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DEÁG(-H)--DECLÍNUNG 147

deág(-h), e; f. A dye, colour:--Telg, deág fucus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 36, 66. Deág vel telg, 151, 52. Deáh, 70, 19. Déch murex, An. Ox. 18 b, 56. Telge, deáge ostro, Wrt. Voc. ii. 64, 37: 87, 10. Of hæ-acute;w&dash-uncertain;enre deáge ex iacintho, An. Ox. 1058. Deáche stibio, 4645. Dæ-acute;ge fuco, 2, 23. Ne cíden nó þá munecas ymb þá deáge (dége, v. l.) (de colore) hyra reáfa, R. Ben. 89, 15. Deáhum sucis, An. Ox. 5218. [Take here examples under deáh in Dict.] v. fisc-deág.

deágan. v. dígan (diégan).

deágian. Add: , dégan:--Gewésan, deághian inficere, i. miscere &l-bar; fucare, An. Ox. 5196. Dégian (dégan tingere, Hpt. Gl. 524, 59), 5220. Deágedum coloratis, 5330.

deáh dye. v. deág: deapung. Dele.

dearf. [ = W. S. deorf]; adj. Bold:--Dearfe &l-bar; dyrstige audaci, Mt. p. 9, 3. [v. N. E. D. derf. O. Sax. der&b-bar;i: O. Frs. derfe: Icel. djarfr: Dan. djerv.]

dearf-lic; adj. Bold, presumptuous:--From dearflicum a praesumtoribus, Mt. p. 2, 1. [v. N. E. D. derfly. Icel. djarf-ligr.]

dearf-scipe, es; m. Boldness, presumption:--Dearfscip praesumtio, Mt. p. 1, 4. Dearfscipes temeritatis, 8, 2. Dearfscipe &l-bar; bældo temeritate, 9, 4. [v. N. E. D. derfship.]

dearnunga. Add:--Hé ongan hí hatian dearnunga and wrégean tó þám cyninge, Lch. iii. 424, 19. Þeáh hé dearnunga forlicge etiamsi adulteretur, Ll. Th. ii. 156, 11. Hé forfleáh deornunga þá fóstormódor, Hml. Th. ii. 154, 30. Dernunga, Mt. L. 19, 18. Twá cynn sind martirdómes, án dearnunge, óðer eáwunge, Hml. Th. ii. 544, 14. Dernunge in occulto, Jn. L. 18, 20. Dernunga clam, Mt. R. 2, 7. Hé begeat mid his sméhwrencan eall dyrnunga æt Steorran þ-bar; him gewearð se þridda penig of þæ-acute;re tolne, C. D. iv. 56, 29. [O. Sax. darnungo. Cf. O. H. Ger. tarningun latenter.]

dearr-lic, -scipe. Dele. v. dearf-lic, -scipe.

deáþ. Add: gen. es and (?) a, as being an old u-stem noun. v. deáða gedál (cf. deáþgedál, 936) dreógan, Gú. 206. I. death, (1) of an individual:--Þa langan tíd þæs dimman deáðes mortis inamabile tempus, Dóm. L. 14. Hé bið mid wítum þreád æfter his deáþe, Bl. H. 49, 25. Seó culfre ne leofað be nánum deáðe, Hml. Th. ii. 46, 18. Deáða swælteþ morte moriatur, Mt. R. 15, 4. Giniðrias hine tó deóða, Mk. R. 10, 33. Of deóða his de morte ejus, Jn. R. 11, 13. Deóðe, Lk. R. 23, 15. Hé líchomlicne deáþ geþrowode, Bl. H. 103, 10. Oþ þone deáþ hé hine tintregaþ, 59, 30. Oð deáð letotenus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 83, 41. Oþ deáþ beswungen, Hml. S. 25, 782. (1 a) a particular mode of death:--Hé eall tóbærst . . . Iulius wæs wániende þ-bar; hé swelce deáðe swealt, Ors. 5, 12; S. 244, 5: Jn. 12, 33. Ceás hé him þone deáþ þ-bar; him mon ofléte blódes on þám earme, Bt. 29, 2; F. 104, 23. Hwelc moncwealm wæs mid monigfealdum deáðum, Ors. 2, 5; S. 84, 33. Wé geáxiað ungecyndelico wítu and ungecynelice deáþas, Bl. H. 107, 26. (2) in the abstract:--Gif hit æ-acute;nige hwíle wunaþ, se deáþ hit húru áfirreþ. Hwæt syndon þá woruldsæ-acute;lþa óþres búton deáþes tácnung, for þám se deáþ ne cymð tó nánum óþrum þingum bútan þ-bar; hé þ-bar; líf áfyrre, Bt. 8; F. 26, 3-7. Hwæt is þ-bar; líf elles buton lytelu ylding þæs deáþes?, Bl. H. 59, 28. Ealle men geendiaþ on þám deáþe, Bt. 11, 2; F. 34, 35. Heó þone deáþ forleás, and þ-bar; éce líf gemétte, Hml. S. 7, 11. (3) personified (or localized):--Se deáþ him tó cymeþ Godes dóm tó ábeódenne, Bl. H. 59, 11. Frecces deáðes ambronis orci (faucibus), An. Ox. 11, 107. Deáðe orco, Wrt. Voc. ii. 64, 69. II. state of being dead:--Seó hefige byrþen siteþ on þæ-acute;m deádan líchoman þæ-acute;re byrgenne and þæs deáþes, Bl. H. 75, 8. Hé of deáþe áríseþ, 15, 12: 67, 25. Swylce wé on deáðe lágon, Hml. S. 11, 240. II a. state after death of those not in heaven:--Genere mé (Eve in hell) of þysses deáþes bendum, Bl. H. 89, 24. Tó þon écan deáþe, 61, 8. III. cause or occasion of death (as in to be the death of a person):--Eálá deáþ, ic beó þín deáþ, Bl. H. 67, 17. IV. a dead person, departed spirit:--Ic gedyde þ-bar; man hyne on róde áhéng . . ., and nú ic wylle hys deáþ tó þé gelæ-acute;dan, Nic. 14, 21. Deáðas manes, Wrt. Voc. ii. 57, 57. Ge&dash-uncertain;gang þá deáða bearn þe hí démað nú posside filios morte punitorum, Ps. Th. 78, 12. Þurh deáðes(-as?) wítgung nicromantia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 62, 30. v. fæ-acute;r-deáþ.

deáþ-bæ-acute;re (deád-). Add:--Deáðbæ-acute;re (deád-, An. Ox. 1872) letale, mortiferum, Hpt. Gl. 450, 52. Se deáðbæ-acute;ra wæ-acute;ta, Past. 303, 16. Ðæt on ús deádbæ-acute;res is ðurh synna, 445, 25. Deáðbæ-acute;re (deád-, An. Ox. 2020) letiferas, mortiferas, Hpt. Gl. 454, 17.

deáþbæ-acute;r-lic (deád-). v. deádbæ-acute;r-lic in Dict.

deáþbæ-acute;r-ness, e; f. Deadliness, destructiveness:--Slítinc, geter, deádbæ-acute;rnes dilaceratio, i. mortificatio, An. Ox. 3946. [Take here deáþbérnis in Dict.]

deáþ-beácnigende; adj. (ptcpl.) Threatening death:--Cumað of heofenum deáðbeácnigende tácn de coelo venient signa minantia mortem (Dóm. L. p. 23, 56), Wlfst. 137, 13: Dóm. L. 112.

deáþ-berende. Add:--Þæs réþan and þæs deádberendan funesti, Wrt. Voc. ii. 34, 12. Fram ðæ-acute;m deádberendum a funesto, 2, 30. I. of things, (1) physical, deadly, pestilential:--Deáðberende smíc gæ-acute;ð of heora múðe, Wlfst. 201, 1. Se deádberenda drinc pestifer potus, Gr. D. 104, 29. Wæs þæ-acute;ra wyrma oroð swíðe deáðberende and æ-acute;terne halitus erat pestifer, Nar. 14, 16. Áttres uoercdédo deáðberendo viri operationes mortiferas, Rtl. 125, 37. (1 a) figurative:--Hé cwæð ðæt sió tunge wæ-acute;re deáðberendes átres (veneno mortifero) full, Past. 281, 7. Þæs biteran áttres þá deáþberendan wæter (evil thoughts), Guth. 46, 6. (2) moral or spiritual:--Þeó deáþberende uncyst (envy), Bl. H. 65, 13. II. of living creatures:--On fæðme þæs deáðberendan dracan þe is deófol genemned, Wlfst. 188, 10. Þæt deáðberende deófol, 185, 13.

deáþ-dæg. Add:--Huaet his gástae aefter deóthdaege doemid uueorthe, Txts. 149, 20. [v. N. E. D. death-day. Icel. dauþ[a]-dagr.]

deáþ-godas. Substitute: The infernal deities:--Manes deáðas and deáðgodas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 57, 57.

deáþ-lic. Substitute: I. mortal, subject to death:--Æ-acute;nig deáþlic man, Bt. 7, 3; F. 20, 7. Æ-acute;lc deáþlic man, 24, 1; F. 80, 6. Hé cóm deáðlic . . . hé árás undeáðlic, Hml. Th. i. 222, 10: Bl. H. 21, 31. On þyssum deáðlican (deád-, v. l.) líchaman in hac mortali carne, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 82, 18. Þára sóþena gesæ-acute;lða wilniaþ ealle deáþlice men tó begitanne est mentibus hominum vere bona inserta cupiditas, Bt. 24, 2; F. 80, 30: Bl. H. 197, 16. II. mortal, grievous:--Underlútan þ-bar; deáþlice geoc (mortale jugunt; cf. þæt swæ-acute;re gioc, Met. 10, 20), Bt. 19; F. 68, 27. III. dead:--Hræ-acute;was oððe ðá deáþlican morticina, Ps. L. 78, 2. [O. H. Ger. tód-líh mortalis, mortifer, funebris.] v. un-deáþ-lic; deád-lic.

deáþlíce. v. un-deáþlíce.

deáþlicness, e; f. Substitute: Mortality. I. liability to death:--Þonne se móna wanað, þonne tácnað hé úre deáþlicnesse, Bl. H. 17, 24. II. mortal life, this world:--Tó þínre mildheortnesse becuman of þisse deáðlicnesse, Angl. xii. 509, 19.

deáþ-reáf, es; n. A garment of a dead person:--Deáþreáf exuvias (cf. exubiae, uestes mortuorum, Corp. Gl. H. 52, 524: exuviae, spolia reáf, i. uestes mortuorum, Wulck. Gl. 233, 44), Wrt. Voc. ii. 32, 32.

deáþ-scyldig. Add:--Of unrehtwísnisse úsa deádscyldego uosa ué ongéton ex iniquitate nostra reos nos esse cognovimus, Rtl. 78, 14. v. scyldig, V; deáþ-synnig.

deáþscyldig-ness. v. deáþsynnig-ness.

deáþ-synnig; adj. Guilty of death, liable to the punishment of death:--Sé ðe ofslaeð deádsynig (reus) bið tó dóme, Mt. L. 5, 21.

deáþsynnig-ness, e; f. Guiltiness of death:--Deáðsynnignise &l-bar; [deáþ-?] scyldignise reatum, Rtl. 42, 33.

deáþ-þénunga. Substitute: deáþ-þegnung, e; f. Ministration to the dead; pl. exequies:--Deáþþénunga exequias, Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 24. Hú mæg ic ðé ána gedéfelíce deáðþénunga gegearwian nymðe míne bróþor hider sín gesamnode? . . . Ðá þreó fæ-acute;mnan þám Maria hire deáþþénunga bebeád, Nap. 16.

deáþ-wyrda. Substitute: deáþ-wyrd, e; f. Fate, death:--Deáþ-wyrde fata (cf. prolis luxerunt fata parentes, Ald. 176, 18), Wrt. Voc. ii. 38, 34.

deáw. Add:--Seofoðe pund wæs deáwes pund, ðanon him (Adam) becóm swát, Sal. K. 180, 14: Rtl. 192, 17. Of deáuwe rore, Kent. Gl. 46. Roscido deáwe (wæ-acute;tum?; the immediately preceding gloss is roscida, rore madida (v. Corp. Gl. H.), and deáwe seems to be due to rore), Wrt. Voc. ii. 119, 29. Bútan rénscúrum and reócendum deáwe, Hml. S. 18, 57. Swilce hé wæ-acute;re on wynsumum deáwe, 31, 888, 876. Þyses fýres hæ-acute;to sý gecyrred on wæ-acute;tne deáw, 30, 441. Deáwas and rímforst rores et pruina, Hy. T. P. 68.

-deáw; adj. v. ge-, un-deáw.

deáwian. Add: [To be inferred from deáwigend-lic? v. N. E. D. dew; vb. O. Frs. dawia: O. H. Ger. towón(-én): Icel. döggva.]

deáwig. Substitute for first passage:--Deáwig sceaftum with the dew on their spears, Exod. 344; and add:--Deáwigre roscido, An. Ox. 84. Mid déwium (dæ-acute;wigum, Hpt. Gl. 421, 65) roscidis, rore madidis, 655.

deáwi(g)endlic(?); adj. Dewy:--Dæáweinlicre roscido, Hpt. Gl. 408, 4.

deáw-wyrm. Add: [Du. dauw-worm ring-worm.]

decan, decanon, es; m. One who has charge of ten monks:--Fram decane sí boren a decano portetur, Angl. xiii. 414, 701: 433, 980. Þurh decanonas per decanos, R. Ben. 125, 8. Cf. teóþung-ealdor.

décan; pp. déced To smear, daub:--Déc ánne cláð, Lch. i. 150, 19. [v. N. E. D. deche.] v. ge-décan.

decan-hád, es; m. Dignity of a dean (decan, q. v.):--Ofor heora wican heora decanhádes super decanias suas, R. Ben. I. 54, 2.

decanon. v. decan: deccan. Dele, and see décan.

declínian; pp. od To decline (in grammar):--Mæg man on æ-acute;gðrum ende hine (a compound noun) declínian, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 88, 6. Wé habbað nú declínod þá eahta frumcennedan pronomina, 100, 6.

declíni(g)endlic. Add:--Bið se nama declíniendlic, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 88, 9: 86, 9. v. un-declínigendlic.

declínung. Add:--Þá naman and þá bínaman and heora declínunga, Angl. viii. 313, 5.