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98 BLISSIAN -- BLÓD-WANIAN

drunce swilce for blisse ofer mínum gewunan, Ælfc. T. Grn. 21, 30. Blisse, gefeá tripudio .i. gaudio, An. Ox, 1346. Gá intó þínes hláfordes blisse (gaudium), Mt. 25, 21. v. un-, wyn-bliss.

blissian. Add: [= blíþsian, q. v.] I. absolute :-- Þancaþ, blissaþ gratatur .i. laetatur, An. Ox. 5111. Blissaþ gratatur, Wrt. Voc. ii. 40, 50. Hé sæt mid þám gebeórum blissigende samod, Hml. S. 26, 327. II. to rejoice at (with gen.) :-- His fýnd þæs micelum wundrodon and blissodon, Hml. Th. ii. 26, 11. Ðis folc micclum blissigan wile mínes deáðes, i. 86, 32.

blissigend-lic; adj. Joyous :-- Se dæg is heora sóðe ácennednys; ná wóplic swá swá seó æ-acute;rre, ac blissigendlic tó ðám écum lífe, Hml. Th. i.

354, 11.

blíþe Add: I. cheerful, &c. :-- Blíþe letus, Wrt. Voc. i. 83, 36: alacris, 287, 66. (1) of persons, feeling gladness :-- Þ-bar; hié ealle þá blíðe móde (alacri animo) lustlíce healdan woldan, Bd. 4, 5; Sch. 375, 15: Bl. H. 39, 4: 7, 1. Oft gebyreð ðætte sume bióð tó ungemetlíce blíðe for sumum gesæ-acute;lðum plerumque quis laetae nimis conspersionis existit, Past. 455, 8. Wæ-acute;ron þá burgware tó þon fægene and tó þon blíðe þæt hié feohtan móston, Ors. 5, 3; S. 222, 4. Blíþum uoti compotibus, i. letis, An. Ox. 809. Mycele blíþre bið seó sáwl, Bl. H. 41, 30. (1 a) glad at, of (with gen.) :-- Gehwylc sý blýðe þæs þe him æt his cyrcan cume, Ll. Th. ii. 410, 34. Gehýrdon gehwilce hálige englas singan, blíðe þæs hálgan tócymes, Hml. Th. ii. 518, 9. (1 b) well-disposed to, ready for; alacer (ad) :-- Þá cempan hét Claudius heáfde beceorfan . . . , and hié wæ-acute;ron blíðran tó ðám deáðe þonne hý hér on hæ-acute;ðengilde lifden, Shrn. 132, 12. (1 c) in encouraging exclamations :-- Beó blíþe euge, An. Ox. 56, 134. Ealle blíðe cuncti euax, 14. (2) of things, expressing gladness :-- Hí blíþre stefne cégdon, Bl. H. 89, 30. Hit frán blíþum wordum, Bt. 3, 1; F. 4, 28. Seó Gesceádwísnes him blíþum eágum on lócude, 5, 1; F. 8, 25. II. gentle, &c. :-- Milde &l-bar; blíðe &l-bar; bilwit simplex, Lk. L. 11, 34: p. 7, 9: Mt. L. 6, 23: mansuetus, 21, 5. Hé feól tó his fótum, and bæd þ-bar; hé him blíþe wæ-acute;re (ut sibi placatus esset), Bd. 3, 14; Sch. 259, 3, 13. Hwæþer hí ealle smylte mód and bútan eallum incan blíðe tó him hæfdon . . . and hí hine bæ-acute;don, þ-bar; hé him eallum blíðe wæ-acute;re (placidam erga ipsos mentem habere), 4, 24; Sch. 490, 5-13. Se cásere hét sendan hine of bendum, and him þá blíðe wæs, Hml, S. 3, 197. Þ-bar; þú þám godum offrige, þ-bar; hí þé blýðe beón, 4, 131. Wosas gé blíðo &l-bar; mildo (simplices) suæ-acute; culfre, Mt. L. 10, 16. Blíþe word delenifica, Wrt. Voc. ii. 138, 61. Hié wilniað ðæt wé him geðwæ-acute;re sién, and hié ús ðe blíðran beón mægen, Past. 255, 2.

blíþe; adv. Add :-- Drihten on middangearde blíðe wunode, Bl. H. 9, 35. Gif wé blíþe and rúmmódlíce hí dæ-acute;lan willaþ earmum mannum, Bl. H. 51, 10. Þæt hé blíþe þæs earman líchoman gefylle, 37, 29. Þ-bar; hí blission blíþe mid X&p-tilde;e, Chr. 1036; P. 158, 29. v. ge-blíþe.

blíþe-lic; adj. Gentle, pleasant :-- Blíðelicum iocce blando jugo, Rtl. 108, 19. Blíðelicum égum ðínes árfæstnisse serenis oculis tuae pietatis, 123, 3. [O. Sax. blíð-lík: O. H. Ger. blíd-líh (muot, word).]

blípe-líce. Add: Cheerfully, willingly :-- Manna gehwylc his ælmessan blíðelice syllan, Wlfst. 103, 5. Hé blíðelíce (joyfully) hám tó his earde férde, Chr. 1022; P. 156, 6. Drihten swíþe blíþlíce mannum geleánað, Bl. H. 101, 22. Blíðelícor propensius, Rtl. 34, 30.

blíþe-méde. v. un-blíþeméde.

blíþe-mód. Add:, blíþ-mód. I. of gladsome mind :-- Þú blíðmód bidde, þ-bar; hí (the saints) þé þingian tó þeódne, Dóm. L. 36, 23. II. of kindly mind, kindly disposed :-- Hí cwæ-acute;don þ-bar; hí ealle him swíðe blíðemóde wæ-acute;ron . . . Hé cwæð, 'Ic eom swíðe blíðemód (blíðmód, blíðemóde, v. ll.) tó eów' respondebant omnes placidissimam se mentem ad ilium habere . . . Respondit, 'Placidam ego mentem erga vos gero,' Bd. 4, 24; Sch. 490, 8.

blíþ-nes. Add :-- On eádegum setlum brúcan blíðnesse bútan ende forð sedibus semper gaudere beatis, Dóm. L. 304. Hié mid micelre blíðnesse þæt wín drincende wæ-acute;ron, Ors. 2, 4; S. 76, 17. [O. H. Ger. blídnissa deliciae.]

blíþs. Add :-- On gefeán blíðse, Ps. C. 79.

blód. Add :-- Deád blód cruor, Wrt. Voc. ii. 16, 57. Heó sæ-acute;de þ-bar; hire blód forlæ-acute;ten wæ-acute;re on earme, Bd. 5, 3; Sch. 563, 2. Swíðe unwíslíce gé dydon, þæt gé sceoldon on feówernihtne mónan blód læ-acute;tan, Sch. 564, 6: Lch. iii. 184, 11. Æ-acute;r him mon blód læ-acute;te, þám þe fela blódes hæfþ, ii. 210, 16. Blód wanian, iii. 184, 16. Wer blóda vir sanguinum, Ps. L. 5, 8: Ps. Spl. 25, 9. Handa mid manna blódum befýlede, Angl. xi. 113, 36. v. mónaþ-blód.

blód-æx. v. blód-seax.

blód-dolg (-h), es; n. A cut from which blood flows :-- Gif monnes blóddolh (-dolg, 16, 4) yfelige . . . Gif þú ne mæge blóddolh (-dolg, 16, 6) áwríþan . . . lege þ-bar; dust on cláð, wríþ mid þý þ-bar; blóddolh, Lch. ii. 148, 7-15.

blód-dryncas. Substitute: blód-drync, es; m. Blood-drinking, draught of blood :-- Þæ-acute;r wæs gesiéne þæt seó eorþbeofung tácnade þá miclan blóddryncas þe hiere mon on þæ-acute;re tíde tó forlét . . . merito dicatur tantum humanum sanguinem susceptura terra tremuisse, Ors. 4, 2; S. 162, 3.

blódegian. v. blódgian.

blóden (?); adj. Bloody :-- Of blódene de cruente, Wrt. Voc. ii. 138, 15. [Cf. O. H. Ger. bluotín sanguineus.]

blód-forlæ-acute;tan. Dele, and see blód.

blód-gemang, es; n. A blood-mixture :-- Of blódgemongum de sanguinibus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 139, 28.

blód-gemenged blood-stained :-- Þone blódgemengedan middaneard, Wlfst. 182, 11.

blód-geótan. Dele: blód-geóte. l. -geót.

blód-geótend, es; m. A shedder of blood :-- Álés mé of blódgeótendum, Ps. L. 50, 16.

blód-geótende. Add :-- Wer þe is blódgita &l-bar; (blód-)geótende vir sanguinum, Ps. L. 5, 8.

blódgian; p. ode. I. to make bloody :-- Hé hys líchaman mid his tóþum blódgode, Guth. 56, 17. Hié mid heora múðe hié blódgodon, Nar. 11, 5. Hí ongunnon heora hors mid heora spurum blódgian, Gr. D. 14, 28. II. to become bloody :-- Reáwde vel blódgade crudescit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 137, 17. [O. H. Ger. pluotagón cruentare.]

blód-gíta. Dele, and see next word.

blód-gyte bloodshed. Add :-- Wæs here and hunger, bryne and blódgyte on gewelhwylcon ende, Wlfst. 159, 8. Hé sægde þ-bar; ðæt næ-acute;fre wæs álýfed æ-acute;nigum men þ-bar; hé þæ-acute;r æ-acute;nig nýten cwealde oþþe blódgyte worhte negabat licere animal ullum interfici, Nar. 28, 18. Tácnað þ-bar; micelne blódgyte on sumre þeóde, Lch. iii. 180, 12. Wer þe is blódgita &l-bar; wer blóda vir sanguinum, Ps. L. 5, 8. On blódgytum in sanguinibus, 105, 38. Tácnað þ-bar; gewinn and blódgytas, Lch. iii. 182, 3. [Laym. blod-gute.]

blód-hræ-acute;can, -hræ-acute;ce. Dele.

blód-hræ-acute;cung, e; f. Inflammation of the lungs; peripleumonia, Wrt. Voc. i. 19, 37.

blódig. Add :-- Blódge cruentos, þæ-acute;m blódigum cruentis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 22, 7, 8. I. of the nature of blood :-- Ríneþ blódig regn, Bl. H. 91, 34. His micgge bið blódreád swilce hió blódig sié, Lch. ii. 198, 20. Swilce blódig wæter, 202, 2. Mid blódigum ríþum sanguineis rivulis, An. Ox. 3023. II. smeared with blood :-- Þá eár wæ-acute;ron blódege (cruentae), Ors. 4, 8; S. 188, 28. On blódigum limum, Hml. S. 31, 981. Blódigum (cruentis) handum, An. Ox. 11, 149. III. of colour, red as blood :-- Ástígeþ blódig wolcen, Bl. H. 91, 32: Chr. 979; P. 122, 24. IV. of battle, attended with much bloodshed :-- Þá blódgan cruda (certamina belli, cf. 90, 1 = Ald. 143, 34), Wrt. Voc. ii. 21, 65. V. of persons, bloodthirsty, given to bloodshed :-- Mid werum blódigum cum viris sanguinum, Ps. L. 25, 9. v. un-blódig.

blódlæ-acute;s-tíd, e; f. Proper time for bleeding :-- Nis nán blódlæ-acute;stíd swá gód swá on foreweardne lencten, Lch. ii. 148, 2.

blód-læswu. Substitute: blód-læ-acute;s, e; -læ-acute;swu, e; f. Blood-letting :-- Blódlæ-acute;s is tó forgánne fíftýne nihtum æ-acute;r Hláfmæsse, Lch. ii. 146, 8. Frægn hé hwonne hyre blódlæ-acute;s (-læ-acute;swu, v. l.) æ-acute;rest wæ-acute;re . . . þæt þæ-acute;re tíde blód-læ-acute;s (-læ-acute;sewu, -læ-acute;swu, v. ll.) wæ-acute;re frecenlic, Bd. 5, 3; Sch. 563, 10-564, 11. On þæ-acute;re blódlæ-acute;s(e) (-læ-acute;swe, v. l.), Sch. 563, 3. Hú mon scyle blódlæ-acute;se forgán. Lch. ii. 16, 2: 146, 19. Æfter þon þe se líchoma sié þurh þá blódlæ-acute;se geclæ-acute;nsad, 210, 18. [v. N. E. D. blod-les.]

blód-læ-acute;tan. Dele, and see blód: blód-orc. v. orc in Dict.

blód-reád. Add :-- His micgge bið blódreád swilce hió blódig sié, Lch. ii. 198, 20. His fét syndon blódreáde, E. S. viii. 477, 34. [Icel. blóð-rauðr.]

blód-ryne. Add :-- Blódryne of næ-acute;sþyrlon, Lch. i. 282, 12. Sum wíf wæs on blódryne þearle geswenct, Hml. S. 31, 1256. Gefór hé on blódryne effusione sanguinis, quod Graece apoplexis vocatur, mortuus est, Ors. 6, 33; S. 288, 27. Ðeós wyrt þone blódryne gewríð, Lch. i. 306, 22. Hé blódrynas áfeormaþ, 300, 16. [O. Frs. blód-rene. Cf. O. H. Ger. pluot-runs.]

blód-sceáwung, e; f. Supply of blood(?) :-- Þ-bar; mon mæg gelácnian þenden of þæ-acute;re lifre sió blódsceáwung geondgét ealne þone líchoman, Lch. ii. 222, 9.

blód-seax. Add :-- Blódsaex flebotoma, Wrt. Voc. ii. 108, 77. Blódseax flebotomum, Graece namque fleps, vena, tomum vero incisio nominatur, 39, 22: fletoma, 33, 73. Blódsex flebotomum, 149, 42, Sé án blódseax (læ-acute;ceíren, v. l.) ásette on míne tungan, Gr. D. 32, 24. Se ealda feónd sittende on ánum múle on læ-acute;ces ansýne bær horn and blódsex (blódaexe, v. l.), 161, 2. [O. L. Ger. blód-sahs (-sax).]

blód-seten a remedy to stop bleeding :-- Gif men yrne blód tó swíþe . . . Blódseten; bisceopwyrt nioþowearde ete . . . Blódseten; genim hegeclifan, gebinde on sweoran, Lch. ii. 54, 4-8, 9, 10, 11, 16. Blód-setena ge on tó bindanne ge on eáre tó dónne ge horse ge men, 4, 11.

blód-siht, e. Substitute: blód-sihte, an :-- Wiþ wífa blódsihtan, Lch. ii. 172, 20.

blód-þigen, e; f. Tasting blood :-- Be blódþigene de esu sanguinis

(cf. Gif wíf þicgð (gustaverit) hire weres blód for hwylcum læ-acute;cedóme,

156, 13), Ll. Th. ii. 130, 18.

blód-wanian. l. blód wanian: blód-wíte. Add: [v. N. E. D. blood-wile.]: blód-wyrt. Dele.