Part of speech: verb
Verb type: weak verb (4)
Present participle: fraqistnands
1. to perish; to be destroyed; 2. to be lost
[← fra- pref + *qistnan v “to perish; to be destroyed, lost, etc”]
fraqistna - 1 pers, sing, pres, indicat - Luk. XV, 17
fraqistniþ - 3 pers, sing, pres, indicat - Cor. I, VIII, 11
fraqistnam - 1 pers, pl, pres, indicat - Matth. VIII, 25; Mrk. IV, 38; Luk. VIII, 24
fraqistnand - 3 pers, pl, pres, indicat - Matth. IX, 17; Mrk. II, 22; Luk. V, 37; Jhn. X, 28
fraqistnai - 3 pers, sing, pres, optat - Matth. V, 29; V, 30; Jhn. VI, 12; Skeirns. VII, 8
fraqistnoda - 3 pers, sing, p, indicat - Jhn. XVII, 12
fraqistnodedun - 3 pers, pl, p, indicat - Cor. I, XV, 18
fraqistnands - pres.p.- Cor. II, II, 15

4.2.4. 4th class weak verbs (verbs with -n-/-nō- form-building suffix)

Weak verbs of this class were characterized by the presence of the form-building suffix -n-/--. They had no past participle and their conjugation paradigm lacked mediopassive voice. All verbs of this class are derived from verbs or adjectives. Semantically, all these verbs are intransitive and have the sense (to come to be something) or (to come to be in some state).

IV class infinitive preterite singular preterite plural past participle
is filled fullnan fullnōda fullnōdēdum none for this class
will become holy / sacred weihnan weihnōda weihnōdēdum none for this class

See the complete paradigm of the conjugation of weak verbs