mustar

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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]