Toscead betweox fadungum "Brūcendmōtung:Birdofadozentides"

I think the best way to solve this is to create an alternative page of that one, like in Wiktionary. However I don't know if it's possible on this resourse. I'll try to.
--[[Brūcend:Birdofadozentides|Birdofadozentides]] ([[Brūcendmōtung:Birdofadozentides|mōtung]]) 09:11, 27 Mǣdmōnaþ 2019 (UTC)
 
== Finding grammar and texts ==
 
I have puzzling over a thing, which led to a wider question. You might have some ideas.
 
I was looking for is the imperative of '''þeon''' ('to thrive'). The singular imperative of ''seon'' is ''seoh'', but ''þeon'' is of a different verb class, so it might be '''þieh''', or 'þeoh'. It may be that in the entire corpus of Old English the verb 'þeon' never appears in the imperative or in the subjunctive.
 
(It does not help that spelling is inconsistent even in the cases in which the word is used.)
 
This leads to the question: is there any accessible resource of which you are aware which could answer questions like this, with reference to the entire corpus?
 
[[Brūcend:Hogweard|Hogweard]] ([[Brūcendmōtung:Hogweard|motung]]) 17:36, 4 Eastermonað 2021 (UTC)
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