læran

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From Proto-Germanic *laizijaną, from *laizō (lore). Cognate with Old Frisian lēra (West Frisian leare), Old Saxon lērian (Low German lehren), Old Dutch lēren (Dutch leren), Old High German lēran, lēren (German lehren), Old Norse lǽra (Danish lære, Swedish lära).

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lǣran

  1. to teach

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