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888 SMEÁÞ--SMÍC.

&yogh;erd, O. E. Homl. i. 243, 23. Mid smerte smiten of smale longe &yogh;erden, ii. 207, 6. Me him smæt mid smærte &yogh;erden, Laym. 20318. If men smot it with a yerde smerte (adv.), Chauc. Prol. 149.] v. smeortan.

smeáþ, e ; f. Meditation :--Æ-acute; ðín smeáþ (meditotio) mín is, Ps. Spl. 118, 77. Cf. smeágung.

smeáþanclíce ; adu. Exactly, at large ; subtiliter :--Swá wé hér bufan stneáþanclíce áwriten habbaþ, Anglia viii. 309, 22.

smeá-pancol ; adj. Acute, subtle :--Mid smeáþancelre trahtnunge tenaci memoriae textu, Hpt. Gl. 410, 64.

smeápancol-líc ; adj. Subtle, crafty :--Smeáþancollíce wriþan &l-bar; cnot&dash-uncertain;tan cræftelícnm sertaque mystica dactylico, Germ. 389, 28.

smeáþpancollíce; adv. Exactly, in a searching manner, thoroughly ; subtiliter :--Smeáþancelíce subtiliter, eleganter. Hpt. Gl. 431, 49. Hí smeádon swíðe smeáþancollíce ymbe ðæt éce líf they went into the question of eternal life in the most searching manner, Homl. Skt. i. 3, 44. Hé hí gewissode swíðe smeaþancellíce ymbe ðæs mynstres gebytlungum he gave them most exact directions about the buildings of the monastery, Homl. Th. ii. 172, 16. Hé læ-acute;rþ manna mód mid godcundre láre smeáþancellíce, i. 412, 32.

smeáþancolness, e ; f. Exactness, strictness :--Ðeáh wé witon hú fela gód oððe hú micele wé gefremodon nyte wé ðeáh mid hwylcere smeáþancelnysse se upplíca Déma ða áfandaþ. Homl. Th. ii. 80, 34.

smeáung, v. smeágung.

smeá-wrenc, es ; m. A crafty device, sharp trick :--Hé begeat mid his sméhwrencan and mid his golde and seolfre eall dyrnunga, ðæt him gewearð se þridda pænig of ðære tolne on Sandwíc, Chart. Th. 339, 8. v. smeáh.

smeá-wyrhta, an ; m. A skilled workman, an artisan :--Gif hé smeáwyrhtan hæfþ ðám hé sceal tó tólan fylstan, Anglia ix. 263, 16.

smea-wyrm, es ; m. A penetrating worm, worm that makes its way into the flesh :--Wið smeáwyrme (cf. wið srnégea-wyrrne, 302, 12) srniring ... seó sealf ðone wyrm deádne gedéþ oððe cwicne of drífþ, Lchdm. ii. 332, 3-26. Wið sméga-wyrme, 126, 1. Wii]smoega-wyrmum, 12, 14. v. smeáh.

sméc, smécan, smecgan. v. smíc, smícan, smæccan.

srnedema, smeodema, smidema, smedma, an ; m. Fine flour, meal :--Smeoduma polenta. Wrt. Voc. ii. 117, 51. Melewes smedma simila, 83, 65. Smedma of melwe pollis, Ælfc. Gr. 9, 28 ; Zup. 55, 15. Smedma simila vel pollis, Wrt. Voc. i. 41, 24. Hwæ-acute;tes smedma, Lchdm. ii. 108, 10. Gecned þrí sestras smedeman (similae). Gen. 18, 6 : Ex. 29, 40. Smdeman, Lev. 2, 2. Genim smedman six yntsena gewihte. Lchdm. i. 150, 17. Mid hwæ-acute;tes smedeman with the fat of kidneys of wheat (A. V.) ; cum medulla tritici: cf. óþ smedeman ad medullam. Hpt. Gl. 410, 28. Ða hláfas wæ-acute;ron berene. Bere is swíðe earfoþe tó gearcigenne, and ðeáh&dash-uncertain;hwæðere fét ðone mann, ðonne hé gearo biþ. Swá wæs seó ealde æ-acute; swíðe earfoþe tó understandenne, ac ðeáhhwæðere ðonne wé cumaþ tó ðam smedman, ðæt is tó ðære getácnunge, ðonne gereordaþ heó fire mód, Homl. Th. i. 188, 7. Genim ácrinde, wire tó smedman, Lchdm. ii. 132, 19. Of mealtes smedman geworht, 332, 20. Genim hwæ-acute;tenes meluwes smedman, 134, 4. v. hwæ-acute;te-smedeme (read -a ; m.).

smedemen, smedmen ; adj. Of fine flour :--Smedmen hláf similagineus panis, Scint. 154, 1.

sméga-wyrm-Tn, sméh-wrenc. v. smeá-wyrm, -wrenc.

smellan (?) ; p. smeall To crack, make a noise. [Mod. Icel. smella ; p. small to crack as a whip.] v. smilian, smæll.

smelt, smylt, es ; m. A smelt :--Smelt sardina. Wrt. Voc. i. 281, 71. Smylt sartate, 66, 7. Smeltas sardas, ii. 119, 63.

smelt (?). v. dolh-smeltas ; smelte serene, v. smylte.

smelting, smilting, e ; f. Amber :--Smelting electrum, Wrt. Voc. i. 38, 31. Smilting, 34, 66. Smyltinc, 85, 14. Anlícnyssa gyldena and sylfrena, sume of smyltinga, sume of crystallan, Homl. Skt. i. 4, 165. [Smutting, Wrt. Voc. i. 94, 61. Gf, O. H. Ger. smelzi electrum, smelzida electrum : Icel. smeltr enamelled.]

smeócan ; p. smeác, pl. smucon; pp. smocen. I. intrans. To smoke, emit smoke :-- Smeógoþ fumigant, Ps. Spl. 103, 33. Muntas smeócaþ montes fumigabunt, 143, 6 : Wülck. Gl. 244, 35. Eall Sinai munt smeác (fumabat,) Ex. 19, 18. Smeóce fumet, Germ. 393, 187. Heortes mearh ge&dash-uncertain;bærned óþ ðæt hyf smeóce, Lchdm. i. 338, 13. Eall folc gesáwon ðone munt smeócan, Ex. 20, 18 : Engl. Stud. ix. 40. Smeócende (smécende, Lind.: smíkende, Rush. ) flex linum fumigans, Mt. Kmbl. 12, 20. II. trans. To smoke, fumigate :--Smeóc ðone man mid gáte hæ-acute;rum, Lchdm. i. 352, 1. Smeóce mid hæ-acute;þe, 354, 23. Heortes hæ-acute;r beóþ swíðe, góde mid tó smeócanne, 338, 4. [Prompt. -Parv. smeky&n-long; fumo, fumigo.] v. smícan, smocian, smíc.

smeodoma, srneóh, smeolt. v. smedema, smeah, smolt.

smeortan ; p. smeart, pl. smurton; pp. smorten To smart :--Gnættas cómon mid fýrsmeortendum bitum ignitos ciniphes, Ors. l, 7 ; Swt. 36, 30. [Þenne akeþ his heorte and smerteð, O. E. Homl. ii. 207, 21. Hire ne oc, ne ne smeart, 21, 27. Ðenne wile his heorte aken and smerten, 207, 34. Me iveleð hit bitterliche smeorten, A. R. 238, 29. Smerty&n-long; uro, Prompt. Parv. 460. O. H. Ger. smerzan; p. smarz dolere.]

smeoru, smeru (o, a), wes ; n. Fat, grease, suet, tallow. I. in the following glosses :--Smeoru unguentum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 124, 9. Unsilt smeoro saevo, 119, 45. Smero sevo (in a list 'de igne'), i. 284, 27. Unámaelte smeoruwe pice, saevo, ii. 117, 28. Smerwe sevo, 80, 45. Smeruwe, Hpt. Gl. 503, 18. Smerewe arvina, 471, 4. II. in the following passages :--Wið útsihte, hunig and unsylt smeoru and wex, Lchdm. iii. 18, 5. Heortes smeoro (smeru, smero), i. 338, 15 : 354, 4. Sceápes smern, ii. 66, 7. Foxes smero, iii. 2, 25. Heorotes smera oððe gáte oððe góse, 68, 26 : 80, 18. Ðæt smeru wand út, Jud. 3, 22. Smeoruwes, Ps. Th. 62, 5. Beran smeruwes (smerwes, MS. B.), Lchdm. i. 216, 15. Mid gáte smeorwe (smerwe, MS. B. ), 354, 1. Mid smeorwe adipe, Ps. Surt. 62, 6. Of swínes smerwe. Lchdm. ii. 66, 7. Ofer smere (unguento), Rtl. 115, 34. Cnucige wið eald smeoru (smera, MS. B. : smeru, MS. O.), Lchdm. i. 74, 21 : 86, 7. Genim heortes smeoruw (smeruw, MS. H. : smeru, MS. B.). Genim góse smero, 76, 9. Sceápen smera, ii. 128, 16 : 148, 20. Eal ðæt smeru hig forbærndon, Lev. 8, 25. [Smeredd & sallfedd þurrh nan eorþli&yogh; smere, Orm. 13244, O. H. Ger. smero adeps, arvina, unctura : Icel. smjör grease, fat, butter.] v. flot-, heorot-smeoru.

smeoru-mangestre, an ; f. A butter-woman, woman who deals in butter and cheese :--Smeremangestre, que mangonant in caseo et butiro, L. Eth. iv. 2 ; Th. i. 301, 5.

smeoru-sealf, e ; f. A grease-salve :--Gif ðú wæ-acute;tan dést tó oððe smerusealfe, ne meaht ðú hit gelácnian, Lchdm. ii. 148, 23.

smeoru-þearm, es ; m. An entrail :--Smeruþearm extale, Wrt. Voc. ii. 145, 29. Smæreþerm julium (in a list 'de stiibus'), i. 286, 61.

smeoruwig ; adj. Fatty, greasy, unctuous :--Eal ða wæ-acute;tan þing and ða smerewigan sint tó forbeódanne, Lchdm. ii. 210, 27. [Icel. smjörugr greasy.] v. un-smepruwig.

smeoru-wyrt, e ; f. Smer-wort. 'Aristolochia rotunda, in allusion to its use in ointments.' E. D. S. Plant Names. Halliwell gives 'smereworth the round birthwort, or the herb mercury'. It is found in the following glosses :--Smeoruwyrt veneria, Wrt. Voc. ii. 123, 33. Smerowyrt nom (nap?) silvatica, 62, 39. Smerewyrt anstolochia, i. 67, 17 : Lchdm. iii. 300, col. 1. It occurs also in the Leechdorns :--Smerowyrt. Ðeós wyrt ðe man aristolochiam and óðrum naman smerowyrt nemneþ, Lchdm. i. 114, 9-11. Smeruwyrt, ii. 338, 13. Smerewyrt, 128, 15.

smér[e], smera, smercian, smcreness, smerewig, smerian, smering, smeru, smerwan. v. smæ-acute;r[e], smeoru, smearcian, smireness, smeoruwig, smirwan, smiring, smeoru, smirwan.

sméðan; p. de To make smooth, to soothe :--Him is tó sellanne ðæt ðone innoþ stille and sméðe, Lchdm. ii. 210, 20. v. ge-sméðan, sméðian.

sméðe ; adj. Smooth, I. in glosses :--Sméðe lenis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 51, 48. Smoeðum politis, 117, 55. Ðæs sméðestan politissimis, 66, 27. II. smooth, without roughness or inequalities of surface :--Sméðe ringce tinius, Wrt. Voc. i. 40, 56. Mín bróður ys rúh and ic eom sméðe. Gen. 27, 11. Ðonne glád hit on ðæ-acute;m scyllum swelce hit wæ-acute;re sméðe ísen, Ors. 4, 6 ; Swt. 174, 8. Wæs cyrtil unrúh &l-bar; smoeðe, Jn. Skt. Lind. 19, 23. Án dún ful sméðe, Homl. Skt. i. 19, 109. On sméðum felda on a plain, Ors. 3, 11 ; Swt. 142, 14. Wé becóman on summe sméðne feld (in viam planom), Bd. 5, 6 ; S. 618, 40. Ðeós wyrt biþ cenned on sméðum landum, Lchdm. i. 90, 3 : 298, 3. On sméðe (smoeðum, Lind., Rush.) wegas in vias planas, Lk. Skt. 3, 5. Hé hæfþ ðe sméþran líchoman, Lchdm. ii. 298, 13. III. smooth, without discomfort or annoyance :--Wæ-acute;ron hyra gongas under Godes egsan sméðe and geséfte. Exon. Th. 146, 3 ; Gú. 704. IV. smooth, suave, avoiding offence :--Hé biþ hwílum tó ungemetlíce sméðe, hwílum tó ungemetlíce réðe amor proprius mentem aliquando inordinate ad mollitiem, aliquando ad asperitatem rapit, Past. 19, 1 ; Swt. 143, 7. V. smooth, not irritating (of food, medicine, etc. ) :--Ne se mete ne sié tó scearp ne tó súr, ac sméðe and fæ-acute;t, Lchdm. ii. 196, 8. Eáðmylte mettas and scír wín and sméðe, 220, 13. Ða wambe man sceal clæ-acute;snian mid stnéþe wyrtdrence, 262, 17. Wyrc sméþe eágsealfe, 308, 27. VI. smooth (of words) :--Sméðne sybcwide. Frag. Kmbl. 54 ; Leás. 29. Ðám ðe ful sméðe spræ-acute;ce habbaþ, 20 ; Leás. 12. Ðone ele, ðæt wæ-acute;ron ða sméðan lyffetunga, Homl. Th. ii. 572, 1. Bepæ-acute;cean mid sméðan wordan, Homl. Skt. i. 23, 602. Se Hæ-acute;lend lufaþ swíðor ða dæ-acute;de ðonne ða sméðan word, Ælfc. T. Grn. 14, 34. VII. of the voice, not harsh, melodious, harmonious :--Stefen smoeðu vox canora, Ps. Surt. ii. p. 202, 5. v. un&dash-uncertain;sméþe; smoóþ.

srnéðian ; p. ode ; pp. od. I. to become smooth :--Ðonne sméðaþ ðæt neb and hálaþ, Lchdm. i. 86, 8. II. to make smooth :--Ic sméðie polio, Wrt. Voc. i. 28, 74. [He wile foxliche smeþien mid worde, O. E. Homl. i. 31, 8. Rihteð and smeðeð þe heorte, A. R. 4, 23.] v. ge-sméðian ; sméðan.

sméðness, e ; f. I. smoothness :--Hé forgeaf hreóflium sméðnysse, Homl. Th. i. 26, 11. II. a smooth, level surface :--Feld campus, sméðnys planities, Wrt. Voc. i. 53, 49.

smíc, sméc, smýc, es ; m. Smoke, vapour, steam :--Swelce se bitresta smíc, Ors. 3, 11 ; Swt. 142, 20. Smíc fumus, Ælfc. Gr. 8 ; Zup. 28, 12 : Ex. 19, 18 : Homl. Th. ii. 68, 20. Hí losiaþ swá swá sméc, Bt. 27, 3 ;

Fox 98, 31 : Ps. Th. 36, 19. Smýc, Hpt. Gl. 501, 78 : Shrn. 52, 33.