freogan

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From Proto-Germanic *frijōną, from Proto-Indo-European *preyH-.

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frēoġan

  1. to free, to liberate
    Freo hine on ðam seofoðan geare: free him in the seventh year. (Deuteronomy)
  2. to like, to love, to honour
    Ic ðec for sunu wylle freogan: I will love you as a son. (Beowulf)

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