spurnan

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Proto-Germanic *spurnaną (to kick), from Proto-Indo-European *spere- (ankle). Akin to Old Frisian spurna, Old Saxon spurnan, Old High German spurnan, Old Norse sporna "to kick", Latin sperno, spernere "to scorn"

Verb[edit]

spurnan

  1. to kick, strike against
  2. to spurn, reject, scorn, despise; stumble

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Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Proto-Germanic *spurnaną (to kick), from Proto-Indo-European *spere- (ankle). Akin to Old Frisian spurna, Old English spurnan, Old High German spurnan, Old Norse sporna "to kick", Latin sperno, spernere "to scorn"

Verb[edit]

spurnan

  1. to kick, trample