feolan

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Old English[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *felhaną. Cognate with Old Frisian fela (West Frisian befeljen), Old Saxon felhan and bifelhan (Low German befehlen), Dutch bevelen, Old High German felahan, felhan (German befehlen).

Verb[edit]

fēolan

  1. to reach; penetrate; come; pass
  2. to cling; cleave; stick; adhere
  3. to persist

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Etymology 2[edit]

Variant of felġan, from Proto-Germanic *felganą (to wend; proceed).

Verb[edit]

fēolan

  1. to press on
  2. to make one's way
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