What is the past tense of lie?

Simple Past: (1) Lied = 'To give false information intentionally.' (2) Lay = 'To be in a horizontal position.'
Past Participle: (1) Lied = 'To give false information intentionally.' (2) Lain (obs. Lien) = 'To be in a horizontal position.'
Present Participle: Lying

Glossary:
- obs.(obsolete) - No longer in use, and no longer likely to be understood.
- (1),(2) - Different past tense depending on context.





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