ascian

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin ascius (without shadow), from Ancient Greek ἄσκιος (áskios, without shadow), from ἀ- (a-, not) + σκιά (skiá, shadow)

Noun[edit]

ascian (plural ascians or ascii)

  1. person or thing without a shadow
  2. person or thing found close to the Equator

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-West Germanic *aiskōn.

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Verb[edit]

āscian

  1. to ask
  2. to demand
  3. to learn about by asking

Usage notes[edit]

The word for to ask for something is biddan.

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