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WRÓHT-HANGRA -- WUDU-BEÁM. 1277

Hæfdon hió wróhtgetéme wið God gesomnod they had heaped up crimes against God, Cd. Th. 3, 34 ; Gen. 45.

wróht-hangra (?) :-- On wróhthangran ; of wróhthangran, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. vi. 120, 12.

wrohtian (?) :-- Hé sæ-acute; bedráf, ðæ-acute;r ðe heó wrohtaþ (frohtaþ = forhtaþ? the Latin has: Mare forniidat, 210, 90) dæges and nihtes, Homl. Ass. 173, 105.

wróht-lác, es ; n. (?) Calumny, slander :-- Unrihtlíce mæ-acute;st æ-acute;lc óþerne æftan heáweþ mid scandlícan onscytan and mid wróhtlácan. Wulfst. 160, 5 note.

wróht-sáwere, es ; m. A sower of strife : -- Gehíren ða wróhtsáweras (jurgiorum seminatores) hwæt áwriten is on ðærn godspelle : ' Eádige beói ða gesibsurnan, ' Past. 47; Swt. 359, 9, 18.

wróht-scipe, es ; m. Crime :-- Hí sóhton weras tó weorce (the building of Babel) and tó wróhtscipe, Cd. Th. 100, 31 ; Gen. 1672.

wroht-smiþ, es; m. A worker of crime, a criminal :-- Wróh-smiðas (evil spirits), Exon. Th. 156, 19; Gú. 877. Ðæt ðú mé ne gescyrige mid scyldhetum, werigum wróhlsmiðum (the cannibal Mermedonians), on ðone wyrrestan deáð ofer eorðan, Andr. Kmbl. 171 ; An. 86.

wróht-spitol ; adj. Slanderous :-- Wróhtspitel stisurio, Txts. 99, 1943.

wróht-stafas ; pl. m. Accusations :-- Ic eom fáh and freóndleás, gén ic findan ne can þurh wróhtstafas wiðercyr wið ðam I am proscribed and friendless; still I can by accusations (cf. w. 1813-1830, where the devil complains of unfair treatment (nis ðæt fæger síð)) dfvise no resistance to my fate ; i. e, complaints are useless, Elen. Kmbl. 1848 ; El. 926.

wrong, v. wrang.

wtót a snout, trunk :-- Wrót bruncus (in a list ' de suibus'), Wrt. Voc. i. 286, 54: ii. Ii, 47: 102, 23: 127, 27. Ylpes bile vel wrót promuscida, i. 22, 45. [Mi drivil druith, and mi wrot wet, Rel. Ant. ii. 210, 29.]

wrótan ; p. wreót To turn up with the snout, root up :-- Wrótu subigo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 121, 64. Ic wróte subigo, Ælfc. Gr. 28, 6 ; Zup. 176, 12. Hine útan of wuda eoferas wrótaþ exterminavit eam (vineam) apfir de sylva, Ps. Th. 79, 13. Swín on bócwuda wrótende, Exon. Th. 428, 12 ; Rä. 41, 107. [Swin þe uulicð and wroteð and sneuieð, O. E. Homl. ii. 37, 25. Þat wilde swin þat wroteð &yogh;eond þan grouen, Laym. 469. Schullen wormes wroten (verrunt) on the skin, Rel. Ant. ii. 216, 18. As a sowe wroteth in everich ordure, Chauc. Pers. T. A were . . . &yogh;owre walles with to wrote, Min. 19, 32. Wrotyñ as swyne verror, Prompt. Parv. 534. O. H. Ger. ruozan (us ed of the action of the plough) : Icel. róta to root up, as swine.]

wude-. v. wudu-.

wudere, wudi[g]ere, es ; m. A bearer of wood :-- Wuderas calones (the passage is : Ejusdem militiae calones et clientes cum lixarum coetibus ad inferiorem gradum pertinentes, Ald. 13. In another gloss on the same passage is the note : Calones sunt qui ligna militibus portant, Hpt. Gl. 427, 4), Wrt. Voc. ii. 76, 72 : 17, 73. Wudu silva, wudieras calones, i. 33, 55. Wudigeras, 39, 54. v. wudian.

wuderian. v. wederian.

wudian; p. ode To cut wood :-- Gelamp on Móyses dagum ðæt Móyses fór þurh ánne wudu mid his werode. Ðá gesáwan hié æ-acute;nne ceorl, hwæ-acute;r hé stód and wudede him, Wulfst. 2 20, 11, 15. Hé him bebeád ðæt hí bæ-acute;ron wæter tó ðæs folces neóde and wudedon him simble decrevit eos esse in ministerio cuncti populi, caedentes ligna et aquas comportantes. Jos. 9, 27. Me mæcg on sumera wudian, Anglia ix. 261, 11. v. wudere, wudung.

wudi[g]ere, wudi[g]ung. v. wudere, wudung.

wudig ; adj. Woody, full of woods or trees :-- Waldend scóp wudige móras, Exon. Th. 193, 12 ; Az. 120,

wudiht; adj. Full of woods or trees: -- Wudihtes silvosi, Germ. 402, 72.

wudu (-o), widu, wiodu ; gen. wuda, wudes; dat, wuda, wudu (-o), wyda ; acc. wudu, wuda ; pl. wuda, wudas ; m. I. wood, (l) the substance of growing trees :-- Hú ne mint ðú gesión ðæt æ-acute;lc wyrt and æ-acute;lc wudu (-a, v. l.) (cum herbas atque arbores intuearis), wile weaxan on ðærn lande sélost, ðe him betst geríst. . . . Sumra wyrta oððe sumes wuda eard biþ on dúnum. . . . Ním swá wudu (-a, v. l. ) swá wyrt, of ðære stówe ðe his eard biþ on tó weaxanne, and sette on uncynde stówe him, ðonne ne gegréwþ hit dæ-acute;r náuht, for ðam æ-acute;lces landes gecynd is, ðæt hit him gelíce wyrta and gelícne wudu týdrige, Bt. 34, 10 ; Fox 148, 19-29. Ðæt treów wæs on wynne, wudu weaxende, Exon. Th. 435, 19 ; Rä. 54, 3. (l a) a tree :-- Wudu mót him weaxan, tánum læ-acute;dau, Exon. Th. 458, 21 ; Hy. 4, 104. Þeáh ðú hwilcne bóh býge wið eorðan, hé bið upweardes, swá ðú ánforlæ-acute;test widu on willan, Met. 13, 55. Hé ðás foldan ásiów sæ-acute;da monegum wuda and wyrta (cf. treówa and wyrta, Bt. 33, 4; Fox 132, 27), 20, 75 1. Smicere on gearwum, wudum and wyrtum cymeþ wlitig scríþan on tún Maius, Menol. Fox 151 ; Men. 77. (2) (hewh) wood, the material obtained from trees :-- Dríge wudu ligna, Wrt. Voc. i. 80, 31. Ic com wyrslícre ðonne ðes wudu fúla, Exon. Th. 424, 33 ; Rä. 41, 48. Hér ys wudu (ligna) and fýr, Gen. 22, 7. - Be wuda onfenge bútan leáfe, L. In. 44; Th. i. 130, I. Wuda and wætres nyttaþ, ðonne him biþ wíc álýfed. Exon. Th. 340, 12 ; Gen. Ex. 110. .C. fóðra uuido, Cod. Dip. B. i. 344, 11. Hé hí bewæg mid wuda útan and forbernde mid fýre, Bt. 39, 4 ; Fox 216, 25. Ic on wuda stonde, Exon. Th. 496, 14; Rä. 85, 14. Hét ic, of ðæm wudo ðe ðæ-acute;r gefylled wæs, ðæt mon fýr onæ-acute;lde, Nar. 12, 28. Hé hét Isaac beran ðone wudu (ligna), Gen. 22, 6: Cd. Th. 174, 31 ; Gen. 2886: 231, 10; Dan. 245. Wé heáwaþ ðone wudu ligna succidimus, Past. 21; Swt. 167, 6. Se de ðone wuda (wudu, Cott. MSS. ) hiéwð qui ligna percutit, 167, 15. (2 a) wood which forms something, something made of wood :-- Wudu (a ship) wundenheals, Beo. Th. 601; B. 298: Exon. Th. 384, 8; Rä. 4, 24. Secgan hú se wudu (a sheathe) hátte, 437, 32; Rä. 56, 16 : (a loom), 438, 10; Rä. 57, 5. Liþendum wuda (a ship), 392, 9; Rä. ii. 5. Wudu bundenne, Bec. Th. 438; B. 216: 3842; B. 1919. Læ-acute;taþ hildebord hér oubídan, wudu (spears), wælsceaftas, 80i ; B. 398. Wido (part of a loom), Exon. Th. 438, 4; Rä. 57, 2. ¶ used of the cross. Cf. beám, treów :-- Ongan sprecan wudu sélesta : ' Ic wæs áheáwen holies on ende, ' Rood Kmbl. 54; Kr. 27. II. wood, forest :-- Wudu silva, Wrt. Voc. i. 33, 55. (1) in a generie or collective sense, wood, the wood, woods :-- Hé mihte hearpian flæt se wudu (-a, v. l.) wagode and ða stanas hí styredon, Bt. 35, 6; Fox 166, 32. Wudu (cf. se weald, Bt. 25 ; Fox 88, 20) eallum oncwyð, Met. 13, 50. Ne reccaþ hí ðara metta, gif hi ðæs wuda benugon, Bt. 25 ; Fox 88, 19. Wildeór wuda bestiae syhae, Ps. Spl. 103, 21. On feldum wudes in campis sylvae, 131, 6. Wæstmas wudes (cf. treówa, Bt. 15 ; Fox 48, 9) and wyrta. Met. 8, 20. Eofor of wuda aper de sylva, Ps. Spl. Th. 79, 14 : Ps. Th. 67, 27. Hí ðearfendum lífe on wuda (in silvis) and on heán clifum wunedon, Bd. l, 15 ; S. 484, 8. Gif hí on ðam wuda weorþaþ, Bt. 25; Fox 88, 16. Hé teáh to wuda, 35, 6; Fox 168, 7: Met. 19, 5, 18: Coll. Monast. Th. 26, 3. Stów mid wuda (silvis) ymbseald. Bd. 4, 13; S. 582, 22. Ða myneteras ðe inne wuda wyrcaþ, L. Eth. iii. 16 ; Th. i. 298, 13. On wudu in sylva. Ps. Th. 73, 5 : saltu. Wrt. Voc. ii. 94, 35. Great beám on wyda (wuda, v. l. ), Bt. 38, 2 ; Fox 198, 9. Nóht elles búton ða wéstan feldas and wudu and dúna. Nar. 20, 10. Fæsten Créca, wudu Egipta, Salm. Kmbl. 387 ; 831. 193: Exon. Th. 381, 9 ; Rä. 2, 8: Ps. Th. 82, 10. Fýr ðe bærnð wuda (sylvam), Ps. Spl. 82, 13. (a) a wood :-- Hé hét læ-acute;dan hí on ðone wudn ; se wæs genemned silua nigra, se swearta wudu. Shrn. 89, 10: Exon. Th. 200, 8 ; Ph. 37 : Beo. Th. 2732 ; B. 1364. Be wuda bærnette. Gif mon óðres wudu bærneþ oþþe heáweþ, L. In. 12 ; Th. i. 70, 3. Of ðæs wuda midle, Exon. Th. 202, 6; Ph. 65. Anlanges wudes, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iii. 173, 33. Dis is ðæs wudes gemæ-acute;re. . . tó ðæs wudes efese, 389, 22, 27. Wudæs, vi. 33, 31. Bútan ðem wioda, ii. 66, 23 : Cod. Dip. B. ii. 202, 9. Wiada, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. ii. 64, 29. Wuda, iii. 390, 4. Ðonne mon beam on wuda forbærne. . . . Gif mon áfelle on wuda wel monega treówa, L. In. 43 ; Th. i. 128, 17, 20. Hé ræ-acute;sde intó ðam wudu, Homl. Skt. ii. 30, 31. Of ðam wudu, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iii. 390, 1. Wæs hé eall mid wudu (silva) beweaxen, Nar. 12, 8. Of ðæm wudo, 21, 19. Hét ic ceorfan ða bearwas and ðone wudu fyllan jwbeo cedi nemus, 12, 19. On þicnewudu, Bt. 35, 5 ; Fox 164, 13. Gif feorcund man bútan wege geond wudu gouge, L. In. 20; Th. i. 116, 1: Byrht. Th. 137, 29 ; By. 193: Beo. Th. 2836 ; B. 1416. Ðurh ðane wioda, Cod. Dip. B. ii. 202, 10. On ðone wuda ; ofer ðone wuda, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. v. 317, 29. Hé hearpode ðæt ða wudas bifodon, and ða eá stódon silvas currere mobiles, amnes stare coëgerat, Bt. 35, 6; Fox 168, 8. Ealra wuda wildeór omnes ferae silvarum, Ps. Th. Spl. Surt. 49, 11. Ealle treówa wuda omnia ligna sylvarum, Ps. Spl. Surt. 95, 12. On wudum in sylvis, Coll. Monast. Th. 22, 23. Betwyx ðám twám wudan, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. vi. 218, 25. Geond wudas and feldas, Homl. Th. ii. 188, 14. Wuda silvas, Ps. Surt. 82, 15. ¶ in several instances of compounds with wudu it may be rendered by wild; e. g. wudu-bucca, -cerfille, -hunig, -rose. [O. H. Ger. witu lignum: Icel. viðr wood; a tree; a wood.] v. ác-, bæ-acute;l-, bóc-, bord-, brémber-, brim-, camp-, flód-, furh-, gamen-, gár-, heal-, holm-, holt-, mægen-, sæ-acute;-, sund-, þræc-wudu. The word occurs in many local names, v. Cod. Dip. Kmbl. vi. Index.

wudu-ælfen[n], -elfen[n], e; f. A wood-elf, wood-nymph :-- Wudu-elfen dryades, Wrt. Voc. i. 60, 15. Wuduælfenne oreades, ii. 65, 44.

wudu-æppel, es; n. A wild apple, crab :-- Gesodene wuduæpla, Lchdm. ii. 190, 14.

wudu-bæ-acute;re; adj. Woody; silvestris :-- Wudebæ-acute;re gerda vimina silvestria, Hpt. Gl. 449, 7.

wudu-bærne[ft], es; n. Burning trees in a wood :-- Be wudubærnette. Ðonne mon beám on wuda forbaerne, L. In. 43; Th. i. 128, 16.

wudu-bát, es; m. A wooden skip :-- Hwá me on wudubáte ferede ofer flódas, Andr. Kmbl. 1810 ; An. 907.

wudu-beám, es; m. A forest tree :-- Wudubeám wlitig, wyrtum fæst, Cd. Th. 247, 18 ; Dan. 499. Wyrtruman ðæs wudubeámes, 248, 21 ; Dan. 516 : Exon. Th. 328, 27; Vy. 24. Ða wudubeámas wagedon and swégdon, Dóm. L. 7. Wudubeáma wlite, Exon. Th. 202, 25; Ph.