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1. yit pron.

13 quotations in 1 sense
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As subj. of a verb: (a) you two; (b) yit (…) bo, yit (…) bothe, both of you; (c) with more than two persons as referent: you;—?error for ye pron.

2. andȝit n.

15 quotations in 2 senses
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(a) Intellect, intelligence, understanding (as one of the three 'faculties' of man, i.e. memory, intellect, & will); (b) perception, feeling (attributed to the 'soul'); (c) a sense (such as sight…

3. gith n.

7 quotations in 1 sense
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A plant whose seeds were used as a condiment Nigella sativa.

4. yẹ̄̆t adv.

306 quotations in 7 senses
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(a) In addition to a claim, an assertion, a remark, an explanation, etc. already made, further, additionally; also, moreover, furthermore; also, used parenthetically: to continue, one might add; yet

5. guite n.

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?A young man.

6. yetten adv.

12 quotations in 3 senses
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Moreover, furthermore; also; eft…yetten; other…yetten, ?or else.

7. ink pron. (dual)

21 quotations in 3 senses
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As direct or indirect object of a verb, object of a prep. or inf.: you two; ink beien (bothe), both of you.

8. foryē̆ten v.

179 quotations in 5 senses
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(a) To fail to remember (an action, emotion, idea), to forget or disregard (a condition, fact, quality, duty, promise); (b) to overlook, mislay, or leave behind (a material object); (c) with inf.: to…