sletta III “slide”

intransitive

active voice
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek slett 1pl vér slettum 1sg ek sletta 1pl vér slettim
2sg þú slettr 2pl þér slettið 2sg þú slettir 2pl þér slettið
3sg hon slettr 3pl þau sletta 3sg hon sletti 3pl þau sletti
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek slatt 1pl vér sluttum 1sg ek slytta 1pl vér slyttim
2sg þú slazt 2pl þér sluttuð 2sg þú slyttir 2pl þér slyttið
3sg hon slatt 3pl þau sluttu 3sg hon slytti 3pl þau slytti
preterite infinitive sluttu
past participle f. slottin m. slottinn n. slottit
imperative 2sg slett 1pl slettum 2pl slettið
middle voice: slettask (not attested)
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek slettumk 1pl vér slettumk 1sg ek slettumk 1pl vér slettimk
2sg þú slezk 2pl þér slettizk 2sg þú slettisk 2pl þér slettizk
3sg hon slezk 3pl þau slettask 3sg hon slettisk 3pl þau slettisk
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek sluttumk 1pl vér sluttumk 1sg ek slyttumk 1pl vér slyttimk
2sg þú slazk 2pl þér sluttuzk 2sg þú slyttisk 2pl þér slyttizk
3sg hon slazk 3pl þau sluttusk 3sg hon slyttisk 3pl þau slyttisk
past participle n. slottizk
imperative 2sg slezk 1pl slettumk 2pl slettizk

PG *slintaną. Related to Dutch slenteren “saunter” and the ME, MnE noun slant. Only the preterite singular is attested. More commonly found is its weak causative, sletta 1 “slap” (sletti, slettr; PG *slantijaną).

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