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Á-BÚROD -- Á-CIRRAN 5

á-búrod; pp. (adj.) Deprived of peasants (gebúras) :-- Ðá wæs hit ierfælæás and mið æ-acute;ðnum folce ábúrod omni peccunia caruit et pauperibus hominibus erat destitutum, Cht. Th. 162, 29.

á-bútan. Dele first passage and add: I. prep. dat. acc. marking (1) position :-- Stódon him ábútan swearte gástas, Hml. Th. i. 414, 9. Ðú tæ-acute;cst folce gemæ-acute;ro ábútan ðone munt constitues terminos populo per circuitum, Ex. 19, 12. (2) motion outside:-- His scipu wendon út ábúton Legeceastre, Chr. 1000; P. 133, 14. Hé wende ábútan Eást-Englum in tó Humbran múðan, 1013; P. 143, 13. (3) approximation :-- Ábútan feówer hund manna, 1055; P. 186, 6. II. adv. marking (1) position :-- Ábútan beringede circumdati, Scint. 103, 11. Gehwár ábútan circumquaque, An. Ox. 3775. (2) motion outside a place :-- Hí fóron west ábúton, Chr. 915; P. 99, 11. Com se here eft ábúton in tó Temese, 999; P. 131, 19. (3) motion round an axis or centre :-- Gif ðú sumne cláð sceáwast, ne miht ðú hine ealne tógædere geseón, ac wenst ábútan (you turn it round), ðæt ðú ealne hine geseó, Hml. Th. i. 286; 25. (4) rotation :-- Se consul sceolde beón heora yldost tó ánes geáres fyrste; féng ðonne óþer tó óþres geáres firste tó ðám ylcan anwealde, and eóde swá ábútan be heora gebirdum. Jud. p. 161, 25. v. on-bútan.

á-bycgan. Substitute: To abye. v. N. E. D. I. to buy off, redeem a person :-- Drihten ús mid his blóde ábohte of helle hæftnéde, Bl. H. 91, 12. II, to pay for, atone for wrong-doing :-- Gif frí man wið fríes mannes wíf geligeð, his wergelde ábicge, Ll. Th. i. 10, 7. [Mid here micele fals þ-bar; hi ealle abohton, Chr. 1125; P. 255, 16. Þu me smite . . . ah sare þu it salt abuggen. Lay. 8158, Bute &yogh;if he abugge þe sunne þet he wrouhte, A. R. 306.] III. to perform what was necessary for the discharge of a legal obligation :-- Cliroc feówra sum hine clæ-acute;nsie, and áne his hand on wiófode; óðre ætstanden áð ábycgan, i. e. the principal, with one hand on the altar, made oath; the compurgators stood by and by their oaths redeemed him from the obligation under which, so long as his oath was unsupported, he lay (cf. Ll. Th. i. 180, 17-19), Ll. Th. i. 40, 18. [If byrgan (cf. borg) could be read for bycgan, the function of the compurgators would be made more evident.] Cf. á-ceápian.

á-byffan; p. te To mutter, mumble (v. buff to stammer, D. D. and N. E. D.) :-- Ábyffan muttire, Wrt. Voc. ii. 57, 62. [Wyllam þe rede kyng . . . was of speche hastyf, boffyng, R. Glouc. 414, 14. Cf. bufferes stammerers, Wick. Is. 32, 4.]

a-bylgnes, -bylgþ,-byrgan, -bysgian, -býwan. v. æ-acute;-bylgness, -byl(i)gþ(u), á-birgan, -bisgian, -bíwan.

ac. Add :-- No ðæt án ðæt . . . ac (eác), Bt. 21; F. 74, 18: 5, 3; F. 14, 7. Ah ðeáhhwæðre, Past. 305, 1. Nis ðæt mín miht, ac gif (unless) ðú gelýfest. Ðá cwæð hé tó him : 'Ac tó hwon sweriað git mán?', Guth. 64, 5 : 74, 5. Hwæt gelamp ðé nú ðá? ac ðé on ðysse nihte sum untrymnys gelamp?, 80, 16.

ác. Take here the passage given under æ-acute;c UNCERTAIN and add: dat. æ-acute;c (ác) ; pl. æ-acute;c :-- Aac robor, arbor (in the Corpus Glossary this is followed by 'robor, virtus, rubor color est,' ed. Hessels. p. 103: this may suggest an explanation for the earlier gloss aac color, Txts. 53, 535, which is copied in Wrt. Voc. ii. 14, 75), Txts. 93, 1749. Ác, Wrt. Voc. i. 285, 28: quercus vel ilex, 79, 73. Iung ác robur, 32, 28. Tó ðæ-acute;re gemearcodan æ-acute;c, Cht. E. 355, 20. On thá radeludan ác; of ðæ-acute;re radeludan æ-acute;c, C. D. B. iii. 44, 21. On ðæ-acute; rúgan æ-acute;c; of ðæ-acute;re æ-acute;c . . . on ðá wón ác, 319. 5-7. Tó ðæ-acute;re mæ-acute;ran æ-acute;c; of ðæ-acute;re æ-acute;c, C. D. iii. 78, 36. On ðá sméðan ác; of ðæ-acute;re æ-acute;c, 79, 20. On ðá greátan ác; of ðæ-acute;re ác, 121, 22. In fíf ácana weg; æfter ðám wege innon ðá fíf æ-acute;cc; of ðám ácan, 382, 19. On ðá hálgan æ-acute;c, vi. 233, 32. On eahta æ-acute;c, C. D. B. iii. 667, 33. v- mæ-acute;r-ác.

á-cæglod pegged, as if studded with pegs (?) :-- Ðá cwom sum deór of ðæ-acute;m fenne; wæs ðæ-acute;m deóre eall se hrycg ácæglod (cf. Angl. iv. 157 where atæglod is read) the back was as if all studded with pegs; the Latin has belua serrato tergo, Nar. 20, 26. [Cf. Cailis nine-pins, Rel. Ant. ii. 224. O. H. Ger. chegel paxillus, clavus.]

á-calan; p. -cól. Substitute: To die of cold :-- Wið ðon ðe men ácale ðæt fel of ðám fótum in case the skin die off a man's feet with cold, Lch. ii. 6, 24. [Hungry and akale. Piers P. 18, 392.]

acan. Add :-- Æceð ðæt ofer eall, Lch. iii. 8. 21. Wið ðon ðe mon on heáfod ace, ii. 304, 25.

ác-cærn. Dele.

accent, es; m. Accent :-- Bóceras. . . ámearkiaþ heora accentas. . . acutus accentus, ðæt ys gescyrpt accent; baria, ðæt ys hefig accent . . . circumflexus accentus, ðæt ys gebíged accent, Angl. viii. 333, 22-26.

accutian. v. á-cunnian.

ác-cynn. Add :-- Wrt. Voc. ii. 49, 54.

ác-drenc. Add :-- Ácdrenc cirta, Wrt. Voc. ii. 23, 5 : 131, 28.

á-cealdian. Add : -- Swá ðæt wearme wlacaþ æ-acute;r hit eallunga ácealdige ita a calore per teporem reditur ad frigus, Past. 447, 6. Hé læg ácealdod on nyþeweardum limum, Hml. Th. i. 534, 10. [Acoaldest, A. R. 404. O. H. Ger. er-kaltén.]

á-ceápian. Add: To buy off or out, where a result is obtained by payment :-- Hæ-acute;þenne here him fram áceápian, C. D. B. iii. 75, 3. Búton hé him wille fæ-acute;hðe of áceápian unless he will buy off the feud from himself, Ll. Th. i. 150, 2. On ðá gerád ðæt hine náge nán man of tó áceápienne on the condition that no man is to buy him out of the land he holds, i. e. get it by paying a higher rent, Cht. Th. 151, 14. [Cf. O. H. Ger. er-kaufen redimere.] Cf. á-bycgan.

a-cearfan. Dele.

á-célan. Substitute: v. trans. To cool, make cool (lit. and fig.) :-- Ácéle ðú wealhát ísen, Lch. ii. 256, 14. Ðæt ic beó ácéled ut refrigerer, Ps. L. 38, 14. Ðæs þearfan ne bið þurst ácéled, Met. 7, 17. [Water akelþ alle þo þet hit drinkeþ, Misc. 30, 9. Þe anguysse akelde hym, R. Glouc. 442, 13. O. H. Ger. er-chuolen refrigerare, satiare.]

á-cennan. Add: I. to produce, &c., (1) where the product is of the same kind as the producer, (a) in reference to men or animals :-- Tó ácennene ad propagandam, An. Ox. 1400. Ácennende wæs enixa est, Wrt. Voc. ii. 29, 38. Ácenned cretus, 21, 23. Ðæs ácendan engles mægen, Bl. H. 165, 5. His ácænnedan dohtor, Ap. Th. 24, 19. (b) of things :-- Ácennede exorti (flores), An. Ox. 549. (2) where the product is different, (a) of men :-- Ácende edidit (opera), An. Ox. 2316. (b) of things :-- Ðone cwyld ðe se súðerna wind ácænð, Lch. iii. 276, 7. Wið ðá wunda ðe on ðám men beóð ácenned, i. 158, 12. II. to attribute, assign. v. cennan, II :-- Hý betæ-acute;hton (ácendon, v l.) and benemdon hyra deófolgyldum ðá neát ðá ðe hý woldon syllan, Mart. 198, 11. [O. H. Ger. er-kennen gignere; agnoscere.] v. eft-, un-ácenned.

á-cennedlic. Add :-- Ácennedlica nascentia, R. Ben. I. 70, 16. Ácennedlicum nativa, Wrt. Voc. ii. 59, 75.

á-cennedness. Add :-- Gif gé willað ðone fruman sceaft geþencan, and ðone scippend, and siþþan eówer æ-acute;lces ácennednesse si primordia vestra, auctoremque Deum spectes, Bt. 30, 2; F. 110, 18. v. eft-, frum-ácennedness; á-cenness.

á-cennend, es; m. A parent :-- Ácennendum parentibus suis, Rtl. 197, 21.

á-cennendlic; adj. In the glosses :-- Ácennendlicum genuina, An. Ox. 1243: nascentibus, 2419.

á-cenness, e; f. Birth, nativity :-- Úres Dryhtnes ácennes, Ors. 1, 14 S. 58, 11. Geðence hé ðá æðelu ðæ-acute;re æfterran ácennesse, ðæt is on ðæ-acute;m fulluhte nobilitatem intimae regenerationis aspiciat, Past. 85, 15. Fram Crístes ácennesse, Chr. P. p. 2, 2. On ðæ-acute;m eahteþan dæge æfter his ácennysse, Shrn. 47, 21 : 48, 9. v. á-cennedness.

á-cennicge (? cf. for suffix sealticge), an; f. A (female) parent :-- Ácennic and hehstald genetricis et virginis, Rtl. 69, 9. ERROR genetricem, 51, 31.

á-ceócian. Add :-- Se deófol gefrédde ðone angel Crístes godcundnysse, þurh ðá hé wæs tó deáðe áceócod, Hml. Th. i. 216, 16. [Adam þaroffe bot, and wearð þarmide acheked, and þureh þat one snede wearð al his ofspring acheked, O. E. Hml. ii. 181, 33. Cf. Icel. kok gullet, koka to gulp.]

á-ceócung rumination, v. preceding word.

á-ceorfan. Add: To cut away, cut down a tree :-- Ic of áceorfe abscido, Ælfc. Gr. 172, 2: amputo, 277, 7. Wé scylda mid láre anweg áceorfað, Past. 167, 7. Ácearf abscindet, Ps. Spl. C. 76, 8. Hé his eáre of ácearf (amputavit), Mk. 14, 47. Se engel him ðá cennendan leomu of ácearf, Gr. D. 26, 27. Ðæt hé ealle ðá geþóhtas of his móde ne áceorfe, Past. 139, 26. Ðæt him man heáfod of áceorfe, Bl. H. 189, 33. Gif mon áceorfe án treów, Ll. Th. i. 130, 2. Áceorfan fram ússe heortan unclæ-acute;ne geþóhtas. Shrn. 47, 23.

á-ceósan. Add: To pick out, elect; á-coren; pp. choice, excellent, select, elect :-- Hié ácuron endlefan þúsend monna, Ors. 2, 5; S. 78, 24. Ðára monna ðe hé him tó fultume hæfde ácoren (consilii causa legerat), 6. 2; S. 256, 2. Paulus wæs bodigend and æ-acute;coren láreów, Hml. A. 149, 148 : 182, 43. On ðára ácorenra monna heortan in electorum cordibus, Past. 237, 21 : 465, 10. On gódum and ácorenum módum bonis mentibus, Gr. D. 57, 1. Ðú wilt habban ealle fægere ðing and ácorene, Hml. Th. ii. 410, 19. [Aceas he him leorninchnihtes, O. E. Hml. i. 229, 1. O. Sax. á-kiosan : O. H. Ger. er-kiosan eligere.]

a-ceósung, dele. a-cerran. v. á-cirran : ác-hál, dele.

ác-hangra, an; m. An oak wood on a slope :-- On áchangran, C. D. v. 179, 28.

ác-holt, es; m. An oak wood :-- Tó thám ácholte, C. D. B. iii. 44, 28. Æ-acute;lce geáre fíftig fóðra and án hund of ðæs cinges ácholte, C. D. vi. 243, 13.

á-cígan. Add :-- Fram deáþes ðrescwalde wæs ácígende mortis limite revocans, Bd. 5, 6; S. 618, 34. Tó giriord áceigido aron ad coenam vocati sunt, Rtl. 70, 37.

á-cirran; p. de To turn away, turn over, change :-- Hú lange ácyrrest ðú (avertis) ansýne ðín fram mé?, Ps. Spl. T. 12, 1. Hé ácyrde convertit, hí ácyrdon averterunt, ácyrrendum avertente, Bl. Gl. Ácer anséne ðíne fram synnum mínum, Ps. L. 50, 11: Ps. Srt. 53, 7: 101, 3. Et nú ðás sídan ðe gehirsted is, and ácer mé on ðá óþre, Shrn. 116, 6. Ácyraþ verte, Kent. Gl. 398. Ne ácerre ne avertaris, Mt. L. 5, 42. Of ácerred evertendam, Lk. p. 10, 4. Hé geseah his hors ácyrred fram his wédenheortnesse (a sua vesania immutatum), Gr. D. 78, 16. Synd ealle ðás