabitur) ðín wuldor, Ps. Th. 16, 15. (2 a) where the object is a person :-- Ic æteówo (ædeáua, L.) him mec solfne. . . . Ús æteówes ł ðú æteówende arð (ðú ædeáuas ł ðú eáuande arð, L.) manifestabo ei me ipsum . . . nobis manifestaturus es, Jn. R. 14, 21, 22. II. intrans. To appear, 1. to be shewn, be seen Ateáuð aparuit, Kent. Gl. 1116. Hí ætiéwað on openum yfle, Past. 439, 6. Æteáwde hé him on swefne, Shrn. 70, 13 : Hml. S. 30, 57, 58. Ætýwde (-eáwde, R. , ædeáude, L.), Mt. 17, 3 : (-eáude, R. , ædeáwade, L.), 2, 19: (-eówde, R. , ædeáwde, L), Mk. 16, 9. Æteówde se steorra, Chr. 892; P. 82, 31. Æteówde (cf. wearð ætýwed, MS. A.), 975; P. 121, 16: (cf. was ateówod, MS. F.), 995; P. 129, 23. Ateówede, 678; P. 38, 28. Æteówode, Hml. Th. i. 74, 13 : 76, 9. Fǽrlíce æteówode mín látteów swá swá scínende steorra, ii. 352, 2. Ætéwde, Shrn. 49, 5. Ætiéwde conpanruit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 16, 4. Ús ætiéwde (-iéde, Hatt. MS.) se Hálga Gást on culfran anlíc-nesse, Past. 290, 6. Atíwede, Chr. 1066; P. 196, 2. Ætýwde, Bd. 4, 8; S. 576, 8. . Ðǽm biscope æteáwdon fægre fǽmnan. Shrn. 63, 16. Hér atéwoden twégen cometan, Chr. 729 ; P. 45, l. 2. with complementary adjective Eall ðá hrægel swá hwít and swá níwe ætýwdon, swá hé ðý ylcan dæge mid gegearwod wáre, Bd. 4, 30 ; S. 608, 41. Cf. oþ-íwan.
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