bejaka

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Swedish[edit]

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From Old Swedish beiaka, equivalent to be- +‎ jaka. See also Danish bejae and German bejahen.

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bejaka (present bejakar, preterite bejakade, supine bejakat, imperative bejaka)

  1. to answer a question with "yes".
  2. (figuratively, transitive) to welcome, act positively towards someone.

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