inlædan

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *in (in, into) + Proto-Germanic *laidijaną (to lead, cause to go), causative of Proto-Germanic *līþaną (to go), from Proto-Indo-European *leit-, *leith- (to leave, depart, die). Equivalent to Old English in- (in, into) + lǣdan (to lead). Cognate with Old High German inleitan (to introduce).

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inlǣdan

  1. to lead in, bring in
  2. to introduce
  3. to conduct, lead up, bring forward

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