flyte

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

flyte (plural flytes)

  1. Alternative spelling of flite
    • Saintsbury
      The bird of Pallas has also a good flyte on the moral side [] in his suggestion that the principal effect of the nightingale's song is to make women false to their husbands.

Verb[edit]

flyte (third-person singular simple present flytes, present participle flyting, simple past and past participle flyted)

  1. Alternative spelling of flite

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse fljóta

Verb[edit]

flyte (imperative flyt, present tense flyter, simple past fløt or fløyt, past participle flytt, present participle flytende)

  1. to float
  2. to flow; run
  3. to overflow

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