miþan

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See also: mithan and miðan

Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *mīþaną. Cognate with Old Saxon mīþan (Middle Low German mîden), Dutch mijden, Old High German mīdan (German meiden).

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mīþan

  1. to hide, conceal, dissemble
    Cyriacus hygerune ne mað to Gode cleopode.
    Cyriacus did not hide his mind's secret, but cried out to God.

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