driosan

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Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *dreusaną. Cognate with Old English drēosan.

Pronunciation[edit]

The spelling with ⟨io⟩ is rare, so that it is not certain whether it might merely be a spelling convention copied from Old Dutch and Old High German.

Verb[edit]

driosan

  1. to decline, fall

Conjugation[edit]