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BUTERE -- BÝRE 113

Nic. 4, 18. ' Hwæt hæfð hé gedón þ-bar; hé sweltan scyle ? Hig sæ-acute;don: 'Búton for þám þe hé sæ-acute;de þ-bar; hé Godes sunu wæ-acute;re, ' 5, 36. III. without dependent verb (cf. Bl. H. 147, 15 under II. 1). (1) (any, few) but (cf. A. II. 2) :-- Hira feáwa onweg cómon, búton þá áne þe fit út ætswummon, Chr. 918; P. 98, 30. Litel rihtwísnesse wæs mid æ-acute;nige men, búton mid munecan áne, 1086; P. 218, 8. (2) after a negative clause, (none, nothing) but (cf. nobbut in dialects); ne . . . bútan but, only, not more than : -- Næfde ic næ-acute;nne hiht on óðerne næ-acute;fre búton on ðé spem in alium numquam habui, praeter in te, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 270, 12. Næs gemétt sé ðe ágénhwurfe, búton (búta, L. R. nisi) þes aelfremeda, Lk. 17, 18. Nis nán man gód, búton God ána, 18, 19. Hié næ-acute;ron on hie hergende búton þrié dagas, Ors. 2, 8; S. 94, 1: 3, 7; S. 120, 14. Ne mehte mon búton feáwa ofslagenra geáhsian fix quem-quam requiri, qui perierit, 2, 8; S. 94, 12. Hé wolde gewin findan, ac hé ne mehte búton sibbe, 6, 3; S. 256, 30. Hé næs búton seofontiéne&dash-uncertain;wintre, 4, 9; S. 190, 29. Nolde hé ná andswerian búton mid mon&dash-uncertain;þwæ-acute;rnesse, Bl. H. 33, 29. Nis næ-acute;nig man þ-bar; þurfe gesécan, búton þá, 103, 16 : 185, 9. Ðá gebróðra næfdon búton fíf hláfas, Hml. Th. ii. 170, 34. (2 a) after a comparative, than, but :-- Nán man má wífa næbbe búton .i., Ll. Th. ii. 300, 13. þ-bar; ic ne þorfte ná máre áwendan bæ-acute;re béc búton tó Isaace, Ælfc: Gen. Thw. 1, 8. (3) after interrogative clause, (who, what) but: -- Hwæt wæs seó ræste elles búton se hálga innoð ?, Bl. H. 11, 20: 59, 27. Hwylc bið hé búton swylte stán ?, 21, 26. Hwæt is ðis líf búton weg?, Hml. Th. i. 614, 1. Tó hwæ-acute;m cumaþ hí elles bútan tó tácnunge sorges?, Bt. 7, 2; F. 18, 21. Hwæt gelýfeþ se líchoma bútan þurh þá sáwle?, Bl. H. 21, 22. v. on-bútan ; be-útan.

butere. Add :-- Gemeng wið ferscre buteran, Lch. ii. 74, 21. On&dash-uncertain;legena geworhte of butran, 244, 20. Drincan ámylte buteran, 106, 3. Gif þú buteran habban wylle, þonne stríc þú mid þrím fingrum on þíne innewearde hand, Tech. ii. 123, 22. Hi ðicgað on ðám earde (Italy) ele on heora bigleofum, swá swá we dóð buteran, Hml. Th. ii. 178, 18. v. cú-butere.

buter-flége (-fleóge). Add :-- Buterflége, buturfliógae, -fli[ó]go papilio, Txts. 85, 1507.

buterian. v. ge-buterod.

buteruc. Add: -- Næfdon hí nán wín búton on ánum gewealdenan butruce . . . wæs se buteruc brerdful wínes. Hml. S. 6, 274-282. Sum man sende twégen butrucas mid wíne (cf. twá treówene fatu fulle wínes, on folcisc flascan gehátene vino plena duo lignea vascula, quae vulgo flascones vocantur, Gr. D. 141, 25), Hml. Th. ii. 170, 13.

butsa-carlas. Substitute: butse-carl (butsa-), es; m. A seaman. ['The " butsecarls" stand in the same relation to the "scip-fyrd" that the housecarls occupy towards the " land-fyrd "; i. e. they are the king's standing force, as opposed to the national levies. This seems clear from a passage in Domesday: " quando Rex ibat in expedhione uel terra uel mari, habebat de hoc burgo aut .xx. solidos ad pascendos suos buzecarlos, aut unum hominem ducebat secum pro honore . v. hidarum. "' Chr. P. ii. 239.] :-- Þá butsecarlas (butsa-, v.l.) hine forsócan. Chr. 1066 ; P. 197, 8, Hé nam of þám buttekarlon sume mid him, P. 196, 7. Hé gespeón him tó ealle þá butsecarlas (-karlas) of Hæstingan, 1052; P. 178, 25. [v. N. E. D. bus-carl, buss: Icel. buza a kind of ship.]

buttuc, es; m. A small butt (? butt, a provincial term applied to such ridges as run out short at the sides of the field. A small parcel of land is often called the butts, v. N. E. D.) :-- Of ðám heáfdon on ðæne weg; of ðám wege on ðá buttucas; of ðám buttucon on ðone bróc, C. D. iv. 19, 32.

bútú. Add :-- Bútú binas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 126, 24.

bý; n.? Add: The Danish form býr is m. Bý in local names is found in Baddan-, Bad-, Bé-, Kirk-bý. v. C. D. vi.

býa. v. búan.

bycgan. Add: I. to buy goods :-- Hwá bigþ hí?, Coll. M. 23, 25. Bege eme, Kent. Gl. 895. þ-bar;te metto bochton, Jn. L. 4, 8. II. in reference to marriage :-- Be ðon ðe mon wíf bycgge, Ll. Th. i. 122, 3. III. to hire workmen :-- Bycgæ wyrhta conducere operarios, Mt. R. 20,1.

bycgend, es; m. A buyer :-- Beccen emptor, Kent. Gl. 738.

bycgen(n), býcn-, bycera, -bycgung, býd. v. bygen, bícn-, beó&dash-uncertain;cere, be-bycgung, beódan.

byd ?, byd-incel ? :-- Andlang bróces on Bydincel, of Bydincele . . . of thám forda on thá ealdan byd, andlang byd . . . of thám hamme on Byd, andlang Byd, C. D. B. iii. 44, 24-38. On bydyncel . . . ðæt on byd, C. D. iii. 81, 5-7.

býdel. l. bydel, and add: I. a herald :-- Hé sende bydelas and beád eallum þám here transierunt praecones per castrorum medium et clamare coeperunt, Jos. 3, 2. II. a beadle, v. Andrews' Old English Manor. pp. 142-3 :-- Bydel gæ-acute;ð ætforan déman, Hml. Th. i. 354, 34 : Shrn. 95, 14. Héte þú (Pilate) þýnne býdel hym swá ongeán cuman ?, Nic. 2, 15. Bydelum exactoribus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 43. Sende se cásere his bydelas and beád þ-bar; man sceolde cépan crístenra manna, Hml. S. 23, 47. [O. L. Ger. budil.]

bydel-æcer, es; m. Land allotted to a bydel (cf. Bydele gebyreð sum landstycce for his geswince, Ll. Th. i. 440, 7) : -- On ðæene bydelæcer, of ðám bydelæcere, C. D. vi. 152, 31.

byden. Add :-- Bydin (-en) cupa, Txts. 52, 260. Byden doleus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 98, 6 : doleum, 26, 24: i. 291, 6 : bunia, ii. 102, 35: 11, 42 : 126, 75: cuba, i. 34, 24. Wses sum oferwrigen byden (dolium) eles æ-acute;mtig . . . ongan þ-bar; wrigels þæ-acute;re bydene beón upp áhafen, Gr. D. 160, 9-12. Site on bydene . . . geót on þá bydene, læ-acute;t reócan on, Lch. ii. 76, 22-24: 78, 20. Eleberigan dón on bydene (praelo), Gr. D. 50, 30. Bydno hydriae, Jn. L. 2, 6. Bydena cuparum, An. Ox. 4, 60. Bydenum cupis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 47, 62. Bydena cupas, An. Ox. 17, 35. Ealle þá wínfatu and ealle þa bydenu (-a, v.l.) cuncta vini vascula omnia&dash-uncertain;que dolia, Gr. D. 57, 28. [O. L. Ger. budin. From Lat. butina.] v. beór-, breóst-, wæter-byden; bydenestre.

bydenestre. v. glíw-bydenestre : bydincel. v. byd.

byden-fæt, es; n. A bushel, barrel :-- Hwéne wíddre þonne bydenfæt, Bl. H. 127, 6. VI. bidenfate and þrý trogas, C. D. B. iii. 367, 38.

býdla, an ; m. A cultivator, worshipper :-- Sé ðe Gode býdla is (býdle, þ-bar; is ðé ðe God worðias, L.) qui Dei cultor est, Jn. R. 9, 31. Cf. buan.

býed, býencg, býend, býgan, byge. v. un-býed, býing, búend, bígan, bige.

býge. l. byge, and add: I. of shape or direction :-- Byge sinus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 120, 65. Andlanges ánre furh oð hit cymð tó ánum byge; ðanone of ðæ-acute;m byge, C. D. v. 153, 31. Tó ðæ-acute;re díce byge, 298, 12. On ðone byge ; of ðám byge, vi. 1, 20 : 2, 4. Sete þíne hand on earmes byge, Tech. ii. 128, 14. Bigum anfractibus, An. Ox. 3696. Wræ-acute;da bíum fasciarum ambagibus, 3500. Hit bið drifen on swíðe nearwe bygeas, Past. 59, 6. II. of movement (lit. or fig. ) :-- Bigas circuitus, Wülck. Gl. 232, 41. Se hara bígde gelóme, þóhte mid þám bigum ætberstan þám deáðe, Hml. S. 31, 1059. Hé gedyde bigeas (-ias, v.l.) and fleám, Gr. D. 122, 24. III. something bent :-- Under býcnunge ðæs écan biges (beáges, v.l.) sub figura coronae perpetis, Bd. 5, 22; Sch. 682, 6. Hyrdle, bige plecta, An. Ox. 3888. [Icel. bugr.] v. fram-byge.

bygen, e; f. Buying, purchase :-- On hernumena bygenum, Ll. Th. ii. 328, 11, v. gebed-bygen.

byht [cf. búgan]. Add :-- Ðérdíc útt scæ-acute;tt æt ðám bihtæ, C. D. v. 74, 2. On heges byhte; of ðám byhte, iii. 419, 16. [The poetical passages should be taken separately under byht = habitation, abode. Cf. búan.]

býing. Add: -- Býencgum habitaculis, Rtl. 123, 7. v. un-býing.

býl. Add; býle, an (?); býl, e (?) ; f. : -- Wearte vel býl furunculus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 151, 75. Wearte, býle frunculus (forunculus? -os?), 34. Gif býl on men gebersteð, Lch. ii. 94, 24. Býlas carbunculi, Wrt. Voc. ii. 128, 56. Býlum bullis, 89, 47. On þæ-acute;re lifre býlum. Lch. ii. 204, 24. [O. L. Ger. búla; wk. f. struma.] v. lifer-, wen-býl.

byld (-u, -o), byldan to embolden, v. bildu, bildan.

byldan; p. de To build, fence (?) :-- Onbúton ðone croft ðe Wynstán bylde; on ðá díc ðe hé gedícte, C. D. iii. 367, 6. Tó werbolde án fóðer gyrdo, oððe . viii. geocu byld, 451, 1. v. bylda, bold.

bylg(e)an to bellow. Add :-- Hwílum ðá deófol hine bylgedon on swá fearras and ðuton swá wulfas, Shrn. 52, 29.

býlihte; adv. In an ulcerous condition :-- Gif men bílyhte sié ymb þone þearm, Lch. ii. 170, 28.

býme, býmian, byrc, byrce barking, Byrcingas. v. bime, bim-an, beorc, birce, Bercingas.

byrd, e; f. I. birth: -- Gemildsa mé nacodum, forlidenum, næs ná of earmlicum birdum geborenum, Ap. Th. 11, 20. [O. H. Ger. burt.] v. læt-, lam-, mis-, sweart-byrd. II. bearing, v. ende-, for-, fore-, mund-, stefn-byrd.

byrd, e ; f. A burden :-- Hé hæfde strengðe tó ádreóganne þá byrde, Gr. D. 215, 1. [O. H. Ger. burti : onus Icel. byrðr: Goth. baurþei.]

byrdan to embroider. [Icel. byrða.] v. be-, ge-byrdan; borda.

byrde. Add: v. búr-, efen-, in-, þeów-, unge-byrde.

byrdestre, an ; f. An embroideress :-- Byrdistrae blaciarius, primicularius (cf. primicula, ornatus uestimentorum borda, Hpt. 33, 247, 105), Txts. 109, 1153.

byrdicge. Substitute: An embroideress. Cf. byrdestre: byrdig. v. fore-byrdig.

byrding, e; f. Embroidering :-- Byrdingc plumaria, Wrt. Voc. i. 66, 22. v. byrdan.

byrdling, es; m. A tortoise :-- Byrdlingc testudo, An. Ox. 23, 21. Cf. bord.

byre a son. Add :-- Eádweard cing . . . byre Æðelrédes, Chr. 1065 ; P. 193, 33.

býre a time, season. l, byre, and add :-- Æ-acute; þám byre, þe hé wite eal, Wlfst. 123, 5. Oð ðone byre, þe hí God áwehte, Hml. S. 23, 336.

byre, es ; m. A strong wind, storm :-- Byre aestu (cf. ýst), Germ. 400, 496. [v. N. E. D. birr. Icel. byrr a favourable wind.]

býre, es; m. A byre, shed, hovel : -- Býre mapalia, magalia, Txts. 77, 1292, 1294. Býrae magalia, 115, 155. Býre vel sceápheorden magalia vel mappalia vel capanna, Wrt. Voc. i. 58, 31. Of mearcwille on duddes býre, of duddes býre on þone clofenan beorh, Cht. E. 293, 36. [Cealc-