farmunan

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Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From far- + munan. Related to Old English gemunan.

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farmunan

  1. to deny
    • endi quiðis, thak ik thīn hērro ni sī, ac thu farmanst mīna mundburd
      and you say that I am not your lord, but you deny my protection
      (Heliand, verses 4694 and 4695)
  2. to despise
    • so farmunste ina that manno folc
      then that mankind despised him
      (Heliand, verse 2658)

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