langian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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langian
to grow long, langian to cause longing, may be taken together. Add:I. to lengthen (intrans.) Syððan langað seó niht and wanað se dæg, Angl. viii. 311, 28. Éfern longeð aduesperascit , Lk. R. 24, 29. II. impers. to cause longing, &c. Mé á langað (it ever distresses me ) þæs þe ic þé on þyssum hýnðum wát, Seel. 154. Longað þonne þý lǽs þe him con leóða worn he that knows many songs sorrows the less , Gu. Ex. 170. Ongan mé langian for mínre hæftnýde (my captivity began to be irksome to me ), and ic ongan gyrnan ic sóhte mín mynster, Shrn. 41, 17. v. of-langod.
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