draga VI “haul, drag”

“inhale; gain, amass; extend”

transitive/impersonal transitive (acc/dat: varies by sense)

active voice
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek dreg 1pl vér drǫgum 1sg ek draga 1pl vér dragim
2sg þú dregr 2pl þér dragið 2sg þú dragir 2pl þér dragið
3sg hon dregr 3pl þau draga 3sg hon dragi 3pl þau dragi
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek dró 1pl vér drógum 1sg ek drœga 1pl vér drœgim
2sg þú drótt 2pl þér dróguð 2sg þú drœgir 2pl þér drœgið
3sg hon dró 3pl þau drógu 3sg hon drœgi 3pl þau drœgi
preterite infinitive drógu
past participle f. dregin m. dreginn n. dregit
imperative 2sg drag 1pl drǫgum 2pl dragið
middle voice: dragask “move”
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek drǫgumk 1pl vér drǫgumk 1sg ek drǫgumk 1pl vér dragimk
2sg þú dregsk 2pl þér dragizk 2sg þú dragisk 2pl þér dragizk
3sg hon dregsk 3pl þau dragask 3sg hon dragisk 3pl þau dragisk
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek drógumk 1pl vér drógumk 1sg ek drœgumk 1pl vér drœgimk
2sg þú drózk 2pl þér dróguzk 2sg þú drœgisk 2pl þér drœgizk
3sg hon drósk 3pl þau drógusk 3sg hon drœgisk 3pl þau drœgisk
past participle n. dregizk
imperative 2sg dragsk 1pl drǫgumk 2pl dragizk

PG dragan, OE dragan VI, ME drauen, MnE draw, Dutch dragen, German tragen “carry,” perhaps Latin trahere “draw, drag.” Source or cognate of MnE drag.

Corpus search: present active / preterite active / present reflexive / preterite reflexive

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