obeir

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See also: obéir and obeïr

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From Latin oboedīre, present active infinitive of oboediō.

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obeir (first-person singular present obeeixo, past participle obeït)

  1. to obey
    Antonym: desobeir
    • 2009, Jean Grave, Les Aventures d'en Nono:
      Un fill ha obeir els seus pares sense discutir
      A son must obey his parents without discussion

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Middle French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French obeir.

Verb[edit]

obeir

  1. to obey

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  • French: obéir

Old French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Latin oboedīre, present active infinitive of oboediō.

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obeir

  1. to obey

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