Part of speech: verb
Verb type: strong verb (5)
Present participle: wisands
to make merry, be merry; to feast
[← Prot-Germ *wesan; OE wesan “to make merry”; OHG fir-wesan “to make merry, have a good time” ← Indo-Europ *u̯es-; cf Avest vāstra “pasture”; O Ir fess “food; feast”]
wisam - 1 pers, pl, pres, indicat - Luk. XV, 23
wisan - inf - Luk. XV, 24; XV, 32
wisands - pres.p.- Luk. XVI, 19
Paradigm (a)

V class infinitive preterite singular preterite plural past participle
normal grade normal grade lengthened grade normal grade
i/ă -i- -a- -ē- -i-
additional element of vowel gradation for this class is any consonant, except sonant, e.g. -b-, -h-, etc. i + b = ib a + b = ab ē + b = ēb i + b = ib
to give giban gab (gaf) gēbum gibans
i + h = aih [-ɛ-] a + h = ah ē + h = ēh i + h = aih [-ɛh-]
to see saíƕan
s sēƕum

See the complete paradigm of the conjugation of strong verbs