vita pretpres (I) “know, know of”

“be known of; learn, discover; go, turn; try; face; be in one’s right mind”

transitive/impersonal transitive (acc/clausal object)/intransitive

active voice
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek veit 1pl vér vitum 1sg ek vita 1pl vér vitim
2sg þú veizt 2pl þér vituð 2sg þú vitir 2pl þér vitið
3sg hon veit 3pl þau vitu 3sg hon viti 3pl þau viti
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek vissa 1pl vér vissum 1sg ek vissa 1pl vér vissim
2sg þú vissir 2pl þér vissuð 2sg þú vissir 2pl þér vissið
3sg hon vissi 3pl þau vissu 3sg hon vissi 3pl þau vissi
preterite infinitive vissu
past participle f. vitað m. vitaðr n. vitat
imperative 2sg vit 1pl vitum 2pl vitið
middle voice: vitask
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek vitumk 1pl vér vitumk 1sg ek vitumk 1pl vér vitimk
2sg þú veizk 2pl þér vituzk 2sg þú vitisk 2pl þér vitizk
3sg hon veizk 3pl þau vitusk 3sg hon vitisk 3pl þau vitisk
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek vissumk 1pl vér vissumk 1sg ek vissumk 1pl vér vissimk
2sg þú vissisk 2pl þér vissuzk 2sg þú vissisk 2pl þér vissizk
3sg hon vissisk 3pl þau vissusk 3sg hon vissisk 3pl þau vissisk
past participle n. vitazk
imperative 2sg vizk 1pl vitumk 2pl vitizk

PG *witaną, OE witan pret-pres (I), ME witen, MnE wit, Dutch weten, German wissen; further Latin vidēre “see,” which reflects the verb’s original sense. Inflected variants include participle forms vituðr, vitinn.

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