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128 CLAWAN--CLIPUNG

clawan. Dele 'p. ede; pp. ed,' and add: (cláwan? In Mid. E. p. cleu, clew is found):--Clawe scalpo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 120, 36. [v. N. E. D. claw.] v. next word, and cf. cleweþa, clawu.

clawian; p. ode To claw, scratch:--Ic clawige scalpo, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 170, 11 note.

clawu. Add: (cláwu? but cf. Orm. Clawwess). I. a claw, (1) of a bird or beast:--Earnes clawa, Hml. Th. ii. 434, 9. Him (birds) wæ-acute;ron þá cleá blace (pedibus nigris), Nar. 16, 16. Clawa ungularum, An. Ox. 8, 385. Seó culfre is unréðe on hire clawum, Hml. Th. ii. 44, 26. Þá fuglas þá fixas mid hiora cléum (cleam, Nar. 16, 20) tæ-acute;ron, Angl. iv. 153, 378. (2) claw-like nail of a human being:--Mé cóman tó Sílhearwan . . heora clawa wæ-acute;ron scearpe, Hml. S. 4, 289. II. a hoof:--Þá þe synd gehófode on horses gelícnysse untóclofenum clawum, Hml. S. 25, 45. Eofores clawa oþþe óþres swínes gebærn tó ahsan, Lch. ii. 88, 21. Caelf forðlæ-acute;dende cleá (ungulas), Ps. Srt. 68, 33. III. a hook:--Clauuo harpago, Wrt. Voc. ii. 100, 78. Clawu, 7, 13. Hí man clifrode mid ísenum clawum, Hml. S. 12, 187. Ic ofercóm þæs cwelleres tintregu, scearp ísen and þá slítendan clawa, 8, 189. [v. N. E. D. claw, clee.]

cleá. v. clawu.

cleac, e; f. A stepping-stone:--On cleaca, C. D. iv. 36, 3, 12.

cleacian. For M. H. 115 a substitute Hml. S. 23, 493: cleadur. v. clædur: cleáfa. l. cleafa: cleawen. v. cliwen.

clemman; p. de To press, pinch:--Clæm þú þíne handa tógædere, Tech. ii. 122, 21. Clæm þú þíne wynstran hand þám gemete þe þú óstran on handa hæbbe shut your left hand as if there were an oyster in it, 124, 12, 20. [v. N. E. D. clem.] v. next word.

clemness, e; f. Pressure, pang, pain:--Fram swá miclum clæmnessum onlésed beón a tantis cruciatibus absolui, Bd. 4, 9; Sch. 396, 11.

clencan. Add: [O. H. Ger. klenchen.]

clengan. Substitute: To adhere, remain:--Dreám bið in innan, clengeð, lengeð joy is within, remains, is prolonged, Rä. 29, 8, [v. N. E. D. clenge.]

cleófa. l. cleofa, dele 'That . . ., chasm,' and add:--Hé hæfde æ-acute;nne lícðrowere belocen on ánum clyfan . . . Ðá eóde Basilius tó ðám clyfan, ac se preóst nolde undón þá duru mid cæ-acute;ge, Hml. S. 3, 480-4. Sum déma hét hí belúcan on stæ-acute;nenum cleofan, Shrn. 103, 4. Cleofan absidan, Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 51. Gefere þæne mannan on swíðe fæstne cleofan and wearmne, Lch. ii. 280, 11. [v. N. E. D. cleve. Icel. klefi, klifi a closet.] v. ealu-, heáh-, máðum-cleofa.

cleófan. For first two references substitute Germ. 399, 451: 400, 498, dele all derivatives but tó-cleófan, and add:--Cleáfað hearta iuero scindite corda vestra, Rtl. 5, 4. On wintra erian and in miclum gefyrstum timber cleófan, Angl. ix. 261, 23. On þone cleofenan beorh, Cht. E. 293, 27. v. á-cleófan.

cleónede talaricus:--Cneówede genosus, cleónede (ancleónede ? having large ankles?) talaricus, hónede calcaneus, Wrt. Voc. i. 45, 39-41.

cleopian. v. clipian: cleopigend. Dele: cleopung. v. clipung.

cleót. Substitute: A tablet (?):--Clút, cleót pittacium, Wrt. Voc. ii. 117, 32. [Cf.(?) N. E. D. cleat.]

cleóþa. l. cleoþa. v. cliþa: clepung. v. clipung.

cleówe a clew:--Cleóuuae, cleúuue, clóuue glomer, Txts. 66, 472. [O. H. Ger. chliuwa globus.] v. cliwen.

clerc, cleric. Add: one of the secular (as opposed to monastic) clergy:--Ic secge þé, lá cleric, on þín eáre, Angl. viii. 300, 14. On gewittnesse Byrhtstánes mæssepreóstes and on clerices þe þis gewrát, Cht. E. 255, 30. Wolde ic þ-bar; þá æ-acute;ðela(n) clericas ásceócon fram heora andgites orðance æ-acute;lce sleacnysse, Angl. viii. 301, 4. Ús þingð tó langsum þ-bar; wé ealne þisne cwide on Englisc clericum geswutelion, 300, 7. Hé was underfange of þám hádesmannum þe him ealra uneáðest was, þ-bar; was clerican, Chr. 995; P. 128, 20. Hé ongan tó tellende þám pápan eal embe þá clericas, P. 130, 31. [O. H. Ger. chlirih: Icel. klerkr.] v. cliroc in Dict.

clerc-hád. Add: the state of a secular clerk:--Ðá ðe clerichádes synd and munuchádes wilniað clericorum si qui monasterio sociari voluerint, R. Ben. 106, 13. Swá sácerdhádes swá clerichádes sacerdotum vel clericorum, 110, 8. Clerocháde cleratis (ab clericatus gradu discedens, Ald. 51, 1), Wrt. Voc. ii. 83, 5: 18, 43. Ceólwulf cining féng tó Petres scære (tó clericháde, v. l.). Chr. 737; P. 45, 20.

cleric-mann, es; m. A clerk:--Gif hwylc clericman gewundige si quis clericum vulneraverit, Ll. Th. ii. 210, 27.

clibbor. Add: [Cf. N. E. D. clibby.]: clibecti. v. clifiht.

clidrenn, e; f. A clatter, noise:--Bretme vel clidrinnae (cliderme) strepitu, Txts. 96, 928.

clif. For translation of last passage substitute: Fluvius Nilus de litore incipientis maris Rubri videtur emergere; and add:--Andlang clifes middeweardes, C. D. iii. 82, 11. Oð ðæs clifes norðhyldan, 418, 25. Tó ðæs clifes westende, 419, 6. Fram þám heán clife ab alta rupe, Gr. D. 52, 22. Þ-bar; wæter wæs sweart under þæ-acute;m clife neoðan, Bl. H. 211, 2: 209, 34. Ðá stánas swá of óðrum clife út sceoredon, 207, 20. On ðæ-acute;m sæ-acute;s clife, Ors. 4, 13; S. 210, 31. Abies þ-bar; treówcyn þý clyfe weóx, Nar. 8, 22. Ofer clif per preceps (v. Mt. 8, 32), Wrt. Voc. ii. 72, 35. Ealle ðá clifu (rupes) þe neáh þæ-acute;m sæ-acute; wæ-acute;ron forburnan tó ascan, Ors. 5, 4; S. 226, 4. Cliofum cautibus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 16, 16. Hí on heán clifum (cleofum, v. l.) wunedon uitam in rupibus arduis agebant, Bd. 1, 15; Sch. 44, 2. v. hnut-, sæ-acute;-clif.

clifæhtig. v. clifihtig.

clífan. Add:--On clífende þám gáste se líchama inhaerendo spiritui caro, Gr. D. 264, 1.

clife. Add:--Clifae, clibe lappa, Txts. 76, 613. Clife, Wrt. Voc. ii. 49, 63: glitilia, 40, 75: Txts. 67, 978. Clife personacia, Hpt. 33, 250, 14. Clife appasina, Wrt. Voc. i. 67, 33. Cliue apparine, Lch. iii. 299, col. 2. [v. N. E. D. cleavers. O. H. Ger. chliba lappa.] v. clif-wyrt.

clifer. Substitute for citations:--Clifra ungularum, An. Ox. 5341: Germ. 399, 337. 'Þú þis weorc mid þínum clifrum dó' . . . Sóna seó leó mid hire clifrum scræf geworhte, Hml. S. 23 b, 786. C(l)ifras ungulas, Germ. 400, 551. [v. N. E. D. cliver.] v. next word.

clifer-féte; adj. Cloven-footed:--Hara wæs unclæ-acute;ne, for ðan ðe hé nis cliferféte, Hml. S. 25, 79. v. clyfer-féte in Dict.

clif-hlép. Substitute: clif-hlíp (-hlép, -hlýp), es; m. A cliff-leap, a going headlong to destruction:--Clifhlép pessum (cf. pessum, pracceps, Corp. Gl. H. 92, 370: pessum spilth, 90, 213: ofer clif per praeceps (v. clif)), Wrt. Voc. ii. 117, 6 ( = Corp. Gl. H. 91, 307). Clifhlýp, 68, 7.

clifian. Add:--On cliofað inheret, Wrt. Voc. ii. 48, 15. Se gást sylf cleofað on Gode, Gr. D. 264, 3. Hí mid hyra móde him on clifiað (cleof-, v. l.), 138, 30. Of þám hege þe hé fæste on clifode (clyf-, v. l.), 25, 12. Hé cleofode on ðæ-acute;re eorðan and ne mihte ná onstyrian his fét tó gánne, 224, 22. Cleofede lentesceret, An. Ox. 3108. On cleofode, Wrt. Voc. ii. 50, 24. Áhryse þá moldan of, þ-bar; hyre nán wiht on ne clyfie, Lch. i. 70, 9. Þ-bar; feax þe on þám cambe cleofige (clyf-, v. l.), 332, 21. v. on-clifiende.

clifig, clifiht. Substitute: clifig; adj. Cliffy, steep:--Clifig, tóhyld clivosus, Wrt. Voc. i. 19, 4.

clifiht(e); adj. Cliffy, steep:--Clibecti clibosum, Txts. 51, 478. Clifihte, Wrt. Voc. ii. 14, 39.

clifihtig; adj. Cliffy, steep:--Clifæhtig clivosum, i. inclinatum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 131, 69.

clifrian. Add:--Clifrode abradit, An. Ox. 50, 20. Hí man clifrode mid ísenum clawum, Hml. S. 12, 187. Mid ísenum clawum clifrian his lima, 14, 43. v. clifer.

clifrung, e; f. A clawing; a claw(?):--Clifrunga ungulae, Germ. 398, 61.

clif-stán. Substitute:--Clifstánas cautes, Wrt. Voc. ii. 18, 16. Neólnes tóweaxen mid mycelnessum þára clifstána praecipitium saxorum molibus asperum, Gr. D. 159, 26. Hé sceolde beón tósliten for þám clifstánum (scopulis) þe þæ-acute;r gehwæ-acute;r út sceoredon of þám munte, 213, 4.

clif-wyrt. Add:--Clifwyrt clitum, Lch. iii. 303, col. 1. v. clyf-wyrt in Dict.

clím. v. calwer-clím: climan. Dele.

clincig; adj. Shrivelled with heat or cold, rough:--Clincig síþfæt asperum iter, Hy. S. 104, 35. [Cf. somer dryeth mareis and mores . . . and maketh hem rou&yogh;e and harde and clynkery. v. N. E. D. clinkery.] Cf. clingan.

clingan. Add: to shrink together from heat or cold. [Scot. cling to shrink in consequence of heat. v. N. E. D. cling.] v. á-clingan; healf-clungen.

clipian. Add: I. of persons:--Ic tó þé cleopie, Bl. H. 89, 14, Clepað clamitat, Kent. Gl. 6. Wé cliepiað (clip-, v. l.) tó Gode, Past. 263, 23. Clipode proclamat, Hpt. Gl. 480, 17. Þes þearfa clepode (clamavit) tó Gode, Ps. Th. 33, 6. Hí for ege ne durron clypion (cleopian, v. l.), Past. 88, 11. II. of animals:--Assan clipiende, Lch. iii. 198, 12. v. á-cleopian.

clipol; adj. I. sounding, vocal:--Hig deóplíce þá stefna þæs lyftes swége gesleáð, and mid þæ-acute;re tungan clypole þæne swég gewynsumiað, Angl. viii. 313, 15. v. hlúd-clipol. II. vowel:--Þæne clypolan .a., Angl. viii. 314, 16.

-clips. v. ge-clips.

clipung, e; f. Take here clypung, cleopung in Dict., and add: I. crying, clamour:--Gehýrde hé mycelne heáf and wóp, and manige cleopodan mid mycelre stefne. Þá áhsode hé hwæt seó cleopung wæ-acute;re, Bl. H. 219, 10. Manegum stefnum and cleopungum (hreámum, v. l.) vocibus clamoribusque, Gr. D. 74, 4. II. a cry, call, words of address, appeal, &c.:--Cóm clypung of ðám Hálgan Gáste, þus cweðende, Hml. Th. i. 388, 12. Se sunderhálga cwæð: 'God! ic ðancige ðé þæt ic ne eom ná swilce óðre menn': ealles tó micel clypung þæt hé næ-acute;re óðrum mannum gelíc . . . Mid ánre clypunge wearð þes synfulla geriht&dash-uncertain;wísod, ii. 428, 19-34. Hé clypode tó Gode: 'Þú ælmihtiga God . . .' Æfter ðisre clypunge, Hml. S. 18, 132. Cleopodon þá gástas mid