in­log­gen in Low German

Pronunciation: /ˈɪnˌlɔɡn̩/
verb
Syllabication: in·log·gen
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Low Saxon:
English:
log in
German:

Verbforms:

infinitive:
in­log­gen
past participle:
in­logg­t
ik
du
he/se/dat
wi
ji
se
present:
ik logg in
du logg­st in
he/se/dat logg­t in
wi logg­t in
ji logg­t in
se logg­t in
past:
ik logg in
du logg­st in
he/se/dat logg in
wi log­gen in
ji log­gen in
se log­gen in
perfect:
ik heff in­logg­t
du hest in­logg­t
he/se/dat hett in­logg­t
wi hebbt in­logg­t
ji hebbt in­logg­t
se hebbt in­logg­t
conjunctive:
ik logg in
du logg­st in
he/se/dat logg in
wi log­gen in
ji log­gen in
se log­gen in
imperative:
logg in!
logg­t in!

Etymology:

Compound word constructed from: in + loggen