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22 ÆT-FYLIGAN -- ÆÞELO

Hé geendebyrde þone unspédigan fiscere ætforan ðám rícan cásere, Hml. Th. i. 578, 10. Þ-bar; heregyld wæs æ-acute;fre ætforan óðrum gyldum þe man geald, Chr. 1052; P. 173, 22. II. adv. Before, beforehand :-- Wæ-acute;ron þá wælisce men ætforan mid þám cynge, Chr. 1048; P. 174, 9.

æt-fyligan. Add: , -fylgan :-- Him ætfylgedon his þegnas, Gr. D. 201, 9. v. æt-feólan, III b.

æt-gædere. In passage from Met. 20, 160 insert mæ-acute;st after biþ, and add: I. marking association :-- Him leófre wæ-acute;re þæt hié mid þæ-acute;re byrig ætgædere forwurdon þonne hié mon bútan him tówurpe, Ors. 4, 13; S. 210, 23. Hié ætgædere wæ-acute;ron on heora gebedstówe, Bl. H. 133, 18: 24. Læ-acute;t hí beón hér ætgædere geléde, Hml. S. 30, 443. Hí ne mihton ealle ætgædere gewunian, Chr. P. 3, 9. Þá hergas fóron bégen ætgædere, 894; P. 87, 10: 1014; P. 145, 18. II. marking simultaneous action :-- Þe læ-acute;s wé ætgædere ealle forweorðan, Wlfst. 166, 3. Se cyning lýhte of his horse ... ðá lyhte se biscop eac somod ætgædere, Bd. 3, 22; S. 553, 34. Búton hé bégra ætgæddre getilian mæge, P. 457, 15.

æt-gæderum; adv. Together :-- Him ðá eallum ætgæderum sittendum, Lch. iii. 428, 16.

æt-gæ-acute;re v. next word.

æt-gár. Add: æt- (æte-, ate-) gár; m. -gæ-acute;re; n. (The pl. seems sometimes used to gloss Latin sing.) :-- Falarica, i. theca gladii, telae genus vel hastae grandis vel lancea magna ætgár, Wrt. Voc. ii. 147, 9: 33, 49. Ætgáre framea, 36, 11: falarica (armatum), An. Ox. 8, 312. Ætegáre, Angl. xiii. 29, 46. Aetgaere ansatae, Txts. 41, 167. Ætgaeru (-gáru. Sievers, Gram. § 273, ann. 4, takes this to be a u-stem) framea, 65, 922. Ætgéro (ægt&e-hook;ro, MS.) falarica, 63, 839. Ategára falarica (v. 8, 312 above), An. Ox. 5023. Ategárum falarica (v. Angl. xiii. 29, 46 above), 786. Ategáras ansatas, 2, 502. Ætgáras, Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 68.

æt-gebicgan, -gebrengan. l. æt gebicgan, gebrengan. v. æt.

æt-geniman. Substitute: æt-genumen removed, taken away :-- Þá ætgenumenan erepta, Wrt. Voc. ii. 95, 30.

æt-glídan; p. -glád To slip away, disappear :-- Ædglide delitesceret (cf. another gloss of the same passage in An. Ox. 2089: Bemiþe, fordwine; and fordwínan delitescere, 2152), An. Ox. 7, 132.

æt-habban. Add :-- Námon ðá tó ræ-acute;de, þæt him wærlícor wæ-acute;re, þæt hí sumne dæ-acute;l heora landes wurðes æthæfdon, Hml. Th. i. 316, 24. Æthabban retinere, Scint. 57, 7, 8.

æ-acute;ðan. Dele, and see á-íþan: æ-acute;þan. v. ge-æ-acute;þan.

æt-healdan; p. -heóld To withhold :-- Þinc fram Drihtne ætheóld (reseruauit), Scint. 109, 18.

æt-hebban; p. -hóf To remove, withdraw :-- Hé hine æthóf from óðerra monna geférræ-acute;denne, Past. 113, 13,

æþel. v. æþele.

æþel-boren. Add: I. of gentle birth, in contrast with servile birth :-- Æ-acute;gðer ge æþelboren ge þeówetling, Hml. Th. i. 92, 1. Ne sceal hé þone æþelborenan settan beforan þane þeówborenan non preponatur ingenuus ex servitio convertenti, R. Ben. 12, 12. II. in a general sense, noble :-- Æthelboren nobilis, Wrt. Voc. i. 85, 60. Eðelboren, Kent. Gl. 1147. Gif hwylc ríce mon and æþelboren si quis de nobilibus, R. Ben. 103, 10. Eádgár ... cincg æðelboren (egregius), Angl. xiii. 365, 5. Ealdorman æfter worulde swíðe æþelboren, Hml. S. 30, 3. For worulde æðelboren, Hml. Th. ii. 118, 10. Swýðe æþelboren on weorulde and ríce. Chr. 654; P. 29, 15. Of æðelborenre mæ-acute;gðe, Hml. Th. ii. 118, 6: 174, 6: Hml. S. 8, 41. Æþelborene weras þe wæ-acute;ron éstlíce áfédde, 31, 335. Næs heó swá nú æðelborene men synt mid oferméttum áfylled, Lch. iii. 428, 31. Gif æðelborenran wífmen þis gelimpe, Ll. Th. i. 70, 1. ¶ definite form as noun :-- Tó gewríþenne æþelborenan (nobiles) heora, Ps. L. 149, 8. III. inborn, natural. Cf. æþelu, I :-- Æþelborene ingenitam (probably a gloss on Ald. 66, 9: Venustatem ... genuina consparsione ingenitam), Wrt. Voc. ii. 47, 45. [O. Sax. aðal-boran.] v. un-æþelboren, and next word.

æþelborenness. Add: I. nobleness of birth, gentle birth :-- Ne teáh nan æðelborennyss næ-acute;nne man tó wurðscype, bútan hé wísdóm leornode, Hml. S. 3, 6. Æþelborenysse stemmatis, Hy. S. 47, 14. Wæ-acute;ron hí æfter æþelborennysse oferhýdige, Hml. Th. ii. 174, 8. Hé wæs æðelboren, ac hé oferstáh hís æðelborennysse mid hálgum ðeáwum, 118, 10. II. nobleness, nobility, dignity :-- 'Mycel æðelborennys bið þ-bar; man bé Crístes ðeów' ... 'næbbe wé náne æþelborennysse for ðan þe wé forseóð Crístes ðeówdom' ... eówer æðelborennys becymð tó bysmorfullum hæftnéde, Hml. S. 8, 46-51. Æþelborennes generositas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 40, 32. Hláford, úre ceaster is þearfende and ne mæg þíne æðelborennesse ácuman, Ap. Th. 9, 8: 15, 22. III. inborn nature :-- Æþelbornesse indolem, An. Ox. 4518. v. preceding word.

æþel-cund. Add: -- Manige his cúðra manna ge æþelcunde ge oðre multi viri noti ac nobiles, Gr. D. 22, 15.

æþel-cyning. Add: [O. Sax. aðal-kuning.]

æþele. Add: , æþel [cf. O. Sax. eðili, aðal: O. H. Ger. edele, adal]. I. in the following glosses :-- Aeðile generosus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 109, 58. Þæs æþelan fausta, 33, 76. Þá æþelan emeritos, 32, 73. II. of persons :-- Æþel gnartis (cultor), An. Ox. 2637. On þære stówe wunode swýþe æþel wer (sum æðele wer, v. l.) quo in loco vir nobilis manebat, Gr. D. 61, 30. Sum æþel (æðele, v. l.) wer vir quidam nobilis, 140, 3. Cwén ... þeáh hió æðelu sí, Rä. 78, 5. Æþeles indolis (indolis titulus principum, adolescentium maxime, honorarius, Migne), An. Ox. 2869: indolis, i. iuuenis ingenuus, 2, 114. Mæ-acute;ran, æþelan illustris (Agathae), 4362. Þone æþelan geongan indolem, Wrt. Voc. ii. 44, 80. Iosue þone æþelan, Jos. 4, 14. Þæs æþelran láreówes egregii dogmatist&e-hook;, An. Ox. 4362, Þá æðelestan ealdras nobilissimi principes, Num. i. 16. III. of things :-- Æþele alu carenum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 23, 1. Æþele cræft an excellent medicine, Lch. ii. 28, 10. Æðele fortunatum (praesagium). An. Ox. 7, 167. Mid æþelum celebri (fama), 2421. Hé getimbrade æþele mynster, Shrn. 50, 29. Læ-acute;cedómas micle and eþele, Lch. ii. 160, 8. Æþelum Claris (natalibus), Wrt. Voc. ii. 94, 59. Æþeleste cyn celeberrimum, i. opinatissimum (spectaculi) genus, An. Ox. 2082.

æþelferþing-wyrt, e; f. Stitchwort, bird's tongue :-- Æþelferðingwyrt, Lch. ii. 80, 12: 94, 10: iii. 28, 22. Æðelferðingcwyrt, 40, 16. Æðelferðingwyrt (auis lingua), 24, 1: 4, 29. Æðelfyrdingwyrt alfa (cf. agrimonia alpha eathelferthingwyrt &l-bar; glofvyrt, Lch. iii. 299, col. 2), Wrt. Voc. i. 32, 10. Nim æþelferþincgwyrte, Lch. i. 180, 26: 166, 28.

æþelian. un-. l. an-: æðel-íc, -íce. v. æþel-(l)ic, -(l)íce.

æþeling. Add: I. a prince of an English royal house :-- Æþelingc clito (clitones universim filii omnes regnm apud Anglo-Saxones, Migne), Wrt. Voc. i. 72, 62. Æðeling, 42, 15. Æþeling clyton, ii. 22, 40. Ceadwalla West-Seaxna æþeling (de regio genere Geuissorum), Bd. 4, 15; S. 583, 25. Æðelwald (Edward's cousin) æðeling and Byrhtsige Beornóðes sunu æðelinges, Chr. 905; P. 94, 12. Hér ádranc Æ-acute;dwine æðeling (son of Edward), 933; P. 107, 4. Se æðeling Eádmund (Edmund Ironside), 1015; P. 146, 13. Se cyng (Ethelred) sende Ælfún &b-bar; mid þám æþelinge (-um, v. l.) Eádwarde and Ælfréde ofer sé, 1013; P. 144, 15. Hé gean Ælfriðæ ðæs cyningæs wífæ ðæs landæs ... and ðám yldran æðælingæ, ðæs cyngæs suna and hiræ, ... ánæs swurdæs, C. D. iii. 127, 25. Wæ-acute;ron þá æþelingas befæste Egcbrihte cynge ... wæs se cyng heora fæderan sunu, Eorcenbrihtes, Lch. iii. 424, 11. Þá eðelingas Æðelfriðes (K. of Northumbria) suna, Chr. 617; P. 24, 29. Ia. of English leaders before the conquest of Britain :-- Þá sendon Brytwalas tó Anglum and Angelcynnes æðelingas þes ilcan bæ-acute;don, Chr. 443; P. 13, 4. II. a prince, noble other than English :-- Wilnade sum æðeling tó rícsianne ... Falores (Phalaris) wæs háten, Ors. 1, 12; S. 54, 16. Alcibiades se æðeling, Bt. 32, 2; F. 116, 19. Odda (the emperors nephew) wæs Leódulfes sunu æþelinges, Chr. 982; P. 124, 31. Be sumum Rómániscum æðelinge se wæs háten Liberias (the Latin is: liberum quendam virum), Bt. 16, 2; F. 52, 19. Twégen æþelingas duo regii juvenes, Ors. 1, 10; S. 44, 24. III. used of Christ :-- Ácende Maria þone heofonlican æðeling, Hml. Th. i. 356, 9. Þæt se ælmihtiga cyning sceolde besceófan tó cwale his áncennedan æðeling, ii. 6, 21. [O. H. Ger. ediling nobilis.]

æþeling-hád, es; m. Princely condition :-- Sóna swá hé tó his cynedóme gecoren wearþ, wæs swíþe gemundige his behátes þe hé on his æþelincghade Gode behét. Lch. iii. 438, 5.

æþel-(l)ic. Add :-- Þæ-acute;re æþelican inlustris, Wrt. Voc. ii. 44, 75. [O. H. Ger. adal-líh insignis, nobilis, inlustris, liber.]

æþel-(l)íce. Add :-- Æþelíce eleganter, Wrt. Voc. ii. 31, 71: insigniter, 44, 83. Hé ðá ciricean æþellíce gefretwode, Shrn. 50, 31. Swá fulfremed þæt næ-acute;nig æþelícor ne sang, 127, 13. [O. H. Ger. adallícho eleganter, nobiliter.] v. un-æþellíce.

æþel-nes. Add :-- Seó æþelnes heora gebyrda, Gr. D. 151, 22. Túddres æþelnes. Bl. H. 115, 10. Beorht mid eorðlicere æðelnysse, Shrn. 151, 18. Þú leórest tó þæ-acute;re upplican eþelnesse, 119, 30. v. un-æþelness.

æþelo. Add: f. and in pl. n. I. nature, (a) in respect to other than rational beings :-- Nim swá wuda swá wyrt of þæ-acute;re stówe þe his eard and æþelo biþ on tó weaxanne, and sette on uncynde stówe him, ðonne ne gegréwþ hit ðæ-acute;r náuht, Bt. 34, 10; F. 148, 26. Hé þæ-acute;re sunnan wlite herede æðelo cræftas reahte (cf. hé herede þæ-acute;re sunnan gecynd and hiore cræftas and hiore biorhto, Bt. 41, 1; F. 244, 7), Met. 30, 7. Deáde gesceafte ferðgewit of hyra æðelum æ-acute;nig ne cúðen, Cri. 1185. Monige cynn þe wé æðelu ne magon áreccan, Pa. 2. Ic þæs beámes mæg æðelu secgan, Rä. 56, 8. (b) in respect to rational beings :-- Him ides æfter æðelum (in the natural course) eaforan fédde, Gen. 1054. II. condition determined by birth or descent :-- Þæt is cúð hwanon þám ordfruman æðelu onwócon; hé wæs áféded on þysse folcsceare. An. 683. Þá wæ-acute;ron æðelum Abrahames bearn by birth they were children of Abraham, Dan. 193. Fór cynn æfter cynne; cúðe æ-acute;ghwilc mæ-acute;gburga riht, eorla æðelo, Exod. 353. IIa. noble condition that comes from birth or descent :-- Sceolon gelýfan eorlas hwæt mín æðelo sién (men shall believe my divinity), An. 735. Cniht þág swá him cynde wæ-acute;ron æðelo from yldrum, Gen. 2772: 1716. Him from Myrgingum æðelu onwócon, Víd. 5. Geðence hé ðá æðelu (nobilitatem) ðæ-acute;re æfterran ácennesse ... Be ðæ-acute;m æðelum (nobilitati) ðæs gæ-acute;stes (the