macian

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macian

  1. (Early Middle English) Alternative form of maken

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Etymology[edit]

From earlier *makejan [ˈmɑ.ke.jɑn], from *makœ̄jan [ˈmɑ.køː.jɑn], from *makōjan [ˈmɑ.koː.jɑn], from Anglo-Frisian *mækōjan [ˈmæ.koː.jɑn], from North Sea Germanic *makōjan [ˈmɑ.koː.jɑn], from West Germanic *makōn [ˈmɑ.koːn], from Proto-Germanic *makōną [ˈmɑ.koː.nɑ̃].

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macian

  1. to make

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