wlatian

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *wlaitōną(to see, look), from Proto-Indo-European *wel-(to see). Cognate with Old Norse leita(to look for, seek). Related to Old English wlītan(to gaze, observe), wlite(appearance, form, aspect).

Verb[edit]

wlātian

  1. To gaze, look upon, behold
  2. To loathe
  3. To cause someone to loathe

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