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ÆLAN--ÆLMES-LÍCE 15

ælan. l. æ-acute;lan, and add: I. to kindle light, fire:--Hí fýr æ-acute;lað, Wal. 22. Ne scyle nán mon blæ-acute;cern æ-acute;lan under mittan, Past. 43, 2. Æ-acute;ldon adolent, incendunt, Germ. 402. 68. II. to burn up. v. Ph. 222: 526: Cri. 813 (in Dict.). III. to burn, expose to fire what is not consumed:--Se deópa seáð giémeð gæ-acute;sta, æ-acute;leð hý mid ðý ealdan líge, Cri. 1547. [Se geréfa hét bringen leaden fæt, and hét hit mid wætere áfyllan, and dyde hit æ-acute;len swýþe hát, Nar. 46, 4.]

æ-acute;-láreów, es; m. A doctor of the law, a Pharisee:--Gebed ðæs æ-acute;láruas oratio pharisaei, Lk. p. 9, 13. Mið æ-acute;lárua apud pharisaeum, p. 7, 10. Æ-acute;láruas pharisaei, p. 5, 5. Ðá æ-acute;láruuas, 5, 17. Tó ðæ-acute;m aeláruum, Jn. 9, 13.

ælaþ, aelbitu. v. ealaþ, ilfette.

æ-acute;lc. Add: I. each (1) substantival:--Þ-bar; æ-acute;lc preósta scrífe, Ll. Th. ii. 258, 9. Æ-acute;lc ðæ-acute;ra ðe ðás míne word gehýrð, Mt. 7, 24. Æ-acute;lces mé þincþ ðæt hé sié wyrþe . . . þone weorþscipe hé forgifþ æ-acute;lcum ðára ðe hine lufað, Bt. 27, 2; F. 96, 29-32. Hira geféra ælces ðára ðe wel doo, Past. 75, 12. Unscildig eówres æ-acute;lces blódes, 379, 14. (1 a) combined with án:--Nim ðyssa wyrta æ-acute;lcre ánre swá micel swá ðára óþra, Lch. iii. 72, 14. On æ-acute;lcum ánum hí sint ealle, Bt. 33, 3; F. 126, 15. (1 b) with óþer, where there is reciprocal action:--Bere eówer æ-acute;lc óðres byrðenne, Past. 219, 12. Þurh ðæt ðe hí him sylfe æ-acute;lc óþerne forfóre, Chr. 1052; P. 181, 22. Hí þegniað æ-acute;lc óðum, Met. 25, 12. (2) adjectival:--Hwílum on áne healfe, hwílum on æ-acute;lce healfe, Chr. 892; P. 82, 34. (2 a) combined with án:--Æ-acute;lc án hagelstán wegeð fíf pund, Wlfst. 228, 6. On æ-acute;lcre ánre talentan wæs lxxx punda, Ors. 4, 6; S. 170, 28. (2 b) in plural, all:--Wæs hé æ-acute;lcum witum láþ, Bt. 28; F. 100, 27. On æ-acute;lcum þingum, R. Ben. 15, 20. Se ilca is wendende æ-acute;lce onwaldas, Ors. 2, 1; S. 64, 2. Æ-acute;lce misdæ-acute;da ágyldan, Ll. Th. i. 328, 15. Hí forbudon æ-acute;lce wífunga, ii. 374, 35: 286, 30. Æ-acute;lce wígwæ-acute;pna læ-acute;te man stille, Wlfst. 170, 8. II. in excluding phrases, any:--Búton æ-acute;lcon þegne Créca lond sécan, Ors. 4, 1; S. 156, 32. Búton æ-acute;lcre hreówe, 2, 1; S. 64, 7: Past. 37, 2. Búton æ-acute;lcere méder . . . búton æ-acute;lcum eorðlicum fæder, Hml. Th. ii. 6, 5-7. On ánum báte bútan æ-acute;lcum geréþrum, Chr. 891; P. 82, 19. Wiðútan æ-acute;lcon wæ-acute;pnon, 1086; P. 220, 28. II a. combined with án:--Bútan æ-acute;lcre ánre tale (printed arentale), Cht. Th. 563, 16. See also æ-acute;fre, III.

æ-acute;lc-hwega, -hugu every:--Ðæt ic hwelcnehugu (æ-acute;lcne-, Cott. MS.) dæ-acute;il gesecge Alexandres dæ-acute;da, Ors. 3, 7; S. 110, 13.

ælcor, ælcra. v. elcor, elcra: ælecung. v. R. Ben. 14, 7 note.

æled. l. æ-acute;led, and dele) [pp. ofælan].

æled-fýr. l. æ-acute;led fýr: æle-lendisc. v. ele-lendisc.

æle-græ-acute;dig; adj. Very greedy, ravenous:--Gezabel sceolon etan ælegræ-acute;dige hundas, Hml. S. 18, 213.

æle-midde, an; f. The exact middle; only in the phrase on æle&dash-uncertain;middan=just in the middle:--Seó firmamentum tyrnð symle onbútan ús. . . . Seó eorðe stent on ælemiddan, Lch. iii. 254, 16. Ðæ-acute;re sunnan hæ-acute;tu wyrcð fíf dæ-acute;las on middanearde. . . . Án ðæ-acute;ra dæ-acute;la is on ælemiddan, weallende, 260, 20. Wæs óðer treów on ælemiddan paradisum, Hex. 24, 17. Agnes stód on ælemiddan gesund, Hml. S. 7, 223. Ðá héngon ðá cempan Críst on ælemiddan, and ðá twégen sceaðan him on twá healfa, Hml. Th. ii. 254, 22.

æ-leng. l. æ-acute;-lenge, æ-acute;linge, and add:--Mé þincþ ðæt . . . tó æ-acute;lenge (MS. -legge) tó gehýranne, Shrn. 195, 21. On æ-acute;lengum ðingum geðyldige, Past. 41, 16. v. next two words, and see elenge, alange in N. E. D.

æ-acute;-lenge, æ-acute;linge tedium, weariness:--Ðý læ-acute;s æ-acute;linge út ádrífe selflicne secg, (Met. Einl. 6.)

æ-acute;-lengness, æ-acute;lingness, e; f. Tedium, weariness:--Æ-acute;lengnes fastidium, Wrt. Voc. ii. 146, 46. Æ-acute;lingnysse þolaþ rihtwís tedium patitur justus, Scint. 216, 9.

ælepe origanum, Wrt. Voc. i. 68, 28. [Wülcker prints ælere; perhaps ælene should be read: cf. origanum elene, Lch. iii. 304, col. 1.]

æ-acute;le-puta; m. l. æ-acute;le-púte; f., and add:--Myne vel æ-acute;lepúte capito, Wrt. Voc. i. 55, 75.

æ-acute;-léten. Dele. v. æ-acute;-læ-acute;te.

æle-wealdend almighty:--Ælewealdend fæder cuncti parens, Germ. 401, 128. [O. Sax. alo-waldand.] v. eall-wealdend.

Ælf, e; f. The Elbe:--Ælfe múða ðæ-acute;re ié, Ors. 1, 1; S. 16, 6, 27. Icel. Elfr.]

ælf. l. e; f., and add:--Gif men hwilc yfel costung weorþe oþþe ælf oþþe nihtgengan, Lch. ii. 344, 16. v. dún-, land-ælf; ilf.

-ælfen. Add: feld-, sæ-acute;-, wæter-ælfen: æl-fer, n. l. æl-faru; f.

æ-acute;l-fisc, es; m. An eel:--Ic geeácnode tó ðæ-acute;re æ-acute;rran sylene týn þúsenda æ-acute;lfixa æ-acute;lce geáre ðám munecum, C. D. iii. 61, 5.

æl-fremed (el-). Add: I. strange, foreign, not belonging to one:--Næs mid him [god] elfremed (alienus), Cant. M. ad fil. 12. Se ælfremeda Heródes ðæs ríces geweóld, Hml. Th. i. 82, 4. Hé earmlíce geendode on ælfremedum earde, Hml. S. 25, 547. On eorðan elfremedre in terra aliena, Ps. L. 136, 4. Þurh ælfremede horwan gefýled defiled by others' pollution, Hml. S. 7, 129. Ealle middaneardlice ðing swá swá ælfremede forhogigende cuncta hujus mundi velut aliena spernendo, Hml. Th. ii. 130, 1. II. with fram, stranger to anything, without a share in, free from:--Se munuc sceal beón ælfremed fram eorðlicum dæ-acute;dum, Hex. 36, 24. Swá freóh fram deáðes sárnysse swá swá ælfremed fram líchamlicere gewemmednysse, Hml. Th. i. 76, 15. Culfre is fram geallan biternysse ælfremed, 584, 35. Wé wæ-acute;ron þurh synna ælfremede fram Gode; ðá wurde wé eác ælfremede fram his englum getealde, 38, 15. Fram ðám écan wurðmynte ælfremede beón, Hml. A. 21, 169.

Ælfric. For an account of Ælfric see 'Ælfric, a new study of his life and writings,' by C. L. White (Yale Studies in English).

ælf-sciéne, -sciéno; ælf-scínu. Take together under ælf-scíne.

ælf-siden. Add:--Þeós sealf is gód wiþ æ-acute;lcre feóndes costunga and ælfsidenne, Lch. ii. 334, 18. [Cf. (?) Icel. síða to charm; seiðr a charm.]

ælf-þone; f.? Dele ?: æl-fylc. l. æl-fylce.

æ-acute;l-hýd(?), e; f. An eel-skin:--Man sceal habban æ-acute;lhýde, ofnrace, mexscofle, Angl. ix. 265, 2.

æ-acute;-lic (æ-acute;w-). Add: I. of law, concerned with law, belonging to law:--Hé (John) wæs æ-acute;gðer ge æ-acute;lic ge godspellic, Hml. S. 16, 101. Æ-acute;lice legalia (volumina), An. Ox. 4949. Tó ðám fíf æ-acute;licum bócum, Hml. Th. i. 188, 20: 98, 33: Hml. A. 24, 14. II. in accordance with law, fixed by law, legal, legitimate:--Æ-acute;licere legitimae, Hpt. Gl. 411, 69. Oð ðæt hí becómon tó æ-acute;licre yldo until they came of age, Hml. A. 129, 439. Oð æ-acute;lice yldo, 132, 536. Æ-acute;wlice legitimi, Angl. xiii. 369, 57. Æ-acute;licera (-e, MS.) beboda praeceptorum legalium, An. Ox. 1017. Tó ðám æ-acute;licum onsægednyssum, Num. 18, 2. Æ-acute;lice legalia (scita), An. Ox. 5144. II a. with special reference to marriage, v. æ-acute;:--Æ-acute;ulic hæ-acute;mæd legitimum connubium, An. Ox. 415. Æ-acute;wlices gegæder&dash-uncertain;scipes legitime jugalitatis, 582. Ácenned of æ-acute;licum gesinscype, Bd. 1, 27; S. 495, 22. Tó æ-acute;licum gyftum, Hml. A. 129, 441.

æ-acute;-líce; adv. Lawfully, legitimately:--Æ-acute;líce lybbende, Hml. A. 24, 12. Æwlíce legitime, Angl. xiii. 369, 50.

æ-acute;-lifne (?); adj. Without means of support (v. lifen), nourished by others (?):--Aelifnae alumnis (alumni?), Ep. Gl. 3 d, 38.

æ-acute;ling burning. Substitute:--Lígræsc vel æ-acute;ling coruscatio, i. fulgor, splendor, Wrt. Voc. ii. 136, 3. Synna ne beóð næ-acute;fre áfeormode for nánes fýres æ-acute;lincge, Hml. Th. ii. 590, 20.

æling weariness. v. æ-acute;-lenge: æ-acute;lingness. v. æ-acute;-lengness.

ælmes-bæþ, es; n. Washing of the poor done as an act of charity:--Sceóte man ælmessan . . . hwílum ælmesbæð, hwílum þearfena fótþweál, Wlfst. 171, 2.

ælmes-dæ-acute;d, e; f. An alms-deed, a charitable action:--Ðá ðing ðe God bebeád, ðæt is . . . ælmesdæ-acute;da, Hml. Th. ii. 22, 10: 602, 10. Nis nán ðearfa fram ælmesdæ-acute;dum áscyred, 106, 8. Hé on ælmesdæ-acute;dum áwunode in eleemosynis permansit, Bd. 5, 19; S. 636, 28. Gif se mon áhefð his handa tó ælmesdæ-acute;dum, Bl. H. 37, 24: H. R. 17, 27: Wlfst. 238, 24. Mid ælmesdæ-acute;dum and mid óðrum gódum weorcum, 142, 24. Góde weorc begán and ælmesdæ-acute;da, 286, 6: Hml. Th. ii. 100, 21.

ælmes-feoh. Add:--Peter's pence (v. Alms-fee in N. E. D.), Ll. Th. i. 432, 9.

ælmes-full; adj. Liberal with alms, charitable:--Ælfgár &b-tilde; se ælmes&dash-uncertain;fulla, Chr. 1021; P. 154, 30. Wé gehýrdan secgan be ðám ælmesfullan hú góde sáwle hé hæfð, Hml. A. 166, 61. Ælmysfulle eleemosynis largi, Ll. Th. ii. 224, 27. [Sein Martin þe bigan on his guwuðe to bien almesful, O. E. Hml. ii. 85, 10. Milde and allmessfull, Orm. 9931.]

ælmes-gedál, es; n. Distribution of alms:--Bisceopes dægweorc . . . his ælmesgedál, Ll. Th. ii. 314, 22: Wlfst. 171, 3. Ælmesgedál dæ-acute;le man gelóme, mete dám of hingredum, 74, 2.

ælmes-georn. Add:--Heó wæs swíðe ælmesgeorn, and ðá ðearfan . . . mid cystigum móde . . . áfédde, Hml. Th. i. 60, 14. Ælmysgeorn, Shrn. 98, 4. Sýn wé rummóde þearfendum mannum and earmum ælmesgeorne, Bl. H. 109, 15. Ælmesgeorne and árdæ-acute;de wið earme men, 131, 2. Mildheorte and ælmesgeorne, 95, 26: Wlfst. 109, 12. [Elmes&yogh;eorn nes heo nefre, O. E. Hml. i. 43, 32.]

ælmes-gifa, an; m. An almsgiver:--Sé ðe wæ-acute;re gítsiende óðra manna þinga, weorðe of his ágenan rihte begytenan ælmesgyfa (-gifa, v. l.) georne, Wlfst. 72, 4.

ælmes-gifu, e; f. What is given as alms, alms:--Ðæt ðæt heom góde men tó ælmesgife for Godes lufan sealdon, Wlfst. 159, 20.

ælmes-hláf, es; m. Bread given as alms:--Willa ic gesellan of ðém ærfe ðe mé God forgef æ-acute;lce gére CL. hláfa, L. hwítehláfa, CXX. elmes&dash-uncertain;hláfes, Cht. Th. 474, 26.

ælmes-leóht, es; n. Light brought to church by one keeping a vigil during a fast:--Ðonne man fæste . . . forlæ-acute;te man æ-acute;lce worldbysga, and læges and nihtes swá man oftost mæge on cirican gewunige, and mid ælmesleóhte wacigan ðár georne, Ll. Th. ii. 288, 1.

ælmes-lic; adj. I. of the nature of alms, eleemosynary, charitable:--Hié hígon gefeormien and hígon ús mid heora godcundum gódum swæ-acute; gemynen swæ-acute; ús árlic and him ælmeslic siæ-acute;, Cht. Th. 476, 34. Swé hit him rehtlicast and elmestlicast wére, 465, 24. II. depending upon alms, poor:--Ælmysli[cum] paupertino, An. Ox. 56, 302.

ælmes-líce; adv. Charitably:--Fóe hé tó thaem londe and hit forgelde and thaet wiorth gedaele fore hiora gástas suae aelmeslíce and suae rehtlíce suae hé him seolfa on his wísdóme geleornie, C. D. i. 234, 34.