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SUND-BÚEND--SUNDOR-NYTT. 935

acted as pilot for the vessel, 762; An. 381: 976; An. 488. [Fiss on sund (watir, Trin. MS.), C. M. 621. Icel. sund swimming; a sound: Dan. Swed. sund a sound, strait.] v. syndig.

sund-búend, es; m. A sea-dweller, but the word, which occurs only in the plural, is used for men, mankind; cf. fold-búend:--Saturnus ðone sundbúende héton, hæleþa bearn, Met. 26, 48. Ðone Saturnus sundbúende hátaþ (cf. stiorran ðe wé hátaþ Saturnes steorra, Bt. 36, 2; Fox 174, 12), 24, 21. Hí (acc.) ne gesáwon sundbúende (cf. Hí (the people of the golden age) hió (acc.) nánwuht ne gesáwon, Bt. 15; Fox 48, 5), 8; 13. Ðæs ðe æ-acute;fre sundbúend (men) secgan hýrdon, Exon. Th. 5, 22; Cri. 73. Ðæt ásecgan sundbúendum, 14, 19; Cri. 221.

sund-corn, es; n. Saxifrage; saxifraga granulata:--Sundcorn saxifraga, Wrt. Voc. i. 30, 55: 79, 25. Sundcorn. Ðeós wyrt ðe man saxifragam and óþrum naman sundcorn nemneþ. . . . Wið ðæt stánas on blæ-acute;dran wexen, genim ðás wyrte, Lchdm. i. 212, 7-11 (see the plate at the beginning of the volume). Sundcornes leáf, ii. 342, 9. Gif men weaxan stánas on ðære blæ-acute;dran, wyl sundcorn on ealaþ, 320, 6. Genim neogon piporcorna, fífténe sundcorn (saxifragia), iii. 18, 13.

sund-deáw (?), a plant name, rosemary:?-Sundeáw (=sund-deáw? v. sund, II) rosmarinus, Wrt. Voc. i. 68, 77. Sundew remains as a name for drosera rotundifolia, v. E. D. S. Pub., Plant Names.

sund-flite, Beo. Th. 1019; B. 507. v. sund, II.

sund-gebland, es; n. The water's mingling, used of the mere into which Beowulf plunged:--Se ðe meregrundas mengan scolde, sécan sund&dash-uncertain;gebland, Beo. Th. 2904; B. 1450. Cf. ýð-gebland.

sund-gird, e; f. A rod to measure the depth of water, a sounding-pole:?-Sundgyrd bolis (GREEK sounding-lead], Wrt. Voc. i. 63, 67: bolidis, 57, 7. Sundgerd in scipe vel metráp bolides, ii. 102, 14. Sundgyrd on scipe vel metráp bolidis, 126, 46: 11, 17. Cf. sund-líne, -ráp.

sund-helm, es; m. A water-covering, the sea which covers:?-Mec sundhelm þeahte and mec ýþa wrugon, Exon. Th. 488, 4; Rä. 76, 1. Ic sundhelme ne mæg losian, 382, 13; Rä. 3, 10.

sund-hengest, es; m. A sea-horse, a ship:?-Ceólum líðan, sundhengestum, Exon. Th. 53, 20; Cri. 853. Sæ-acute;lan sundhengestas, ealde ýðmearas, 54, 4; Cri. 863.

sund-hwæt; adj. Active in swimming:?-Sæ-acute;fisca cynn swimmaþ sund&dash-uncertain;hwate, ðæ-acute;r se swéta stenc út gewítaþ (-eþ?), Exon. Th. 363, 21; Wal. 57.

sund-lida (Th.), -liden (Grn.), Beo. Th. 452; B. 223. v. sund, III.

sund-líne, an; f. A sounding-line:?-Sundlíne cataprorates (cataprorates linea cum massa plumbea qua maris altitudo tentatur, Migne), Wrt. Voc. i. 53, 8: 63, 66. Cf. sund-gird, -ráp.

sund-mere, es; m. A place for swimming:?-On sund mere in natatario, Wrt. Voc. ii. 46, 50.

sundness. v. on- (an-) sundness.

sund-nytt, e; f. The employment of swimming:?-Beówulf sundnytte dreáh Beowulf swam, Beo. Th. 4710; B. 2360.

sundor (-er, -ur); adv. I. apart, aloof, by one's self, separately:?-Ne scealt ðú sunder beón from ðínum geférum on Ongelcyricean tua fraternitas seorsum fieri non debet a clericis suis in ecclesia Anglorum, Bd. 1, 27; S. 489, 11. Geseah se cyning heora sacerdas sundor stondon (seorsum consistere), 2, 2; S. 503, 38. Hé gesæt him sundor æt rúne, Exon. Th. 293. 3; Wand. 111: Andr. Kmbl. 2324; An. 1163. Gebærne wulfes ceácan and ða téþ sundor burn the teeth by themselves, Lchdm. ii. 102, 13. Se Hæ-acute;lend genam his twelf þegnas sundor of ðæm weorode, Blickl. Homl. 15, 7. Sundor ácígan to call aside, Elen. Kmbl. 1203; El. 603. II. severally, each by himself:?-Sundor ánra gehwilc herige ðec let each one severally praise thee, Cd. Th. 239, 15; Dan. 370. Féran sceal sundor ánra gehwæs sáwl of líce, Exon. Th. 191, 24; Az. 93. Swá monig beóþ men ofer eorþan, swá beóþ módgeþoncas; æ-acute;lc him hafaþ sundor sefan (sundor-sefan?), 344, 5; Gn. Ex. 169. Heó wile gesécan sundor æ-acute;ghwylcne feorhberendra, 420, 18; Rä. 40, 5: Salm. Kmbl. 130; Sal. 64. III. in a manner different from others:?-Ilco ðoht óðer suindir áurát eundem sensum alius aliter expressit, Mt. Kmbl. p. 3, 5. IV. in a way that separates, asunder:?-Sundur gedæ-acute;lan líf wið líce to part asunder life from body, Beo. Th. 4836; B. 2422. Seó cwén bebeád cræftum getýde sundor ásécean ða sélestan (to pick out the best workmen), Elen. Kmbl. 2035; El. 1019: 813; El. 407. [Goth. sundró: O. Sax. sundar(-or): O. H. Ger. suntar: Icel. sundr.] v. on-sundrum.

sundor-anweald, es; m. Single authority, monarchy:?-Sunderan&dash-uncertain;weald monarchia, Engl. Stud. xi. 66, 54. [O. H. Ger. suntar-walt monarchia.]

sundor-cræft, es; m. A special power or art, one possessed or exercised by an individual or a class:?-Ða rícan on ðam woruldwelan nabbaþ næ-acute;nne sundorcræft, Bt. 27, 2; Fox 98, 7. Seó wiht sundorcræft hafaþ, Exon. Th. 420, 14; Rä. 40, 3. Ðæt hý sundorcræfta sumne eác cunne that each have some craft of his own that he knows, L. I. P. 9; Th. ii. 314, 29. Sió gesceádwísnes is se sélesta sundorcræfta reason is the best of distinguishing faculties (as being the faculty peculiar to man; cf. hió is synderlíc cræft ðære sáwle, Bt. 33, 4; Fox 132, 10), Met. 20, 203.

sundor-cýþþ[u]; f. Special, private knowledge or acquaintance, intimacy:?-Riht is ðæt mynecena æ-acute;nige sundorcýþþe tó woruldmannum nabban, L. I. P. 15; Th. ii. 322, 34.

sundor-feoh; n. Private property, private estate:?-Mín sundorfeoh on ðam neoþeran Hysseburnan, Chart. Th. 488, 10.

sundor-freódóm, es; m. A special immunity, a privilege:?-Mid andweardum apostolícum sunderfreódómum cum praesentibus apostolicis privilegiis (153, 10), Cod. Dip. B. i. 155, 17: 154, 22. v. next word.

sundor-freóls, es; m. A special immunity, a privilege:?-On ðissum sunderfreólse priuilegio, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iii. 349, 26. Ðysne mínne sunderfreóls hoc nostrum priuilegium, 350, 12, 16, 32. v. preceding word.

sundor-gecynd a peculiar nature:?-Hé hafaþ sundorgecynd, Exon. Th. 357, 18; Pa. 30.

sundor-genga, an; m. One who goes by himself:?-Sum fearhrýþer ðæs óþræs ceápes geférscipe oferhogode, and him gewunode ðæt hé wæs geond ðæt wésten sundorgenga, Blickl. Homl. 199, 5. Cf. án-genga.

sundor-geréfland, es; n. Land reserved to the jurisdiction of a geréfa (?):--On ðæm sundorgeréflande in tribulano (in the same glossary in tribulanam is rendered in þa burh) territorio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 45, 4. Cf.:--Æylmer habbe þat lond at Stonham þe ic hym er to hande let to reflande. And ic an Godric mine reue at Waldingfeld þa þritti acre ðe ic hym er to hande let, Chart. Th. 570, 34. See also geréf-mæ-acute;d.

sundor-gifu, e; f. A special gift or grace, prerogative, privilege:?-For ðære sundorgife ðe him God sealde gumena ríce, Cd. Th. 254, 4; Dan. 606. Wé swylc ne gefrugnan æ-acute;fre gelimpan, ðæt ðú in sundurgiefe swylce befénge, Exon. Th. 6, 6; Cri. 80. God monnum syleþ sundorgiefe God gives to each man a special gift, 293, 22; Crä. 5. Sindergife privilegium, Hpt. Gl. 466, 76. Æ-acute;lc cræft hæfþ his sundorgife and ða gife and ðone weorþscipe ðe hé hæfþ hé forgifþ æ-acute;lcum ðara ðe hine lufaþ inest dignitas propria virtuti, quam in eos, quibus fuerit adjuncta, transfundit, Bt. 27, 2; Fox 96, 30. Sundorgife prerogativa, Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 37. Syndergyfa, Hpt. Gl. 468, 53. [O. H. Ger. suntar-gepa.]

sundor-hálga, an; m. A Pharisee, (but in one passage it seems to mean) a scribe:?-Twegen men . . . án wæs sunderhálga, and óðer wæs openlíce synful, Homl. Th. ii. 428, 3: 420, 34: 422, 3. Bóceras and sunderhálgan, Scint. 203, 3. Ða Fariséiscan and sundorhálgan (scribes) hine tó deáðe fordémdon, H. R. 9, 28. Manega ðæra sunderhálgena (Pharisaeorum), Mt. Kmbl. 3, 7. Ðæra wrítera and sundorhálgena, 5, 20. Sunderhálgena, Homl. Th. ii. 216, 26. Ða wæ-acute;ron of sundorhálgon, Jn. Skt. 1, 24. [Þa sunderhal&yogh;e and þa bocere, O. E. Homl. i. 245, 3. Cf. O. H. Ger. sundir-lebin pharisaei.]

sundor-irfe, es; n. A private inheritance:?-Eal ðæt se rinca baldor sinces áhte oððe sundoryrfes, Judth. Thw. 26, 22; Jud. 340. Wilsumne regn wolcen brincgeþ and ðonne áscádeþ God sundoryrfe pluviam voluntariam segregabis, Deus, haereditati tuae, Ps. Th. 67, 10.

sundor-land, es; n. Separate land, an estate belonging to particular persons(?):--Tó hira sundorlande ad prediolum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 51. Sundorland predia, 66, 75. The word occurs in an enumeration of boundaries, and Kemble explains it there as 'land set apart for special purposes':--Æfter ðære stræ-acute;te be ðære wællan on Sunderlond, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iii. 118, 20.

sundor-líc; adj. Special, peculiar:?-Ðám is sundorlíc sang tó singanne singulariter canticum cantare, Past. 52, 7; Swt. 409, 10. [O. H. Ger. suntar-líh singularis.] v. synder-líc.

sundorlíce; adv. Apart, separately:?-Sundurlíce seorsum, Mk. Skt. Lind. 7, 33. v. synderlíce.

sundor-líf, es; n. A private life:?-Hé sundorlíf (vitam privatam) and munuclíf wæs foreberende eallum ðám weolum ðæs eorþlícan ríces, Bd. 4, 11; S. 579, 7.

sundor-lípe. v. synder-lípe, and next word.

sundor-lípes; adv. Separately, severally, specially:?-Sunderlípes sequestratim, diverse, alternatim, Hpt. Gl. 411, 18. Sunderlípas separatim, singulariter, 438, 40. [Weren þas þreo la&yogh;e gewriten inne þa oðre table&dash-uncertain;breode sunderlipes written separately on the one table (of stone), O. E. Homl. i. 11, 32. Þu hauest iseið of euch a setnesse sunderlepes of each order separately, 261, 33. He cumeð to elch man sunderlupes, ii. 5, 15. Ich habbe sunderliche (sunderlepes, MS. C.) ispeken of þeos þreo limes, A. R. 90, 5. Cf. Ðe almisse þe mon deð sunderlípe (specially) for to quemen ure drihten, O. E. Homl. i. 137, 18. O. Frs. sunder-lépis specially.] v. synder-lípes.

sundor-mæ-acute;d; f. A separate, private meadow:?-Seó méd ðe ðártó gebyreþ wið Hummingtún seó his sunderméd, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. v. 354, 30.

sundor-mæ-acute;lum; adv. Singly, separately; singillatim, Anglia xiii. 380, 217.

sundor-notu, e ; f. A special office:?-Gif ceorl geþeáh ðæt hé hæfde sundornote on cynges healle, L. R. 2; Th. i. 190, 17. v. next-word.

sundor-nytt, e; f. A special office, employment, or use:?-Æ-acute;lc hæfþ sundornytte (sunder-, Hatt. MS.) per officium diversa sunt, Past. 34. 3; Swt. 232, 4. Hæfde Hróðgár seleweard áseted; sundernytte beheóld ymb aldor Dena, eóten weard ábeád, Beo. Th. 1339; B. 667. v. preceding word.