detta III “fall (dead)”

“go numb”

intransitive

active voice
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek dett 1pl vér dettum 1sg ek detta 1pl vér dettim
2sg þú dettr 2pl þér dettið 2sg þú dettir 2pl þér dettið
3sg hon dettr 3pl þau detta 3sg hon detti 3pl þau detti
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek datt 1pl vér duttum 1sg ek dytta 1pl vér dyttim
2sg þú dazt 2pl þér duttuð 2sg þú dyttir 2pl þér dyttið
3sg hon datt 3pl þau duttu 3sg hon dytti 3pl þau dytti
preterite infinitive duttu
past participle f. dottin m. dottinn n. dottit
imperative 2sg dett 1pl dettum 2pl dettið
middle voice: dettask
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek dettumk 1pl vér dettumk 1sg ek dettumk 1pl vér dettimk
2sg þú dezk 2pl þér dettizk 2sg þú dettisk 2pl þér dettizk
3sg hon dezk 3pl þau dettask 3sg hon dettisk 3pl þau dettisk
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek duttumk 1pl vér duttumk 1sg ek dyttumk 1pl vér dyttimk
2sg þú dazk 2pl þér duttuzk 2sg þú dyttisk 2pl þér dyttizk
3sg hon dazk 3pl þau duttusk 3sg hon dyttisk 3pl þau dyttisk
past participle n. dottizk
imperative 2sg dezk 1pl dettumk 2pl dettizk

PG dentan. Cf. Dutch deinzen “recoil” (PG dantisōn).

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