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Adjective: fain (fainer,fainest)  feyn
Usage: archaic
  1. Having made preparations
    "fain to take risks";
    - disposed, inclined, prepared
Adverb: fain  feyn
Usage: archaic
  1. With pleasure
    "I would fain do it";
    - gladly, lief [archaic]

Sounds like: feign

Derived forms: fainer, fainest

See also: willing

Encyclopedia: Fain, Richard