Contionary:frisǣčin

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Valthungian

Etymology

From Middle Valthungian frisǣtjen, from Old Valthungian frisehtjan, from Griutungi frisahtjan, cf. Gothic frisahtjan; earlier etymology uncertain, unliklely from ProtoGermanic.


Pronunciation

  • IPA: //friˈseːʧin/
  • Rhymes: -in

Noun

frisǣčin v.wk.1ija

  1. to imagine, to visualize, to picture.
    • Frisǣti hita: Sičilia, jēr njuntǣn hunda twǣtiǧiþrīja…
    • ‘Pitcure it: Sicily, 1923…’

Inflection

Class 1 Weak Verb: frisǣčin
Infinitive   Indicative Subjunctive
frisǣčin   Present
1sg. frisǣčia frisǣčia
Present Participle 2sg. frisǣtis frisǣčis
frisǣčinþs 3sg. frisǣtiþ frisǣčia
1pl. frisǣčim frisǣčim
Past Participle 2pl. frisǣtiþ frisǣčiþ
frisātiþs 3pl. frisǣčinþ frisǣčin
  Past
Imperative 1sg. frisātiða frisātiǧa
frisǣti 2sg. frisātiðas frisātiðis
frisǣčiða 3sg. frisātiða frisātiðe
frisǣčim 1pl. frisātiðum frisātiðim
frisǣčiþ 2pl. frisātiðuþ frisātiðiþ
frisǣčinþa 3pl. frisātiðun frisātiðin