fæstnian

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *fastinōną, from *fastuz(fast, secure). Cognate with Old Frisian festna, Old Saxon fastnōn, Old High German fastinōn (German festnen).

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fæstnian

  1. to fasten or fix; to establish

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