fandian

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See also: fàndiàn

Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *fandōną(to find out), related to *finþaną(to come upon, find), from Proto-Indo-European *pent-(to go, pass, bridge). Akin to Old Frisian fandia, fandlia (West Frisian fanljen), Old Saxon fandōn, Old High German fantōn (German fanden, fahnden).

Verb[edit]

fandian

  1. to try, tempt, prove, test
  2. to examine, explore; seek, research

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