Seon

v. to seeVariants: seo, seen, sen, se, imp. s.pl., see, may (God) see sest, 2 pr. s., sist, sixt, seð, pr. s., seoþ, pl. seð, sei, 2 pt. s. sæh, pt. s., seh, sih, siȝ, syȝ, sye, sy, seȝ, sey, seiȝ, seigh, seih, seyh, sag, sagh, saugh, saȝ, sauȝ, sawh, say,sayȝ, saye, saie, +saiȝ+, +sawȝ+, +sihen+pl. +syȝen+ +seien+, +seiȝen+, +seen+, +siȝen+, +sien+, +syen+, +saien+, +sayn+, +saye+, +seye+ +seand+pr. p. +seynge+ +seyn+pp, +seȝen+ +sein+ +sen+, +seie+ +sien+ +siȝ+, +say+, +y-seiȝen+ +y-sein+ +seen+ger. +zyenne+Etymology: Anglo-Saxon séon, pt. seah (pl. sáwon, sǽgon ), pp. sewen (sawen ), also ge-segen. Anglo-Saxon séon (for sehwon ): Gothic saihwan; cp. Latin sequ-or, follow; see Brugmann, § 419.