mustar

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See also: mustár and muștar

Ido[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From English must, from Middle English moste (must, literally had to), from Old English mōste (had to), 1st & 3rd person singular past tense of mōtan (to be allowed, be able to, have the opportunity to, be compelled to, must, may). Cognate with Dutch moest (had to), German musste (had to), Swedish måste (must, have to, be obliged to). More at mote.

Verb[edit]

mustar (present tense mustas, past tense mustis, future tense mustos, imperative mustez, conditional mustus)

  1. to have to (must)
    Me mustas irar.
    I have to go.

Conjugation[edit]