geason

adjective

Definition of geason

obsolete

  1. :  unproductive, scant, scarce

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Origin and Etymology of geason

Middle English geson, from Old English gǣsne; akin to Old High German geisinī barrenness, and perhaps to Old English gād lack, need, desire, Gothic gaidw lack, Old English gān to go — more at go


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