erian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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erian
AddOf ðám tíman ðe man ǽrest ereð oð Martinus mæssan hé sceal ǽlcre wucan erian .i. æcer . . . His gafolyrðe III. æceras erige, Ll. Th. i. 434, 14-19. Wæs se mere áwend tó felda, swá man erode ealne þone fixnoþ, Nap. 22, 28. Þeáh hé erige his land mid ðúsend sula, Bt. 26, 3 ; F. 94, 14. Þeáh him mon erigan scyle ǽghwelce dæg æcera ðúsend quamvis rura centeno scindat opima bove, Met. 14, 4. Man mæg on wintra erian, Angl. ix. 261, 22. Ǽlce dæg ic (the ploughman) sceal erian fulne æcer oþþe máre, Coll. M. 19, 21. Hwylc man áþóhte ærest mid sul tó erianne? Ðæt wæs Cham, Noes sunu, Sal. K. p. 186, 28.
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