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96 BLÆC-FEAXED -- BLEDU

blæc-feaxed. l. blæc-feaxede.

blæc-horn, es ; n. An ink-horn :-- Ðónne þú blechorn habban wille, Tech, ii. 128, 18. [O. L. Ger. blac-horn atramentarium: Icel. blek-horn.]

blæ-acute;co, es; n. Substitute: indecl. f. Pallor :-- Bláco pallor, Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 42. On blæ-acute;co gecyrred, Guth. 88, 14. [v. N. E. D. bleach. O. H. Ger. bleihhí.] v. blæ-acute;ce.

blæ-acute;c-pytt a bleaching-pit (?) :-- On blæ-acute;cpit; of blæ-acute;cpytte (the æ is accented), C. D. v. 332, 14.

blæc-teru. l. blaec teru, and see teoru in Dict. : blæ-acute;cþa. Substitute :-- Bléctha vitiligo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 123, 55. Cf. blæ-acute;ce : blæd a cup. Dele.

blæ-acute;d; m. Add : ; f. (v. Bd. S. 569, 8). I. a blowing, blast of wind :-- Swíðe mycel windes blæ-acute;d, Bl. H. 199, 21; Hml. S. 23, 72. Blæ-acute;de flamine, Germ. 400, 496. Se wind him stód ongeán mid ormæ-acute;tum blæ-acute;de, Hml. Th. ii. 378, 16 : i. 502, 19. Hé ðone windes blæ-acute;d áweg flígde, ii. 140, 26. Zephirus blæ-acute;wð westan, and þurh his blæ-acute;ð (blæ-acute;d, v. l.) ácuciað ealle blæ-acute;du, Lch. iii. 274, 20. Blæ-acute;das flabra, i. flatus ventorum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 149, 24: fla(b)ra, 37, 21. Blæ-acute;das (-es, MS.) auras, An. Ox. 50, 4. Tóworpen þurh windes blæ-acute;da (blæ-acute;de, blæ-acute;dum, v. ll.), Lch. iii. 276, 16. I a. figurative :-- Blæ-acute;dum fasti vel superbiae flatibus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 146, 43. II. breath, breathing :-- Blæ-acute;de anhelitu, An. Ox. 48, 5. Hí (the seals) mid heora blæ-acute;de his leoma beðedon, Hml. Th. ii. 138, 12. Ðurh ðæs dracan blæ-acute;d seó menigu wearð geuntrumod, 294, 22. Ðone líflican blæ-acute;d the breath of life, 92, 12. Blæ-acute;das spiracula, An. Ox. 4864: flabra (chelydri), Wrt. Voc. ii. 86, 59. III. spirit :-- Hálgostes blæ-acute;d onbláwende sacrosancti flatus (i. spiritus) inspirans, An. Ox. 1527. IV. inspiration :-- Of gerýnelicum blæ-acute;de (spiramine) word Godes geworden flæ-acute;sc, Hy. S. 43, 36. Se Hálga Gást mid his blæ-acute;de onæ-acute;lde eorðlicra manna heortan, Hml. Th. i. 323, 13. V. of fire, flame, blaze; cf. blæ-acute;st, bláwan, I. 4 :-- Blaeed, bléd, bl&e-hook;d flamma, Txts. 64, 445. Fýr ignis, lég flamma, blæ-acute;d flamina (flamma ?) (in a list 'de igne'), Wrt. Voc. i. 284, 13. Biscophádas oððe blæ-acute;d flamina, ii. 35, 68. VI. prosperity :-- Gif him þince þ-bar; his hús byrnð, micel blæ-acute;d and torhtnes him byð tóweard, Lch. iii. 170, 10. [v. N. E. D. blead.] Cf. bláwan.

blæ-acute;d (properly bléd, v. blówan) fruit. Add :-- Blæ-acute;d coma, Wrt. Voc. ii. 22, 41. Hé ábreác þæs forbodenan treówes æpples . . . hié þá blæ-acute;de þigdon, Angl. xi. 1, 19. Ábiteriað ðá bléda fructus amarescit, Past. 341, 24. Ácuciað ealle eorðlice blæ-acute;du (-e, -a, v. ll.) and blðwað (printed bláwað), Lch. iii. 374, 21. Hit át áspringþ on leáfum and on blóstmum and on blédum, Bt. 34, 10; F. 150, 5. Beran ðá bléda gódra weorca ferre fructum boni operis, Past. 339, 21. Hé ábyrgde ðá forbodenan fíctreówes blæ-acute;da, Sal. K. 182, 34. Bléda, Nic. 17, 20. Ic sylle eów in eówrum bernum blæ-acute;de, Wlfst, 228, 15. Hí fretaþ eówre blæ-acute;de, þe gé big libban scylon, 229, 11. [v. N. E. D. blede. O. H. Ger. bluot flos.] v. plúm-blæ-acute;d; bléd in Dict.

blædan to blow. v. tó-blæ-acute;dan.

blæd-belg, es; m. Bellows :-- Blæ-acute;dbylig follis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 150, 16. Cf. blæ-acute;s-, blæ-acute;st-belg.

blæ-acute;d-dæg. Add :-- Brúcaþ blæ-acute;ddaga, Gen. 200.

blæ-acute;der-wærc, es; m. Pain in the bladder :-- Wiþ blæ-acute;dderwærce, Lch. ii. 320, 3.

blæ-acute;d-fæst. Add : [Laym. blæð-fæst.]

blæ-acute;d-horn. Add :-- Æ-acute;nne seolforhammenne blæ-acute;dhorn (bléð-, C. D. iii. 362, 22), Cht. Th. 559, 29. Cf. blæ-acute;s-horn.

blæ-acute;dness (bléd-), e; f. A blossom :-- Þeáh hé (May) wynsumlíce blówe and blæ-acute;dnyssa fægere geyppe, Angl. viii. 311, 1.

blæ-acute;dre. Add :-- Blédrae (-e) vessica, Txts. 106, 1077. Wið blæ-acute;dran sáre. . . sóna seó blæ-acute;dder tó sélran gehwyrfeð, Lch. i. 206, 12-15.

blægettan (blag-); p. te To cry, squall :-- Se biscop ongan fréfrian þone hlýdendan and blægettendan (blagettyndan, v. l.) cniht episcopus stridentem vagientemque puerum consolari coepit, Gr. D. 278, 12.

blæ-acute;-hæ-acute;wen. Add :-- Blæ-acute;hæ-acute;wenre glauco, An. Ox. 528.

blæs, es; m. Blowing, blast :-- Þurh ðæs windes blæ-acute;s, Angl. viii. 320-33.

blæ-acute;s-belg, es; m. Bellows :-- Blaesbaelg follis, Txts. 65, 910. [O. H. Ger. blás-balch follis.] v. blæ-acute;d-, blæ-acute;st-belg.

blæse. Add :-- Blæse fax, Germ. 393, 67. Ðeós wyrt scíneð on nihte swá blæse (blyse, v. l.), Lch. i. 300, 23. Blasan (-en, MS.) globi, An. Ox. 3085 : facula, 976 : 3, 39. Blæsan, 2, 22. Blæsum faculis, 3522 : 4427. Blesum tedis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 122, 12. ¶ figurative :-- Hé wearð mid þæ-acute;re blæsan sóþere lufe ontend, Lch. iii. 432, 30. Onæ-acute;led mid þæs níþes blæsum invidiae facibus succensus, Gr. D. 117, 27. [v. If. E. D. blaze.] v. blysa.

blæ-acute;s-horn, es; m. A horn for blowing :-- Blæ-acute;shorn bið ánes scitt, weorð, and is melda geteald, Ll. Th. i. 260, 16. v. blæ-acute;d-, blæ-acute;st-horn.

blæst flame, l. blæ-acute;st, take with blæ-acute;st blast, and add :-- Ðæ-acute;ra lyfta leóma and þæ-acute;ra lígetta blæ-acute;st. Wlfst. 186, 5. Cf. blæ-acute;d, V. bláwan, I. 4.

blæ-acute;stan; p. te. I. to blow (v. N. E. D. blast], v. á-blæ-acute;st. II. to move impetuously, rush [or is this a different verb blæstan? cf. O. H. Ger. blesten descendere; ana-blesten, p. -blasta ingruere, inruere : ar-blesten erumpere; ana-blast (-blást?) impetus] :-- Forð blæ-acute;stan erumperant, Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 23. Þá deófla þá blæ-acute;stan hié ofer þone hálgan Andreas (cf. the same scene in the poem : Hié wæ-acute;ron reówe, ræ-acute;sdon on sóna gífrum grápum. An. 1336), Bl. H. 243, 11. [Cf. (?) Mid. E. bluster, v. N. E. D. s. v.] v. on-blæ-acute;stan in Dict.

blæ-acute;st-belg, es; m. Bellows :-- Bloestbaelg sublatorium ( = sufflatorium), Txts. 35, 28. Bléstbaelg follis, 64, 454. Blástbelg, Wrt. Voc. ii. 35, 80. [Cf. Icel. blástr-balgr.] v. blæ-acute;d-, blæ-acute;s-belg.

blæ-acute;t. Dele : -blæ-acute;ta (-e). v. hæfer-blæ-acute;ta (-e).

blæ-acute;tan. Add :-- Blétid balatus (balat?), Wrt. Voc. ii. 101, 61. Blæ-acute;teð, 10, 79. [O. H. Ger. blázen.]

blætesung, blagettan. v. bladesung, blægettan : blanc. Take B. 856 under blanca.

blanca. Add : a steed :-- Þá hét hé on ðæs pápan ciericean gestællan his blancan and monig óðer neát, Shrn. 51, 22. v. blonca in Dict.

blandan. Dele : 'p. bleónd, -e, -on', (cf. Icel. p. blett), and add :-- Blondu inficio, Txts. 71, 1138.

blást-belg, blaster. v. blæ-acute;st-belg, plaster.

blát. Substitute for first passage :-- Þá cwom wópes hring blát út faran, weóll waðuman streám a flood of tears poured forth pale, a surging stream welled, An. 1281. [Grein takes blát as a noun, but cf. for the construction vv. 1271-3 : Com hæleða þreát . . . wadan wælgífre.]

bláte. In first passage for Helle fýr, substitute Hit (Etna) óðra stówa : blatesian, blatesnung. v. bladesian, bladesnung.

bláwan. Dele first passage, and add : I. intrans. (1) of the wind :-- Se wind hæfð mistlice naman on bócum; ðanon þe hé blæ-acute;wð him byð nama gesett, Lch. iii. 274, 12. Súþan bláwan to blow from the south, Lk. 12, 55. (2) of living creatures, to blow, breathe :-- Swá hwæt swá seó næ-acute;ddre gesihð, heó tó blæ-acute;wð and onæ-acute;leþ, Lch. i. 242, 21. Bleów ructabat, Wrt. Voc. ii. 96, 1. Þæs þe hé on mínne andwlitan bleóu (bleów, bléw, v. ll.) exsufflante illo in faciem meam, Bd. 5, 6; Sch. 581, 3. (2 a) to breathe hard, snort, pant :-- Ðæt hors ongan bláwan and gremetian ungemetlíce (immenso flatu et fremitu), Gr. D. 183, 11. (2 b) to blow, make a sound with a trumpet :-- Swíðlíce bleówan seofon sácerdas mid sylfrenum býmum, Hml. Th. ii. 212, 29: Jos. 6, 13. Seofon sácerdas bláwon mid býmon (clangent buccinos), 6, 4. (3) of things, (a) to emit air :-- Bláwendra byliga flantium follium, Coll. M. 31, 7. (b) to blow, sound (of a trumpet) :-- Seó býme blæ-acute;wð, Hml. Th. ii. 568, 24. Bláwendre clangenti sistro, sonanti tubae, Wrt. Voc. ii. 131, 49. Þæ-acute;r com egeslic swég and bláwende býman, Hml. Th. i. 312, 12. (4) of fire, to flame, blaze. v. blæ-acute;d. V. blæ-acute;st flame :-- Ðonne fýren líg bláweð (-að, MS.) and braslað reád and réðe ignea tanc sonitus perfundet flamma feroces, Dóm. L. 151. II. trans. (1) to drive by blowing :-- Bláw mid hreóde þ-bar; seáw on þ-bar; dolh . . . bláw þá sealfe on þá dolh, Lch. ii. 332, 2, 11. (2) to cause to sound by blowing, blow a horn, trumpet :-- Þá bleów man míne býman, Nar. 13, 4. Hé náwðer ne hrýme, ne hé horn ne bláwe, Ll. Th. i. 42, 24. (3) to flll with air, inflate :-- Þá bleówan wé þá kylla, Hml. A. 205, 347. v. be-, on-, wiþ-bláwan; þurh-bláwen.

bláwend, es; m. An inspirer :-- God, líchamena scyppend and sáwla Bláwend, Hml. Th. ii. 478, 8.

-bláwenness. v. tó-bláwenness : bláwere. Add : Past. 269, 18; bláwness. v. á-, on-bláwness.

bláwung. Add : I. of wind. v. bláwan, I. 1 :-- Ðæ-acute;ra winda naman and bláwunge (-a, v. l.) wé mihton secgan, Lch. iii. 276, 2. II. blowing of a trumpet. v. bláwan, II. 2 :-- Hwæt is se hreám búton ðæ-acute;ra engla bláwung?, Hml. Th. ii. 568, 21. Hé bícnode mid bláwunge him fultum, Hml. S. 25, 635. Ðurh ðæ-acute;ra sácerda bláwunge tóburston ðá weallas, Hml. Th. ii. 216, 2. III. inflation, cf. bláwan, II. 3 :-- Ealle þá bláwunge and þá welmas þá þe beóþ gehwæ-acute;r geond þone líchoman, Lch. ii. 204, 14.

bleát. Add : [v. N. E. D. blete.] v. wæl-bleát.

bleáþ. Add :-- Siþþan hié welegran wæ-acute;ron, hié eác bleáðran gewurdon aurum Persicum prima Graeciae virtutis corruptio fuit, Ors. 2 5; S. 84, 22. [v. N. E. D. blethe.]

blec, blece. v. blæc, blæce : blécþa. v. blæ-acute;cþa : bled. Dele, and see bledu : bléd. v. blæ-acute;d.

blédan. Add :-- Gif þæt wíf bléde tó swíþe æfter þám beorþre, Lch. ii. 330, 10. Slít mid foþorne oþ þæt hié bléden, 52, 8.

-bléde. v. or-bléde.

bledu. Add :-- Bledu patera, Wrt. Voc. i. 82, 44: fiola, 290, 79 : ii. 36, 63. Blede tácen is þæt þú áræ-acute;re úp þíne swýþran hand, Tech. ii. 125, 9. Man bær þám cásere wín on ánre blede. Hml. S. 31, 631. Hrer on blede, Lch. ii. 314, 3 : 308, 29. Drince hé góde blede fulle, 118, 24. Hæbbe hé blede fulle hwéges, Ll. Th. i. 438, 24. On bleda in pateras (fialas), Germ. 389, 17. IIII cuppan and IIII bleda, Cht. Th. 519, 24. Man sceal habban beódas, bleda, mélas, cuppan, Angl. ix. 264, 17. Dó twá bleda fulle wæteres tó, Lch. ii. 38, 2, 4 : 118, 6. v. helur-bledu.