gese

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Etymology[edit]

Apparently from earlier *jīese, *jǣasi (so be it), from *jǣa, *jǣ (yes, so) + *sī, *sīe (be [it]!). Compare nese (no). More at ġēa, sēon.

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ġēse

  1. yes, of course, so be it

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