amasian

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From ā- (perfective prefix) + *masian (to confound), from Proto-Germanic *masōną (to confound, be weary, dream), from Proto-Indo-European *mā- (to stupefy). Akin to Old Norse masa (to struggle, be confused), Ancient Greek μάτη (mátē, folly), μέμαα (mémaa, I was eager). More at automatic.

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āmasian

  1. to amaze
  2. to confuse, confound, perplex

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