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124 CILD-HAMA--CÍP-STRÆ-acute;T

76, 14. Sé þurh his cildhádes nytennysse þis ríce tóstencte, Lch. iii. 434, 26. Seó forme wæcce is on cildháde, Hml. A. 52, 67. v. cild-geogoþ.

cild-hama. Add:--Cildhama folliculus, Wrt. Voc. i. 44, 40: secundae, 41. Cwið vel cildhama matrix, 45, 23. Cildhaman matrice, An. Ox. 1764: matruncice, i. puerperio, 1245.

cild-ildu(-o); indecl. ; -ild, e; f. Childhood, infancy:--Lengtentíma ys wæ-acute;t and wearm, þ-bar; lyft ys wæ-acute;t and wearm. Cildyld byð wæ-acute;t and wearm, and hyra blód byð wæ-acute;t and wearm, Angl. viii. 299, 28. v. cild-geogoþ.

cildiung-wíf. Dele, and see cild-geong.

cild-lic. Add:--Cildlic juvenilis, Hy. S. 70, 13: primaevus, An. Ox. 56, 115. Cildlic on geárum and ealdlic on móde, Hml. S. 7, 9. Se cildlica heáp wolde þæs ánes cildes dreórignysse gefréfrian, Hml. Th. ii. 134, 18.

cildsung, e; f. Puerility, trifling:--Ne geríseð æ-acute;nig unnytt æ-acute;fre mid bisceopum, ne doll ne dysig ne cildsung on spæ-acute;ce, Ll. Th. ii. 314, 31.

cild-trog, es; m. A cradle:--Ciltrog cune, Txts. 115, 154.

cíle. l. cile, and add:--Ciele frigus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 36, 64. Cele frigor, 150, 82. Cæle frigus, i. 291, 10. Se cyle wiþ þá hæ-acute;to, Bt. 33, 4; F. 128, 33. Sió hæ-acute;te þæs súðdæ-acute;les, se cyle þæs norðdæ-acute;les, Ors. 1, 1; Swt. 24, 28. For ciele (cele, v. l.) nete se sláwa erian . . . for ðæ-acute;m ege ðæs cieles (ciles, v. l.), Past. 285, 5, 10. On cele in frigore, Wrt. Voc. ii. 48, 9. Cyle algore, Wülck. Gl. 254, 42. Sum for hæ-acute;to, sum for cyle, Bt. 18, 1; F. 62, 11. For ungemetlicum cyle, 33, 4; F. 130, 34: Lch. ii. 56, 17: Hml. S. 31, 60. On middeweardan cyle ungeleáffulnysse, Hml. Th. i. 84, 14. Ðone cele ungetreównesse, Past. 447, 6. Fugelas and fixas þurh þone micelan cyle forwurdan, Chr. 1046; P. 164, 36. Þec hergen byrnende fýr and beorht sumor, wearme wederdagas . . . And þec ceolas weorðian, forst and snáw, winterbiter wedcr, Az. 103. v. céle, cýle (l. cele, cyle) in Dict. and at cýle dele foreign forms in bracket.

cile-gicel. v. cýle-gicel (l. cyle-).

cile-wearte, an; f. Goose-skin:--Celewearte oripilatio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 115, 63. Cylewearte, 63, 50.

cilfor-lamb. Add:--Ceolborlomb enixa, i. genuit agnam, Wrt. Voc. ii. 107, 27. Cilforlamb oððe ácennende wæs enixa est, 29, 36.

cílian. l. cilian, and v. for-cilled: cillinesc. v. cyllenisc.

cille, an; f. A vessel for use with fire, a pan; a lamp:--Cellae lancola, Corp. Gl. H. 6, 197. Citel cacabum, hwer lebes, cille lancona, Wrt. Voc. i. 288, 35-37. Cylle lancona, ii. 52, 3. Cylle, brond calbrum, 127, 70. Stód se leóma him of swylce fýren cylle ongeán norðdæ-acute;l portabant facem ignis contra Aquilonem, Bd. 5, 23; Sch. 687, 22. Man sceal habban . . . leóhtfæt, blácern, cyllan, sápbox, Angl. ix. 264, 22. Gefyllde hé mid wætere ealle þæ-acute;re cyrcean ciellan (cillan, cyllan, v. ll., lampades; cf. leóhtfatu, 43, 18), Gr. D. 44, 14. [O. H. Ger. kella trulla; fiur-kella receptaculum ignis; rouh-kella thuribulum.] v. cyll.

Ciltern. Dele bracket, and add:--Innon Buccingahámscíre be Cilternes efese, Hrysebyrgan, C. D. iv. 232, 32. Cf. Hrisebeorgan margine luci Cilterni, iii. 347, 12.

Ciltern-sæ-acute;te (-an); pl. The occupants of the Chiltern district:--Cilternsæ-acute;tna landes is feówer þúsend hýda and án hund hýda, C. D. B. i. 414, 25.

cim, cim-stánas. v. cimb-stán.

cimbala (cym-). Add:--On cimbalum in cymbalis, Ps. Spl. L. 150, 5. Cymbalan, cimbalan, Ps. Srt. 150, 5. Hé slóh cymbalan (cim&dash-uncertain;balan, v. l.) percussit cymbala, Gr. D. 62, 16, 23.

cimbal-glíwere, es; m. A cimbal-player:--Hú Bonefatius foresæ-acute;de tó sweltenne þone cimbalglíwere, Gr. D. 61, 20.

cimbing. Add:--Cimbing commisura, Wrt. Voc. ii. 105, 1. Gefég, cimbing commisura, s. Dicitur tabularum conjunctio, 132, 10. v. cimbstán.

cimb-íren, es; n. A joining-iron(?), a clamp(?):--Hé sceal habban . . . cimbíren, tigehóc, Angl. ix. 263, 2. [v. N. E. D. chime, chimb.] v. preceding word.

cimb-stán, es; m. A stone into which a pillar is fitted (?), a base, pedestal:--Sweras gyldene ofer cimstánas (bases) sylfrene, Scint. 226, 2.

cin, cinn, es; n. (not f.). Add:--Cin mentum, Wrt. Voc. i. 43, 40. Cinn, ii. 56, 25. Cinne mento, Lch. i. lxx, 5. Læ-acute;des mannes tácen is þæt þú þé mid ealre hande be þínum cynne nime swilce þú þé be bearde niman wille, Tech. ii. 129, 17. Cinn menta, An. Ox. 46, 4.

cínan. Add:--Gif men cíne hwilc lim, Lch. ii. 148, 22. Cínendi (-aendi) hiulca, Txts. 67, 1020. Cinende, Wrt. Voc. ii. 42, 44. Dehiscens, i. aperiens, inhians, patefaciens, scindens vel cínende, 139, 80. [v. N. E. D. chine. O. Sax. kínan to germinate: O. H. Ger. kínan dehiscere, patescere, pullulare, promere. Cf. Goth. keinan (wk.) germinare.]

cin-bán. Add: jaw-bone, jaw:--Án geswel weóx on hire swuran under þám cinbáne (cynn-, v. l.) (sub maxilla, Bd. 4, 19), Hml. S. 20, 52. Cinbán maxillae, Wrt. Voc. i. 64, 45: mandibulas, ii. 77, 42: 86, 76: 56, 26: Hpt. Gl. 520, 73. Þæ-acute;ra cinbán þú scealt mid brídle tó þé geteón in freno maxillas eorum constringe, Ps. Th. 31, 11. [O. H. Ger. kinni-bein mentum, mandibula.]

cincing. Add: [v. N. E. D. chink, kink, kench.] Cf. canc.

cine, es; m. Substitute: A folded sheet of parchment:--Cine quaternio (quaternio chartae invicem compactae, Migne), Ælfc. Gr. Z. 35, 3. Cine quaternio, bod on cine diploma, Wrt. Voc. i. 46, 65, 67. Cine quaternio, boga diploma, 75, 10, 12.

cíne. l. cine (-u), take here passage in Dict. under cínu, and add: I. a chink, crack:--Cinena rimarum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 5. Cinum rimis, An. Ox. 26, 11. Geoniendum þám cinum se sæ-acute; eóde inn rimis patentibus intravit mare, Gr. D. 248, 27. Cinan rimas, Germ. 399, 307. Þurh þá cinan (cynan, v. l.) þæ-acute;re dura per rimas ostiorum, Bd. 4, 7; Sch. 388, 4. II. a chasm, cavern:--Cinan crypte, Wrt. Voc. ii. 23, 61. Cinum cavernis, Germ. 399, 272. II a. fig. a deep subject (?):--Ic warnige þæne þe þás cinan þengð tó áspyrianne, þ-bar; hé gelóme sceáwige þás seofon ræ-acute;dinga, Angl. viii. 333, 8. [v. N. E. D. chine. O. L. Ger. (Gall.) kina.] v. ciniht.

cine-lic. v. cyn-lic: cinecti. v. ciniht: cine-wáþen. v. cyne-wáden.

ciniht; adj. Full of cracks:--Cionecti rimosa, Wrt. Voc. ii. 119, 16.

cín-líc. Dele.

cin-tóþ. For 'Prov. 30, Lye' substitute:--Of his cintóþum molaribus suis, Kent. Gl. 1084. [O. H. Ger. kinni-zand.]

cípa, an; m. A merchant, trader:--Cýpa mercator, Germ. 389, 43. Se láreów bið culfran cýpa, Hml. Th. i. 412, 10. Édríc se cípa, Cht. Th. 637, 38. Cýpan institoris, Kent. Gl. 1136. Gif þiéfefioh mon æt ciépan befó, Ll. Th. i. 118, 13. v. cépa, cýpa, I in Dict.

cipe. l. cípe, and add:--Cípae, cípe caepa, Txts. 52, 448. Cípe scolonia, 95, 1791: Wrt. Voc. i. 69, 6: ascolonia, 67, 7. Cípa ascolonium, 286, 7: ii. 8, 46. [From Latin.] v. ciepe (l. ciépe) in Dict.

cípe for sale. v. ge-, un- cípe (-cýpe): cípe-cniht. v. cépe-, cýpe-cniht in Dict., and ceáp-cniht.

cípe-dæg, es; m. A market-day:--Cýpedaga nundinarum, An. Ox. 7, 1867: 8, 144. v. ceáp-dæg.

cípe-hús. v. cæ-acute;pe-hús in Dict.: cipe-leac. l. cípe-leác, and for Cot. 55 l. Wrt. Voc. ii. 23, 4.

cípe-mann (cíp-), es; m. A merchant, trader:--Cípemann institor, Wrt. Voc. ii. 48, 28. Ciépeman agapa (cf. agapo, qui negotia aliena anteambulant, Corp. Gl. H. 14, 383), i. 285, 8: ii. 8, 28. Cépemon emptor, venditor, 143, 37: Shrn. 134, 4: Mt. L. 21, 12. Gif ciépe-mon (cépe-, ceáp-, v. ll.) uppe on folce ceápie, Ll. Th. i. 118, 12. Se iiii nihta móna byð gód þæ-acute;m cípemen his cípinge tó anginnane, Lch. iii. 178, 2. Æt cýpmen (ceáp-, v. l.) befón, Ll. Th. i. 118, 13. Hé penegas wið hláfe þám cépemen sealde, and þá cýpemen þá penegas sceáwodon, Hml. S. 23, 564. Ceápemenn nummularii, Mt. L. 21, 12: vendentes, Mk. L. 11, 15 margin. Cípamonna riht hrodia lex, Wrt. Voc. ii. 43, 46. Be ciépemonna (cýpe-, v. l.) fóre, Ll. Th. i. 118, 11. Cýpmanna cýpinga nundinarum, An. Ox. 2655. Be ciépemannum (cýpe-, cýp-, v. ll.), Ll. Th. i. 82, 9, 10. Seó landbúnes is swíðost cýpe&dash-uncertain;monnum geseted haec colonia est maxime negotiatorum, Nar. 33, 15. ¶ The word occurs in local names, Cýpmanna del, Chýpmanna ford, C. D. vi. 269. v. cép-, cépe-, cýp-, cýp-, cýpe-mann in Dict.

ciper-sealf. v. cyper-sealf: cípe-þing. v. cépe-, cýpe-þing in Dict. (where for Cot. 133 l. Wrt. Voc. ii. 58, 61).

cíping, e; f. I. trading, marketing:--Se smið gemétte on cýpincge þæs Eádzies mann the smith met this Eadsige's man a-marketing, Hml. S. 21, 75. Þám dæ-acute;dbétan nis álýfed næ-acute;nige cýpinge tó drífenne mercaturam exercere, Ll. Th. ii. 170, 11. On ceápstówe cýpinge begán in mercatu mercaturam exercere, 174, 19. Cýpinge wyrcan, Cht. E. 231, 21. Cípinge anginnan, Lch. iii. 178, 2. I a. dues paid for trading, market-dues:--Uillae mercimonium, quod Anglice ðæs túnes cýping appellatur, censusque omnis ciuilis aecclesiae, cum omnibus commodis, deseruiat, C. D. v. 158, 37. II. merchandise:--Céping mercimonium (or under I, if a gloss on Ald. 56, 15:--Spirituale exercetur mercimonium. Cf. An. Ox. 4807), Wrt. Voc. ii. 57, 18. III. a market, market-place:--Céping mercatum, scipmanna myrt þe céping teloneum, Wrt. Voc. i. 37, 9, 10. Hé cóm intó þæ-acute;re cýpinge þæ-acute;r gehwilce men heora ceáp be[ceápod]an, Hml. S. 23, 527. Hí hine átugan tómiddes þæ-acute;re cýpinge, 609. v. céping, cýping in Dict. and ceápung: flæ-acute;sc-cíping.

cíp-lic; adj. For sale:--þes sáwle his cýplice hæfð hic animam suam uenalem habet, Scint. 98, 17.

cipp, es; n.? Substitute: cipp, es; m. I. a beam, log, stock:--Cip cadurcus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 127, 38: catercus, 129, 49. Cyppes stipitis, cippi, Germ. 399, 271. Þurh cwearterhlice cyp per carceralem stipitem, 400, 552. þú ne gesáwe þone mæ-acute;stan cypp (cyp, cip. v. ll.) on þínum ágenum eágan, R. Ben. 12, 4. II. the share-beam of a plough:--Cipp dentale, Wrt. Voc. i. 15, 7. III. a weaver's beam:--Hé sceal habban . . . wulcamb, cip, Angl. ix. 263, 13. [v. N. E. D. chip. From Latin cippus.]

cíp-stræ-acute;t. v. cýp-stræ-acute;t in Dict., and cf. ceáp-stræ-acute;t: circ-. v. ciric-.