nemnian

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Proto-Germanic *namnijaną (to name), from Proto-Germanic *namô (name). Akin to Old Frisian namna "to name", Old High German namnan, nemnan, nemman, nennan (German nennen), Old Norse nefna "to name", Old English nama (name)

Verb[edit]

nemnian

  1. to name, call
  2. to enumerate
  3. to address, speak to
  4. to nominate
  5. to invoke, mention, mention by name
  6. to relate

Synonyms[edit]


Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Proto-Germanic *namnijaną (to name), from Proto-Germanic *namô (name). Akin to Old Frisian namna "to name", Old High German namnan, nemnan, nemman, nennan (German nennen), Old Norse nefna "to name".

Verb[edit]

nemnian

  1. to name, call
  2. to nominate
  3. to relate

Conjugation[edit]