ge-þoftian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-þoftian
Substitute: To make a league or alliance with, league, ally oneself. 1. to league together, with reflex. dat. or acc. Seleucus and Demetrias hí (him, Bos. 75, 14) tógædere geþoftedan Seleucus Demetrio jungitur, Ors. 3, 11; S. 150, 29. 2. to league with (wi) a person Cassander geþoftade wið Ptholomeus and wið Lisimachus and wið Seleucus, and hié ealle winnende wǽron wið Antigones Ptolomaeus et Cassander, inita cum Lysimacho et Seleuco societate, bellum instruunt, S. 148, 34. (2 a) with reflex. dat. :-- Geoweorþa geþoftade him wiþ Bohan Iugurtha societatem cum Boccho fecit, 5, 7; S. 230, 8.
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