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100 BÓC-HORD -- BOGA

bóc-hord. Add; -- Bóchord bibliotheca, Wrt. Voc. ii. 13, 3. Bóchord vel fodder bibliotheca, i. librorum repositio, 126, 4.

bócian. Add :-- Þreó hída ðe Oswald bisceop bócað Héhstáne his þægne þreora monna dæg on ðá gerád . . . , C. D. iii. 19, 10 : 20, 32. [O. Frs. bókia.]

bóc-land. Add :-- Bóclandes fundi, Wrt. Voc. ii. 34, 50. Ic geseah englas ferigan gesæ-acute;lige sáwle of ðínum ( the abbess Ælflæd's) bóclande ( de tuo monasterio), Hml. Th. ii. 150, 26. An ic (King Eadred) mínre méder ealra mínra bóclanda þe ic on Súð-Seaxum hæbbe, C. D. B. iii. 75, 25. Twelf bóclanda æ-acute;hte (xii possessiones praediorum) hé Gode geaf mynster on tó timbrianne, Bd. 3, 24; Sch. 308, 3. Bócland territoria, Sch. 306, ii: 2, 3; Sch. 124, 3: fundos, Wrt. Voc. ii. 152, 18. ¶ used figuratively :-- Gif þú (the wealthy man) wéne, þæt hit þín bóc-land (land exempt from the claims of charity) sý, þæt þu on eardast, and on ágene æ-acute;ht geseald, Wlfst. 260, 3. [v. N. E. D. book-land. O. Frs. bók-lond.]

bóc-lár. Add :-- He sceal bóclárum hlystan, Wlfst. 267, 6. [v. N. E. D. book-lore.]

bóc-léden. l. -leden, and add: , -læden :-- Se steorra þe mon on bóclæ-acute;den (on Læden, v. l. ) hæ-acute;t cometa, Chr. 892; P. 82, 31. Seó dón is on bócleden geháten Armenia, E. S. viii. 477, 4. [v. N. E. D. boc-leden.]

bóc-lic. Add :-- Þurh ásmeágunge bóclicre snotornesse (scholarly wisdom) ræ-acute;dels ræ-acute;dan, Ap. Th. 3, 16. Basilius áwrát ðá láre ðe wé nú willað secgean . . . Hé cwæð on his bóclican láre ( the advice contained in his book), Hex. 32, 19. Underþeódd þæ-acute;re bóclican láre, Hml. A. 41, 419. Þeáh wé hi æfter bóclicum andgyte áwríton if we describe them scientifically, Lch. iii. 244, 8. Gif þú wylle witan mid bóclicum getæle hwanon þá regulares cumon, Angl. viii. 305, l. Uton þencan, þonne wé þyllic gehýrað, þ-bar; wé þe beteran beón þurh þá bóclican láre, Hml. S. 28, 120. Se cræft (grammar) is ealra bóclicra cræfta (liberal arts) ordfruma and grundweall, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 289, 13. Bóclicum láreów-dómum liberalibus studiis, An. Ox. 3099: 4141. Tó þysum wífman&dash-uncertain;num áwrát Hieronimus trahtbéc, for ðan ðe hí wæ-acute;ron gecneordlæ-acute;cende on bóclicum smeágungum, Hml. Th. i. 436, 12.

bóc-ræ-acute;dere. Add :-- Bócræ-acute;deras lectores, Wrt. Voc. ii. 54, 8.

bóc-ræ-acute;ding. Add :-- Bócræ-acute;ding lectio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 54, 7. He his eágan upp áhóf fram þæ-acute;re bócræ-acute;dinge, Gr. D. 164, 7. Cf. béc-ræ-acute;ding.

bóc-reád. For Cot. 75: 176 substitute: Wrt. Voc. ii. 71, 45. Of bócreáde ex mineto, 30, 61.

bóc-stæf. Add: -- Bócstæf hoc gramma, An. Ox. 18 b, 45. Ne cúþe hé næ-acute;nige bócstafas (nequaquam litteras noverat), ac swáþeáh hé gebohte him sylfum þá béc þæs hálgan gewrites, and bæd þ-bar; man ræ-acute;dde þá béc beforan him. Gr. D. 281, 22. [v. N. E. D. hoc-staff. O. Sax. bók-staf : O. H. Ger. buoh-stab littera, character: Icel. bók-stafr.]

bóc-stigel. v. stigel: bóc-sum, -ness. Dele.

bóc-tæ-acute;cing, -talu. Substitute: Teaching or direction contained in books :-- Godcunde bóte séce man georne and symble be bóctæ-acute;cinge (bóctale, v. l.) according to the directions contained in books (e. g. Theodore's Liber Poenitentialis) (or as books tell), Ll. Th. i. 398, 22.

bóc-treów. Add :-- Bóctreów fagus, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 29, 17.

bócung. Dele.

bóc-weorc, es; n. Literary work, study :-- Bisceopes dægweorc, þ-bar; bið mid rihte his gebedu æ-acute;rest, and ðonne his bócweorc, ræ-acute;ding oððon rihting, lár oððon leornung, Ll. Th. ii. 314, 19.

bod, es; n. Add: also m. in North. and in cpd. æ-acute;-bod. I. a command :-- Se forðmesta bod primum mandatum, Mk. L. 12, 30, 25, 39. Boda praecepta, 7, 7. Bodo mandata. Lk. L. 18, 20. II. a message :-- Burgwaras sendon bod (legationem) æfter him, Lk. L. R. 19, 14. III. preaching :-- Ðæs godspellesca bodes euangelicae praedicationis, Mk. p. 1, 11. v. fore-, gewil-bod.

boda. Add :-- Bodana preceptorum, Rtl. 95, 35 : 97, 8. v. brýd-boda.

bodan. v. botm.

bodere. Add: ; a preacher :-- Bodare, Lk. L. 9, 33. Sende twoelfe boderes mittens duodecim praedicaturos, Mk. p. 3, 10.

bodian. Add: I. to declare, proclaim, make known :-- Ðá geleáfullan bodiað (bodigeað, v. l. ) be Gode ðæt sóð is ecclesta ore fidelium de Deo, quaeque vera sunt, testatur, Past. 367, 9. Sé . . . þe hé tówearde sægde and bodode, Bl. H. 9, 16. Weorþian wé Sancta Marian, for þon þe heó engla þreátas eádige bodedon, II, 12. Ne sceal hé nó ðæt án bodigan (-ean, v. l. ) his hiéremonnun. hú ðá synna him wiðwinnað, ac hé him sceal eác cýðan mid hwelcum cræftum hé him wiðstondan mæg non solum debent innotescere qualiter vitia impugnent, verum etiam quomodo custoditae nos virtutes roborent. Past. 163, 2. II. to announce what is coming :-- Fricca and forerynele her iernað beforan kyningum and bodigeað (bodiað, v. l.) hira færelt and hiera willan hlýdende, suá sculun ðá sácerdas nú faran hlýdende and bodiende beforan ðæ-acute;m egeslican déman ðe him æfter gæ-acute;d. Past. 91, 21-24. II a. to foretell, prophesy :-- Bodiendra wítedóma vaticinantium, prophetantium, An. Ox. 1524. III. to proclaim the excellence of, celebrate, praise (cf. bodigend-lic) :-- Hé hine swá orgellíce up áhðf and bodode, ðæs þ-bar; hé úþwita wæ-acute;re. Bt. 18, 4; F. 66, 29. Agustinus wæs fram him eallum bodad and hered ab omnibus praedicatur Augustinus, Bd. 2, 2 ; Sch. 115, 14. III a. intrans. To boast about :-- Ic mid getote be mé bodude, R. Ben. 22, 17 note. IV. of religious or moral teaching, to preach, (1) a-person :-- Scyppend ealra gesceafta, þone ic bodige, Bl. H. 187, 9. (2) a doctrine, belief, & c. :-- Manige men þá godcundan láre gehýrað, and him mon þá oft bodaþ and sægþ, Bl. H. 57, 19. Ðá ðe swigiað ðæt hié ðá hálgan æ-acute; ne bodiað (bodigeað, 4) qui sacrae legis verba non loquuntur, Past. 365, 7. Birinus bodude West-Seaxum fulwuht, Chr. 634; P. 26, l. Felix bodade Eást-Englum Crístes geleáfan, 636; P. 26, 5. Ná ðæt án ðætte hé nán wóh ne bodige, ac eác ðæt hé ðæt ryht tó suíðe ne bodige ab eis non solum prava nullo modo, sed ne recta quidem nimie proferantur, Past. 95, 16. Rihtne crístendóm bodian, Wlfst. 175, 22. Suá huér suá bodad bið þis godspell, Mt, L. R. 26, 13: Bl. H. 69, 19. þ-bar; hálige sæ-acute;d him of þæs láreówes múþe wæs bodad and sægd, 55, 30. (3) intrans. :-- Se Hæ-acute;lend þe hé embe bodade, Hml. S. 22, 53. Boda heom be þám Hæ-acute;lende, 21. v. be-bodian.

bodi(g)end, es; m. I. one who announces :-- Bodiend, bannend gerulus, portitor, An. Ox. 56. II. a teacher, preacher :-- On háligre laþunge gelæ-acute;red bodigend (predicator), Scint. 124, 9. Paulus wæs bodigend and ácoren láreów, Hml. A. 149, 148. Bodiend praedicator, Kent. Gl. 1157 : praeceptorem, 132.

bodi(g)end-lic; adj. To be celebrated, praised, v. bodian, III; praedicabilis :-- Ic bletsige ðé, Fæder, bodigendlic God, Hml, S. 7, 232. Cf. herigend-lic.

bodig. For II and III substitute : II. the main portion, (l) of the animal frame (opposed to head or limbs) :-- Bodig truncus, Wrt. Voc. i. 283, 26. Bodeg, bod&e-hook;i spina, Txts. 99, 1891. Bodig, An. Ox. 18b, 89. Hí næfdon þ-bar; heáfod ld þám bodige, Hml. S. 32, 137, 165. Hí tyrndon mid bodige, and heora fótwylmas áwendan ne mihton, Hml. Th. ii. 508, 19. Hí (idols) habbað dumne múð and ungrápigende handa, fét bútan féðe, bodig bútan lífe, i. 366, 27. Heó bewand þ-bar; bodig mid ðám beddcláðum and nam þ-bar; heáfod, Hml. A. 111, 306. Mon mæg gesión æ-acute;gðer ge his (the hedgehog's) fét ge his heáfod ge eác eall ðæt bodig (corpus), Past. 241, 10. Bodig spinam, Wrt. Voc. ii. 79, 37 : 97, 34. (2) of on implement :-- Nim þ-bar; sæ-acute;d, sete on þæs sules bodig, Lch. i. 402, 2.

bod-scipe. Add: [O. Sax. bod-skepi: O. Frs. bod-skip: Icel. boð-skapr: O. H. Ger. bota-scaf; f.] : bodu. v. þunor-bodu.

bodung. Add: I. annunciation, declaration, making known (cf. bodian, I), (1) announcement by a messenger (cf. bodung-dæg) :-- Hé ( Antecrist) sent his bodan geond ealne middaneard, and his hlisa and bodung bið fram sæ-acute; tó sæ-acute;, Wlfst. 195, 20. (2) declaration by a witness, testimony :-- Lóca hwonne se tíma cumen bið, þæt heora bodung geendod bið cum finierint testimonium suum (Rev. 11, 7), Wlfst. 199, 17. (3) interpretation :-- Bodunge conjectionis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 23, 67. (4) glossing logical terms :-- Bodunga praedicamentorum, An. Ox. 3129. Lára, bodunga cathegorias i. UNCERTAIN nuntiationes &l-bar; praedicationes, 3128. II. reciting, rehearsing :-- Gif hwylc bróðor wæ-acute;gð and misféhð on boduncge sealma oðþe ræpsa si quis dum pronuntiat psalmum aut responsorium fallitur, R. Ben. 71, 5. III. boastful assertion (cf. bodian, III) :-- þæt dígle þing beón scolde, tó sige, þæt is tó bodunge and tó getotes gylpe hý gewyrcaþ, R. Ben. 136, 22. IV. preaching :-- Seó bodung forestæpð, and Drihten cymð syþþan tó þæs mannes móde þe ðá bodunge gehýrð, Hml, Th. ii. 530, 10. Heora (the Apostles') bodunge swég swégde geond eall, and heora word be&dash-uncertain;cómon tó eorþan gemæ-acute;rum, Hml. A. 56, 144. Hé mé ( St. Paul) tó bodunga sende, Bl. H, 185, 33. Críst clypode on his bodunge, Hml. S. 16, 130. Se cyning gerehte his witum þæs bisceopes bodunge, 26, 66. Þurh Paules bodunga. Bl. H. 173, 18. Bodunge, R. Ben. 4, 5: Hml. Th. i. 58, 30. Hí mid bysnungum wel ne læ-acute;dað, ne mid bodungum wel ne læ-acute;rað, Ll. Th. ii. 328, 2. Bodengum, Wlfst. 276, 24. Hé á his bodunga mid gebysnungum ástealde, Hml. Th. ii. 148, 26. v. fore-, godspell-bodung.

boeting. v. bæ-acute;tan.

boga. Add: , bog (? cf. boga arcuum, An. Ox. 511). I. a ( rain-) bow :-- þ-bar; heó þone heofonlican bogan mid hyre bleóge efenlæce, Lch. i. 284, 15. II. an arch, a vault :-- Fornix boga (-o) super columnis, Txts. 64, 453. Bígels, boga, incleofa camera, areas, fornax, Wrt. Voc. ii. 127, 78. Bogan fornicem, 37, 2. Bígelsa bogum (boga bígelsum, An. Ox. 511) arcuum fornicibus (of an aqueduct, v. Ald. 8, 32), Wrt. Voc. ii. 76, 3 : 37, 1. III. bow (as in saddle-bow) :-- Boga antena, Wrt. Voc. ii. 100, 33: 6, 65. loc jugum, boga antena, iocsticca obicula, i. 16, 32. Boga postena, ii. 117, 52 : canda, 103, 26 : 14, 8. Bogan boiae (cf. boia, arcus vel geoc, 126, 42), 12, 55. IV. a bow for shooting :-- Flá sagiita, boga arcus, Wrt. Voc. i. 35, 35 : 84, 30. Hé gebende his bogan and mid flán ðone fearr ofsceótan wolde, Hml. Th. i. 502, 18 : Bl. H. 199, 18. V. folded parchment [cf. Ger. bogen] :-- Cine quaternio, boga diploma, Wrt. Voc. i. 75, 12.