fara VI “go”

“travel; die”

intransitive/impersonal intransitive

active voice
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek fer 1pl vér fǫrum 1sg ek fara 1pl vér farim
2sg þú ferr 2pl þér farið 2sg þú farir 2pl þér farið
3sg hon ferr 3pl þau fara 3sg hon fari 3pl þau fari
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek fór 1pl vér fórum 1sg ek fœra 1pl vér fœrim
2sg þú fórt 2pl þér fóruð 2sg þú fœrir 2pl þér fœrið
3sg hon fór 3pl þau fóru 3sg hon fœri 3pl þau fœri
preterite infinitive fóru
past participle f. farin m. farinn n. farit
imperative 2sg far 1pl fǫrum 2pl farið
middle voice: farask “fare; perish”
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek fǫrumk 1pl vér fǫrumk 1sg ek fǫrumk 1pl vér farimk
2sg þú fersk 2pl þér farizk 2sg þú farisk 2pl þér farizk
3sg hon fersk 3pl þau farask 3sg hon farisk 3pl þau farisk
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek fórumk 1pl vér fórumk 1sg ek fœrumk 1pl vér fœrimk
2sg þú fórzk 2pl þér fóruzk 2sg þú fœrisk 2pl þér fœrizk
3sg hon fórsk 3pl þau fórusk 3sg hon fœrisk 3pl þau fœrisk
past participle n. farizk
imperative 2sg farsk 1pl fǫrumk 2pl farizk

PG *faraną, OE faran VI, ME fāren, MnE fare, Dutch varen, German fahren, Latin portāre “carry.” Related to Latin peritus “experienced,” portāre “carry.” Causatives are fœra 1, ferja 1.

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