felan

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Old English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *fōlijaną (to feel, taste), from Proto-Indo-European *pal- (to swing, shake). Cognate with Old Frisian fēla (West Frisian fiele), Old Saxon gifōlian, Dutch voelen, Old High German fuolen (German fühlen); and with Latin palpō (touch softly, stroke, pat), Bulgarian палам (palam, search), Old East Slavic пальць (palĭcĭ) (Russian палец (palec, finger, toe)). More at feel.

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fēlan

  1. to feel; perceive; touch
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *felhaną.

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felan

  1. to reach, come, pass
  2. to cleave, stick, adhere

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Noun[edit]

felan

  1. definite singular of fela