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BE-PÆ-acute;CUNG -- BERENDNIS 81

49, 16: seductor, 85, 42: lllecebrosus, Hpt. Gl. 481, 34, Deófol is sáwla bepæ-acute;cend, Hml. Th. i. 102, 2 : ii. 496, 13.

be-pæ-acute;cung. Substitute ; Deception :-- Bepæ-acute;cunge factione, i. falsitate, An. Ox. 2898 : lenocinio, 4015. Gehíwedre bepæ-acute;cung(r)e dis&dash-uncertain;simulato negotio, 4838.

be-prenan. l. be-príwan, -préwan, and add: -- Swylce hwá his éage bepríwe, Wlfst. 148, 13. v. preówt-hwíl. [In Bt. 18, 3 Cott. MS. has beprewan (not -prrþan) ; in the other MS. the first n in beprenan is altered to w. v. Sedgefield 44, note 5.]

bera. Add :-- Bera vel bar berrus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 126, 1. Bera sceal on hæ-acute;ðe, eald and egesfull, Gu. C. 29. Hét þ-bar; hþine man wurpe berum tó fretanne . . . and þæ-acute;r wæs begyten se mæ-acute;sta and se réþesta bera, Gr. D. 194, 20-25. Fearres gelícnysse and beran ansýne, Guth. 48, 2. Wilde beran and wulfas, Hml. Th. i. 244, 18 : Nar. 12, 3. ETH;a egeslican beran, Hex. 14, 33. In menigo leóna and berena, Shrn. 133, 10. Mid wildum berum and leónum gewyldan, Hml. Th. 192, 24.

be-ræ-acute;dan. Add : pp. -ræ-acute;den (and -ræ-acute;d). I. to dispossess, deprive of power, betray, (I) with acc. of person :-- Twégen his búrþéna woldon beræ-acute;dan swíðe unrihtlíce heora cynehláford duo eunuchi volue&dash-uncertain;runt insurgere in regem, Hml. A. 95, III. Acitofel wolde beræ-acute;dan his rihtwísan hláford, Hml. S. 19, 214. Hú Boetius hí (the Goths) wolde beræ-acute;dan (cf. áferran, I ; F. 2, 19), Bt. tit. I ; F. x. 2. Birédnae (-raed&dash-uncertain;nae) prodimur, Txts. 89, 1661. (2) with acc. of person and inst. (gen. , or æt) of thing :-- Þone gelpscaðan ríce beræ-acute;dan (cf. áfyrran, Bt. 16, 4 ; F. 58, 13), Met. 9, 50. Ia. to take by treachery :-- Se deófol á sæ-acute;taþ hwæ-acute;r hé mæge unware men beswícan, and hé næ-acute;fre tó þæs feala beræ-acute;deð þæt hé æ-acute;fre ful sié daemones insidiantur incautis, capiunt nescientes, captos devorant exsaturarique nan queunt devoratis, Bl. N. 5, 32. Ðá Iudéiscan syrwiað and rúniað hú hí þé (Jesus) beræ-acute;dan magon, Hml. S. 24, 100. Hú hé mihte þæt manncynn beræ-acute;dan quo aditu possit obtinere eos (the people of besieged Bethulia), Hml. A. 109, 239. II, to consult about (v. N. E. D. be- rede) :-- þæ-acute;r ðá mihtigan wíf hyra mægen beræ-acute;ddon, Lch. iii. 52, 22. O. Frs. bi-réda: O. L. Ger. be-ráden consultus.

be-ræ-acute;san. Add: I. to rush upon, attack :-- Hé him on beræ-acute;sde irruit super eos, Gen. 14, 15. II. to rush into (extremes):-- Eeriest he on ungemetlice cuéminge inordinate ad mollitiem rapitur, Past. 143, 6. Ðætte ðæt mód ne beræ-acute;se on ungeðyld ne ad impatientiam spiritus erumpant, 313, 21

be-rafan. l. be-rebban (related to rapere as hebban to capere).

beran. Add: -- Fero ic bere gæ-acute;ð ðus; fers ðú berst (byrst), fert hé berð (byrð), Ælfc. Gr. Z. 199, 6. Bierð bajulat. Wrt. Voc. ii. II, 66. Bireþ gestat, 41, 59. I. with sense of motion, to carry, bring. (l) with concrete object :-- Hié mé on heofenas beraþ, Bl. H. 183, 6. Hié bæ-acute;ron Marian líchoman oþþæt hié cóman tó þæ-acute;re byrgenne, 155, 6. þá hié gesáwan þá deádan men tó eorþan beran, Ors. 3, 10 ; S. 138, 26. Cumað beorende reopan heara, Ps. Srt. 125, 6. (2) with abstract object :-- Bær Godwine eorl úp his mál Earl Godwine brought up his cause, Chr. 1052 ; P. 183, 6. Sceal úre ánra gehwylc beran his dæ-acute;da beforan Crístes heáhsettle, Bl. H. 63, 30. Hwylc handleán we him forþ tó berenne habban, 91, 14. (3) used impersonally ; cf. similar use in Icelandic :-- Swá hwæt swá þé on eáge byreð (cf. mart (acc.) berr fyrir augu mér) whatever (the dream) brings to your sight, Lch. iii. 154, 22. II. without sense of motion, (i) to bear, support a burden :-- Sió eax byrþ eallne ione wxn, Bt. 39, 7; F. 220, 28. Hé bierð (byrð, v. l.] on bis heortan ðá byrðenne ðæs bismeres, Past. 73, 1 2. Wyrþe þ-bar; hié heofoncining on heora heortum beran, Bl. H. 79, 33. (I a) to suffer :-- Ðá scylda ðára scamleásena hé tæ-acute;lde, suelce hé efnsuíðe him bæ-acute;re at/asi compatiens, Past. 207, 17. (2) to carry: -- Hié hine létan heora seódas beran. Bl. H. 69, 11. (2a) to bear arms, wear clothes, &c, carry a mark, & c. :-- Hé bireð on his móde opena wunda, Past. 61, 1. Þriwa hé bær his cynehelm æ-acute;lce geáre, Chr. 1086 ; P. 219, 32. (3) to bear a child, fruit, &c. :-- Hé nánne wæsðm ne bireð, Past. 337, 13. Birð, 339, 13. Eua bær teáras on hire innoþe, Bl. H. 3, 12. Beorende enixa, Txts. 59, 751. Berende bið effeta. Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 57. Berend(e) ferax, 35, 17.]þeós eorðe is berende missenlicra fugela auium ferax terra, Bd. 1. 1 ; Sch. 8, 11. Hit is berende on wecga órum uenis metallorum fecunda, Sch. 9, 3. Scép beorende oves fetosae, Ps. Srt. 143, 13. Stánas ne sint berende, Sal. K. p. 186, 30. Sý swá boren swá hé sý whatever his birth be, Ll. Th. i. 248, 4. DER. bul-, wearg-, weax-, wól-, yfel-berende ; æ-acute;wisc-, síþ -, telg-, wæter-, wróht-berend ; wudu-bæ-acute;re ; æ-acute;ht-, bet-, betst-, blind-, ceorl-, cifes-, cyne-, deór-, efen-, ful-, sím-, síþ-, þegen-, þeów-, un-, wel-boren.

bera-scinn, es; n. A bear-skin :-- iii berascin, Cht. Th. 429, 27.

berc. Substitute : v. beorc.

Bercingas in on (in) Bercingum Barking :-- On Eástseaxena mæ-acute;gþe

on stówe seó is nemned in Bercingum (Byrc-, v. l. ), Bd. 4, 6 ; Sch. 383,

19: 4, 7; Sch. 384, 17. On Bercingum (Bercc-, v. l.) þám mynstre, 10. Ðæt fæ-acute;mna mynster þ is nemned on Bercingum, Shrn. 138, 2.

bere barley. Dele first passage, and add :-- Sixecge bere exaticum

(cf. hoc exaticum byge (v. beów), i. 233, 62), Wrt. Voc. ii. 144., 58. Bere is swíðe earfoðe tó gearcígenne, and þeáhhwæðere fét done mann, þonne hé gearo bið, Hml. Th. i. 188, 4. Horse mete is bere, Hml. S. 3, 216. Gebúr sceal syllan .xxiii. systra beres, Ll. Th. i. 434, II. Genim beánmela oððe æ-acute;tena oððe beres, Lch. ii. 84, 5 : 82, 24. Of fíf hláfum beres (bere, L. ) ex guinque panibus hordiaciis, Jn. R. 6, 13. Hláfas of bere (bero, L. 9. Mid onlegene of wearmum bere. Lch. ii. 82, 15. Beras ordea, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 84, 6. v. gafol-, lencten-bere.

bere-ærn (-ern). Add :-- Bereern (her-, L. ) horreum, Lk. R. 12, 24. Þ á feówer hyrnan þ æs berenes, Lch. iii. 290, 28. Bernes flór (berern, L.) area. Lk. 3, 17. Æt bernes dure, Ll. Th. i. 440, 2. On hláfordes berne . . . of his áganum berne, Ll. Th. i. 434, 16, 19 : Cht. E. 377, 6, 7. On bærene gebringan, Cht. Th. 144, 38. Tó hire byrene (bern-hús, berne, v. ll.), Gr. D. 68, 22 : 69, 4: 290, 20, 24. In berern. Mt. L. R. 13, 30: Lk. L. R. 3, 17. Nabbað nig bern (beren, v. l. ), Lk. 12, 24. Ic tówurpe míne bernu (bererno. L., berern, R. ), 18.

be-reáfere, es; m. A plunderer, pillager :-- Bereáfre captator, i. raptator, An. Ox. 46, 36.

be-reáflan. Add :-- Bereáfað populatur, An. Ox. 139. Bereafiað moliuntur fraudes, Kent. Gl. 3. Bereáuedon abegerant, An. Ox. 7, 263. Bereáfian grassari, 5343. Bereáfed fraudaretur, 1583. I. with acc. of person (or thing) despoiled, (1) alone :-- Hé bereáfode hine sylfne se expolians, Gr. D. 68, 8. Hí ðæt mynster beréfodon, Chr. 794; P. 57, 12. THORN-BAR hé God bereáfige, Lch. iii. 444, 1. þ á wícstówa and þæt wæl bereáfian castrorum praedam percensere, Ors. 3, 9; S. 128, 9. (2) with spoil, (a) in gen. :-- þá treówa heora leáfa bereá-fast, Bt. 4 ; F. 8, 6. Se móna þá sunnan heore leóhtes bereáfaþ, F. 8, 1. Háma bereáfod, Chr. 975 ; P. 120, 24: 1065; P. 195, 6: Cri. 558 : El. 910. (b) inst. (dat.) :-- Scæb þ-bar; heáfod feaxe bereáfað, Lch. i. 322, 18. Hí hine wæ-acute;don bereáfoden, Hml. Th. i. 430, 2 : 428, 5. Wæs hé lande bereáfod, Chr. 1065 ; P. 194, 4: Hml. S. 23 b, 207 : B. 2746: An. 1316, Wé sind bereáfod úrum gódum aporiamur bonis nostris, Wrt. Voc. i. 54, 43. (c) with æt :-- Hí bereáfodon Loth æt his æ-acute;hton predati sunt Loth, Prud. 2 b : Chr. 1043; P. 163, 34. þeáh se reáfere ús æt æ-acute;htum bereáfige, Hml. Th. i. 576, 10: Ll. Th. ii. 180, 21. Gif man beó æt his æ-acute;htum bereáfod, i. 286, 16. Aaron hæfde bereáfod (spoliaverat) þ-bar; folc æt hira golde, Ex. 32, 25. II. with acc. of spoil and on with person :-- þ-bar; hé him ágeáfe þæt hé æ-acute;r on him bereáfode (ge-, v. l. ), Ors. 3, 11; S. 146, 30. [Goth. bi-raubón: O. Sax. bi-rólbón : O. Frs. bi-rávia : O. H. Ger. bi-roubon exspoliare.]

be-reáfigend, es; m. A spoiler, robber :-- Eálá þú sæ-acute;, manna be-reáfigend and unscæððigra beswtcend, Ap. Th. ll, 10. Cf. Bereafgende grassatrix, An. Ox. 7, 136.

be-reáfigendlic. v. un-bereáfigendlic: be-rebban. v. be-rafan.

bere-brytta, an ; m. The guardian of a granary :-- Be berebryttan (-e, MS. ). Berebryttan gebyreð corngebrot on hærfæste æt bernes dure, Ll. Th. i. 440, 2.

be-récan. Substitute: To besmoke [v. N. E. D. s. v. ), expose to smoke, fumigate, and add :-- Beréc on glédum, Lch. ii. 50, 21. Beréc hý on háte æ-acute;mergean, iii. 30, 18. v. be-reócan.

be-reccan, II. Add; -- Berecce hé hine on folcgemóte, and gif hé láðleás beó . . . . Ll. Th. i. 220, 23. Sé þe frióne- forstæ-acute;le, . . . and hit hym on bestæled sié, þ-bar; hé hine bereccean ne mæg, swelte sé deáðe, 48, 6. Of ðære scylde ðe hé hine berecc(e)an ne mæge ex eo quod defendere nequeunt, Past. 209, 23.

bere-corn. Add; -- Swá berecorn ðerscendum (ðerccedum, MS. ) quasi tipsonas feriente (Prov, 27, 22), Kent. Gl. 1035. Berecorn beorende ptysones (Is this also-a gloss of Prov. 27, 22 with ferente read instead of feriente?), Txts. 89, 1677.

-bered. v. á-, ge-bered.

bere-flór. Add: v. bære-flór: bere-gafol. Cf. gafol-bere.

be-regnian. v. be-rénian.

bere-healm, es; n. Barley-straw :-- Genim æscrinde and berehalm. Lch. iii. 28, 7.

bere-hláf. Dele: beren a barn. v. bere-ærn.

ber(e)-land, es; n. Land where barley grows, bear-land (D. D. ) :-- On berlandes heáfda, C. D. iii. 367, 9.

beren of barley. Add :-- Beren gebered corn tipsane. Wrt. Voc. i. 20, 27. Cruman berenes hláfes, Lch. ii. 134, 8. Fasten tó berenan hláfe, Wlfst. 173, 10. Genim beren mela gód, Lch. ii. 50, 3. Beren eár, 54, 11. þ á hlafas wæ-acute;ron berene, Hml. Th. i. 188, 4.

beren of a bear. v. biren : berend ferox (= -ax), v. beran, II. 3.

berend, es ; m. A carrier :-- Berend gestator. Germ: 393, 149: gerula (floris, Aid. 54, 16), Wrt. Voc. ii. 83, 82 : 41, 38. Berend geruli (Aid. 179, 19), 94, 23 : 41, 46. v. cpds. under beran.

be-rendan; p. de To strip of peel or husk; -- Gárleác gebræ-acute;d and berend, Lch. ii. 50, 22. Nim feowertig lybcorna, berend wel and gegníd, 336, 2 : iii. 18, 29. Berende, 272, 6. Sundcorn wel berended, iii. 18, 13.

berendlic. Add: v. un-berendlic, and next word.

berendlíce; adv. With fecundity :-- Berendlíce fecunditate, Rtl. 32, 15.

berendnis. Add :-- Berendnis fecunditas, Rtl. 108, 23.