Last modified on 27 August 2013, at 02:00

gefræge

Old EnglishEdit

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PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

gefrǣge n

  1. An inquiring, a knowing, knowledge, information, hearsay
    Mīne gefrǣge. — in my knowledge; as I am informed

DeclensionEdit

AdjectiveEdit

gefrǣge

  1. known, renowned, celebrated, remarkable, noted, famous, notorious, infamous
    Ic eom folcum gefrǣge. — I am known among the folk.
    Wæs ūre līf fracuþ and gefrǣge. — Our life was vile and notorious.

DeclensionEdit

Weak Strong
singular plural singular plural
m n f m n f m n f
nominative gefrǣga gefrǣge gefrǣge gefrǣgan nom. gefrǣge gefrǣge gefrǣgu gefrǣge gefrǣgu, -e gefrǣga, -e
accusative gefrǣgan gefrǣge gefrǣgan acc. gefrǣgne gefrǣge gefrǣge gefrǣge gefrǣgu, -e gefrǣga, -e
genitive gefrǣgan gefrǣgra, gefrǣgena gen. gefrǣges gefrǣges gefrǣgre gefrǣgra
dative gefrǣgan gefrǣgum dat. gefrǣgum gefrǣgum gefrǣgre gefrǣgum
instrumental gefrǣge


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