From Middle English been (“to be”). The various forms have three separate origins, which were mixed together at various times in the history of English.
The forms beginning with w- come from the aforementioned Old English bēon, which shared its past tense with the verb wesan, from Proto-Germanic *wesaną, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂wes- (“to reside”).
The remaining forms are also from Old English wesan (“to be”), from Proto-Germanic *wesaną, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁ésti, from the root *h₁es-.
be (highly irregular)
- (intransitive, now literary) To exist; to have real existence.
- (with there, or dialectally it, as dummy subject) To exist.
- (intransitive) To occupy a place.
- (intransitive) To occur, to take place.
- (intransitive, in perfect tenses, without predicate) Elliptical form of "be here", "go to and return from" or similar.
- (transitive, copulative) Used to indicate that the subject and object are the same.
- (transitive, copulative, mathematics) Used to indicate that the values on either side of an equation are the same.
- (transitive, copulative) Used to indicate that the subject plays the role of the predicate nominal.
- (transitive, copulative) Used to connect a noun to an adjective that describes it.
- (transitive, copulative) Used to indicate that the subject has the qualities described by a noun or noun phrase.
- (transitive, auxiliary) Used to form the passive voice.
- (transitive, auxiliary) Used to form the continuous forms of various tenses.
- (archaic, auxiliary) Used to form the perfect aspect with certain intransitive verbs, most of which indicate motion. Often still used for "to go"
- (transitive, auxiliary) Used to form future tenses, especially the future periphrastic.
- (transitive, copulative) Used to link a subject to a measurement.
- (transitive, copulative, with a cardinal numeral) Used to state the age of a subject in years.
- (with a dummy subject it) Used to indicate the time of day.
- (With since) Used to indicate passage of time since the occurrence of an event.
- (often impersonal, with it as a dummy subject) Used to indicate weather, air quality, or the like.
- (dynamic/lexical "be", especially in progressive tenses, conjugated non-suppletively in the present tense, see usage notes) To exist or behave in a certain way.
- (African American Vernacular, Caribbean, auxiliary, not conjugated) To tend to do, often do; marks the habitual aspect.
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