ræswan

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *rēswaną (to think, reckon, calculate), from Proto-Germanic *rē-, *rai-, *rī- (to count, talk), from Proto-Indo-European *rei- (to reason, count). Related to Old English rǣs (counsel, deliberation), Old High German reda, redī (account, speech, reply, story), Gothic 𐍂𐌰𐌸𐌾𐍉 (raþjō, account, number, explanation), Old English rīm (number, calculation). More at rhyme.

Verb[edit]

rǣswan

  1. to think, consider
  2. to suppose, suspect, conjecture

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Noun[edit]

rǣswan

  1. Oblique form of rǣswa