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HatanEdit

Hatan has several meanings. As a regular verb it means "to command" or "to vow" or "to call by a name". There is also a 'preterite-present' version of the verb meaning "to be named".

Hatan regularEdit

(To call or command or vow)

PresentEdit

  • Ic hate
  • Þu hatest or hætst
  • He hateþ or hat or hæt
  • We / ge / hie hataþ

Past tense ('preterite')Edit

  • Ic / he het or heht
  • Þu hetst or hehtst
  • We / ge / hie hehton or heton

Past participleEdit

  • gehaten

Hatan preterite-presentEdit

(To be called) In this version, the present tense and past tense (preterite) are the same.

PresentEdit

  • Ic hatte
  • Þu hattest
  • He hatte
  • We / ge / hie hatton

PreteriteEdit

  • Ic hatte
  • Þu hattest
  • He hatte
  • We / ge / hie hatton

Past participleEdit

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