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74 BE-HÁWIAN--BE-HÓFIAN

be-háwian. Add; to consider, (i) trans.:--Beháues ðæt wyrt londes considerate lilia agri, Mt. L. 6, 28. (2) intrans.:--Uton be-háwian be þám óþrum tídum de sequentibus horis videamus, R. Ben. 40, 21.

be-heáfdian. Add:--Hí beheáfdodon þone cempan, Hml. S. 19, 123: Hml. Th. i. 402, 17. Beheáfdian hine [geseón] gestreón getácnað to see one's self beheaded in a dream betokens gain, Lch. iii. 212, 13. þ-bar; hí hine beheáfdian sceolde, Bl. H. 183, 21: Ors. 6, 30; S. 282, 32: Shrn. 57, 21. Hí læ-acute;dan tó beheáfdianne, 75, 23. Tó beheáfdigenne, Hml. S. 19, 85. Beheáfdienne obtruncandum, An. Ox. 5255. Tó beheáf-diende decollandi, 3092. Wæs beheáfdod capite truncatur, 3022: Ap. Th. 3, II: Chr. 1076; P. 213, I. v. un-beheáfdod.

be-heáfdung. Add; decapitation:--Heó mid beheáfdunge hine ácwealde, Hml. Th. i. 488, 2: Hml. S. 19, 83. Tó beheáfdunge gelæ-acute;d, Ap. Th. 3, 17. Beheáfdinge, Shrn. 154, 8. Læ-acute;ded tó þæ-acute;re beheáf-dunge, 72, 34. Ðá áræfnode hé þá beheáfdunge, 129, II. Underfón hé beheáfdunge, Hml. Th. i. 420, 7. Beheáfdunge underhnígan capitalem sententiam subire, An. Ox. 3042.

be-heáfodlic; adj. Capital:--Beheáfodlicne dóm capitalem senten-tiam, An. Ox. 4042.

be-healdan. Add: I. to hold, occupy, (a) a place:--Þá wíc beheóld hálig gást, hreðer weardode, El. 1144. Seó þe flóda begong beheóld hund missera, B. 1498. (b) an office:--Þegn nytte beheóld, B. 494. Seleweard sundornytte beheóld ymb aldor Dena, 667. II. to hold, contain:--Bihaldne contentus, Mt. P. 10, 15. (a) to have efficacy:--Ne beheóld hit nán þing seó scipfyrding búton folces geswinc there was nothing in all this preparation but labour for the people, Chr. 999; P. 133, 10. Cweþað þá ðe syndan stunte þæt mycel forhæfednes lytel behealde that there is very little in great abstinence, Wlfst. 55, 24. (b) to have meaning, signify:--Wit gesáwon swefen, ac wyt nyton hwá hyt unc átelle, hwæt hit behealde what its meaning is. Gen. 40, 8. III. to hold, keep a law:--Godes beboda utan wé behealdan, Bl. H. 39, 4. IV. to hold, keep, maintain:--Hí mé onhwyrfdon of þæ-acute;re gecynde þe ic æ-acute;r cwic beheóld, Rä. 72, 4. Þá woruldsæ-acute;lþa beheóldon on þé heora ágen gecynd fortuna servavit circa te propriam constantiam, Bt. 7, 2; F. 16, 31. V. to keep, guard, preserve:--Hé hine nó ne beheóld wið ðá gæ-acute;stlican scylde sese a spiritalibus vitiis minime custodit, Past. 315, 1. Engel þá menigeo beheóld, Exod. 205. Ðá ðe hiá seolfa hygdiglige beheóldon qui seipsos castraverunt, Mt. L. 19, 12. Beheald þé on þínum lífe þ-bar; þú dó wel þínum bearnum, Nar. 50, 24. Behealdað eów wið leásum wítegum adtendite a falsis prophetis, Hml. Th. ii. 404, 3: Bl. H. 241, 9: Past. 317, 9: 449, 36. Ðæt hí hí behealden ðæt hí innan ne áfeallen, Past. 439, 9. Ðá ðe heá búta éghwoelcum flita behaldan, Mt. L. 5, 9 note. Hié for duste ne mehton geseón hú hí hí behealdan sceolden, Ors. 5, 7; S. 230, 16. Hit æ-acute;r hit nolde behaldan wið unnyt word otiosa covere verba negligit, Past. 279, 4. On sibbe behealden, Ps. Th. 75, 2. VI. to take care, beware:--Beheald þæt ðú ðás dæ-acute;de ne dó, Hml. Th. i. 38, 25: Lch. i. 332, 6: ii. 318, 19. Behealdað ðæt Adam ne ete of ðám treówe, Hex. 26, 15. Behaldas attendite, Mt. L. 6, I. Tó behaldenne cavendum, 16, 12. Tó behal-danne evitandum, Lk. p. 7, 15. VII. to behold, (I) intrans. To look:--Gif se yrðlincg behylt underbæc, Hml. S. 16, 178. Beheald æfter þé, Bl. H. 245, 6. Beheald on mé, 229, 30. Hé hét his cnapan behealdan tó þæ-acute;re sæ-acute;, Lch. iii. . 276, 24. Behealden(d)ra prospicientium, Kent. Gl. 1030. (2) trans, (a) to look at, gaze on:--Ic þé beheóld, Bl. H. 235, 26. Hí beheóldon Moises aspiciebant tergum Moysi, Ex. 33, 8: Kr. 64. (b) to watch, observe:--Hiæ-acute; biheóldun (-heáld-. L.) hine obseruabant eum. Mk. R. 3, 2. Ne behealdon gé heofenan ne sunnan, Deut. 4, 19. Mid ðí heó behealdende wæs (intueretur) mid hwylcum þingum hé upp togen wæ-acute;re, Bd. 4, 9; Sch. 394, 6. (c) to see:--Folc óðer wundor beheóld líge scínan, Exod. 109. Behealdan videre, Wülck. Gl. 255, 31. (d) of the mind, to regard, consider, observe, (a) with acc.:-- Gif þú míne unrihtwísnesse behealdest, Bl. H. 89, 16. Beheald mé holdlíce and gehýr mé intende in me et exaudi me, Ps. Th. 54, l. (β) with clause:--Æ-acute;lc gleáw mód behealt hwelcne ende hí habbaþ, Bt. 7, 2; F. 18, 23. Heó beheóld hú þæt þing gewurde considerante even-tum rei, Ex. 2, 4. Beheald hú þás men þínum ðeówe dóþ, Bl. H. 229, 22: Bt. 36, 5; F. 180, 5. Behealdan gé hwæþer gé hit hire gecýþan willen, H. R. 9, 7. [O. Sax, bi-haldan: O. Frs. bi-halda: O. H. Ger. pi-haltan.] v. next word.

be-healden; adj. (ptcpl.). I. cautious, reserved:--Ðonne hé wilnað ðæt hé sciele rícsian, hé bið swíðe forht and swíðe behealden; ðonne hé hæfð ðæt hé habban wolde, hé bið swíðe ðríste, Past. 57, 4. II. intent, assiduous:--Hé wæs geornfull and behealden (intentus) in Godes hýrnessum, Gr. D. 224, 13. v. bi-healdan in Dict.

be-healdend, es; m. A beholder, spectator:--Geflit cymeð þám behealdendum in quaestionem ueniat intuentibus, Bd. I. I; Sch. 9, 18.

be-healdenness, e; f. I. observance:--Bihaldenisses obser-vantiae, Rtl. 16, 17. Bihaldennise observantiam, 9, I. II. con-tinence:--Bihaldennises continentiae, Rtl. 104, 4.

be-healdness, e; f. Observation:--Bihaldnisse observatione, Rtl. 14,

8. Hé mid þæ-acute;re geornfullan behealdnysse up lócode, Hml. S. 23 b, 166. [O. H. Ger. bi-haltnessi.]

be-heáwan. Add:--Man þ-bar; timber beheáwð, Angl. viii. 324, 8. Hí hine sceoldon þý heáfde beheáwan. Gr. D. 254, ii. Hé wæs heáfde beheáwen, Shrn. 155, 6. [O. Sax. bi-hauwan: O. H. Ger. pi-hauwan.]

be-hédan. Substitute: v. be-hýdan: be-héfe, es; m. Dele.

be-héfe; adj. Add: useful, needful:--Behéfe (utilis) ic eom eal-lum folce, Coll. M. 26, 25. Cræft behéfe and neódþearf ars utilis et necessaria, 27, 27: 18, 16. Sibling þé swá behéfe swá ðín hand, Hml. Th. i. 516, 15. Mé þingð behéfe þing þ-bar; ic gecýðe, Angl. viii. 335, 2: 303, 26. Drihtne bihoefe is Domino necessarius est, Mk. R. II, 3. Sýn gehwám behéfe þing (necessaria) gesealde, R. Ben. 57, 17: 132, 4. Land ðæ him gehændre beó and behéfre terra quae eis uicinior sit uel utilior, C. D. v. 137, 21. Sélost and hire behéfast, Hml. S. 33, 252. Feówer þing synt ealra þinga behéfost þám árwyrðan men, Wlfst. 247, II. Þing þe behéfuste synt tó witanne, Angl. viii. 321, 40. v. níd-, un-behéfe.

be-héflic; adj. Useful, needful, necessary:--Ús þingð wel behéflic thorn-bar; wé hine gehandlion, Angl. viii. 308, 15. Hé ys behéflic tó cunnane, 314, 18.

be-héfness, e; f. Utility, advantage, convenience:--Behéfnes com-moditas, i. utilitas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 132, 4. Lífes éces behéfnyssa (com-moda), Hy. S. 5, 21: 114, 9. Behéf[nyssum] commoditatibus, An. Ox. 56, 306.

be-helan. Add:--Seó beholene ondweardnes the hidden presence, Bl. H. 77, 2. Þý læ-acute;s mé ówiht in þæ-acute;m londe beholen oððe bedégled wæ-acute;re ne quid mihi in ignotis subtraheretur locis, Nar. 20, 21. From þæ-acute;m uncystum ðe mé beholen synt ab occultis delictis meis, Ps. Th. 18, II. [O. Sax. bi-helan.]

be-helendlíce. v. un-behelendlíce.

be-helian. Add:--Ðæt mód mid ðæ-acute;re beheleð his fét, Past. 241, 20. Heofon behelað eal ðæt him beufan bið, Sal. K. p. 178, 9. Moyses behelede ðá bierhto his ondwlitan, Past. 459, 19. þ-bar; fex hí behelede on æ-acute;lce healfe, Hml. S. 7, 147. Þá heortan æt þínum burhgeatum behele (-a, v. l.), Lch. i. 328, 24. Se preóst þá húselláfe behelie mid corporale, Ll. Th. ii. 358, 24. Ðeáh hé his þeáwas behelie, Prov. K. 58. Ðæt ðá loccas ðá hýd behelien (-igen, v. l.), Past. 141, 9. Ðæt hié hié gehýden and beheligen under ðæ-acute;m ryfte ðæ-acute;re leásunga, 239, 25. Behýd and behelod mid ðæ-acute;re eorþan, Bt. 15; F. 48, 25. Ðá triówa ðe ðé sindon opene, hí sindon git mid manegum óþrum behelede, 7, 2; F. 18, 4. Heora synna beóð behelede (tecta), Ps. Th. 31, I. [O. Frs. bi-hella: O. H. Ger. pi-hellen velare.] v. be-hylian.

be-heófian. Add:--Yfelu beheófian mala plangere, Scint. 44, 5.

be-heonan. Add: prep. dat. On this side of:--Biheonan cis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 104, 5. Beheonan, 14, 31. Behionan Humbre, Past. 3, 14. Behienan Wendelsæ-acute;, Chr. 885; P. 78, 31. Behinon (-heonan, v. l.) sæ-acute; 878; P. 76, 9. Ge beheonan sæ-acute;ge begeondan, Shrn. 114, 5.

be-heopian. Add: cf. Gen. 2701: be-hicgan. v. be-hycgan.

be-hindan. Add: I. prep. (l) dat.:--Behindan him sylfum tæ-acute;lan, Bl. H. 65, l. Hé þæ-acute;r wunode behindan óþrum mannum, Gr. D. 278, 21. Ðeáh hí sín behindan ðæ-acute;m ðe læ-acute;ssan hádes bióð, Past. 411, 23. (2) with acc.:--Ðeáh hé dó God behindan hine, Past. 373, I. Gong bi-hionda mec uade retro me, Mk. R. 8, 33. II. adv.:--Ðá Deniscan sæ-acute;ton þæ-acute;r behindan, Chr. 894; P. 86, 4. Hié gebunden his handa be-hindan, Bl. H. 241, 29. Behindon forlæ-acute;tan, Nar. 7, 3, Stód bihianda stans retro, Lk. L. 7, 38. Cwom bihianda venit retro, Mk. L. 5, 27. Behianda (bihionda R.), Lk. L. 8, 44.

be-hípian to heap up:--Behýpedan ingesserunt, An. Ox. 3322. v. heápan.

be-híwian to feign, dissimulate:--Behíwiende dissimulans, R. Ben. I. 16, 7.

be-hlæ-acute;man. Dele, and see next word.

be-hlæ-acute;nan. Add: to surround, encompass:--Foldbúende se micla dæg mægne bihlæ-acute;neð (-hlæmeð, MS.), swá þeóf hæleð forféhð slæ-acute;pe gebundne, Cri. 870. Eal engla werod behlæ-acute;nað (cf. embtrymmað. Wlfst. 137, 15) ðone Metod, Dóm. L. 116.

be-hleápan. Add:--Ic on behleápe insilio, Ælf. Gr. Z. 191, 4.

be-hlígan. v. be-leán, II.

be-hóf, es; n. I. behoof, need, use:--þ-bar; hé æ-acute;nne scylling hæfde tó his ágenum behófe (nytte, v. l.) ut unum solidum in expensis propriis haberet, Gr. D. 158, 23. Hé sende æfter pallium tó arþ-bar;. UNCERTAIN behóue (ad opus), Chr. 780; P. 52, 14. þ-bar; feoh syllan tó þæs cynges behófe, 1094; P. 229, 23. II. need, want:--Tó behófe ad indigentiam, An. Ox. 27, 34. Cf. Lk. p. 8, 18 where behófe glosses prodigi. v. níd-behóf.

be-hófen. Dele.

be-hófian. Dele: 'DER. a-behófian,' and add: I. absolute:--Ic swíðor ceorude þonne mín sáwul behófode, Angl. xi. 113, 40. Swá geornlíce ús gebiddan swá wé behófedon. Hml. Th. i. 156, 14. II. with gen.:--Ic myltse behófige, Hml. S. 3, 558. Gé mín behófiað, 376. Gehwæt þæs þe þá þrié geférscipas behófiaþ (-igen, v. l.), Bt. 17; F. 60, 5. Hé metes behófode, Hml. Th. i. 178, 10. Þá þe þæs behófodon,