herian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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herian
Add:I. to extol the merits of, express approbation of Wé heriað (-igad, v.l. ). Past. 230, 7. Herigeað (-igað, v. l. ), l. Heriegeað, 39, 8. Hé hit herede, 53, 8. Lǽrað hí hit ǽlcne ðára ðe hit gehiérð herian, 427, 17. Hcrigean, 55, 7. Tó herianne (-igeanne, v. l. ), 52, 19. Tó herigenne, 353, 25. Hered, 451, 19. II. to extol the attributes of Deity Heraþ concelebrat, An. Ox. 2612. On dægred man sceal God herian, Btwk. 194, JO. v. á-herian, efen-herian, ge-herian, wíd-herian; mæþel-hergende un-hered.
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