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16 ÆLMES-MANN--ÆNBR&E-hook;CE

ælmes-mann, es; m. An alms-man (v. N. E. D.), one supported by alms, a bedesman or a beggar:--Ðeáh se man nime æ-acute;nne stán and lecge on fúl slóh, ðæt se ælmesman mæge mid ðám óðrum fét steppan on ðá clæ-acute;nan healfe, Wlfst. 239, 10. On ælmesmannes híwe, Hml. S. 23, 562. Ðæt gé dæghwámlíce dæ-acute;lan ælmessan . . . ælmesmannum oððe wydewum, Wlfst. 238, 28: Lch. i. 400, 17. Ðonne wille ic ðæt man nime tó æ-acute;lcan ðissa háma twelf ælmesmen, and gif hwæt hera æ-acute;nigan getíde, sette man ðæ-acute;r óþerne tó, C. D. B. iii. 75, 38.

ælmes-riht, es; n. A right or obligation in reference to alms (cf. Riht is ðæt man betæ-acute;ce . . . þriddan dæ-acute;l (folces ælmessan) ðám þearfum, Ll. Th. ii. 256, 30):--Æ-acute;ghwilc ælmesriht ðe man on Godes ést scolde mid rihte georne gelæ-acute;stan, æ-acute;lc man gelitlað oððe forhealdeð, Wlfst. 159, 21. Ðræ-acute;lriht wæ-acute;ron generwde and ælmesriht gewanode, 158, 16.

ælmesse. Add: I. alms, what is given in charity:--Wist vel ælmesse stips, Wrt. Voc. i. 17, 8. Ælmesse agape, 33: eleemosyna vel agape, 28, 56. Swá swá wæter ádwæ-acute;scð fýr, swá ádwæ-acute;scð seó ælmysse synne, Hml. Th. ii. 106, 7. Ne selle mon tó fela . . . ðý læ-acute;s him gehreówe sió ælmesse, Past. 325, 8. Ðé þúhte æ-acute;fre tó lytel úre ælmesse, Wlfst. 241, 3. Ælmæssan stipis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 78, 35. Ðæt gé dæg&dash-uncertain;hwámlíce dæ-acute;lan ælmessan be ðám dæ-acute;le ðe æ-acute;lcum men tó onhagige, þeáh hit ne sý bútan feórðan dæ-acute;l ánes hláfes, Wlfst. 238, 26. Wé læ-acute;rað ðæt preóstas swá dæ-acute;lan folces ælmessan ðæt hig . . . folc tó ælmessan gewænian. And wé læ-acute;rað ðæt preóstas sealmas singan ðonne hí ðá ælmessan dæ-acute;lan, Ll. Th. ii. 256, 7-11. Ic ðás elmessan gesette ob mínem erfelande, Cht. Th. 475, 26. Hwæt sceoldon ðé úre ælmessan? Wlfst. 240, 15. 'Forgyfað, and eów bið forgyfen. Syllað, and eów bið geseald.' Ðás twá ælmessena cynn ús sind tó begánne, Hml. Th. ii. 100, 31. Ðæt góde weorc ðára ælmæssena, Gr. D. 320, 25. Geornfull on árfæstum wæstmum ælmesena, Bd. 4, 11; S. 579, 7. Tó ælmessum ad agapem, Wrt. Voc. ii. 86, 57. II. a charitable action:--Þeáh se man ne nime búton æ-acute;nne stán and ðæne gelecge on fúl slóh, ðæt se ælmesman mæge mid óðrum fét stæppan on ðá clænan healfe, ðæt him byð swýþe micel ælmesse, Wlfst. 303, 11. Ic bidde eów þæt (þæ-acute;re?) ælmyssan ðæt ic móte ánes þinges áxian, Hml. S. 23, 721. III. an offering:--Éghwelc cwicu almes (almus, L.) omnis victima, Mk. R. 9, 49. [Perhaps the word shows Celtic influence; cf. Old Irish almsan.]

ælmes-selen, e; f. Alms-giving:--Ðæt hálige gebed and seó hlútre lufu Godes and seó ælmessylen, Wlfst. 146, 4: Dóm. L. 28, 9. Fæsten and wæccan and ælmessylena æfter úrum gemete, Bl. H. 73, 27. Tó ðám weorce ælmæssylena eleemosynarum operibus, Gr. D. 329, 13: 321, 24. Hé hit hæfde geearnod mid ælmæsselenun and gódum weorcum, 330, 18. Mid bénum and mid ælmessylenum, Ll. Th. ii. 324, 32.

ælmes-weorc, es; n. Alms-deed, work of charity:--Ðæt wé úre synna béton mid fæstenum and mid gebedum and mid ælmesweorcum, Bl. H. 25, 17. [To wirrkenn allmeswerrken, Orm. 10118.]

æ-acute;lpig. v. án-lípig.

æl-syndrig quite apart, single:--Ælsyndrio singuli, Lk. R. 2, 3.

æl-tæw. l. æl-tæ-acute;we, -teáwe, -teówe, -tówe, and add:--Ic ongite ðætte æltæ-acute;we anweald nis on nánum woruldríce, Bt. 33, 1; F. 120, 3. Se geleáfa strengra bið ðæ-acute;r ðæ-acute;r hé æltæ-acute;we bið, Hml. Th. i. 250, 20. Hyt is æltæ-acute;we gyf hí mon hreáwe swylgeþ, Lch. i. 344, 16. Hyra (joy and sorrow) náðer ne mæg beón æltéwe bútan óðrum, Prov. K. 71. Se mon ðe his módgeðanc æltówe byþ, Gr. D. 2, 5. Hé hét geáxian sumne æltæ-acute;wne drý, Hml. S. 14, 49. Ic ðá égðyrle macige ðe ælteówe beóð, 36, 69. Ðá æltæ-acute;wan mód ðára gódra esna piae subditorum mentes, Past. 199, 3. Ðeáh hié wieten ðæt hié æltæ-acute;we ne sín cum de imperfectione reprehendunt, 7. Hé ne nom náne ware húlice hié wæ-acute;ron, for ðon hiera wæs má forcúþra ðonne æltæ-acute;wra, Ors. 5, 4; S. 224, 23. Hæfde ic ælteówe þénas næ-acute;re ic ðus eáðelíce oferswíðed, Hml. S. 11, 226.

æl-tæ-acute;wlíce. Add:--Ðone mon ðú meaht gelácnian æltæ-acute;wlíce, Lch. ii. 348, 16, 22.

æl-þeód, &c., æ-acute;-manne, æmbern. v. el-þeód, &c., æ-acute;-men, embren.

æ-acute;-melle: adj. Insipid:--Insipidun, quod saporem non habet, hoc est unmeagle sive æ-acute;melle, Wrt. Voc. ii. 49, 37. Cf. á-mællad.

æ-acute;-melness. Add: I. want of energy or of interest, sloth:--Se sixta heáfodleahtor (accidia) is ásolcennys oððe æ-acute;melnys. Se leahtor déð ðæt ðám men ne lyst nán ðing tó góde gedón, ac gæ-acute;ð him ásolcen fram æ-acute;lcere dugeðe, Hml, Th. ii. 220, 22. Æ-acute;mylnys, Hml. S. 1, 107. II. weariness, tedium, disgust:--Æ-acute;melnes fastidium, Wrt. Voc. ii. 146, 46. Ðæ-acute;r beóð ealle unrótnyssa, ádl and yrre and æ-acute;melnys taedia, tristitiae, indignatio, languor (Dóm. L. p. 25, 115), Wlfst. 139, 18: Dóm. L. 228. Unrótnes, æ-acute;melnys taedia, tristitiae, 260. Snoffan æ-acute;mylnysse nausiae tedio, Angl. xiii. 369, 50. Æ-acute;mælnessa fastidia, Hpt. 33, 238, 5.

æ-acute;-men. Add: æ-acute;-menne, æ-acute;-mann (? v. next word; for declension cf. æ-acute;-mód):--Ðá wundrade Alexander hwý hit swá æ-acute;menne wæ-acute;re vacuam civitatem ratus, Ors. 3, 9; S. 134, 12. Hié hit ðæ-acute;r swá æ-acute;menne métton, 2, 4; S. 76, 16.

æ-acute;-menne solitude:--'Ðú beþorftest ðæt ðú hæfdest dígele stówe and æ-acute;manne (-menne?) æ-acute;lces óðres þinges (ista solitudinem meram desiderant) and fæáwa cúðe men.' Ðá cwæð ic: 'Ic nebbe nán ðára ne ðonne æ-acute;menne ne óðera manna fultum ne dýgela stówe,' Shrn. 165, 8-12.

æ-acute;merge, an; f. I. embers, ashes:--Se hláf wæs mid ðám glédum and mid ðæ-acute;re æ-acute;myrgan (-yrian, -ergean, v. ll.) (cineribus) bewrigen, Gr. D. 87, 11. Beréc hý on háte æ-acute;mergean, Lch. iii. 30, 18. II. fig. dust:--Ic nán gást ne eom ac æ-acute;merge and axe and eall flæ-acute;sc, Hml. S. 23 b, 286. [O. H. Ger. eimuria busta: Icel. eimyrja; f. embers.]

æ-acute;met-bed(d), es; n. An ant-hill:--Genim æ-acute;metbed mid ealle, ðára ðe hwílum fleogað, beóþ reáde, Lch. ii. 338, 21.

æmete. l. æ-acute;met(t)e, and add:--Æ-acute;mette formica, Wrt. Voc. i. 78, 65. Æ-acute;mete chameleon, ii. 15, 59. Swá þicce hié áweóllon swá æ-acute;mettan, Nar. 11, 13. Émetan formicas, Kent. Gl. 1102. Geseah ic micelne æ-acute;mettena heáp, Hml. A. 204, 315.

æ-acute;met-hwíl. Add:--Ðæs restedæges æ-acute;methwíle (æn-, MS.) Sabbati otium, An. Ox. 40, 18.

æ-acute;met-hyll. Add:--Past. 191, 25.

æ-acute;metta, æ-acute;meta, æ-acute;mta. Add:--On æ-acute;mettan in tranquilitate, Past. 59, 1. Beóð hié swíður on hiera móde geswenced for ðæ-acute;m æ-acute;mettan (æ-acute;mtan, Hatt. MS.) ipsa deterius sua quiete fatigantur, 126, 24, Swá oft swá hí æ-acute;mtan (æ-acute;mettan, v. l.) habbaþ quotiescumque vacant, Bd. 4, 25; S. 601, 16: Ll. Th. i. 236, 3. v. un-æ-acute;metta.

æ-acute;mettig, æ-acute;metig, æ-acute;mtig. Add: I. of space, empty, void, vacant:--Seó stów ne bið nóht longe æ-acute;mettugu, Shrn. 82, 24. Æ-acute;mettig, æ-acute;mtig, Bd. 4, 30; Sch. 537, 6. Æ-acute;mtig innoþ, Scint. 57, 4. Gyt is rýmet æ-acute;mtig, Hml. Th. ii. 376, 9. Æ-acute;lc beód æ-acute;mtig (vacua) byþ gesewen, Coll. M. 28, 33. Ðæt æ-acute;mtige fæc bufon ðæ-acute;re lyfte, Lch. iii. 242, 16. Æ-acute;ne émptige cytan, Hml. S. 33, 170. Æ-acute;mtige fatu mid wíne áfyllan, Hml. Th. ii. 58, 14. I a. with gen.:--Byden æ-acute;lces eles æ-acute;mtig, Gr. D. 160, 10. II. devoid, void of, free from:--'Wes ðú hál, geofena ful.' Heó wæs ful cweden, næs æ-acute;metugu, Bl. H. 5, 5. II a. with gen.:--Æ-acute;metig gástlicra mægena, Bl. H. 37, 9. Hí wiðinnan æ-acute;mtige wæ-acute;ron ðæs gódan ingehýdes, Hml. Th. ii. 570, 7. II b. with fram:--Hé wæs æ-acute;mtig fram ðám incundan andgite, Hml. Th. ii. 556, 1. Spræ-acute;c æ-acute;mtegu fram mægenes byrðene, Gr. D. 151, 1. Ídelne and æ-acute;mtigne fram ðám écum gódnyssum, Hml. Th. i. 204, 11. III. unoccupied, at leisure, exempt from:--Ic eom æ-acute;mtig (æ-acute;mptig, v. l.) vacat mihi, Ælfc. Gr. 206, 13. Martha swanc, and Maria sæt æ-acute;mtig, Hml. Th. ii. 440, 1. Se æ-acute;mettega (æ-acute;metiga, Hatt. MS.), Past. 190, 18. Ðonne hig bysega nabbon and æ-acute;mtige synd, R. Ben. 84, 19. Swá hié æ-acute;mettegran (æ-acute;metegran, Hatt. MS.) beóð ðonne óðre men, Past. 190, 14. III a. with gen.:--Hié æ-acute;mettige (æ-acute;mtige, Hatt. MS.) beóð ðæ-acute;re scíre, Past. 126, 23. Ðá menn ðe æ-acute;mtige beóð ðæs ðæt hié for óðre men swincen, 191, 13. III b. with fram:--Fram ðám gewinne ðæ-acute;re þénunge æ-acute;mettig (æ-acute;mtig, æ-acute;metig, v. ll.) wæs a labore et ministerio vacabat, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 351, 11. III c. with tó, free to do:--Ðæ-acute;m ðe æ-acute;mettig (æ-acute;metig, Hatt. MS.) bið his ágenne willan tó wyrceanne illi sibimet vacanti, Past. 190, 24. Hié wilniað ðæt hié bión freó and æ-acute;mettige (æ-acute;mtige, Hatt. MS.) tó gástlicum weorcum, 134, 26. IV. unmarried:--Gif hwylc æ-acute;mtig man (vacuus homo) gewemme óðres wíf . . . And gif hwylc man ðe on his rihtan gesynscipe libbe æ-acute;mtigne man (vacuam) gewemme, Ll. Th. ii. 164, 32, 34. Yfel æ-acute;wbryce bið ðæt æ-acute;wfæst man mid æ-acute;mtige (émtige, v. l.) forlicge, i. 404, 22. Hí gemengan wið ðá æ-acute;mtegan wífmen (feminis vacantibus), Past. 401, 24.

æ-acute;met(ti)gian, æ-acute;mtig(i)an. Add: I. to empty:--Ic æ-acute;mtige (émtigie, æ-acute;mptig(i)e, v. ll.) vacuo, Ælfc. Gr. 137, 4. II. fig. v. æ-acute;mettig, II:--His spræ-acute;c wæs æ-acute;metegod (vacua) ðæ-acute;re mycelnyssé his gódan mægnes, Gr. D. 151, 1. III. to be at leisure. v. æ-acute;mettig, III:--Ne on dæge ðú aemtiga (vaces), Scint. 31, 8. Aemetgiað vacate, Ps. Srt. 45, 11. Hí æ-acute;mtian vacent, R. Ben. I. 81, 15. III a. with dat. (in Latin glosses) to devote one's self to, take time for:--Æ-acute;mta ræ-acute;dincge vaca lectioni, Scint. 222, 5. Sé ðe émtige (vacet) ídelnesse, R. Ben. I. 83, 8. Ræ-acute;dinge hí æ-acute;mtian, 82, 9, 14. Émtian, 83, 15. III b. with reflex. pron. and tó:--Mid ymnum hé hine æ-acute;metegode tó Gode studebat hymnis Deo vacare, Gr. D. 282, 4. Æ-acute;mtigað eów tó ræ-acute;dinge vacate lectioni, Ælfc. Gr. 206, 13. Ðá men ðe hié selfe tó ðæ-acute;re ciricean wlite æ-acute;mtegian sceoldon, Past. 135, 5. v. ge-, un-æ-acute;mettgian.

æ-acute;mettigness, e; f. Emptiness; an open space:--Ádrifen fram ðæ-acute;re heortan æ-acute;mtignesse ab ipso cordis ostio repulsa, Gr. D. 35, 17.

æ-acute;-mirce; adj. Excellent, distinguished; egregius, Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 28.

æ-acute;-mód. Add:--Émód amens, Wrt. Voc. ii. 100, 15. Æ-acute;mód, 6, 57. Wæ-acute;ron ðá synna ealle ádílegode bútan ánre; seó wæs seó mæ-acute;ste, and heó wearð ðá æ-acute;mód, Hml. S. 3, 553. Man sceal læ-acute;wedum mannum secgan be heora andgites mæ-acute;ðe, swá ðæt hí ne beón ðurh ðá deópnysse æ-acute;móde, Hml. Th. ii. 446, 8.

æ-acute;mta, æ-acute;mtig, &c. v. æ-acute;metta, æ-acute;mettig, &c.

æ-acute;-mynde, es; n. Want of care (?), neglect:--Funde ic hwæt eorðe mæg wið andan and wið æ-acute;minde and wið ðá micelan mannes tungan . . . beó gé gemindige mínes gódes, Lch. i. 384, 22.

æ-acute;myrge. v. æ-acute;merge.

ænbr&e-hook;ce. This in the facsimile of the MS. seems to be the form in El. 1029, the passage given in the Dict. under an-bróce (q. v.). If æþelu