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wesan

From Proto-West Germanic *wesan, from Proto-Germanic *wesaną, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂wes-. The simple present forms originate from Proto-Indo-European *h₁es- ( “ to be ” ) , which had no infinitive or past tense in Proto-Germanic, but had already formed a single paradigm with *wesaną supplying the infinitive and past tense.

Архангел Михаил через Ронну Везан январь февраль 2021 год

Pronunciation Edit

    (key) : /ˈwe.sɑn/ , [ˈwe.zɑn]

Али Амиров — Назма «Элчана г1о дехьа ва Везан Дели».

Verb Edit

wesan

  1. to be, exist

Я Раббана везан Дели.

Usage notes Edit

The verb “to be” in Old English was suppletive, and used forms from at least three different roots. There were two distinct present stems, for which wesan and bēon were the two infinitive forms. The present bēon was used to express permanent truths (the “gnomic present”), while wesan was used for the present participle and the preterite. They shared the same past tense forms.

Conjugation Edit
infinitive wesan wesenne
indicative mood present tense past tense
first person singular eom wæs
second person singular eart wǣre
third person singular is wæs
plural sind , sindon wǣron
subjunctive present tense past tense
singular sīe wǣre
plural sīen wǣren
imperative
singular wes
plural wesaþ
participle present past
wesende
Synonyms Edit
Derived terms Edit
  • ætwesan ( “ to be present ” )
  • forewesan ( “ to be before ” )
  • ġewesan ( “ to be together ” )
  • wist ( “ being ” )

Архангел Михаил через Ронну Везан в 2020 году

Etymology 2 Edit

Pronunciation Edit

    (key) : /ˈweː.sɑn/ , [ˈweː.zɑn]

Али Амиров — «Боккхучу белхи Да вукха Хьо Везан Дели» — Хаза назма.

Verb Edit

wēsan

  1. to soak; to macerate; to dye
  2. to ooze

БОККХАЧУ БЕЛХИ ДА ВУКХА ХЬО ВА ВЕЗАН ДЕЛИ. Хаза назма Али Амиров, в гостьях у Рамзана Кадырова.

Conjugation Edit
infinitive wēsan wēsenne
indicative mood present tense past tense
first person singular wēse wēsde
second person singular wēsest , wēst wēsdest
third person singular wēseþ , wēst wēsde
plural wēsaþ wēsdon
subjunctive present tense past tense
singular wēse wēsde
plural wēsen wēsden
imperative
singular wēs
plural wēsaþ
participle present past
wēsende (ġe)wēsed

Alternative forms Edit

  • sīn ( less common infinitive, but became common over time )

Орца лохьа Везан Дела, Ла Илах1а Ил Аллах1!

Etymology Edit

Verb Edit

wesan

  1. to be, exist

Conjugation Edit

infinitive wesan
indicative present past
1st person singular bim was
2nd person singular bist wāri
3rd person singular ist was
1st person plural sum , sumes wārum , wārumes
2nd person plural sīt wārut
3rd person plural sint wārun
subjunctive present past
1st person singular wāri
2nd person singular sīs , sīst wāris , wārist
3rd person singular wāri
1st person plural sīm , sīmes wārim , wārimes
2nd person plural sīt wārit
3rd person plural sīn wārin
imperative present
singular wes
plural wesit
participle present past
wesanti giwesan

Derived terms Edit

  • giwesan ( past participle ) ( in some descendants, the strong -en ending was replaced by the weak -t ending, or elided )
    • Central Franconian: jewäs
    • Cimbrian: gabéest
    • , gebest
    • German: gewesen
    • Hunsrik: gewees
    • , geweest
    • Luxembourgish: gewiescht
    • Pennsylvania German: gewest

    Descendants Edit

    • Middle High German: wësen
      • Alemannic German: si
      • , sii , siin , sinh , ŝchi Swabian: [Term?]
      • Bavarian: sain
      • Cimbrian: sain
      • , soin , zèinan Mòcheno: sai’
      • Northern Bavarian: [z̥ai̯]
      • Central Franconian: sein
      • , senn , sinn Hunsrik: sin
      • Luxembourgish: sinn
      • East Central German: [Term?]
      • Erzgebirgisch: [saɪ] Upper Saxon: [Term?]
      • Vilamovian: zajn
      • East Franconian: [Term?]
      • German: sein
      • ( all forms ) ; Wesen
      • Rhine Franconian: sei
      • , senn , sinn Frankfurterisch: [sɑ̃ɪ] Pennsylvania German: sei
      • Yiddish: זײַן ‎ ( zayn )

      Хастам бу хьуна везан Дела

      Synonyms Edit

      • sīn ( rare infinitive )

      Etymology Edit

      From Proto-West Germanic *wesan, from Proto-Germanic *wesaną, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂wes-. The forms in b- derive from Proto-Germanic *beuną ( “ to be, exist, become ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *bʰuH- ( “ to grow, become, appear ” ) .

      шай д1акхелхин т1ахьиз йо1ан лекх ю

      везан

      везан е производна форма на везя (мин. страд. прич. м. р. ).

      Бай Али: Ас Деле эр дукх: везан Дела эшарш суна мегаш ца хилча со нохчи кхолла везаш ца хиллеркх Ахь

      Sleep and school attendance in adolescence: results from a large population-based study

      Background: The aim of this study was to examine the link between adolescent sleep and non-attendance in school.

      Везан дела ахь геч делахь! Дела элча ахь г1о делахь!

      Methods: A large population-based study from Norway conducted in 2022, the youth@hordaland study, surveyed 8,347 adolescents aged 16-19 years (54% girls). Self-reported sleep measures included bedtime, rise time, sleep duration, sleep efficiency, sleep onset latency (SOL), wake after sleep onset (WASO), insomnia symptoms, tiredness, and sleepiness. School attendance was obtained from national administrative registries.

      Везан дела ах геч делах шей д1а кхелхан йол т1ехиз йо1н локхш ю

      Results: Most sleep parameters were associated with increased risk of school non-attendance. After adjusting for gender and socioeconomic status, short sleep duration and sleep deficiency were the sleep measures with the highest odds of non-attendance (OR=4.61, CI 95% 3.29-6.46) and (OR=3.26, CI 95% 2.67-3.99), respectively). Also, large bedtime discrepancies in weekend versus weekdays were associated with non-attendance (OR=2.43, CI 95% 1.93-2.02), as well as insomnia (OR=2.25, CI % 1.89-2.67) and daytime tiredness (OR=2.09, CI 95% 1.70-2.57). The associations were somewhat reduced after additional adjustment for depression, but remained significant in the fully adjusted model.

      ПОСЛАНИЕ АРХАНГЕЛА МИХАИЛА НА СЕНТЯБРЬ 2020 г. Через Ронну Везан#Эра Возрождения

      Conclusion: The demonstrated relationship between sleep problems and school absence suggests that careful assessment of sleep is warranted when adolescents present with extensive school absence future studies on how the sleep-school absence relationship in adolescence may impact later work affiliation in adulthood are needed.

      O N / O F F — VEZAN (Official Visual)

      Keywords: adolescence; epidemiology; non-attendance; school; sleep.

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