Part of speech: verb
Verb type: strong verb (2)
Present participle: fraliusands
to lose
[← fra- pref + *liusan v (← Prot-Germ *leusan “to lose, cease to have“); OE forléosan “to lose; to abandon; to let go etc“ (cf Mod E forlorn); O Fris forliāsa “to lose”; O Sax farliosan “to lose; to waste”; Dt verliezen “to lose”; OHG firliosan “to lose; to abandon, leave” (Mod G verlieren) ← Indo-Europ *leu-; cf Anc Gr λυω “to loose, loosen; to untie”; Lat luere “to expiate; to pay, disburse”]
fraliusiþ - 3 pers, sing, pres, indicat - Luk. XV, 8
fraliusands - pres.p.- Luk. XV, 4
fralaus - 3 pers, sing, p, indicat - Luk. XV, 9
fralusans - p.p.- Luk. XV, 4; XV, 6; XV, 24; XV, 32; XIX, 10; Jhn. VI, 27

II class infinitive preterite singular preterite plural past participle
normal grade normal grade zero grade zero grade
i/ă -i- -a- zero zero
additional element of vowel gradation for this class is [-u-] i + u = iu a + u = au zero + u = u zero + u = u
to bow, bend biugan baug bugum bugans
to prove, test; to choose kiusan kaus kusum kusans
to pull, draw, drag tiuhan tauh

See the complete paradigm of the conjugation of strong verbs