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CLADER-STICCA--CLAUSTER 127

clader-sticca, an; m. A rattle:--Cladersticca (-stecca) anate, Txts. 42, 116. v. clædur.

clæc-leás. Substitute: I. free from evil, that has done no harm, innocent:--Clæcleáse, láþleáse immunes, Wrt. Voc. ii. 43, 68. [II. free from injury, uninjured:--Ic habbe getýþed s&c-tilde;e Cúthberht þ-bar; land and all þ-bar; þæ-acute;rto belimpeþ clæ-acute;ne and claclés, Hick. Thes. i. 149, 57.] [Icel. klak-laust unhurt.] v. clacu.

clædur a clapper, rattle:--Crepacula clædur (cledr, cleadur), id est tabula qua a segitibus territantur aves, Txts. 48, 218.

clæfre. l. clæ-acute;fre, dele 'n.' (in Lch. ii. 312, 20 reád clæ-acute;fre is nominative), and add:, clæ-acute;fer (?), cláfre. [From clæ-acute;fre comes claver (remaining only in dialects), from cláfre comes clover]:--Huíte cláfre (clábre) calcesta, Txts. 47, 377. (In Lch. ii. 326, 21 hwíte-clæ-acute;fre seems a compound:--Nim hwíteclæ-acute;fran wísan.) Reáde cláfre (clábre) caltha vel genus floris, 375. Ræ-acute;de clæ-acute;fer calta, Wrt. Voc. i. 288, 49. Clæ-acute;fre viola, 79, 61: An. Ox. 56, 429. Cleáfre, Lch. iii. 305, col. 2. Clæ-acute;fra fetta, Wrt. Voc. ii. 38, 47. Cláfrena (clæ-acute;fran, An. Ox. 94) caltarum, 75, 22. v. þunor-clæ-acute;fre.

clæ-acute;g. Add: ¶ as a component of words denoting places with a clayey soil, Clay- in local names:--Of clæ-acute;gbróce . . . on clæ-acute;gbróc, C. D. vi. 52, 25, 29. Cléigate, iv. 178, 2. On clæ-acute;ghyrste, C. D. B. iii. 45, 7. On clæ-acute;gweg, andlang clæ-acute;gweges, 44, 25: C. D. iii. 81, 10. In clæ-acute;gwyllan; of clæ-acute;gwyllan, 80, 18.

clæ-acute;g-weg, -willa. v. clæ-acute;g.

clæ-acute;ig; adj. Add: , clæ-acute;gig:--Of cléiian híðe (cf. Clayhithe), C. D. vi. 232, 11.

clæman. l. clæ-acute;man, and add:--Mænge wið ele þ-bar; hit sý swylce clám; clæ-acute;m ðonne on ðá sídan, Lch. iii. 48, 19. Seó ðe clæ-acute;man sceal litura, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 256, 3. Claemende affirmans, Wrt. Voc. ii. 115, 42. Clæ-acute;mende, 63, 37. [v. N. E. D. cleam.] v. be-, for-clæ-acute;man; healf-, un-clæ-acute;med (-od): clám.

clæmende. Dele, and see clæ-acute;man: clæmman. v. clemman.

clæmming. Substitute: clæ-acute;ming, e; f. Smearing:--Clæ-acute;ming litura, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 256, 4.

clæm-ness. v. clem-ness.

clæ-acute;ne; adj. Add: I. physical. (1) of metal, free from dross or alloy:--Fífténe scillingas clæ-acute;nes feós, Cht. Th. 168, 16. Mid claene feó, ðæt wæs mid clæ-acute;ne golde, Txts. 175, 5. (2) of land, free from hurtful growth, clear:--Ðone æcer ðe wæs mid ðornum áswógen . . . ðone æcer ðe stent on clæ-acute;num lande (terram quae nullas spinas habuit), Past. 411, 19. Ðæ-acute;m folce ðe on clæ-acute;num felda (in campo) sige gefeohtað, 227, 24. (3) fit for food:--Ic genime mé clæ-acute;ne fixas tó mete, Coll. M. 23, 17. Wyrta and æ-acute;gra, fisc and cýse, buteran and beána and ealle clæ-acute;ne þingc ic ete, 34, 29. (4) clear, without defect:--Þ-bar; eal se líchoma sý clánes híwes and glades and beorhtes, Lch. ii. 296, 6. Habban eágan clæ-acute;ne and hlúttre, Bt. 42; F. 256, 13. II. free from impropriety:--Wið clæ-acute;num legere if the death had not been a violent one (it was by drowning), Cht. Th. 206, 30. Þá clæ-acute;nan þénunga lauta munia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 52, 51. III. in a moral sense, pure, sincere:--Ánfeald, clæ-acute;ne, hlútor simplex, Wrt. Voc. ii. 74, 50. Se láreów sceal bión clæ-acute;ne (mundus) on his móde, Past. 75, 18. Þæt hié gehealdað hiera líchoman firenlusta clæ-acute;nne, 40, 14. Ne magon wé næ-acute;fre gereccan þone yfelan mon clæ-acute;nne and untwifealdne, Bt. 36, 6; F. 182, 19. Clæ-acute;ne lautos (biblos), Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 44. v. ge-clæ-acute;ne.

clæ-acute;ne; adv. Add: I. clean, so as to leave nothing remaining:--Dó þ-bar; fám of clæ-acute;ne, Lch. ii. 94, 8, 20. Feormige man þone pyt clæ-acute;ne purgetur puteus, Ll. Th. ii. 220, 20. Wé habbað Godes hús inne and úte clæ-acute;ne berýpte, Wlfst. 157, 18. Nán gesceaft swá cléne onwæg ne gewít, þæt hí æft ne cume, ne swá clæ-acute;ne ne forwyrð, þ-bar; hí tó hwan&dash-uncertain;hwugu ne weorðe, Shrn. 198, 17, 18. Swæ-acute; clæ-acute;ne hió (learning) wæs oðfeallenu, Past. 3, 13. Æ-acute;lcere synne swá clæ-acute;ne ámerede, swá æ-acute;fre æ-acute;nig gold mæg clæ-acute;nost ámerod weorðan, Wlfst. 96, 14. II. in full, without reservation:--Man sealde Godwine clæ-acute;ne his eorldóm, swá full and swá forð swá hé fyrmest áhte, Chr. 1052; P. 180, 29. [O. H. Ger. chleino.]

clæ-acute;n-georn. Add:--Celibatus, i. sine uxore vir, vel viduatus, vel abstinentia virginitatis clæ-acute;ngeorn; celibes, i. casti, steriles celestem vitam ducentes clæ-acute;ngeorne, Wrt. Voc. ii. 130, 49-53. Sýn hý clæ-acute;ngeorne, R. Ben. 140, 7.

clæ-acute;n-heort. Add:--Ic wæs unsceðþende and clæ-acute;nheort, Shrn. 139, 23. Se unscæððiga on handum and se clæ-acute;nheorta innocens manibus et mundo corde, Ps. L. 23, 4. Eádige synd þá clæ-acute;nheortan þe on clæ-acute;nnysse lybbað. Hí efenlæ-acute;cað Críste þe ðá clæ-acute;nnysse ástealde, Hml. A. 47, 563: 23, 222.

clæ-acute;n-lic. Add: Splendid, excellent. Cf. clæ-acute;ne, II:--Deófol hine wile geteón in oferhigd, gif se man óht wundorlices oþþe clæ-acute;nlices wyrceþ útan þurh Godes gife, Gr. D. 45, 6. v. un-clæ-acute;nlic.

clæ-acute;n-líce; adv. Substitute: I. cleanly. Cf. clæ-acute;ne; adv. I:--Ádríge clæ-acute;nlíce, Lch. ii. 214, 24. II. clearly. Cf. clæ-acute;ne; adj. I. 4:--Clæ-acute;nlíce &l-bar; bærlíce &l-bar; lútorlíce perspicue, Mt. p. 10, 10. III. with propriety. Cf. clæ-acute;ne, II:--Se sácerd sceal dón clæ-acute;nlíce and carfullíce Godes þénunga, Ll. Th. ii. 360, 25. Hí Godes ðeówdóm clæ-acute;nlíce beeódan, Chr. 995; P. 129, 34. IV. purely. Cf. clæ-acute;ne, III:--Ðæt is ðonne ðæt hé sié clæ-acute;nes willan and goodes, ðæt hé clæ-acute;nlíce and ryhtwíslíce ongiete ðæt ðæt hé ongiete pudica videlicet, quia caste intelligit, Past. 349, 3. Ðæt wé úrne crístendóm clæ-acute;nlíce gehealdan, Wlfst. 112, 15. V. entirely. Cf. clæ-acute;ne; adv. I:--Gif þæ-acute;r beón læ-acute;s manna þonne þæt lamb mæge fretan, þonne nyme hé hys neáhgebúr . . . þ-bar; hé mæge þ-bar; lamb clæ-acute;nlíce fretan, Angl. viii. 322, 8. [O. H. Ger. chlein-líhho diligenter.] v. un-clæ-acute;nlíce.

clæ-acute;n-ness. Add:--Clæ-acute;nnys pudor, An. Ox. 5176. Clæ-acute;nnysse pudoris, 4176: celibatus, 9, 19. Clæ-acute;nnysse, geþincþe propositi, i. gradus, 3451. On clæ-acute;nnysse in proposito, i. gradu, 2565. Heortan clæ-acute;nnesse cordis munditiam, 40, 8.

clæ-acute;nsere. Add:--Sé ðe wæ-acute;re gálsere on fúlan forligere, weorðe sé clæ-acute;nsere his ágenre sáwle, Wlfst. 72, 6. Sácerdas, ðæt is on Englisc clæ-acute;nseras, Past. 139, 15.

clæ-acute;nsian. Add:--Clæ-acute;nsaþ hit onweg þ-bar; sár eall, Lch. i. 86, 26. Clæ-acute;nsade lustrat, Wrt. Voc. ii. 53, 63. v. þurh-clæ-acute;nsian; clæ-acute;snian in Dict

clæ-acute;nsung. Add: , clæ-acute;snung. I. physical. (1) cleansing from dirt:--Clæ-acute;nsunga purgamenta (latrinarum), An. Ox. 3918. (2) cleansing from impurity, disease:--Clæ-acute;snunga and swiling tó heáfdes hæ-acute;lo, Lch. ii. 2, 3. II. with reference to moral impurity:--Mid clæ-acute;snunge forhæfednesse abstinentiae castigatione, Bd. 4, 28; Sch. 526, 4. Clæ-acute;nsunge, R. Ben. 76, 5. Stýran mid lícumlicre clæ-acute;nsunge (corporis castigatione), 13, 21.

clæ-acute;nsung-dæg, es; m. A day for taking cleansing medicine, day for purging:--Þis wilddeór well fremað, gif þú þínum clæ-acute;nsungdagum hys flæ-acute;sc gesoden etest, Lch. i. 330, 8. v. next word.

clæ-acute;nsung-drenc, es; m. A cleansing-drink, purgative:--Ne bið áléfed on ðyssum dagum ðæt mon blód læ-acute;te oððe [cl]æ-acute;snungdrenceas drince, Shrn. 80, 5. v. preceding word.

clæ-acute;nu. v. un-clæ-acute;nu.

clæppan to throb:--Wið heáfodsár . . . þis syndon þá tácnu þæs sáres, þ-bar; is æ-acute;rest þá ðunewenga clæppaþ, Lch. iii. 88, 5. v. next word.

clæppettan to throb. Add:--Wið þæt þæs mannes heáfod clæppitað, Lch. iii. 92, 10. Clæppette and sprangette palpit(r)avit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 69, 26. Brogdetende vel cleppetende (printed depp-; but see Corp. Gl. H. P. 29) campus, 103, 27. v. preceding word.

clæþan; p. de To clothe:--Nacod ic wæs and gié clæ-acute;ðdon meh nudus eram, et operuistis me, Mt. L. 25, 36. [v. N. E. D. clead.] v. cláþian.

clam. I. l. clám, es; m., and add: I. mortar, mud, clay, paste:--Mænge wið ele þ-bar; hit sý swylce clám, Lch. iii. 48, 19. Clámes gefége liturae compage, An. Ox. 4439. II. in medicine, a poultice:--Clám, clíþan tiriaca, An. Ox. 964. Clám wiþ þon: þá reádan tigelan gecnuwa tó duste, gemeng wið grút, Lch. ii. 114, 24. Læ-acute;cedóme, cláme malagma, Wrt. Voc. ii. 54, 38. Hafa þé æ-acute;rgeworht clám of beórdræstan, Lch. ii. 330, 16. [v. N. E. D. cloam.] v. clæ-acute;man.

clam. II. l. clam[m], clom[m], es; m., and add: I. a bond, fetter:--Þ-bar; hé sý genered of þám clammum ut eripiatur, Gr. D. 345, 27. Æfter þæ-acute;m bendum his deáþes and æfter þæ-acute;m clammum helle þeóstra, Bl. H. 83, 22. Dryhten gescylde ús wiþ þá écan clammas, Wlfst. 226, 9. II. a bond, pledge:--Clam oððe wed clasma (v. mál in Dict.), Wrt. Voc. ii. 21, 2. [v. N. E. D. clam.] v. níd-clamm.

cláne; adj., adv. v. clæ-acute;ne; adj., adv.: clappan. v. clæppan.

cláte. Dele German forms in bracket, and add:--Clátae (-e) blitum (clitum? cf. clitum cláte &l-bar; clifwyrt, Lch. iii. 303, col. 1: cliton cláte, 301, col. 2), Txts. 44, 144. Cláte, Wrt. Voc. ii. 11, 13: tubera, Txts. 103, 2066. Clifae, i. cláta, clátacrop personacia (cf. personacia béte, Lch. iii. 304, col. 2), Hpt. 33, 250, 14. Clátum lappis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 53, 40. [v. N. E. D. clote.]

cláte-crop. v. preceding word.

cláþ. Add: I. a cloth:--Þú noldest þæt æ-acute;nig cláð betweuh wére (nullo interposito velamento), Shrn. 185, 34. Stód án cýf oferwrogen . . . hí brúdon of ðone cláð (operimentum), Hml. Th. ii. 178, 35. II. a garment:--God hyre ásende tunecan. Heó . . . ðone cláð hire on ádyde, Hml. S. 7, 156, 159. Hé hæfde genumen sumne cláð (uestimentum, Bd. 3, 19) æt ánum swyltendum men, Hml. Th. ii. 338, 28: i. 286, 24. Hé forðférde under Crístes cláðum (cum adhuc esset in albis), Chr. 688; P. 41, 4. Cláðum metallis (? as a gloss to: Stabant simulacra metallis, Ald. 172, 8), Wrt. Voc. ii. 57, 37. v. bed-, bord-, eaxl-, flyhte-, fót-, sweor-, wæter-cláþ.

cláþian. v. ge-cláded in Dict.: cláþ-scear. Dele.

cláþ-weóce, an; f. A small piece of cloth used as a wick:--Of bedrýpedum cláþe, of gedrýpydre cláþweócan linteolo ebrio (madido), Germ. 391, 18.

clatrung. Substitute: Clattering, noise:--Clatrunge crepacula (cf. crepaculum, sonum dyne vel geþun, 136, 63), Wrt. Voc. ii. 21. 36.

clauster. Add:--Clauster (printed claustre, Wrt. Voc. i. 82, 48) claustrum, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 316, 2. Claustres gýmenne dón . . . ymbfaran þ-bar; clauster, Angl. xiii. 433, 981. On mynstres claustre, R. Ben. 19, 9. [Icel. kláustr; n. From Latin.]