missan

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *missijaną(to go wrong), from Proto-Germanic *missa-(changed, wrong), from Proto-Indo-European *mei-(to change). Akin to Old Frisian missa, Old High German missen, Old Norse missa. Akin to Old English miss(loss, absence)

Verb[edit]

missan

  1. to miss, miss the mark; fail
  2. to escape notice

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