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geta get, gat, gátum, getinn v

1. I with acc
2. to get; g orðstír, to get fame ; g sér et, to get for oneself (góðs um �ðis ef sér g mætti); g gott af em, to get good of one; with dat of the person, g váluðum vel, to be kind to the poor; g em illa, to do harm to one; impers, getr et, there is (got); eigi getr slíkan (there is none such) í konungs herbergjum;
3. with pp of another verb, g veiddan fisk, to be able to catch fish; ek get eigi fylgt yðr, I cannot follow you;
4. almost like an auxil verb with infin ; ek Gunnari gat at unna, I loved G; g at lita, sjá (to get) to see; without 'at', er slíkt getr f�ða jóð, that shall rear such a child;
5. to learn (lengi man þat er ungr getr);
6. to beget, engender (fótr gat son við f�ti); geta börn, to beget children (said of both parents);
7. refl, getast at eu, to like; því at mér gezt vel at þér, because I like thee well; láta sér getit at eu, to be pleased with; eigi læt ek mér at einu getit, I am not pleased to have always the same, I want some change;
1. with gen
2. to guess; g gatu, to guess a riddle ; g rétt, to guess right; g es til, to guess, suppose; g í hug em, to guess one's thoughts;
3. to speak of, mention, in speech or writing (þess er getit, sem gört er) ; geta um et, to speak about (hann gat ekki um þetta fyrir sínum mönnum) ; þess er við getit, at, it is told that

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