giet

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See also: giết

Dutch[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (file)
  • Rhymes: -it

Verb[edit]

giet

  1. first-, second- and third-person singular present indicative of gieten
  2. imperative of gieten

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *juta.

Pronunciation[edit]

Adverb[edit]

ġīet

  1. still
    Rīnþ hit ġīet ūte?
    Is it still raining outside?
    • c. 897, Alfred the Great, translation of Pope Gregory's Pastoral Care
      Hēr man mæġ ġīet ġesēon heora swæþ, ac wē him ne cunnon æfter spyrian.
      Here, you can still see their footprints, but we don't know how to follow after them.
    • late 10th century, Ælfric, the Old English Hexateuch, Genesis 45:3
      And hē cwæþ tō his ġebrōðrum, "Iċ eom Iosep! Leofaþ ūre fæder nū ġīet?"
      And he said to his brothers, "I'm Joseph! Is our father still alive?"
    • Genesis 45:28
      And hē cwæþ "Iċ hæbbe ġenōg ġif Iosep mīn sunu ġīet leofaþ. Iċ fare and ġesēo hine ǣr þām þe iċ swelte."
      And he said, "I have enough if my son Joseph is still alive. I'll go and see him before I die."
  2. (in negative phrases) yet
  3. even (used to emphasize comparatives)
    Iċ wæs strang ǣr, ac nū iċ eom ġīet strengra.
    I was strong before, but now I am even stronger.

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