ne

ne
, == not. O. and N. 48. RG. 470
—— == nor. O. and N. 905, 906. RG. 470
in composition
A. With the verb To Be
pres
sing. 1. ‘nam.’ Wright’s L. P. p. 42. 2. ‘nart.’ O. and N. 407. 3. ‘nis.’ RG. 454
pret
sing. 3. ‘nes.’ Wright’s L. P. p. 52. ‘nas.’ RG. 372
pl
‘nere.’ RG. 376
pret
conj. ‘nere.’ O. and N. 22
b
With the verb To Have
pret
sing. 1. ‘navy.’ Wright’s L. P. p. 37. 2. ‘nast.’ Ibid p. 102
, 103. 3. ‘nath.’ Wright’s L. P. p. 42. ‘nafdh.’ Rel. S. v. 80
pl
3. ‘nabbeth.’ O. and N. 253
pret
sing. 2. ‘naddest.’ O. and N. 1509
pl
‘nadde.’ RG. 19
pres
conj. 3. ‘nabbe.’ Rel. S. v. 41
c
With the verb To Will
pres
sing.
1. ‘nul.’ Wright’s L. P. p. 32, ‘nullyt.’ Id. ibid.
2. ‘nyltu.’ rg. 13. ‘nultu.’ o. and n. 903
3. ‘nele.’ o. and n. 1480.
pl
3. ‘nolle.’ RG. 265. ‘nulleth.’ O. and N. 1762
pret
‘nolde.’ RG. 508. ‘noldestu.’ Rel. S. v. 167
d
With the verb To Wit
pres
sing.
1. ‘not.’ O. and N. 1619. 3. ‘not.’ RG. 518
pl
2. ‘nuȝte.’ O. and N. 1749. 3. ‘nute.’ O. and N. 1008. neotith. Alys. 3767
pret
sing. 3. ‘nuste.’ RG. 13

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