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CELC -- CEORCING 121

cellendre, Lch. ii. 82, 3-6. [v. N. E. D. keel. O. H. Ger. chuolen: Icel. kœla.] v. ge-célan.

celc. v. calic: céle. l. cele, and see cile.

celde, an; f. A spring (?) :-- Tó celdan, C. D. iii. 429, 13. In loco ubi nominatur Baccancelde, C. D. B. i. 402, 15. [Icel. kelda a spring.]

cele the beak of a ship :-- Neb vel scipes caeli (cæle, celae) rostrum, Txts. 93, 1748.

celendre. Add :-- Cellendre coleandrum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 105, 15: 15, 19: coantrum, i. 67, 21. [O. H. Ger. chullantar. From Latin.]

céling. Add :-- Þá mettas þe célunge and strangunge mægen hæbben, Lch. ii. 176, 16. Se þurstiga gewilnað wæteres célincge, Hml. S. 8, 25. Eówre gléda náne hæ-acute;tan ne gedóð, ac swíðor célinge, Hml. Th. i. 430, 13. Wé férdon þurh fýr and þú ús læ-acute;ddest on célincge (kélinge, Ps. L. 65, 12) in refrigerium, Hml. S. 4, 340.

celle. v. cyll.

cél-nes. Dele cól-nes, and add :-- Hé wæs eall biernende, and ðeáh ðá tungan suíðust mæ-acute;nde, and him ðæ-acute;re kélnesse bæd totus ardens refrigerari se praecipue in lingua requirebat, Past. 309, 11. Coelnisse refrigerium, Ps. Srt. 65, 12: Rtl. 36, 17. Célnessa refrigeria, Lch. i. lxxiii, 8.

célod. l. celod, and substitute: Having a boss or beak (? cf. cele, and see Worsaae's Primeval Antiquities, p. 52, for such a 'beak').

cemban. Add: (1) to comb hair :-- Genim þone camb þe heó ána hyre heáfod mid cemde (cæmde, v. l.), and næ-acute;nig man æ-acute;r mid cemde ne æfter cembe. Under ðám treówe cembe hyre feax ... þ-bar; bið læ-acute;cedóm þæ-acute;re ðe hyre heáfod þæ-acute;r cembeþ (cæmbeð, v. l.), Lch. i. 332, 11-18. Stríc þú mid þínum fingrum on þín feax nyþerwearad, swilce þú cembe þé, Tech. ii. 127, 5. Hý sculan hiora heáfod cemban, Lch. ii. 30, 31. (2) to comb wool, &c. :-- Be cemdan wearpe de stuppe stamineo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 26, 62. [v. N. E. D. kemb. O. H. Ger. chempen pectere: Icel. kemba.] v. ge-cemban.

cemes. Substitute: A shirt :-- Ham, cemes camisa, Wrt. Voc. ii. 13, 23. Bútan his kemese and eác gelómlíce bútan his tunecan hé eft cyrde sine linea, crebro etiam sine tunica revertebatur, Gr. D. 68, 6. [From Latin.]

cempa. Add :-- Cempa agonista, An. Ox. 4, 4: tyro, Wrt. Voc. i. 289, 14. Heánra cempa miles ordinarius, ii. 59, 14. Kempa miles, Coll. M. 31, 37. Sé wæs cáseres cæmpa under Paulino on Rauenna, Shrn. 76, 2. Cempan agonitheta, An. Ox. 1334. Caempan, cempan gladiatores, Txts. 66, 481. Cempan manipulares, Wrt. Voc. ii. 86, 38: 56, 76: tirones, 88, 63. Wæ-acute;penboran, cempan pugiles .i. gladiatores, An. Ox. 751. Cemp[ena] luctatorum, 4735 (cf., 11, 188). Cempena anthletarum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 74, 62. Cempum tirunculis, An. Ox. 719. Bebeád sum hæ-acute;þen ealdormon his cæmpum (cf. hét his þegnas jussit milites, Bd. Sch. 20, 19) ... Albanus eóde ongeán þæ-acute;m cæmpan, Shrn. 93, 29-32. Ne forseah Críst his geongan cempan (the Innocents), Hml. Th. i. 82, 33. Seleucus hæfde ealle þá æðelestan men Alexandres heres ..., and Cassander þá cempan mid Chaldéum summa castrorum Seleuco cessit; stipatoribus regis satellitibusque Cassander praeficitur, Ors. 3, 11; S. 144, 2. [v. N. E. D. kemp. O. Frs. campa, cempa: O. L. Ger. kempio: O. H. Ger. chemph(i)o: Icel. kappi.] v. andlang-, efen-, in-, ræ-acute;de-, weorold-cempa.

cempestre, an; f. A female soldier :-- Cempestran tyrunculae, An. Ox. 3992.

cend-lic. v. cyn-lic.

céne. Add :-- Kéne belliger, An. Ox. 26, 42. Swíþe yfel mon ealra þeáwa, búton þ-bar; hé wæs céne and oft feaht ánwíg, Ors. 6, 14; S. 268, 27. Sum céne heretoga mid ormæ-acute;tre fyrde, Hml. S. 25, 431. Se céna Iudas, 424. Cwæð Moyses tó þám cénan Iosue, 13, 6. Hé ðrowode mid cénum móde tintregu, Hml. Th. i. 436, 1. Mid cénum geleáfan, Hml. S. 5, 53: 29, 133: Hml. A. 114, 415. Hí wurdon swá gehyrte and swá céne, Hml. Th. i. 232, 29. Ne beóð ongeán hine hundas céne, Lch. i. 372, 5. Tigras and leopardos, þ-bar; syndan þá kénestan deór, Nar. 38, 4.

céne; adv. In warlike wise :-- Céne belliter, Wrt. Voc. ii. 125, 38.

cenep, es; m. I. a bit of a bridle :-- Cenepum lupatis (cf. the gloss of the same passage in An. Ox. 12 :-- Lupatis, frenis, mídlum), Wrt. Voc. ii. 75, 4. II. a moustache :-- Cambas cenepes cristas cerebri, Germ. 401, 117. Leófgár werede his kenepas on his preóstháde, Chr. 1056; P. 186, 25 (v. note ii. 246). For the two meanings cf. (?) Germ. knebel, knebelbart. v. N. E. D. camp, kemp. O. Frs. kenep: Icel. kanpr.]

cen-lic. v. cyn-lic.

cénlíce. Add :-- Cénlíce (kén-, v. l.) feohtan, Hml. S. 16, 379: 26, 14. Cénlíce sweltan for ðæ-acute;re hálgan æ-acute;, 25, 102.

cennan. Add: I. (1) to beget, &c., children :-- On sáre þú cennest (cynnest, v. l.) bearn in dolore paries, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 79, 6. Þonne þá wíf heora bearn cendon. Ors. 1, 10; S. 46, 10. Cenne hé ðæt bearn ðám gefarenan bréðer ad nomen fratris filios gignat, Past. 43, 14. Þæt cennende (cynn-, v. l.) wíf enixam mulierem, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 79, 8. Wið þ-bar; cennende him, Lch. ii. 328, 22. Þá cennendan leomu genitalia, Gr. D. 26, 27: Wrt. Voc. i. 65, 27. (2) of plants, to produce :-- Of þám treówum balzamum bið kenned (nascitur), Nar. 36, 32. (3) to produce, cause :-- Cynð wam generat maculam, Kent. Gl. 291. II. to declare, &c. :-- Þá cende hé tém, Cht. Th. 206, 27. Se abbot cænde þ-bar; Cnut cing gelógode, 349, 14. Æ-acute;lc be him sylfum cennan sceolde ... Gehwilce æ-acute;nlípige on heora burgum be him sylfum cendon, Hml. Th. i. 34, 2-5. Ælc man sceolde cennan his gebyrde and his áre, 30, 4. v. un-cenned.

cennend, es; m. A parent :-- Eádge wæ-acute;ron þá æþelan cennend Sancte Jóhannes, Bl. H. 161, 32. Be þæ-acute;ra cennendra gefyrhtum, 163, 26. On þæ-acute;m cennendum, 16. v. word-cennend.

cennend-lic. Add :-- Þá cennendlican genitalia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 41, 24. Of his cennendlicum limum. Gr. D. 26, 27.

cen-ness, e; f. I. child-birth :-- þ-bar; sár þæ-acute;re cennesse, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 78, 24. II. nativity, birthday :-- Dæg cennisse die natalis, Mt. L. 14, 6. Cennisse his natalis sui, Mk. L. 6, 21. v. á-, symbel-cenness.

cennestre. Add :-- Eálá ðú eádige Godes cennestre, symle mæ-acute;den Maria, Hml. Th. i. 546, 8. Cynnestre, 354, 20. Seó wæs cennnystre úres Drihtnes Hæ-acute;lendes Crístes, Hml. A. 117, 5. Þæ-acute;re hálgan Godes cennestran anlícnys, Hml. S. 23 b, 430. Seó cyrice is háli þæ-acute;re eádigan Godes cennestran, Gr. D. 88, 4. Þæt eádige mæ-acute;den his cennestran, Hml. Th. i. 438, 18.

cennicge. v. á-, bearn-, ge-, sunu-cennicge.

cenning. Add :-- Cynnincg nativitas, Hpt. Gl. 442, 57. Cennung concretio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 136, 25. Mid wæstembæ-acute;re cynnincge fetosa concretione ... cennunge concretione, creatione, Hpt. Gl. 411, 56, 60. Cynninge (cennincge, An. Ox. 1764) matrice, 448, 4. Bið ðæt sæ-acute;d unnyt ágoten, næs tó nánre kenninge ðæs cynrenes, ac tó unclæ-acute;nnesse non ad usum generis, sed ad immunditiam semen effundit, Past. 97, 10. Seó gelaðung on gástlicere cenninge ácenð bearnteám, Hml. A. 30, 160. Mæ-acute;den heó wæs beforan ðæ-acute;re cenninge, and mæ-acute;den on ðæ-acute;re cenninge, and mæ-acute;den æfter ðæ-acute;re cenninge. Ne bið nán mægðhád forloren on cenninge, ac bið forloren on hæ-acute;mede, Hml. Th. ii. 10, 2-5: i. 194, 10. Ðurh þíne clæ-acute;nan cenninge, 546, 12.

cenning-stán. v. cynning-stán.

cenning-stów, e; f. A birth-place :-- Hé befrán hwæ-acute;r Crístes cenningstów wæ-acute;re sciscitabatur ubi Christus nasceretur, Hml. Th. i. 78, 11. Hí his cenningstówe geáxodon, 80, 24.

Cent; f. (not n.). Add :-- Is on eásteweardre Cent mícel ígland est ad orientalem Cantiae plagam insula non modica, Bd. 1, 25; Sch. 51, 21. Se here oferhergeade alle Cent eástewearde, Chr. 865; P. 68, 11.

centaur, es; m. A centaur :-- Þæs centaures centauri, Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 47: 19, 48.

Centingas. Substitute :-- Hi heafdon ofergán ... ealle Centingas, Chr. 1011; P. 141, 16. Hé gespeón ealle Centingas (Kentingas, v. l.), 1052; P. 179, 17. v. Eást-, West-Centingas.

Cent-land. Add :-- Hé wið þá Brettas gefeaht, and gefliémed wearð on þæ-acute;m londe þe mon hæ-acute;t Centlond. Raþe þæs hé gefeaht wiþ þá Brettas on Centlonde, and hié wurdon gefliémede, Ors. 5, 12; S. 238, 19-21.

Cent-ríce. Add :-- Æðelbyrht cyning on Centríce (in Cantia), Bd. i. 25; Sch. 51, 15.

centur, es; m. A centurion :-- Tó cuóm tó him ðe centur, þ-bar; is hundraðes monna hláferd accessit ad eum centurio, Mt. L. 8, 5 (cf. ðe centurion, Mk. R. 15, 44). Ðæs centures centurionis, Mt. p. 15, 13.

ceó; gen. ceón (not indecl.). Add :-- Chýae (cýhae?) cíae cornicula, Txts. 50, 240. Ció, Wrt. Voc. ii. 16, 20. Cyó, i. 62, 30. Tiope (ciohe?) cornicula, Hpt. 33, 241, 67.

ceód? ceóde? a bag :-- Ceódas (seódas? cf. siódas marsupia, 84, 37: seódas, 92, 65: 55, 9) marsuppia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 113, 56. Man sceal habban cýsfæt, ceódan, wilian, windlas, Angl. ix. 264, 12. [Cf. (?) kiot bursa, Grff. iv. 366.]

ceól. Dele 'The keel of a skip', and add :-- Ceól celox, species navis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 130, 61: 103, 60: 14, 19: ciula, 131, 42: liburna, An. Ox. 28. In Gr. D. 248, 27, for ceólum read (?) þeolum.

ceola. Dele, and see ceole: ceolas. v. cile: ceolbor-lamb. v. cilfor-lamb.

ceoldre, an; f. A milk-pail :-- Ceoldre muluctra, Wrt. Voc. ii. 114, 32.

ceole. Add: I. a throat :-- Gif ðé þynce ðæt ðú tó wræ-acute;ne sý, wít ðaét ðínre ceolan for ðám unnyttum lustum, Prov. K. 54. Ceolan gurgustio (cf. gurgustio ceolor (omitted after Wrt. Voc. i. 43, 34; v. Angl. viii. 451), Wrt. Voc. ii. 75, 49. II. a channel, gorge (?) :-- On ciolan weg ... on ceolan ford, C. D. iii. 213, 2, 5. Tó ceolan heáfdan; of ceolon heáfdon, 462, 21. Ceolan hyrst, ii. 216, 5.

ceoler (-or). Dele: '; gen. ceolre ... or,' and add :-- Ceolor gurgustio. (v. preceding word.) Chelor gurgustium, Txts. 112, 52. [O. L. Ger. kelor gurgustium (Gall. 464): O. H. Ger. celur. Grff. iv. 385. v. Job, c. 40. v. 26.] Cf. ceosol.

ceól-þelu f. Add: -þel (?); n. cf. wæ-acute;g-þel.

ceorcing, e; f. Complaining :-- Ceorcincg (ceorung ?) questio, Germ. 398, 208.