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106 BREÓÞAN -- BRÓC

Saxna cyning and Brytenwalda ealles &d-bar;yses &i-long;glandæs Angul-Saxonum necnon et totius Brittaniae rex, 219, 9. H&e-long; wæs se eahteþa cyning s&e-long; þe Brytenw(e)alda (Bretenan, v. l.) wæs octavus rex qui rexit Bryttaniam, Chr. 827 ; P. 60, 26 note. [v. N. E. D. Bret-walda.]

breóþan. Substitute : To decay, waste away :-- Gif lungen breóþe, Lch. ii. 170, 4.

-breótness. v. &a-long;-breótness: breótun. v. breátan.

breoton; adj. Spacious, ample :-- F&o-long;h hider t&o-long; m&e-long; burh and breotone bold, Sat. 687. v. bryten-.

breówan. Add :-- D&o-long; on breówende wyrt. Lch. ii. 332, 22. v. ge-breówan.

br&e-long;r, es; m. l. e; f., in bracket dele 'Fr. bruyère . . . Du Cange,' and add :-- Breer anguens. Wrt. Voc. ii. 100, 27. Brær murus, 114, 48. Brære tribula, 122, 73. v. heorot-br&e-long;r.

brerd. Add :-- Brerd labrum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 51, 54. Se sæ-long; gefylde þ-bar; scip o&d-bar; þ&a-long; yfmestan þeolu þæs bryrdes (brerdes, v. l.) mare usque ad superiores tabulas implevit navem, Gr. D. 249, 1, 12. Wi&d-bar; t&o-long; briorde usque ad summum. Mk. R. 13, 27. T&o-long; briorde upp, Jn. R. L. 2, 7. Crocca s&y-long; &a-long;sett on eorþan oþ brerd, Lch. iii. 292, 4. Se ele feóll ofer þ&a-long; brerdas þæ-long;re bydene oleum ora dolii transiens, Gr. D. 160, 13. [v. N. E. D. brerd.]

brerd-full; adj. Brim-full :-- Æ-long;fre wæs se bUNCERTAINteruc brerdful w&i-long;nes, Hml. S. 6, 282. [v. N. E. D. brerd-full.]

br&e-long;r-hlæ-long;w, es; m. A hlæ-long;w (q. v.) with briers on it :-- On br&e-long;rhlæ-long;w, C. D. iii. 82, 21.

br&e-long;r-þyrne, an; f. A brier-bush :-- On br&e-long;r&d-bar;yrnan, C. D. vi. 221, 13.

breting, bret-mæ-long;lum. v. bryting, bryt-mæ-long;lum.

Bret-walas. Add :-- Neáh &d-bar;æ-long;re ceastre þe Bryttwalas nemdon Uero-lamium, Shrn. 94, 2. On Brytwala dagum, III. 33. v. Brytt-walas in Dict.

Bret-walda. v. Breoten-walda.

Bret-wilisc ; adj. British, Welsh :-- Bryt-Wylsc, Chr. P. p. 3, note 10. B&u-long;ton &a-long;num Brytwyliscum g&i-long;sle, Chr. 755 ; P. 49, 10.

brica. Dele: bric-b&o-long;t. v. brycg-b&o-long;t: brice. l. bryce, dele cognates, and see bryce : br&i-long;ce use. l. brice. v. bryce: br&i-long;csian. v. br&y-long;csian.

brid. Add :-- Brid pullus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 118, 45. Cicen o&d-bar;&d-bar;e brid, i. 77, 37. Brid swalwan pullus hirundinis, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 185, I. Fugla briddas, gif hié æ-long;r wilnia&d-bar; t&o-long; fleóganne æ-long;r hira fe&d-bar;ra fulweaxene s&i-long;n, Past. 383, 29. Sellan wel meltende mettas, culfrena briddas, hænne flæ-long;sc, Lch. ii. 196, 22. Sw&a-long; earn his briddas (pullos) spæn&d-bar; t&o-long; flihte, Deut. 32, II: Ps. Srt. ii. p. 192, 31. On lencgten ic læ-long;te m&i-long;ne hafocas ætwindan t&o-long; wuda, and genyme m&e-long; briddas on hærfeste and temige hig, Coll. M. 26, 3. v. bird in Dict.

bridel. l. br&i-long;del (from brigdel), substitute for first instance :-- Bagula br&i-long;del, i. frenum, Wrt. Voc. i. 21, 35, and add :-- Bridel frenum, Wrt. Voc. i. 84, 7. Ðone br&i-long;del &d-bar;&i-long;nre mettryrnnesse, Past. 467, 2. Ic gesleá æ-long;nne br&i-long;del on his weleras, Hml. Th. i. 568, 33. Þæt w&i-long;f sceolde him t&o-long;geánes g&a-long;n and his br&i-long;del onf&o-long;n, ii. 142, 18. Lupatis br&i-long;dlum frænis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 49, 61. &I-long;senum br&i-long;dlum ferratis saliuaribus, An. Ox. 2188. v. next word.

bridels. l. br&i-long;dels, brigdels, and add :-- Br&i-long;dils (-els), brigdils bagula, Txts. 44, 127. Br&i-long;dels, Wrt. Voc. ii. 10, 60. In br&i-long;delse in fraeno, Ps. Srt. 31, 9. Heó genam þæt hors be þ&a-long;m br&i-long;delse (br&i-long;dele, v. l.), Gr. D. 17, 21. H&e-long; breác hælftre for br&i-long;delse (br&i-long;dele, v. l.) capistro pro freno utebatut, 34, 12. Ðone br&i-long;dels &d-bar;æs eges, Past. 427, 31. Br&i-long;delsum lupatis, Txts. 75, 1248.

briden, br&i-long;d-gifu. v. breden, br&y-long;d-gifa.

bridlian. l. br&i-long;dlian, and add :-- H&i-long; heofon mid heora mægenum br&i-long;dlodan, Bl. H. 161, 18.

brigd. Substitute :-- Þæs deóres (the panther) h&i-long;w blæ-long;c brigda gehwæs beorhtra and sc&y-long;nra the beast's hue, splendid with every bright and beauteous variety of colour, Pa. 26.

brigdan(?); p. de To seize property improperly held by another :-- Ðus man sceal swerigean, &d-bar;onne man haf&d-bar; his æ-long;hte gebryid ( =-brigd ?) (cf. þ-bar; orf þ-bar; ic mid N. befangen hæbbe, l. 15). Ðæs &o-long;&d-bar;res &a-long;&d-bar; &d-bar;e mon his orf æt bryide&d-bar; ( = brigde&d-bar;?) . . . Ðæs &a-long;&d-bar; &d-bar;e his æ-long;hte bryide&d-bar; thus shall a man swear, when he has seized his (stolen) property . . . The oath of the other party from whom a man seizes his (stolen) cattle . . . The oath of him who seizes his (stolen) property, Ll. Th. i. 178, 10-180, 8. [Icel. brig&d-bar;a to escheat; brig&d-bar; a right to reclaim.]

brihtan. v. birhtan (not beorhtian) : briig. v. br&i-long;w.

brim, es; n. (not m.), dele passages from An. 496, Edw. 12, and add :-- Monnum bi&d-bar; &d-bar;onne (in June) gewunelic &d-bar;æt h&i-long; l&i-long;&d-bar;a&d-bar; on sæ-long;s bryrne, Shrn. 88, 2. Ofer sæ-long;s brim, Bl. H. 143, 6. v. brymm.

brim; adj. ? :-- Brimne st&o-long;r and hw&i-long;tne r&y-long;cels, Lch. iii. 14, 21.

brim-fl&o-long;d. Add :-- Brimfl&o-long;de cataclismum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 21, 5.

brim-nesen. l. (?) brim n&e-long;sen, and substitute :-- Gif hié brim n&e-long;sen (cf. Gen. 1341) and gesundne s&i-long;&d-bar; settan m&o-long;sten if they came safe from the sea, and might make a prosperous passage, El. 1004.

brim-stæþ, es; n. Sea-shore :-- Streámwelm hw&i-long;le&d-bar;, beátaþ brimstæþo, An. 496.

brim-þisa. l. -þ&i-long;sa.

bringan. Add :-- Ic bringe dono, ostendo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 145, 2. Ic þ&e-long; bringe mid m&e-long; t&o-long; heofonum, Bt. 3, 4; F. 6, 17. Lytel gestreón wiþerweardnes þ&e-long; bringþ, 20; F. 72, 13. Ic n&a-long;t hwæt þ&a-long; woruldlustas myrges bringaþ hiora lufigendum, 31, l ; S. 70, 14. Gif &d-bar;&u-long; wille &d-bar;&i-long;n l&a-long;c bringan (brengan, v. l.). . . læ-long;t inc ges&e-long;man æ-long;r &d-bar;&u-long; &d-bar;&i-long;n l&a-long;c bringe (brenge, v. l.); brieng (breng, v. l.) si&d-bar;&d-bar;an &d-bar;&i-long;n l&a-long;c, Past. 349, 9-13. H&e-long; þ&a-long; spræ-long;ce ne mihte bringan t&o-long; n&a-long;num ende, Bt. 41, 3; F. 246, 29. Bringende delaturos, Wrt. Voc. ii. 28, 56. þ-bar; yrfe þ-bar; him brungen (br&o-long;ht, v. l.) wæs, Gr. D. 201, 10. v. brengan.

briosa. l. briósa, and add :-- Bnósa asilo, Txts. 38, 27. Briósa, briusa tabanus, 102, 1016. [v. N. E. D. breeze.]

br&i-long;tan; p. te To pound, bruise, crush :-- Gif &d-bar;&u-long; hyre bl&o-long;s&d-bar;man br&y-long;test, h&e-long; hæf&d-bar; swæc swylce ellen, Lch. i. 104, 20. Þæt hig grundon on cwyrne o&d-bar;&d-bar;e br&i-long;tton populus illud frangebat mola sive terebat in mortario, Num. ll, 8. Genim wyrte leáf and br&y-long;t h&y-long;, Lch. i. 72, 4. Genim h&y-long; (garclive) dr&i-long;ge and dype on wearmum wætere, sw&a-long; þ&u-long; eáþel&i-long;cost h&y-long; br&y-long;tan mæge, 130, 6. Br&y-long;tende friens, Wrt. Voc. ii. 37, 38 : 150, 74. v. for-, ge-, t&o-long;-br&i-long;tan ; bryttan.

-br&i-long;tedness, -br&i-long;tendlic. v. t&o-long;-br&i-long;tedness, -br&i-long;tendlic.

br&i-long;ting, e; f. Breaking to pieces :-- Br&e-long;ting hl&a-long;fes fractio pants, Lk. L. 24, 35. v. t&o-long;-br&i-long;ting.

Brittisc. Add: I. British :-- B&u-long;tan &a-long;num Bryttiscum g&i-long;sle, Chr. 755; P. 48, 10. Bryttiscne (Brettisc, v. l.) cining, 508; P. 15, 25. Brytiscne (Brettisc, v. l.) man, 501; P. 15, 23. On Bryttisc sprecende, Guth. 42, 17. On Brytisc, 7.

br&i-long;w. Add :-- Briig pulenta, Wrt. Voc. ii. 118, 38. Br&i-long;u puts, An. Ox. 53, 35. Br&i-long;w wiþ þon ilcan and sealf; Lch. ii. 4, 8. Br&i-long;wes t&a-long;can is þæt þ&u-long; wecge þ&i-long;ne f&y-long;st swilce þ&u-long; br&i-long;w hr&e-long;re, Tech. ii. 123, 13. Gebr&i-long;w wel sw&i-long;þne br&i-long;w mid hwæ-long;temelwe, Lch. ii. 354, 11. Bi&i-long;was and drenceas and sealfa wiþ þæ-long;re &a-long;dle, 8, 16.

br&i-long;wan. Add: v. ge-br&i-long;wan.

br&i-long;w-l&a-long;c, es; n. Dressing food :-- Ð&a-long; sceandlican w&i-long;glunga on br&y-long;w-l&a-long;ce, Hml. S. 17, 103. v. preceding word.

br&i-long;w-þicce ; adj. Thick as pottage :-- Wylle hit o&d-bar; &d-bar;æt hit beó wel br&i-long;wþicce, Lch. iii. 76, 7.

broc a badger, l. brocc, and add :-- Brocc taculus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 121, 78. ¶ in local names :-- Agrum eni uo cabulum est brochyl, C. D. i. 97 13. Broccesh&a-long;m &d-bar;es dennes nama, ii. 74, l. v. brocc-hol; broccen.

broc, es; n. A fragment :-- Þ&a-long; hæ-long;&d-bar;enan weras t&o-long;sl&o-long;gon his glæ-long;senne calic. Þ&a-long; gesomnode h&e-long; þ&a-long; brocu (brycas, v. l.), Mart. H. 140, 12. [v. N. E. D. broke.] v. ge-broc.

broc a kind of locust ? :-- Broc ophiomachus (v. Vulg. Lev. xi. 22), Wrt. Voc. ii. 63, 67. [v. N. E. D. brock cicada spumaria.]

br&o-long;c a covering for the leg. Dele ' acc. br&e-long;c, ' and add :-- Brooc suri-cus (cf. sura), Txts. 117, 256. Gyrdils vel broec lumbare, 72, 573. Gyrdel o&d-bar;&d-bar;e br&e-long;c, Wrt. Voc. ii. 51, 15. Br&e-long;cena t&a-long;cen is þæt þ&u-long; str&i-long;ce mid þ&i-long;num tw&a-long;m handum up on þ&i-long;n þeóh, Tech. ii. 127, 8. Ð&a-long; þe on &y-long;tinge fara&d-bar; n&i-long;man him br&e-long;c (femoralia) of hrægelh&u-long;se, R. Ben. 90, 8.

br&o-long;c a brook. Add :-- Hleomoce h&a-long;tte wyrt, sió wéaxe&d-bar; on br&o-long;ce, Lch. ii. 92, 14. þ-bar; wæter cymþ up æt &d-bar;&a-long;m æ-long;welme, wyrþ &d-bar;onne t&o-long; br&o-long;ce, &d-bar;onne t&o-long; eá, &d-bar;onne andlang eá oþ hit wyrþ eft t&o-long; sæ-long;, Bt. 34, 6 ; F. 140, 19. Sum micel æ-long;welm, and irnon manige br&o-long;cas of, 34, I; F. 134, 10. On cocbr&o-long;c . . . on mylenbr&o-long;c . . . on beánbr&o-long;c . . . on &d-bar;an lace &d-bar;æ-long;r &d-bar;&a-long; br&o-long;cas twislia&d-bar;, C. D. v. 198, 34. v. alor-, clæ-long;g-, sealt-, wiþig-br&o-long;c.

br&o-long;c affliction, l. broc, and add: I. labour, laborious effort :-- H&e-long; mihte b&u-long;tan broce ealra Cartaina anweald begitan, Ors. 4, 5 ; B. 83, 13. Mid &u-long;tancumenum brocum gelæ-long;red exterioribus studiis eruditus, Gr. D. 180, 10. II. misery, affliction, trouble :-- Sw&a-long; gemune men wæ-long;ron æ-long;lces broces, Ors. l, 10 ; 8. 48, 12. Hwylc broc and hwylc s&a-long;r (laborem et dolorem) w&e-long; þolia&d-bar;, Ps. Th. 9, 34. Ic &a-long;dreáh mycel broc mid Petre I have suffered much annoyance from Peter, Bl. H. 175, 12. Ðeáh hine &d-bar;&a-long; brocu get&y-long;n and gelæ-long;ren nam adversitatis magisterio sub disciplina cor premitur, Past. 35, 12. Eówre brocu n&u-long; læ-long;ssan sindon þonne heora þ&a-long; wæ-long;re, Ors. 3, 7 ; S. 120, ii. 14, 8. Ealle þ&a-long; s&a-long;r and þ&a-long; brocu þe se man t&o-long; gesceapen is, Bl. H. 59, 33. III. disease, bodily trouble or hurt :-- Æ-long;lc broc cym&d-bar; of deófle and n&a-long;n b&o-long;t . . . h&e-long; sent on unwære menn o&d-bar;&d-bar;on on heora yrfe sum sw&i-long;&d-bar;lic brocc . . . by&d-bar; þæt brocc l&i-long;&d-bar;re, Wlfst. ll, 15-12, 5. Þæt broc þæt h&e-long; &a-long;ræfnode, Gr. D. 22, 5. Ansund eallum limum fram þ&a-long;m egeslican broce (paralysis). Hml. S. 26, 218. On his broke h&e-long; Gode fela behæ-long;sa beh&e-long;t, Chr. 1093; P. 227, 22. v. scip-, weorold-broc.

broc, es; n. Use, advantage :-- Fatu mennisces broces (bryces, v. l.) uasa humani usus, Bd. 3, 22 ; Sch. 291, 7. S&e-long;cen h&i-long; him broc on on-r&a-long;de and on wæ-long;ne let them seek to benefit themselves by riding on horseback and in a carriage, Lch. ii. 184, 13. v. weorold-broc, and cf. bryce.

br&o-long;c a horse. Dele, and see preceding word: br&o-long;c ? :-- Brooc thadalus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 122, 31: broca. v. wiþer-broca: brocc a badger, v. broc.