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118 CASE-BILL -- CEALC-SEÁÞ

Hml. Th. i. 408, 21. Habban máran care úre sáwle þonne ðæ-acute;re scortan gesæ-acute;lðe to care more about our soul than about transitory happiness, ii. 460, 16.

case-bill (cáser-?) a sceptre? :-- Casebill clauam i. gesta&m-long; (for ? cáserbill gestamen; gestamen sceptrum, Migne: billus baculus, claua oblonga, ib.: so cáser-bill might be compared with cyne-gird), Germ. 394, 285.

cáser-dóm. Add :-- Cáserdómes imperii, An. Ox. 12, 13. Cáserdóm rem puplicam, Rtl. 191, 23. [O. Sax. késur-dóm: O. H. Ger. cheisar-tuom: Icel. keisara-dómr.]

Cásere. Add :-- Cásere imperator, Caesar, vel Augustus, Wrt. Voc. i. 17, 45. Gaius Iulius se Cásere (Kásere, v. l.). Chr. P. p. 4, 23. Lóthwí se cásere, 840; P. 64, note 3. Odda Rómána cásere, 982; P. 124, 24. Þíne godas, cásere, synd manna handgeweorc, Hml. S. 14, 20. Féng Tiberius tó ríce se césar æfter Agustuse post mortem Augusti Tiberius Caesar imperium adeptus est, Ors. 6, 2; S. 254, 21. Cáseres reáf tó gefeohte paludamentum, Wrt. Voc. i. 40, 31. Hé begeat þæs cáseres mága tó wífe, Chr. 1057; P. 188, 13. Cáseres gæfel, Mt. L. 17, 24. Cæ-acute;seres, p. 19, 5. Ðæs casseres, 22, 21. Geldas ðá ðe sint caeseres (cáseras, R.) ðæ-acute;m cásere, Mk. L. 12, 17. Cessares, Lk. L. 2, l. Ðæ-acute;m cásari (kásere, R.), Mt. L. 22, 21. Nabbo ué cyning búta ðone cáser, Jn. L. 19, 15. [Goth. kaisar: O. Sax. késur: O. Frs. keiser, kaiser: O. H. Ger. cheisar : Icel. keisari.]

cásering a coin of the empire :-- Cásering &l-bar; cáseres gæfel didrachma, Mt. L. 17, 24. Cæ-acute;sering dragma, Lk. p. 8, 16.

cáser-lic. For Cot. 115 l. :-- Þæs cáserlican húses imperialis hypodromi, Wrt. Voc. ii. 48, 45. [O. Frs. keiser-lik: O. H. Ger. cheisar-líh imperialis.]

Cásern. Add: [O. H. Ger. cheiserin imperatrix.]

cassa? a net :-- Casses vel cassan retia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 129, 23.

castel. Substitute for the single form the two following :--

castel, es ; n. A village, town :-- On þ-bar; castel on naman Emaus, Lk. 24, 13. Drihten foresceáwode him þæt castel þá cynelican Bethleem, tó ðan þæt he wolde þæ-acute;r on þæ-acute;re byrig menniscnesse underfón, Wlfst. 193, 27: [Mt. 21, 2: Mk. 6, 6. v. Dict.] [O. Sax. that kastel (Emmaus) : O. H. Ger. chastel, kastel (Bethlehem, Bethany). From Latin castellum.]

castel (-ell) , es; m. I. a castle :-- Þá Frencyscan þe on þan castelle wæ-acute;ron, Chr. 1052; P. 175, 13. Sume tó Pentecostes castele, sume tó Ródbertes castele, P. 181, 5. Æt æ-acute;lcan castelle, 1075; P. 210, 25. His wíf wæs innan þám castele, and hine heóld swá lang þ-bar; man hire grið sealde, P. 211, ii. Hæfdon þá welisce menn gewroht æ-acute;nne castel, 1048; P. 173, 16. Tó Eoferwíc fóron and þone castel tóbræ-acute;con, 1069; P. 204, 18. Hí þá castelas gewunnan, P. 203, 4. [From Norman-French. For native English usage, cf. þ-bar; woerc castellum, Lk. L. 24, 13.] II. an old British or Roman earthwork (?). v. N. E. D. castle, 8 :-- On ánne castel at Swíndúne; of ðý castele . . . tó ánne castel; of ðí castele on ánne herepað, C. D. iii. 397, 18-21. v. stán-castel.

castel-burg a fortified place ? :-- Hec sunt confinia . . . inde in montem susibrem urbs antiqua et postea bi þæ-acute;re aldan cestelbyrig on nunnena beorgas, C. D. B. i. 205, 8. [Ne moste na mon cumen wiðinne þon castelburi, Laym. 6714.]

castenere, es; m. A cabinet, chest :-- Ic geann eallum mínum hírédwífmannum tó gemánum ánes gódes casteneres wel gerénodes, Cht. Th. 537, 7. [Cf. O. H. Ger. chastanári inclusor.]

casul. For Som. Ben. Lye substitute :-- Casul byrrum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 127, 33. [From Lat. casula. v. N. E. D. s. vv. casule, chasuble.]

cásus. Add :-- Verbum ys word, án dæ-acute;l lédenspræ-acute;ce mid tíde and háde bútan cáse, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 119, 9. Tó sumum cásum, 107, 4.

cat. Add :-- Catt muriceps, Wrt. Voc. ii. 56, 56: 71, 31. Gif hwylcum mete hund oððe catt (felis) oððe mús oðhrine, oððe óðer unclæ-acute;ne nýten hwylc, Ll. Th. ii. 164, 8. Cattes fleót, stán, stoke, C. D. vi. 267. v. catte.

Catacumbé representing late Lat. (ad) Catacumbas:-- Eal folc Rómwara beféng þá líchoman (of SS. Peter and Paul) on þæ-acute;re stówe Catacumbé, Bl. H. 193, 11. Hine ferian tó Catacumbas, þæ-acute;r Petrus and Paulus bebyrgede wæ-acute;ron, Hml, S. 5, 465.

catte, an; f. A she-cat :-- Catte fellus (= felis), Txts. 63, 863. Andlang eá on cattan ége, Cht. E. 294, 27. [Cf. Icel. ketta a she-cat.] v. cat.

cattes mint. Dele.

cawel (cáwel?). Add :-- Cawel caulus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 129, 83. Caul caula, An. Ox. 56, 366. v. cál in Dict.

cawl. Add: a cawl (v. N. E. D.) :-- Cauuel, couel corbus, Txts. 51, 513. Lorg, couel colum, 110, 1172. Cawel corvis. Wrt. Voc. ii. 15, 9. Caulum corbibus, 79, 73. Caulas corbos, 83, 68: 18, 53. v. ceofl, ceol, ceoul, ceowl in Dict.

ceác. Add :-- Ceác antulum, Wrt. Voc. i. 291, 1: 285, 13: ii. 8, 34: urna, An. Ox. 4322. Ágrafen ceác expolita pelvis. Germ. 403, 16. Æren fæt, læfel oþþe céc, Lch. iii. 292, 9. On ceáce (concha) fét ðweánde, Angl. xiii. 415, 716. Ðone ceák (luterem) . . . on ðæ-acute;m ceáke, Past. 105, 17, 13. Hé (David) genam his (Saul's) ceác (scyphum aquae, 1 Sam. 26, 11), Ps. Th. 35, arg. Se gelýfeda cempa bróhte ceác fulne wæteres fulluhtes biddende, Hml. Th. i. 428, 1. Gedó on ceác fulne wínes (cf. ceác-full), Lch. ii. 30, 23. [Cf. (?) N. E. D. keach to ladle out.] [From Lat. caucus.]

ceác-ádl (ceóc-) disease in the fauces (v. ceáce, II) :-- Wiþ ceócádle and wiþ ceolwærce, Lch. ii. 300, 11. Wiþ ceócádle, nim hweorfan, bind on his sweoran, and swile innan mid háte meolce, 310, 21.

ceác-bora. For 'anhilus? Cot. 13' substitute :-- Caecbora antulus, Txts. 41, 171. Ceácbora, Wrt. Voc. ii. 7, 3.

ceace a trial, &c. Dele, and see ceáp, III a.

ceace, an; f. (?) A cake :-- Ceaum (ceacum ? cf. cyclum, the gloss to the same passage, An. Ox. 3859) tortellis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 83, 63. [Hire cake bearneð o þe stan, H. M. 37, 36. Icel. kaka.] Cf. cicel.

ceáce. Add: ceóce. I. jawbone, cheek :-- In suíðra ceica ðín (in ðæt swíðran wonge &l-bar; céke þín, R.) in dextera maxilla tua, Mt. L. 5, 39. Þæt wange wið þá ceócan ufan mandibula, Wrt. Voc. ii. 58, 3. On céce in maxillam, Lk. L. 6, 29. Ceácan mala, maxilla, Wrt. Voc. Ii. 56, 23, 24: i. 282, 58, 59. Ceócan malae, 64, 44. Ceácan mandibulas, An. Ox. 1206: 17, 36. Gif monnes ceácan mon forslihð, þ-bar; hié beóð forode, Ll. Th. i. 94, 14. Ceócan maxillas. Bl. Gl. Cécan, Ps. Srt. 31, 9. II. chaps, fauces, v. ceác-ádl :-- Smire þone sweoran mid; þ-bar; biþ strang sealf wiþ þára ceácna geswelle oððe ásmorunge, Lch. ii. 48, 11.

ceac ful; adj. Dele, and see ceác.

ceác-full (?) a jugful :-- Geseóð on þrím ceácfullum (ceácum fullum? .v. ceác; but cf. handful) wæteres, Lch. ii. 188, 24.

ceacga, an ; m. Broom, gorse (? v. D. D. chag; cf. Chagford in Devon) :-- On ceacgabróc, C. D. B. ii. 434, 38. On þone fearngáran . . . swá on ceacganseáð, C. D. v. 284, 17. Tó ceágganheale, 262, 8. On ceaggancum, iii. 411, 19.

ceaclum. v. ceafl.

ceaf. Add :-- Þú deáðes bearn, ðú ceaf écum ontendnyssum gegearcod, Hml. Th. i. 594, 6. Sé ðe getimbrað ofer ðám grundwealle treówa, oþþe streáw, oððe ceaf (ligna, foenum, stipulam) . . . Ðurh ðám streáwe and ðám ceafe sind getácnode leóhtlice synna, ii. 590, 9-14: 322, 19. Swelce wé nimen ðone clæ-acute;nan hwæ-acute;te, and weorpen ðæt ceaf onweg, Past. 369, 9. Ánim þ-bar; ceaf onweg paleam tolle, Gr. D. 276, 22. On ceafa in paleas, Scint. 57, 7. v. windwig-ceaf.

ceafer. Add :-- Ceber arpia, Txts. 43, 214. Cefer, cefr bruchus, 45, 326. Ceafer, Wrt. Voc. ii. 11, 46. Ic sænde ceferas an eów, Wlfst. 221, 7. ¶ in a local name ceafor-leáh, C. D. iii. 77, 26.

ceaf-finc, es; m. A chaffinch :-- Ceaffinc scutacis, Hpt. 33, 241, 50.

ceafl. Add :-- Þý fæ-acute;cnan ceafle strophoso rictu (carpere), Wrt. Voc. ii. 89, 66. Háwa hwæþer his ceaflas sín tóswollene, Lch. iii. 140, 8. Ceafla faucium, An. Ox. 3575. Græ-acute;digum ceaflum (faucibus), 838. Mid deórenum ceaflum ferinis rictibus, 3342: 1478. Ceaflum (ceaclum, Hpt. Gl. 454, 65) faucibus, i. labris, 2048: rostris, Wrt. Voc. ii. 88, 79. Ðá león mid græ-acute;digum ceaflum hí tótæ-acute;ron, Hml. Th. i. 572, 18. Hí clumiað mid ceaflum þæ-acute;r hí sceoldan clypian, Ll. Th. ii. 308, 20. Ceaflan (l. -as) mandibalas, An. Ox. 5015. Ceaflas rictus, 5017. Ic úp áhóf míne nyþeran cæflas &l-bar; mínre undertungan exaltavi sub lingua mea, Ps. L. 65, 17.

ceafl-ádl, e ; f. Disease of the jaws :-- Him becumað on missenlica ádla . . . sweorcoþu, ceafládl (cealf-, MS.), Lch. ii. 240, 20.

ceahhe, an; f. A daw :-- On ceahhan mere, C. D. iii. 48, 26. [Cf. O. L. Ger.monedula : O. H. Ger. káha cornicula.]

ceahhet(t)an. Substitute for the citation :-- Hié on þon swíðe blissedon and ceahhetton(-heton v. l.) turba multum exultans et cachinnans, Bd. 5, 12; Sch. 620, 14: and add :-- Cæh[hetende] cachinnantes, An. Ox. 5234. [Ceahhe]tendum cachinnanti, 4499.

ceahhet(t)ung. Substitute for first citation :-- Gehýrde ic mycel gehlýd and ceahhetunge (-ttung, ceahetunge, v. ll.) swá swá ungelæ-acute;rdes folces and bysmriendes genæftum heora feóndum audio cachinnum crepitantem quasi uulgi indocti captis hostibus insultantis, Bd. 5, 12; Sch. 620, 5: and add :-- Ceahhetung cachinnus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 127, 34. Ceachetunge, hospe cauillatione, i. uituperatione, An. Ox. 4500. Ic hí tó ceahhetungum bysmerlicum ástyrede I excited them to shameless shouts of laughter, Hml. S. 23 b, 375. Þá higeleáslican ceahhetunga ineffrenatos cachinnos, An. Ox. 3171. Forbeóde gé þá hæ-acute;ðenan sangas þæ-acute;ra læ-acute;wedra manna and heora hlúdan cheahchetunga, Ll. Th. ii. 358, 3. [O. H. Ger. chachazunga cachinnus.] v. cehhettung in Dict.

cealc. Add :-- Calc calculus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 102, 39. Cealc, 13, 6. Byð gefylled múð his mid cealce (calculo), Scint. 110, 14.

Cealea-ceaster. Add :-- Heó gewát tó þæ-acute;re ceastre þe in Englisc is háten Cealcaceaster (Kalca-, v. l.) secessit ad ciuitatem Calcariam, quae a gente Anglorum Kælcacaestir appellatur, Bd. 4, 23; Sch. 466, 15.

cealc-crundel, a chalk ravine :-- On cealccrundel, C. D. iii. 419, 17.

cealc-pytt, es; m. A chalkpit :-- On ðæne chelcpyt, C. D. iii. 24, 3.

cealc-seáþ, es; m. A chalkpit :-- Tó cealcseáðan; of cealcseáðan, C. D. iii. 82, 7. On ðá cealcseádas, v. 325, 15.