Category:Proto-Germanic class 5 strong verbs

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Verbs where the ablaut vowel was followed by consonant other than a sonorant in Proto-Indo-European.

The vowel pattern is:

Form Regular j-present
Present tense -e- -i-
Past singular ind. -a- -a-
Past general -ē- -ē-
Past participle -e- -e-

The verb *etaną is anomalous as it has -ē- in the past singular as well.


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