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1008 TÓ-SUNDRIAN -- TÓÞ-SEALF.

disciplinam ligare dissimulat, eo se esuriens per voluptatum desideria spargat, Past. 39; Swt. 283, 19.

tó-sundrian; p. ode To separate :-- Hwanne hé tósundrode bearn Adames quando separabat filios Adam, Cant. M. ad fil. 8. v. tó-syndrian.

to-swápan; p. -sweóp To disperse by a sweeping movement, to sweep apart or away :-- Se ðone líg tósceáf, tósweóp hine and tóswende þurh ða swíðan miht he thrust back the flame on every side, swept and dashed it away by his strong might, Cd. Th. 237, 23 ; Dan. 342. Tósweóp and tóswengde, Exon. Th. 189, 13; Az. 59.

tó-swellan; pp. -swollen To swell out, grow big :-- Ic tóswelle turgeo, Ælfc. Gr. 26, 3; Zup. 155, 12. Tóswyllaþ grossescunt, intumescunt, Hpt. Gl. 447, 29. Se earm wæs swá swíþe greát and tóswollen brachio in tantum grossescente, Bd. 5, 3; S. 616, 23. Wiþ tótece . . . ðæt tó&dash-uncertain;swollene lim fram ðære uferan healfe beþe, Lchdm. ii. 68, 13. Wæs án cnapa swíðe tóswollen þurh wyrmes siege, Homl. Th. ii. 514, 7 : Homl. Skt. i. 3, 481. Ða tóswolnan turgida, Wrt. Voc. ii. 93, 7. Of ðám tóswollenum fótum (feet swollen with dropsy"), Homl. Th. i. 86, ll. [Al ic æm toswollen. Laym. 17815. Heorte tobollen & toswollen, A. R. 282, 8. Toswelle intumescere, Wick. Jerem. 5, 22. Toswal; p. Mand. F. O. H. Ger. zi-suollan tumida.]

tó-swengan; p. de To dash asunder, dispel by a stroke, drive apart. v. tó-swápan. [Cf. Mid sweorde toswungen (tohewe, 2nd MS. ), Laym. 8026.]

tó-sweorcan to make dark :-- Beóþ tósworcene &l-bar; áþéstrede obscurantur, Hpt. Gl. 447, 36.

tó-swífan to move off in different directions :-- Æghwilc óþer útan ymbclyppeþ, ðý læs hí tóswífen each from without embraces other, lest they take their separate courses, Met. 11, 36. v. Bt. 21; Fox 74, 11 in tó-slupan, I.

tó-syndrian; p. ode To separate; fig. to distinguish :-- Mid him hé tósyndraþ gif beteran óðrum wé beóþ gemétte apud ipsum discernitur si meliores aliis inveniamur, R. Ben. Interl. 14, 8. Ðú settest on foldan swíðe feala cynna and tósyndrodest hig siððan. Hy. 9, 21; Btwk. 198, 6: Hy. 7, 65 ; Dom. L. 44, 65. Gescádene &l-bar; tósendrede discretas, segregatas. Hpt. Gl. 411, 21. v. tó-sundrian.

tot a projection (?) :-- Tot artura, Wrt. Voc. ii. 100, 73. [Cf. þe eorþe aroos in þe manere of a tote (in modum cumuli), Trev. v. 163, 11 note. Tot, tote a tuft, Halliwell's Dict. Tute a jutting out, projection; ente to jut out, Jamieson. Icel. tota a protuberance; tútua to be swelled up: Dan. tude a spout.] v. ge-tot; tot-rida.

tó-talu, e; f. Reputation :-- Fore ðassum tótalés intinge pro hac reputations causa. Rtl. 102, 5.

tó-tellan; p. -teled To distinguish in counting, count separately :-- Án íglond ligþ fit on gársecg ðæ-acute;r næ-acute;ngu biþ niht on sumera ne wuhte ðon má on wintra dæg tóteled an island lies out in the ocean, where in summer no night can be distinguished in reckoning time, any more than in, winter day. Met. 16, 15.

tó-teón; p. -téáh, pl. -tugon;. pp. -togen. I. to pull to pieces, tear to pieces (lit. and fig. ) :-- Se wyrm ða tungan tótýhþ. Soul Kmbl. 234; Seel. 121. His æfterfolgeras feówertiéne geár ðisne middangeard tótugon and tótæ-acute;ron (dilaniaverunt), Ors. 3, 11; Swt. 142, 23. Ðám ðe ús mid tóðum tóteón woldan, Ps. Th. 123, 5. Biþ seó tunge tótogen (beóþ hira tungan tótogenne. Soul Kmbl. 222) on týn healfe, Exon. Th. 373, 25: Seel. 115. II. to pull away. :-- Tótoghene detracta, Hpt. Gl. 515, 14. [Me þe sculde nimen and al tóteón mid horse, O. E. Homl. i. 9, 21. O. H. Ger. zi-ziohan distranere, detrahere.]

tó-teran; p. -tær, pl. -tæ-acute;ron; pp. -toren To tear to pieces :-- Ic tótere lanio, Ælfc. Gr. 24; Zup. 137, 2. Tótera- discerpere, Hpt. Gl. 520, 75. Beón tótoren lacerari, 527, 55. I lit. to tear to pieces a material :-- Ðú tótæ-acute;re (conscidisti) mín hwíte ; rægl, Ps. Th. 29, II. Hé ðæs beran ceaflas tótær, Ælfc. T. Grn. 7, 15. Hé ðone pistol tótær, Homl. Th. ii. 122, 30. Hé tótær his tunecan, 450, 21. Hí tótæ-acute;ron beora reáf, 454, II. Fýrene næddran ðæt folc tótæ-acute;ron, Num. 21, 6. Swilce he tótæ-acute;re sum eáðelíc ticcen quasi hoedum in frusta discerpens, Jud. 14, 6. II. metaph. of violent feeling or action, to tear to pieces, to harass, distract, destroy :-- Gýtsung ealle middaneardes rícu tótyrþ auaritia universa mundi regna discerpserit, Scint. 99, 8. Welan ða íáwla tðteraþ mid pricungum misllcra gedohta, Homl. Th. ii. 88, 22. His xfterfolgeras feówertiéne gear ðisne mio'dangeard tótugon and tðtæ-acute;ron (dilaniaverunt), Ors. 3, n ; Swt. 142, 24. Be góde ðþtes ná sáriga ðB, for nánes gesun[d]fulnysse ðú st tátoren de bono alterius nan doleas, nullius prosperitate lacereris Scint. 77, 9. Hit ongeat his láre swíþe tótorene . . . se wíídðm sæ-acute;de ðæt his gyngran hæfdon híne swá tðtorenne, Bt. 3, l; Fox 4, 31-6, 2. [Wolde he teteren roted fleshs . . . ann tetereð and tolimeð cwike fleschs, A. R. 84, 5-8. Anne curtel þe wes swiðe totoren, Laym. 4994. Our lordes body they totere. Chauc. C. T. Group C. 474. Cf. Goth. dis-tairan.]

tóþ gen. tóþes; dat. téþ, inst. tóþe; pl. toeð, téþ, and tóþas; m. A tooth, tusk :-- Tóð dens, Wrt. Voc. i. 64, 54. Tóþ, 282, 70. Forrotad tóð dens putridus, Kent. Gl. 966. Æt ðám feówer tóðum fyrestum, æt gehwylcum . vi. scillingas; se tóð se ðanne bí standeþ . iv. scill ; se ðe ðonne bí dam standeþ . iii. scill. ; and ðonne siþþan gehwilc scilling for knocking out the four front teeth, for each a fine of six shillings: the tooth that stands next must be paid for with four shillings; that which stands next to this with three shillings; and then each tooth afterwards with a shilling, L. Ethb. 51; Th. i. 16, 2-4. Tóð wið téð dentem pro dente, Ex. 21, 24: Lev. 24, 20. Tóð fore téð, L. Alf. 19; Th. i. 48, 21. Sete on ðone sáran tóþ, and hwílum ceówe mid ðý sáran tóþe, Lchdm. ii. 310, 16 : . Exon. Th. 495, 9 ; Ra. 84, 5. Gif hé tóð of ásleá, Ex. 21, 27. Tóð for tóð, Mt. Kmbl. 5, 18. Téð dentes, tóða flæ-acute;sc gingivae, ða eahta forworden téð betwux tuxum adversi dentes, Wrt. Voc. i. 43, 29-34. Wið ðaét cildum bútan sáre téð wexen to make teething easy for children, Lchdm. i. 346, 13. Gif ða téþ synd hole, ii. 310, 17. Oft mann smeáþ hwæðer téþ bæ-acute;nene beón, Lchdm. iii. 104, 4, and see whole article. Heora tóþas wæ-acute;ron gelíce horses twuxan. Guthl. 5 ; Gdwin. 34, 24: Exon. Th. 226, 18; Ph. 407. Mannes tóða beóþ on eallum his lífe . ii. and .xxx. , Salm. Kmbl. 192, 13. Tóða sár. Lchdm. i. 72, 24. Tóþa wagung, 334, 9. Tóþa grystlung (grisbittung tóðana, Lind. ) stridor dentium, Lk. Skt. 13, 28. Tóða gebitt. Homl. Th. i. 126, 20. Tóða geheáw, Cd. Th. 285, 18 ; Sae. 339. Bútan tóðum suaeder, Txts. 101, 1967. Hié (walruses; so Icel. tonn is used of walrus-tusk) habbaþ swíþe æþele bán on hiora tóðum ; ða téð hié brohton sume ðæm cyninge. Ors. 1. 1; Swt. 18, 1. Hé tóðum gristbitaþ stridet dentibus, Mk. Skt. 9, 18. Synfull toþum torn þolaþ peccatos dentibus suis fremet, Ps. Th. in, 9: Judth. Thw. 25, 21; Jud. 272. Toeð (téþ, Ps. Spl. ) synfulra. Ps. Surt. 3, 8 : ii. p. 194, 19. Téð, Deut. 32, 24. Tóð (téð, Ps. Spl. : tóðas, Ps. Th. ), Ps. Surt. 57, 7. Hí biton heora téð him tógeánes, Homl. Th. i. 46, 27. Tóþas, Exon. Th. 374, 5; Seel. 121: Salm. Kmbl. 230; Sal. 114. [Goth. tunþus: O. Frs. tóth, tond : O. Sax. O. L. Ger. zand: O. H. Ger. zand: Icel. tonn.] v. cweorn-, flæ-acute;sc-, fore-, grinde(-ig)-, wang-tóþ.

-tóþ, -tóþe -toothed. [Icel. -tannr.] v. blódig-tóþ, twisel-tóþe.

tóp-ece, es; m. Tooth-ache :-- Tóðæcce mé forwyrnde æ-acute;lcre leornunga . . . Ic wát ðæt manig broc byð mycle strengre ðonne tóðsece, ðeáh ic næ-acute;fre nán strengre ne geðolode, Shrn. 185, 9-16. Læ-acute;cedðmas wiþ ðám uferan tóðece ge wiþ ðám niþeran. Lchdm. ii. 50, 7: 52, 6, 7. v. tóþ-wærc.

tó-þegnung, e; f. Administration :-- Tóþénung amministratio, Anglia xiii. 441, 1085.

tó-þenedness, e; f. Distension :-- Tóþenednyssum distentioníbus. Hpt. Gl. 529, 1.

tó-þerscan; þ. -þærsc, pl. þurscon To knock to pieces :-- Ðá com him swilc wind ongeán, swilce nán mann æ-acute;r ne gemunde, and ða scipo ealle tóbeót and tóþræsc, Chr. 1009; Erl. 142, 5.

tóp-gár, es; m. A tooth-pick :-- medmicel on ða eágan mid tóþ-gáre, Lchdm. ii. 36, 9. v. tóþ-sticca.

tó-þindan ; þ. -þand, pl. -þundon; pp. -þunden To swell, grow big :-- Ic tóðinde tumeo, ðú tóðindst (-þintst, MSS. F. R. : -bindest, MS. U. : -þinst, MS. W. ) tumes, hé tóðint tumet, Ælfc. Gr. 16; Zup. 107, 8-9. I. in a physical sense :-- Rif tóþand mæ-acute;denes alvus tumescit Virginis, Hymn. Surt. 44, 1. Tóþindende turgescens, intumescens (in cumulum), Hpt. Gl. 465, 11. Tóþunden gravis, Germ. 390, 142. II. in a metaphorical sense, to swell with pride, be puffed up, be arrogant :-- Tóþint intumuerit, superbierit. Hpt. Gl. 423, 25. Gif heora hwylc tóðint and hine on módignesse onhefþ and hé on ðám leahtre biþ onfunden si quisque ex eis inflatus superbia repertus fuerit reprehensibilis, R. Ben. 46, 16. Gif hwylc bróðor ongyten biþ tóþunden (contumax), 48, 3. Tóðunden oððe módig contumax, Ælfc. Gr. 9, 60; Zup. 69, 4. Is tópundon (inflammatum) mín heorte, Ps. Lamb. 72, 21. Tóþundenys gylpes tumentis jactantiae, Hpt. Gl. 527, 36. Gif æ-acute;nig mid. tðóundene módig-nesse si aliquis tumido supircilio inflatus, Chart. Th. 319, 13. Ofer-módignysse tóþondenre tóbláwen, Anglia xiii. 441, 1084. Hé hine mid tóðundenum móde forseah, Homl. Th. i. 330, 20: 450, 33. Tó þund-enne and ástrehtne hneccan tumentem et erectam cervicem, Scint. 83, 17.

tóþ-leás; adj. Toothless :-- Tóþleásera edentularum, Germ. 394, 305. [O. H. Ger. zan(e)-lós edentulus, edentatus: Icel. tann-lauss.]

tóp-mægen, es; n. Strength of teeth or tusks :-- Eofor tóþmægenes trum, Menol. Fox 499; Gn. C. 20.

tóþ-rima, -reoma, an; m. A gum: -- Tóþrima gingifa, Wrt. Voc. ii. 41, 22. Tóðreoma ingua (gingiua ?), i. 64, 55. Tóþriman gingifa, 282, 72. Wið tóþa sáre and tðóreomena, Lchdm. i. 318, 1, 4. Wið tóþreomena geswelle, 370, 29. Gníd golóme ða tóðreoman, 346, 14. Mid slítendum tóðreomum rabidis gingivis. Hpt. Gl. 423, 45.

tó-pringan; p. -þrang, pl. -þrungon; pp, -þrungen To press asunder, scatter by pressure :-- Hwíium ic wíde tóþringe lagustreáma full hwílum læ-acute;te eft slúpan tósomne sometimes I (the storm) drive wide apart the cups of the floods (i. e. the clouds), sometimes let them again glide together, Exon. Th. 384, 34; Ra. 4. 37.

tóp-sealf, e; f. A tooth-salve :-- Wyrc ðus tóþsealfe: ofersæ-acute;wisc rind and hunig and pipor, meng tósomne, lege on, Lchdm. ii. 52, 3. Tóþ-sealfa, 4, 5.