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===Etymology===
 
===Etymology===
From {{proto|gem-pro|wanjanan|to accustom, be used to|lang=osx}}. Cognate with Old Frisian {{term|wennia}}, Old English {{term|wenian}}, Dutch {{term|wennen}}, Old High German {{term|wennen}} (German {{term|gewöhnen}}), Old Norse {{term|venja}} (Danish {{term|vænne}}, Swedish {{term|vänja}}).
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From {{etyl|gem-pro|osx}} {{recons|wanjanan||to accustom, be used to|lang=osx}}. Cognate with Old Frisian {{term|wennia|lang=ofs}}, Old English {{term|wenian|lang=ang}}, Dutch {{term|wennen|lang=nl}}, Old High German {{term|wennen|lang=goh}} (German {{term|gewöhnen|lang=de}}), Old Norse {{term|venja|lang=non}} (Danish {{term|vænne|lang=da}}, Swedish {{term|vänja|lang=sv}}).
   
 
===Verb===
 
===Verb===

Revision as of 23:30, 6 October 2012

Old Saxon

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic Template:recons. Cognate with Old Frisian wennia, Old English wenian, Dutch wennen, Old High German wennen (German gewöhnen), Old Norse venja (Danish vænne, Swedish vänja).

Verb

wennian

  1. Template:transitive to accustom

Conjugation