æt-

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old English æt "at". More at æt

Prefix[edit]

æt-

  1. at, near; toward
    ætbēon (to be present)
  2. away, off
    ætbreġdan (to carry off, take away)
  3. to
    ætclīþan (to stick [to], adhere to)
  4. intensely, excessively
    æteġian (to inflict, harm, grieve, vex, plague)
    ætealdod (too old)

Descendants[edit]