hanga VII “hang”

intransitive

active voice
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek hangi 1pl vér hǫngum 1sg ek hanga 1pl vér hangim
2sg þú hangir 2pl þér hangið 2sg þú hangir 2pl þér hangið
3sg hon hangir 3pl þau hanga 3sg hon hangi 3pl þau hangi
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek hekk 1pl vér hengum 1sg ek henga 1pl vér hengim
2sg þú hekkt 2pl þér henguð 2sg þú hengir 2pl þér hengið
3sg hon hekk 3pl þau hengu 3sg hon hengi 3pl þau hengi
preterite infinitive hengu
past participle f. hangin m. hanginn n. hangit
imperative 2sg hang 1pl hǫngum 2pl hangið
middle voice: hangask
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek hǫngumk 1pl vér hǫngumk 1sg ek hǫngumk 1pl vér hangimk
2sg þú hangisk 2pl þér hangizk 2sg þú hangisk 2pl þér hangizk
3sg hon hangisk 3pl þau hangask 3sg hon hangisk 3pl þau hangisk
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek hengumk 1pl vér hengumk 1sg ek hengumk 1pl vér hengimk
2sg þú hekkzk 2pl þér henguzk 2sg þú hengisk 2pl þér hengizk
3sg hon hekksk 3pl þau hengusk 3sg hon hengisk 3pl þau hengisk
past participle n. hangizk
imperative 2sg hangsk 1pl hǫngumk 2pl hangizk

PG *hanhaną, OE hōn VII and weak hangian 2, both of which combined with the ON causative hengja 1 to become ME hō̆ngen, MnE hang; Dutch hangen, German hängen (following confusion with the causative, Latin cūnctārī “linger; hesitate”). The present indicative is class 3 weak, and sometimes so is the preterite indicative. Preterite variant hékk.

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