fulmaken

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Middle English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From ful- +‎ maken

Verb[edit]

fulmaken (third-person singular simple present fulmaketh, present participle fulmakinge, simple past and past participle fulmade)

  1. complete, perfect; grow full; achieve, execute, carry out, accomplish, perform, dispatch, finish, establish
    Fulmake mi steppes in sties þine. — Northern Verse Psalter, 1400
    Mone þat schines brighte, Fulmade in euer newe. — Northern Verse Psalter, 1400

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