eglan

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Proto-Germanic *aglijaną, *aglujaną (to trouble, vex), from Proto-Germanic *agluz (troublesome, painful, loathsome), from Proto-Indo-European *agh-lo-, from Proto-Indo-European *agh- (to be afraid, be depressed). Akin to Gothic -agljan, Middle Low German egelen "to annoy", Old English eġle "loathsome, grievous, painful", Gothic agls "shameful"

Verb[edit]

eġlan

  1. to trouble, pain, vex, plague, ail, molest, afflict

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