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, 1st singular indicative), e ME sæge, e ME sæin, e ME sege, e ME seiȝc (plural subjunctive, transmission error), e ME seige, ME sa, ME saiȝe, ME sayȝe, ME sayhyng (participle), ME se, ME seey, ME seeyne, ME seȝe, ME seȝȝe, ME seiȝ, ME seiȝe, ME seih, ME sein, ME seine, ME seyȝ, ME seyȝe, ME seygh, ME seyȝn, ME seyn, ME seynt (transmission error), ME seyy, ME sy (perhaps transmission error), ME (15–16 ), e ME seȝh, e ME seȝþ, e ME seȝð, e ME sehȝ, e ME sehð, e ME seid, e ME seiet, e ME seieð, e ME seiȝeð, e ME seiȝþ, e ME seiðe, e ME seiz, e ME seyd, e ME seyð, e ME syeð, ME saise, ME sait, ME saiþ, ME saiþe, ME saitȝ, ME saiy (), OE secgat (perhaps transmission error), OE secgað, OE secgcaþ, OE secgce (before personal pronoun), OE secgeaþ, OE secgeað, OE secggeað, OE segcaþ, OE segcgað, OE seggaþ, OE segge (before personal pronoun), OE seicgaþ, OE–e ME sæcgað, OE–e ME secgaþ, OE–e ME secge (before personal pronoun), OE–e ME seggað, l OE secgeð, l OE–e ME seggeð, e ME sæcgæþ, e ME sæcgæð, e ME sæcge (before personal pronoun), e ME sæggæð, e ME sæggeð, e ME secgæð, e ME segeþ, e ME segeð, e ME segez, e ME segged, e ME seggenn ( ), e ME seggez, e ME siggeð, e ME siggit, e ME siggitȝ, e ME sigit, e ME sugeð, e ME suggeð, ME sege, ME segen, ME segge, ME seggen, ME segget, ME seggeþ, ME seggeth, ME seggyth, ME segyth, ME sigge, ME siggen, ME siggeþ, ME suggen, ME suggeþ, ME sygge, ME syggen, ME syggeþ, ME syggyþ, ME ziggeþ (), e ME saið, e ME seȝað, e ME seigen, e ME seiȝeð, ME sain, ME sais, ME saise, ME saiþ, ME saith, ME saiþe, ME sane, ME sas, ME sayeþ, ME sayethe, ME sayȝen, ME sayis, ME sayth, ME se, ME sei, ME seieþ, ME seiȝe, ME sein, ME seine, ME seis, ME seise, ME seiþ, ME seith, ME seye, ME seyeþ, ME seyeth, ME seyȝ (), ME seyin, ME seyne, ME seys, ME seyt, ME seyþ, ME seyþe, ME seythe, ME seyyn, ME seyyth, ME syn, ME–15 saien, ME–15 saies, ME–15 sayen, ME–15 sayn, ME–15 sayne, ME–15 says, ME–15 seie, ME–15 seien, ME–15 seyen, ME–15 seyn, ME–15 seyth, ME–15 (19– ), ME sai, ME saie, ME sais, ME saise, ME saye, ME sayeþ, ME sayeth, ME says, ME sayþ, ME saythe, ME sei, ME seieþ, ME seieth, ME seiȝth, ME seis, ME seiþe, ME seith, ME seyeþ, ME seyeth, ME seyȝt, ME seyith, ME seys, ME seyth, ME seyyth, ME syhtthe, ME sythe, ME–15 sey, ME– say; also pre-17 sad, pre-17 sade, pre-17 saed, pre-17 saide, pre-17 sayde, pre-17 sayid, pre-17 sayit, pre-17 sead, pre-17 sed, pre-17 seyd, pre-17 seyde, pre-17 17– said, pre-17 19– sayd, pre-17 19– sayed; also ), e ME sehid, e ME sei (probably transmission error), e ME sey (probably transmission error), ME isaid, ME isaide, ME isayd, ME isayde, ME ised, ME iseid, ME iseide, ME iseiid, ME iseyd, ME iseyde, ME jsaide, ME jsayde, ME sad, ME saede, ME sai (transmission error), ME sayt, ME sede, ME seedy (transmission error), ME seit, ME ysade, ME ysaid, ME ysaide, ME ysaied, ME ysayd, ME ysayde, ME ysed, ME yseid, ME yseide, ME yseit, ME yseyd, ME yseyde, ME yzed () sed, ME–15 saed, ME–15 saiede, ME–15 seid, ME–15 seide, ME–15 seied, ME–15 seyd, ME–15 seyde, ME–15 seyed, ME–15 ysayd, ME–15 ysayde, ME–15 ysed, ME–16 sade, ME–16 saide, ME–16 saied, ME–16 sayd, ME–16 sayde, ME–16 sayed, ME– said, 15 sayede, 15 seede, 15–17 say'd; pre-17 sad, pre-17 sade, pre-17 saed, pre-17 saidd- (inflected form), pre-17 saide, pre-17 sayd, pre-17 saydd- (inflected form), pre-17 sayde, pre-17 sayed, pre-17 sayid, pre-17 scaid (transmission error), pre-17 sead, pre-17 sed, pre-17 sedde, pre-17 sede, pre-17 seid, pre-17 seyd, pre-17 seyde, pre-17 17– said; also ).

As with other weak Class III verbs, details of the early development are uncertain and disputed, and influence of weak Class I and II verbs on the paradigm is likely; for a fuller discussion of the Old English forms and their prehistory see A.

‘Phelim,’ said the master, ‘I'll invert you as a scarecrow for dunces...’ ‘But how will you manage that ?

A great circle of the sphere, drawn along the middle of the zodiac, making an angle with the equator of about 23° 18'; the apparent path of the sun.

the altitude of the north pole above the horizon, A.

queen of the elves, fairy-queen, B 1978, 1980, D 860.

137; A 1669, 3271, B 792, E 1227, F 631, 1553, G 1263; another time, 3.

622; in effect, in fact, in reality, in practice, A 319, G 511; in the result, 5. 7 (the final e is suppressed); compass, H 160; Embracest, 2 pr. poison; Empoysone, I 514; Empoisoned, B 2519, 3850; Empoysoned, D 751. securing with 'lute,' daubing with clay, &c., so as to exclude air, G 766. 123; A 3166, E 769, I 81; search into, B 629; Enqueren, ger.

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