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120 CEARM -- CÉLAN

cearm, es; m. Clamour, noise :-- Se forhta cearm (cyrm, v. l.) and þæ-acute;ra folca wóp, Wlfst, 186, 18. [v. N. E. D. charm.] v. cirm.

cearricge a vehicle (?) :-- Cearricgge, cearruccae, cearricae senon (cf.? seno vel tilia lind, Wrt. Voc. i. 32, 46), Txts. 97, 1849. [From Low Lat. carrigium, carruca, carriga ?: cf. O. H. Ger. karruh carruca.]

ceart, cert, chart, 'a rough common overrun with gorse, broom, bracken, &c.,' D. D. :-- Haec sunt terrae ... Selebertes ceart, C. D. v. 62, 16. Silua quae dicitur cært, i. 261, 4. Cert, 273, 3. Cymeringes cert, 4.

cearung. Dele, and see ceorung: cear-wund. v. scear-wund.

ceás, e; f. Add: I. strife, quarrel, contention :-- Dyslic bið mannes ceás ongeán Godes gódnysse, Hml. Th. ii. 89, 26, Ðá wróhtgeornan ðe ceáse wyrceað (cf. ða ðe wróhte sáwað, 357, 14) seminantes jurgia, Past. 177, 11. Cæ-acute;sa insectationes, rixas, An. Ox. 4, 54. II. reproof, chiding, rebuke :-- Dauið anféng eáðmódlíce his ágnes ðegnes ceáse (correptionem), Past. 145, 19. 'Ðonne ic him cídde, ðonne oncúdon hié mé.' Hié oncúðon hiene for ðæ-acute;re ceáse, 355, 16. For úre ceáse ex nostra increpatione, 23. [O. Frs. káse. Lat. causa.] v. or-, unbe-ceás; adj.; ceást.

ceásan. Dele: ceásness. Substitute: v. or-ceásness.

ceást, e; f. Add; I. strife, &c. :-- Cést lis, Hpt. Gl. 495, 32. Mid ceáste andswarian cum jurgio respondere, Gr. D. 64, 33. Ðá ðing þe heó nú tó sibbe talað, beóð hire ðonne tó ceáste áwende, Hml. Th. i. 408, 26. Hé forlét his gingran tógeánes þæ-acute;re ceáste he left his subordinate to meet the tumult, Hml, S. 7, 212. Þa ðe þá ceáste macedon, 222. Þá micclan ceáste ácuman, 243. Ceáste contentionem, R. Ben. I. 22, 6: Hml. Th. i. 604, 35. Ceáste (á)styrian, ii. 420, 33: 338, 11. Ceásta litium, Hy. S. 10, 29: sectarum, Scint. 134, 15. Ceásta lites, 12. II. reproof :-- Hogode hé hyra wácmódnysse tó þreágenne mid ungemettlicre ceáste (increpatione), Gr. D. 145, 18. Gefylledre þæ-acute;re cæ-acute;ste (ceáste, v. l.) qua increpatione completa, 160, 7. [v. N. E. D. chest. O. L. Ger. caest c(l)asma.] v. lotwrenc-, un-ceást; ceás.

ceastel. v. stán-ceastel.

ceaster. Dele passage from Chron. under I. and add: I. used as a general term, or applied to foreign towns. [For the use of burh, ceaster respectively cf. the translation of Orosius, in which burh is always used in speaking of Jerusalem, Sodom, Gomorrah and Babylon (and of other towns), with the passages from the poetry in which ceaster is used of the same.] :-- Cester arx, civitas, Hpt. Gl. 530, 2. Hierusalem ys mæ-acute;res cyninges ceaster (cester, v. l., cæstra, R., burug, L. civitas), Mt. 5, 35. Hierusalem, ðú wæ-acute;re swá swá cýmlic ceaster (cester, Ps. Srt.) getimbred, Ps. Th. 121, 3. Sió ceaster (Mermedonia), An. 207. Ceastre weardas, El. 384. Hé ceastre weall, Babilone burh, geseah, Dan. 600. Cempan in ceastre (Jerusalem), 707. Hwæ-acute;r cýpst þú fixas þíne? On ceastre (civilate), Coll. M. 23, 23. In Antiochia þæ-acute;re ceastre (Antiochia ceastre, v. l.), Chr. 35; P. 6, 16. Of Caldéa ceastre, Gen. 2200. In þæ-acute;re ceastre Commedia, Jul. 21. Hé getimbrode ceastre (civitatem), Gen. 4, 17. Ic wát heáhburg, lytle ceastre, Gen. 2518. Sodoma ceastre (cf. Sodoman burg, 2402), 2425. Wæs hé tó þæ-acute;re mæ-acute;ran byrig cumen in þá ceastre, An. 41. Hæleð tó Hierusalem cwómon in þá ceastre, El. 274. Nineuen ceastre, Sal. 188. On ceastre weallum beworhte in civitatem munitam, Ps. Th. 59, 8. Ðá fæstan ceastre munitum castrum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 58, 38. Ceaster timbran, Gen. 1057. Ceastra beóð feorran gesýne, orþanc enta geweorc, Gn. C. 1. Cýmast ceastra, Ps. Th. 86, 2. On ceastrum (Sodom and Gomorrah), Gen. 2507: 2546. Of ceastrum and cynestólum and of burgsalum, Pa. 49. ¶ with weak inflection :-- Ceastran civitatis, An. Ox. 818, I a. used of heaven :-- Þú, Dryhten God, wunast on þæ-acute;re upplican ceastre, Hy. 8, 19. Cestre, Sat. 258: 657. Godes ealdorburg gesécan, rodera ceastre, Rä. 60, 16. Wunian cestre and cynestól, Sat. 298. I b. of hell :-- Hé byrnwígend tó þám burggeatum læ-acute;dan ne wolde; ac þá locu feollon, clústor of þám ceastrum (at the harrowing of hell), Hö. 40. II. used of places in England [in place-names gen. -ceastres and -ceastre occur, and the acc. -ceaster seems more frequent than -ceastre] :-- Aldwulf, Hrófescæstre (Rófeceastre, v. l.) biscop, Chr. 731; Th. i. 77, 5. On ánre wéstre ceastre, seó is Legaceaster geháten, 894; P. 88, 6. On ðæ-acute;re ealdan byrig, Acemannes ceastre, 973; P. 118, 7. Hié ábræ-acute;con Wintanceastre, 894; P. 68, 3. Oþ ceaster (-ceastre, v. l.), 877; P. 74, 18: 876; P. 74, 11. Hié ymbsæ-acute;ton Andredescester, 491; P. 14, 15. Justo hé sealde Hrófesceaster, seó is .xxiiii. míla from Dorwitceastre, 604; P. 23, 3. Hié genámon .iii. ceastra, Gleáwanceaster and Cirenceaster and Baþanceaster, 577; P. 18, 32 v. neáh-ceaster.

ceaster-æsc. Add :-- Ceasteræsc eliforus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 32, 30.

ceaster-geat ? :-- Ðis is ðæs wuda gemæ-acute;re ... ðæt is, æ-acute;rest æt ceastergeate tó ceasterwege; ondlong ceasterweges tó middelwege; of middelwege eft tó ceastergeate; of ðæ-acute;m geate tó longan leáge, C. D. iii. 260, 4-7.

ceaster-gewara, an; m. A citizen :-- Ceastergewara (cestergewaru, v. l.) oððe portman avis, Ælf. Gr. Z. 318, 7. Þes and þeós ceastergewara hic et haec civis, 53, 12. Ceastergewara (-geware, -gewaran, v. ll.) civis, 11, 16. Cæstergewara concivis, Hy. S. 55, 31. Cæstergewaran rodorlice cives aetherei, 57, 4. Hé cóm tó þæ-acute;re byrig ... ðá ceastergewaran wundrodon, Hml. S. 24, 131: Shrn. 98, 33: 151, 34. Wé syndon þýne ceastergewaran, Ap. Th. 20, 1. Gé Tharsysce ceastergewaran, 26, 2. Godes ceastergewaran. Hml. Th. i. 38, 34. Ðá Rómániscan ceastregewaran, 370, 30. Ðæ-acute;ra heofenlicra ceastergewarena, 348, 33. Ceastriwarena, An. Ox. 329: 703. Se cyngc hine sylfne ætýwde his ceastergewarum, Ap. Th. 3, 3. Sleán þá ceastergewaran, Hml. S. 13, 254: 22, 167. Cf. ceaster-wara.

ceaster-geware(-a); pl. Citizens :-- Ealle cæstergewara heofonlice omnes cives celici, Hy. S. 118, 27. Cæstergewara blissigendra civium gaudentium, 56, 1: 103, 25. Ceastregewara, Hpt. Gl. 452, 39. Ceast(re)gewara, 414, 7. v. ceaster-ware, and preceding word.

ceaster-gewaru, e; f. The inhabitants of a city, citizens :-- Castergewaru cives, Hy. S. 105, 1. Seó ceastergewaru wundrode, Ap. Th. 26, 18. v. ceaster-waru.

ceaster-herpaþ a high road (?) :-- Andlang furh on ceasterherpað, C. D. v. 217, 1.

ceasternisc; adj. ? :-- .ii. blace ræ-acute;gl cæsternisce, and vi. uuáhryft, Cht. Th. 244, 13.

ceaster-sæ-acute;tan, -sæ-acute;te; pl. Towns-folk :-- Ceastersétna preóst, Cht. Th. 140, 19: 142, 1.

ceaster-wara, an; m. A citizen :-- Se cyning wæs ceasterwara (cester-, v. l. ciuis) gefremed þæs écan ríces, Bd. 3, 22; Sch. 293, 2. Þá earman ceasterwaran miseri ciues, 1, 12; Sch. 35, 12. Þá eádigan ceasterwaran (þæ-acute;re eádigan ceastre weras, v. l.), Wlfst. 265, 11. Hé cwaeð tó ðám ceasterwarum: 'Gé Tharsysce ceasterwaran,' Ap. Th. 9, 23: 12, 19. v. efen-, ge-ceaster-wara; ceaster-gewara.

ceaster-ware. Add :-- Ceasterware civis, Wrt. Voc. i. 34, 33. Eal seó burh wæs onstyred, and þá ceasterware cégdon, Bl. H. 71, 13. Þæ-acute;re burge ceasterware (cives urbis illius) gecyrdon, Gr. D. 198, 15. Þæs éþles ceasterware wæ-acute;ron englas, 260, 20. Þá ceasterwara (-e, v. l.) þæ-acute;re burge, 210, 12. Hwá bigþ fixas þíne? Ceasterwara cives, Coll. M. 23, 27. Seó cwén þara úplicra cesterwara, Mart. H. 146, 23. v. ceaster-geware.

ceaster-waru. Add :-- Micele lufe hæfde eal seó ceasterwara tó him, Ap. Th. 6, 11. Þeós ceasterwaru on heáfe wunað, 23. Mínre ceasterwaru nis nán hæ-acute;lo hiht, 9, 10. v. ceaster-gewaru.

ceaster-weall, es; m. A city-wall :-- Sé wæs in þæ-acute;re ceastre Augustodonensi ... clypode his módor of þám cesterwealle, Shrn. 119, 26.

ceaster-weg ? v. ceaster-geat.

ceastar-wíc, e; f. A village :-- Gangaþ on þás ceasterwíc (castellum, Mt. 21, 2) þe inc ongeán standeþ, Bl. H. 69, 35.

ceaster-wyrhta. For Cot. 156 substitute: Wrt. Voc. ii. 68, 27, 69: 69, 24.

ceaster-wyrt. For Lch. ii. 375, 24 substitute: Ceasterwyrte sæ-acute;d, Lch. ii. 102, 21.

ceást-full contentious, quarrelsome :-- Ne beó ðú tó ceástful; of irsunge wyxt seófung, Prov. K. 23. Gálful þing wín, and ceástfull (tumultuosa) druncennyss, Scint. 105, 5.

ceat. Dele, and see sceatt: ceaum. v. ceace: ceber. v. ceafer: céc. v. ceác: céce. v. ceáce.

cecil a cooking-pot (?) :-- Cecil suffocacium, Wrt. Voc. ii. 121, 68. [Cf. O. H. Ger. chahhala cacabus.]

cécil a cake :-- Coecil tortum, Txts. 100, 993. [v. N. E. D. kechel.]

cecin(?) a board :-- Cecin tabetum, Wrt. Voc. i. 289, 51.

ced a boat. l. ceól. v. An. Ox. 58.

ceddran ? :-- Ic hopige þ-bar; cherubin se mæ-acute;ra wylle ... mid his gyldenan tange þæ-acute;re glédan spearcan tó mínre tungan gebringan, and þæs dumbes múðes ceddran æthrínan (the passage seems based on Is. 6. 6, 7: Unus de seraphim, et in manu ejus calculus, quem forcipe tulerat, ... et tetigit os meum, et dixit: Ecce tetigit hoc labia tua), Angl. viii. 325, 32.

cedelc. Add :-- Cedelc merculialis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 59, 44: mercurialis, i. 67, 59. [v. N. E. D. kedlock.]

ceder; f. n. Add :-- Cedara cedri, Bl. Gl.

ceder-beám; m. Add :-- Fram ðám heágan cederbeáme, ... tó dæ-acute;re lytlan ysopan, Hml. Th. ii. 578, 5. Ceodorbeámas cedros, Ps. L. 28, 5.

ceder-treów. Add :-- Neorxnawanges cedertreów, Gr. D. 191, 7. Cedertrýwes twyg, Angl. viii. 332, 37. Cedortreówu ... þá myclan cedertreówu cedros ... cedros Libani, Ps. Th. 28, 5.

cedrisc; adj. Of cedar :-- Cedrisc caedrus, Rtl. 65, 31.

cefer. v. ceafer: cefes. v. cifes.

ceir (cér, cír ?) a cry, clamour :-- Irra and ceir ira et clamor, Rtl. 12, 35. Ceir mín tó dé cyme. Of grundum ic geceigde clamor meus ad te veniat. De profundis clamavi, 183, 10-15: 170, 27: 171, 21: 174, 23. Cf. cígan (ceigan).

célan. Add: v. trans. To make cool, slake thirst :-- Se úplica sæ-acute; céleð ðæ-acute;ra tungla hæ-acute;to, Shrn. 63, 7. Wæter célde þá ísena, Hml. S. 36, 392. Wolde ic mínne þurst célan, Nar. 8, 28. Seó ádl mid cealdum þingum biþ tó célanne ... scealt þú æ-acute;rest þá hæ-acute;to célan mid