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40 AND-HÉFE--AND-WEORC

and-héfe, and-hladan. v. un-andhéfe, on-hladan.

andian. Add:--to be envious; in a good sense, to be zealous, jealous, (1) absolute:--Sóð lufu ná andað caritas non emulatur, Scint. 75, 7. Angað invidet, Kent. Gl. 1050. Andigen liuescant, An. Ox. 5372. Andigende invidendo, Scint. 75, 19. Mé þone ðe ðú andigendne forbæ-acute;re, Hml. Th. ii. 418, 9. Þone andigendan wer, Hex. 46, 18. Andigendra invidentium, R. Ben. I. 93, 15. (2) with preps.:--Yfel bið se anda þe andað ongeán gódnysse, and se anda is gód ðe mid lufe andað ongeán yfelnysse . . . þá ðe þus andiað ongeán unriht. . . , Hml. Th. ii. 54, 22-25. Gif hwylc bróþor þýhþ, on þæt hý andiaþ, R. Ben. 139, 26. Ic andede ofer þá unrihtwísan zelavi super iniquos, Ps. Spl. 72, 3. Se níðfulla deófol andode on ðæs munuces lufe, Hml. Th. ii. 156, 8. Hé on his weorcum andode, 500, 6: Hml. S. 31, 35. Hí andodon on hys dæ-acute;dum, Hml. A. 66, 29. Ne andgiað on þone welegan, Ps. Th. 48, 16. Ne andige hé on ðám foreðeóndum, Hml. Th. i. 346, 32. Láðlíce andigan ongeán þá máran, Hml. A. 41, 417. Hé ongann andian on þæs hálgan weres gecneordnyssum sancti viri studiis coepit aemulari, Gr. D. 117, 8.

andig. Add:--Andig invidus, Scint. 76, 6, 18. Ne hé ne beó andig (æfestig, v. l.), R. Ben. 120, 13. Andig zelotypus, An. Ox. 364. Andiges invidi, 2708. Andigum invido, Scint. 75, 11.

and-lang; prep. Add: (1) with gen.:--Ollonc ðæs gemæ-acute;rheges . . . úp ollonc streámes, C. D. vi. 234, 1, 6. (2) with acc.:--Wrít ðis andlang ðá earmas, Lch. iii. 38, 29. (3) as adverb:--Wende þé þonne .iii. sunganges, ástrece þonne on andlang, Lch. i. 400, 10.

and-langes; prep. adv. Along, (1) prep, with gen.:--Andlanges herpaðes, Cht. Crw. 1, 11 (see note, p. 57). Andlanges wealles, C. D. i. 1, 16. Andlanges ðæ-acute;r(e) eá, vi. 217, 5. Andlangas, iii. 172, 29. Ond&dash-uncertain;longes, 52, 19. Ðanone on andlanges hrycges, vi. 168, 23. Olluncges, iii. 35, 3. (2) adv.:--Fram ðæ-acute;re wíc tó ðæ-acute;re cortan, and swá andlanges tó Súðsexan, C. D. vi. 217, 7.

andlang-cempa (?), an; m. A soldier who fights along with others (?), who is in line with others:--Anlangcempa miles ordinarius (cf. ordinarius miles qui integro ordine militat. Corp. Gl. H. 87, 266), Wrt. Voc. ii. 59, 13.

and-leán. Add:--Heó þolian ne wolde yfel and ondleán, Gen. 2264.

and-leofa, -lifa (an-), an; m. Sustenance, food:--Wesaþ þancfulle þon Hæ-acute;lende eóweres andleofan, Bl. H. 169, 16. Eal hé sealde búton ðone dæghwámlican andleofan þe hé néde big lifgean sceolde, 213, 20: Sat. 522. Eów andlifan syllan and eów eówre þearfe forgifan quae uictui sunt necessaria ministrare, Bd. 1, 25; Sch. 55, 11. Andleofan, 20. Hé him eallum hét dón andlifan genóhne, Ll. Th. ii. 372, 30. v. an-leofa in Dict.

and-leofen, es; n. l. e; f., but also gen. andlifenes, acc. ondlifen, and add:--Andliofen expensa, Wrt. Voc. 30, 5. Andlifen pulmentum, 78, 5. Hiera ondliefene (-lifene, v. l.) þone dæ-acute;l ðe hí him selfum oftióð ea quae sibi de alimentis subtrahant, Past. 315, 22. Seó eá mæ-acute;st eall genom þæt binnan þæ-acute;re byrg wæs þæ-acute;ra monna ondliefene, Ors. 4, 7; S. 180, 19. Gode þancie hé his dæghwámlicre ondlyfene, Ll. Th. ii. 420, 7. Þætte ealles þæs andlifenes (-lyf-, v. l.) feówer dæ-acute;las beón sceolon ut omni stipendio quattuor debeant fieri portiones, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 62, 4. Feoh him tó andlyfne money to support him, Gr. D. 201, 1. Anleofene edulio, Hpt. Gl. 429, 72. Mínre anlifene victui meo, Kent. Gl. 1078. Andlifene cibaria, 1139. Ealle hyre andlyfene omnem uictum suum, Lk. 21, 4: Hml. S. 11, 347. Þigede hé þæs (þás?) andlyfene þe hé big leofode, Guth. 26, 18. Hí him andlifene (-lyfne, v. l.) and áre (debita stipendia) forgeáfon, Bd. 1, 15; Sch. 41, 12. Hé him ondlifen forgeaf and weoruldþearfe victim temporalem administravit, 1, 25; Sch. 55, 20 note. Seó wæ-acute;dl þæ-acute;ra andlyfna alimentorum indigentia, Gr. D. 145, 6. Mid þissum andlyfenum bið æ-acute;lc mægen geféd, Ll. Th. ii. 404, 5.

and-lóman. Add: -laman, -luman:--Andluman utensilia, Wrt. Voc. i. 83, 27: An. Ox. 4665: 8, 275: Angl. xiii. 36, 249. Andlaman, An. Ox. 7, 318: Hpt. Gl. 514, 26 (the last five are glosses of the same passage). Andluman vasa, R. Ben. I. 62, 1. Inorf, andlu[man] suppellex, An. Ox. 4664: Hpt. Gl. 514, 25. Hé sceal fela tóla tó túne tilian and fela andlómena tó húsan habban, Angl. ix. 262, 27. Andlamena, 264, 8. Andlumena, Cht. Th. 538, 36. Sylle him man tól tó his weorce and andlaman tó his húse, Ll. Th. i. 434, 26.

an-drysenlic, -dryslíce, -drysne. v. on-drysnlic, -dryslíce, -drysne.

and-saca. Add:--Borges andsaca (-u?) infictiatio (-tor?), Wrt. Voc. ii. 49. 27.

and-sacian. Add:--Ðá Saducie andsacedon (ant-, v. l.) ðæ-acute;re æ-acute;riste æfter deáðe, Past. 362, 5.

and-sacu (?), e; f. Denial, contradiction:--Bútan æ-acute;lcre ansæce, Chr. Th. p. 103, note.

and-sæc; n. Add:--Berst se teám swá wel swá hé sylf andsæc worhte . . . á bið andsæc swíðere þonne onsagu, Ll. Th. i. 290, 15-17. Ne beó hé nánes andsæces wyrðe he shall not be entitled to make denial, 288, 9. Þone þe tó nánan andsæce ne mæge, 228, 14. 'Ne mæg ic wunian.' . . . Ðá ðá heó his andsæc gehýrde . . . , Hml. Th. ii. 184, 1. Þú ondsæc dydest, þæt þú on feorwegas féran ne cúðe, An. 929.

and-sæ-acute;te. Add: I. of that which is evil:--His forligr Gode and&dash-uncertain;sæ-acute;te wæs, Hml. Th. i. 484, 15: ii. 528, 11: Hex. 54, 19. Æ-acute;lc híwung is antsæ-acute;te (and-, an-, v. ll.) Gode, Hml. S. 12, 246. Cosdrue wæs andsæ-acute;te eallum his leódum, H. R. 101, 27. Andsæ-acute;te bið þ-bar; treów þe æ-acute;fre gréwð on leáfum and næ-acute;fre næ-acute;nne wæstm ne bringð, Hml. S. 4, 246. Him byð egle and andsæ-acute;te se stenc, Hex. 50, 24. Andsæ-acute;tne invisum, odiosum, An. Ox. 2728. Þ-bar; gé andsæ-acute;tan wíglunge forlæ-acute;tan, Hml. S. 17, 70. Hý synt andsæ-acute;te (abominabiles) gewordene on heora lustum, R. Ben. 25, 7. Þá ansæ-acute;tan execranda, An. Ox. 1897. II. of that which is good:--Beóð láðe and tó andsæ-acute;te þá þe God lufiað, Wlfst. 89, 17. [Goth. anda-séts abominable.]

and-sliht. [Take here the passages given under hand-sliht, in which the alliteration seems to require a vowel.] A return-stroke.

and-speornan. l. and-spornan, -spurnan, to strike against:--Þy lés ðú andspurne æt stáne þínum fótum ne forte offendas ad lapidem pedem tuum, Mt. R. 4, 6. The verb occurs (and with weak forms) several times in the Northern Gospels, glossing offendere, scandalizare:--Ond&dash-uncertain;spyrnað scandalizat, Mt. L. 18, 8. Ondspurnað, 9. Ondspyrneð, Jn. L. 6, 61: offendit, 11, 9. Ondspyrnað offendet, 10. Þ-bar;te gié ne ondspyrniga ut non scandalizemini, 16, 1. Ondspyrnende scandalizatus, Mt. L. 11, 6. Ondspurnendra scandalizantium, Mk. p. 4, 9. v. ge-andspornan.

and-standan. Dele.

and-swarian. Add:--Þis leóð him andswarað (respondebit) for gewitnysse, Deut. 31, 21. Ondsuorade, Mt. L. 26, 23. Þá andswaredon (-swearedon, v. l.) Scottas him, Bd. 1, 1; Sch. 11, 8. v. and-swerian.

and-swaru. Add:--Him andswaru (an-, v. l.) ne com, Hml. S. 18, 117. Seó góde andswaru (ant-, v. l.), R. Ben. 55, 8. Hnesce andswore responsio mollis, Kent. Gl. 502. Underfón andswore (responsum), R. Ben. I. 112, 6. Ondsuære, Jn. L. 1, 22. Ondsuere (-swore, R.), Lk. L. 2, 26. Andswara, ræ-acute;das consulta, i. interrogata, An. Ox. 2524. Antswara, 8, 130. Ðá bysmrode ic hine mid mínum ondswarum . . . þá wæs hé ge&dash-uncertain;feónde mínra ondswaro, Nar. 18, 13-18. Ondsuearum (-sworum, R.) responsis, Lk. L. 2, 47.

and-swerian. Add:--Andsweras respondeas, R. Ben. I. 3, 1. And&dash-uncertain;sweraþ respondit, Coll. M. 30, 37. Andswyrah, Cant. Ez. 15. Andswerede, Bl. H. 233, 10. Ondsweorede, Ps. Srt. 101, 24. Andswyra responde, Cant. Ez. 14.

and-þrec. v. on-þræc: and-þwæ-acute;re, del.: and-timber. v. an-timber.

andung, e; f. Jealousy:--Tó andunge (aemulationem) hine hig tihton, Ps. L. 77, 58.

andustrian, andustrung. v. á-dustrian.

and-weald. Add: also neuter:--Hé hæfde þisne andweald, Hml. Th. ii. 360, 29. Andwealdu sceptra, potestates, Hpt. Gl. 414, 15: 424, 57. Andwealda, An. Ox. 2902. Andwealdum sceptris, 4046.

and-weard. Add: -wurd, -wyrd. I. local:--Hé is æ-acute;ghwæ-acute;r andweard . . . hé is on æ-acute;lcere stówe, Hml. Th. i. 158, 4. Ic wæs and&dash-uncertain;weard sumum bréðer, Gr. D. 267, 24. Him biþ beforan andweard engla cynn, Bl. H. 83, 11. Swá swá hé hyre andweardre tó spræ-acute;ce, Bd. 4, 8; S. 575, 32: 4, 24; S. 597, 30. Þeáh þe wé nú þæ-acute;r andwearde ne sýn, Bl. H. 129, 29. II. temporal:--Fleón ðis andwearde yfel, Past. 263, 13. III. active:--Swá andweard seó wyrt is þ-bar; heó þý ylcan dæge þá stánas forbrycð, Lch. i. 212, 14. Andwyrdre, dæ-acute;dlicere practicae, i. actualis, An. Ox. 994: 2506. Andwerdum practica (vita), i. activa, 3634. Andwurdan practicam, 2433. Andwyrd actualem, 996. v. un-andweard, and-weardnes.

and-wearde answered, and-weardian. v. and-wyrdan, ge-and-weardian.

and-weardlíce. Add:--Swá Drihten ondweardlíce (when present with them) spræc tó his gingrum, Bl. H. 131, 30.

and-weardnes. Add: -wurd-, -wyrd-nes. I. local:--Þæ-acute;r bið engla andweardnes, Ll. Th. ii. 408, 26. Hié mon tó his andweardnesse héht gestandan they were summoned to stand before him, Bl. H. 173, 10. For þæ-acute;re andweardnesse þínes yrres a vultu irae tuae, Ps. Th. 37, 3. Se Hæ-acute;lend Petrum læ-acute;rde on his andweardnysse (while present), Hml. Th. i. 378, 15. On andwerdnysse beón to be present, ii. 288, 7. On andwyrdnysse standan, 30, 12. Tó andwerdnesse (-wurdnysse, Hpt. Gl. 477, 21) ad praesentiam, An. Ox. 3015. II. temporal:--Þysses dæges þe wé nú on andweardnesse (at the present time) weorþiað, Bl. H. 115, 30. Anweardnesse, 211, 15. III. action, operation:--Hit is on þæs Hæ-acute;lendes andweardnesse hwænne hé hit geendige in presentia Saluatoris est ipsum determinare, Wlfst. 243, 25: Angl. viii. 336, 16. v. and-weard.

and-wendlic. v. un-andwendlic.

and-weorc. Add:--Andweorc tó wealle cimentum, Wrt. Voc. i. 85, 27. Ár bið hlúdre ðonne æ-acute;nig óðer andweorc (ond-, v. l.) aes amplius metallis ceteris sonitum reddit, Past. 266, 24. Anweorces (-wurces, Hpt. Gl. 441, 21) materiae, An. Ox. 1484. Tó þám ic clipige þe eall gesceafte geworhte bútan æ-acute;lcum andweorce, Angl. xii. 511, 18. Gold þe is deórwierðe ofer eal óðer ondweorc aurum quod metallis ceteris praeeminet, Past. 132, 14. Gif smið monnes andweorc onfó, Ll. Th. i. 74, 10. Saga mé ðæt andworc ðe Adam wæs of geworht, Sal. K. p. 180, 3. Þa stánas þára andweorca (-werca, v. l.) corpora metallorum, Gr. D. 270, 9: 321, 13. Geolewum andweorcum fulvis metallis, Wülck. Gl. 245, 36. v. an-weorc in Dict.