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CNIHT-WESENDE--CÓLIAN 131

þeáwas and gebæ-acute;ru Placidus puerilis adhuc indolis gerebat annos, Gr. D. 111, 9.

cniht-wesende. l. (?) cniht wesende. v. wesan, II.

cnítan(?), cnítian(?) to dispute:--Full wamb éþelíce be fæstenum cnítað (-eð?) plenus uenter facile de ieiuniis disputat, Scint. 51, 12. Cf. cneátian.

cnódan, cneódan; pp. [ge-]cnóden. I. to impute, attribute:--Gif hwæt welgedónes bið, ðonne cnódað him ðæt ealle ðá ðe him under&dash-uncertain;ðiédde bióð mid herenesse omnes subditi, si qua bene gesta sunt, laudibus efferunt, Past. 111, 3. II. to attribute, call by a person's name, name after a person:--Þone tún mon his naman cneódeð (cweðeþ, v. l.) cujus nomine vicus cognominatur, Bd. 2, 20; Sch. 189, 8. Wæs se heretéma (Theodoric) Críste gecnóden (cf. hé wæs Crísten, Bt. 1; F. 2, 6) the leader bore the Christian name, Met. 1, 32. [For meanings cf. Icel. kenna to impute; to name.]

cnoll. Add:--Cnol jugum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 112, 15. Wæs se cnoll swá hit nú cúð is þ-bar; se munt is mycel úteweard, Bl. H. 207, 26. Þæs muntes cnoll, 203, 8. On þæ-acute;m heán cnolle sumes muntes, 197, 18. Tó brynes cnolle, Cht. E. 267, 3. Tó Húnes cnolle, 381, 19. On cnolle in vertice, i. in summitate, An. Ox. 853. Cnol apicem, Wrt. Voc. 73, 64: arcem, 7, 27. Þá mæ-acute;ran cnollas almos clivos, Hpt. 31, 18, 515. Ofer þá pirescan cnollas trans pirenas ninguidos, Germ. 397, 540. v. mæ-acute;r-, stán-cnoll.

cnop[p] (?) a knob, button:--Cnop ballationes, Wrt. Voc. ii. 101, 55: 7, 73. [v. N. E. D. knop. O. H. Ger. chnopf bulla.] v. cróp.

-cnos. v. ge-cnos.

cnósl. Add:--Óþer of hyre sylfe swylce hyre cnósl (printed cnoss) byþ upp sprungen aliud ex ipso quasi sua soboles oritur, Scint. 232, 9. Cnósl (cnol, MS., cnoll, Hpt. Gl. 521, 22) proles, An. Ox. 5033. Eal Adames cnósl omnes homines, Dóm. L. 129. Cnósle stirpe, An. Ox. 1601: progenie, 7, 89: prolem, 26, 31. Hig æ-acute;ton Jacobes cnósel comederunt Jacob, Ps. L. 78, 7. v. æ-acute;-cnósle.

cnot-mæ-acute;lum glosses strictim, Angl. xiii. 35, 201. v. next word.

cnotta. Add: I. a knot, fastening:--Hét hé þone wer gebindan and æ-acute;nne mæssepreóst . . . mid heardum cnottum samod, Hml. S. 29, 214. Unbindan þá fæstan cnottan synna, 10, 47. Hé unhand þá rápas and þá cnottan þára bænda, Gr. D. 165, 4. II. a knotty point, difficulty:--Hé hine befrán be gehwylcum cnottum þe hé sylf ne cúþe on þæ-acute;re hálgan béc, Angl. vii. 2, 13.

cnucel. Dele. v. cnycel.

cnucian, cnocian. Add: I. intrans. To knock at a door:--Sóna þænne cnucað (cnocige, cnucige, R. Ben. 126, 21) mox ut aliquis pulsaverit, R. Ben. I. 112, 9. Heó on þæ-acute;re cýtan duru cnocode, Hml. A. 196, 26. Gif hé þurhwunað cnuciende (pulsans), R. Ben. I. 95, 14: Hml. Th. i. 248, 21. Cnucigende æt þám geate, Hml. S. 10, 110. II. trans. (1) to knock, strike, hit:--Þá stánas wendon swá þ-bar; ðá cwelleras hí sylfe cnucodon, Hml. S. 11, 101. Hét hé mid stánum ðæs hálgan múð cnucian, Hml. Th. i. 428, 32: 432, 3: ii. 422, 25. Sí cnucud pulsetur (tabula), Angl. xiii. 431, 951. (2) to pound:--Cnuca ealle tósomne swíðe smale, Lch. iii. 56, 21. Cnocie man þá bán mid æxse ýre, 14, 11.

cnuwian. l. cnúwian, and add:--Cnúa on wíne, Lch. ii. 32, 11.

-cnycc. [v. N. E. D. knitch.] v. ge-cnycc.

cnyccan; cnycte, cnyhte; pp. cnyht To tie, bind; nectere;--Oft þræ-acute;l þæne þegen þe æ-acute;r wæs his hláford cniht swýðe fæste, Wlfst. 163, 2. Tó cnuicte (printed -cnutte) adnexuit, Mt. p. 10, 15. v. ge-cnyccan; -cnycc.

cnycel (? to be inferred from ge-cnyclede, q. v.) a knuckle.

cnyll. Add: I. clang, sound from metal:--S. Petrus þá duru belýcó . . . and hé þonne weorpeð þá cæ-acute;ga ofer his exle intó helle. . . . Hlúd bið se cnyll ofer ealle eorðan, þonne seó cæ-acute;g fealleð innon helle, Hml. A. 169, 138. II. the stroke, sound of a bell:--Fram þám cnylle a primo pulsu, Angl. xiii. 432, 964. Siðþan hý þone forman cnyl (signum) tó nóne gehýren, R. Ben. 74, 5. Þone óðerne cnyll secundum signum, R. Ben. I. 82, 13. v. fore-cnyll.

cnyllan. Add: I. to strike, knock, clap:--Tósomne cnyllaþ conliserint, Wrt. Voc. ii. 134, 66. Cnyllan complodere vel concutere, conlidere, 133, 5. II. to strike a door, knock:--Cnyllas gé pulsate . . . ðæ-acute;m cnyllende (cnyllenda, p. 15, 7) pulsanti, Mt. L. 7, 7, 8. III. to strike, ring a bell:--Þonne þone óðerne cnyll cnylð (þonne mon eft cnylle, R. Ben. 74, 7) dum secundum signum pulsaverit, R. Ben. I. 82, 13. Þænne se cyrcwerd tácn cnylle, Angl. xiii. 398, 475. Swilce hé gehwæ-acute;de bellan cnyllan, Tech. ii. 118, 9. Sí cnylled þ-bar; forme tácn, Angl. xiii. 391, 374. v. ge-cnyllan.

cnyllsan. Substitute: cnylsian, cnyllsian:--Mid ðý cymeð and cnyllsað (pulsauerit), Lk. L. 12, 36. Cnyllsað pulsate . . . ðæ-acute;m cnylsanda pulsanti, 11, 9, 10. Cnylsiga pulsare, 13, 25. Cnylsende pulsandum, p. 7, 4.

cnyss(?), e; f. A beating; pulsus:--Cardiacus (glossed by cardian, i.e. pulsum cordis patiens) heortan cnysse (þrowiende), Hpt. 31, 13, 321. Or is heort-ancnysse (= -angnysse) to be read ? Cf. cardiacus dicitur qui patitur laborem cordis, vel morbus cordis heortcoþa vel ece, Wrt. Voc. i. 128, 64. v. cnyssan, ge-cnos.

cnyssan. Add:--Þú cnysest elides, Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 30. Swá þ-bar; seó sæ-acute; cnyste þá heofonlican tungla, Ap. Th. 11, 1. Cnyssaþ (cnysað, L.) pulsate . . . cnyssande (ðæ-acute;m cnysende, L.) pulsanti, Mt. R. 7, 7, 8. Ongan ic wépan and míne breóst cnyssan, Hml. S. 23 b, 428.

cnyttan. Add:--Cnyt(s)t inlicias (cf. inlicias, i. nectis, Hpt. Gl. 524, 8), An. Ox. 8, 333. Oft þræ-acute;l þæne þegen þe æ-acute;r wæs his hláford cnyt swýðe fæste and wyrcó him tó þræ-acute;le, Wlfst. 163, 2. Cnytt, 224, 2. Þá cnitton hí rápas hire tó handum and fótum, Hml. S. 9, 100. Ðæt hé ne cnytte ðæt underfongnfe feoh on ðæ-acute;m swátlíne, Past. 59, 13. Tó cnyttende annectens, Angl. xiii. 406, 588.

cnyttels; m. For 'Mone B. 2858' substitute An. Ox. 2935, and add: [v. N. E. D. knittle.]

coc[c]. Add:--'Hwá sealde kokke wísdóm?' Ðæt getácnað ðætte æ-acute;ghwelc ðæ-acute;ra láreówa . . habbað onlícnesse ðæ-acute;m kokkum . . . Ðorme græ-acute;t se láreów swá swá kok on niht . . . Ðæs cocces ðeáw is . . . , Past. 459, 29-461, 2. Se kok ðe wé ymb spræ-acute;con, 12. Coca pullorum, An. Ox. 4891. Cocca, 2, 398.

cóc. Add:--Cóc culinia, cycene coquina, Wrt. Voc. i. 291, 22. Cóces coci, ii. 21, 68. Of ðám þeówan mannan at Cinnuc . . . hió becwíð Eádgyfe Ælfsige ðene cóc, C. D. vi. 133, 1. Cócas culinia (coacas, Erf. = (?) sterculinia, cloacas. v. Angl. xix. 102; but see first citation, and next), Txts. 55, 620. Cócas culini, Wrt. Voc. ii. 15, 56. Gebríwed swá cócas cunnon, Lch. ii. 220, 9. Kóka ealdormon princeps cocorum, Past. 311, 6, 7, 11.

coccel. For last citation substitute:--Lasers, coccela loliorum, zizaniorum, Hpt. Gl. 462, 24, and add:--Hyre corn beóð gelíce coccele (a mistranslation of cocci simile), Lch. i. 170, 2. Hé sæ-acute;wð ge lasor ge coccul on manna æceron, Angl. viii. 300, 24. Coccelas oferstígað hwæ-acute;te zizania transcendunt frumentum, Scint. 101, 1.

cocer a quiver. Add:--Coker faretra, Wrt. Voc. i. 35, 23. Seó lufu cocor (faretram) and bogan and flán forlét, Prud. 51. Hí fyllaþ heora coceras mid flánum, Ps. Th. 10, 2.

cócer-panne. For 'Mone B. 4694' substitute Hpt. Gl. 514, 38, and add:--Hyrstepanne vel cócorpanne frixorium, i. sartago, cremium, Wrt. Voc. ii. 151, 2. Cócerpannan sartagines, An. Ox. 4673. Cócur&dash-uncertain;pannan, 8, 278.

cócnian to season food. v. ge-cócnian; cócnung.

cócnunga. Substitute: cócnung, e; f. Seasoning, seasoned food:--Cócunung quadripertitum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 118, 49. Metegearwa and cócnunga meat-dressings and seasonings, Lch. ii. 210, 26. Sume of rigenum melwe wyrceað bríwas and cócnunga mid sealte, 236, 10. v. next word.

cócor-mete seasoned food:--Cócormete quadripertitum, Wrt. Voc. i. 290, 41. [Cf. O. H. Ger. choch-muos dapes.] v. preceding word.

coc-ród, e; f. A cock-road, a clearing in a wood where woodcocks could be netted:--Oð ðá cocródæ; swá of ðæ-acute;re cocród, C. D. v. 346, 26. v. ród.

-cócsian. v. ge-cócsian: cócunung. v. cócnung: cod-æppel. For Cot. 93 substitute Wrt. Voc. ii. 39, 72.

codd. Add:--Ne bere gé mid eów pusan oððe codd nolite portare sacculum neque peram, Hml. Th. ii. 532, 20. v. beán- (not bien-), leþer-codd.

cófa. l. cofa. Add: ; cofu (-e), an; f. (v. bed-cofe.) I. a chamber, closet:--Cofa pistrimum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 117, 30: 68, 15: pistrinum, i. 288, 62. Lytel cofa pistrilla, 63. On cofan in conclavi, ii. 46, 14. Gá in þíne cofan (cubiculum), Mt. R. 6, 6. In cofum in penetralibus, Mt. L. R. 24, 26. II. a cave, den:--Cofa spelunca, Jn. L. R. 11, 38. Cofa ðeáfana speluncam latronum, Mt. L. 21, 13: Mk. L. R. 11, 17: Lk. L. R. 19, 46. [v. N. E. D. cove. Icel. kofi a cell, hut.] v. brýd-cofa.

cóf-godas. l. cof-godas (v. cofa), and for second reference substitute:--Cofgodas penatum, Germ. 402, 195.

cófincel. l. cofincel a small chamber:--Cofincel pistrilla, Wrt. Voc. Ii. 117, 33: 68, 16. v. cofa.

-cofrian. v. á-cofrian.

cól coal. l. col, and add:--Coll carbo, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 35, 2. Þæt fýr wearð ácwenced þ-bar; þæ-acute;r án col ne gleów, Hml. S. 7, 240. v. sæ-acute;-col.

cól cool. Add:--Cól frigidus, An. Ox. 2, 409. Cól cwyld frigida pestis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 150, 76. Se þearfa bemæ-acute;nde þ-bar; him wæ-acute;re þearle cól, Hml. S. 31, 911. Hé bæþes brúce, ná swáþeáh cóles, ne hé cólne wæ-acute;tan þicge, Lch. i. 238, 9. Cólre frigenti, An. Ox. 5486. Cóle algida (aequora), 18, 15. Cólum algosis, 8, 8.

-cole. v. hæ-acute;þ-cole: -cóle. v. wín-cóle.

cólian. Add:--Ic cólige algeo, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 155, 9. Fram þám fíftigoðan geáre cólað seó hæ-acute;te þæs líchaman, Gr. D. 102, 23. Cólaþ seó lufu þe wé tó úrum Hæ-acute;lende habban sceolde, Bl. H. 109, 3: Wlfst. 82, 9. Wyrc swylc án lytel cicel . . . swá ðú hátost forberan mæge . . . þonne se cicel cólige, Lch. iii. 30, 21. Cólgendre frigenti, Angl. xiii. 38, 318. [O. Sax. kólón.]