ge-teórian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-teórian
l. ge-teórian, and add: I. of persons, to be exhausted, be fatigued. 1. of bodily weariness Gif mon fram longum wege geteórod sié, Lch. ii. 150, 19. Mé genihtsumiað þás tintrega, for þon ic eom geteórod . . . þú wást þá menniscan týddernysse, Bl. H. 243, 27. 2. of mental weariness Nis hit nán wundor ðeáh þú getiórie (-týrige, v. l.) verendum est, ne deviis fatigatus . . . , Bt. 40, 5; F. 240, 23. (2 a) to grow weary of doing, cease from weariness to do :-- Ic þ é bidde þú ne geteórige for mé gebiddan, Hml. S. 23 b, 320. II. of things, to be used up, come to an end, fail. 1. material þá hyra feoh geteórode cum defecisset emptoribus pretium. Gen. 47, 15. Þá win geteórode defciente uino, Jn. 2, 3. 2. non-material Him nǽfre seó langung ne geteórode, Bl. H. 113, 14. Án weorc hé hsæfde . . . nǽfre geteórod one work he had that never failed, Hml. S. . . 23 b, 35. v. ungeteórod.
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