Category:Old English class 2 strong verbs

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  1. hreoƿan
  2. ƿiþteon
  3. ƿiþceosan
  4. seoþan
  5. ƿreon
  6. bebeodan
  7. misbeodan
  8. wiþteon
  9. onteon
  10. toteon
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  1. bihreosan
  2. abeodan
  3. ofteon
  4. bebugan
  5. bereofan
  6. bescufan
  7. geteon
  8. unlucan
  9. begeotan
  10. wiþceosan

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Verbs where the ablaut vowel was followed by -w- in Proto-Indo-European.


The vowel pattern is:

Form Regular Anomalous
Present tense -ēo- -ū-
Past singular ind. -ēa- -ēa-
Past general -u- -u-
Past participle -o- -o-