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DEN-STÓW--DEÓPE 149

den-stów, e; f. A place of pasture:--Þis sint þá denstówa, broc&dash-uncertain;hyrst. . . , C. D. B. iii. 144, 21. v. preceding word.

denu. [Though a nominative dene occurs weak forms of the oblique cases are not found.] Add:-- Denu myrtea, Wrt. Voc. ii. 57, 20. On middan þæ-acute;re dene, Iosaphaf. Seó dene is betwux þæ-acute;re dúne Sion and þám munte Oliueta, Hml. Th. i. 440, 15. Án ðeóstorful dene, ii. 338, 5. Bituih iúih and úsih dene micel (chaos magnum) gefæstnad is, Lk. L. 16, 26. Hé mæ-acute;wð gærs on þysse dene (valle), Gr. D. 36, 2. Andlang weterdene tó ðæ-acute;re deópan dene; of ðæ-acute;re dene tó ðan reádan stáne, C. D. vi. 8, 16. On þæ-acute;re dene eádmódnesse, Bt. 12; F. 36, 22. Dena getácniað þá eádmódan, Hml. Th. i. 362, 18. In deanum in convallibus, Ps. Srt. 103, 10. ¶ the word occurs often in local names:--Ðá denbæ-acute;ra . . . hlósdionu, swánadionu, C. D. ii. 195, 16. In hæsldene; of hæsldene, iii. 401, 2. On hwæ-acute;tedene norðeweardre; of hwæ-acute;tedene, Cht. E. 293, 22. See also Txts. 545. v. eorþ-, mór-, wæter-denu.

deófel-, deóf-lic ,-líce. v. deófol-lic, -líce.

deófol. Add: In sing. both masc. and neut., in pl. neuter (except in northern specimens), pl. nom. deófol, deóflu (-o, -a). I. the devil:--Ðæt lytige dióful (hostis callidus) ðonne hé gesihð . . . Swá déð se dióful (diabolus) . . . Swá ðæt dióful (corruptor) . . . Swá déð ðæt dióful, Past. 415, 10-30. Se dióbul (dióful, v. l.), 227, 5. Þæt deófol cwæð tó þam folce, Bl. H. 243, 2, 4, 9, 14. Þ-bar; wæs þæt deófol þ-bar; seó þeód hyre for god beeódon, and hí nemdon þone Astaróþ, Shrn. 120, 31. Forlét se deófol (diówl, L., þ-bar; deóful, R. diabolus) hine, Mt. 4, 11. Gyf se deóful ádrífð út þone deóful si Satanas Satanan eicit, 12, 26. Hú mæg hé ðe wiðerworda diówul (ðe diówl, L. Satanas) ðone diówul (ðone diówl, L.) fordrífa, Mk. R. 3, 23. Dióbul, Mt. L. 4, 5. Cunnung diábles temtatio diaboli, Mk. p. 1, 16. Satanase ðám ealdan deófle, Nic. 14, 1. Ne maga gié Gode gehéra and dióble (Mamonae), Mt. L. 6, 24. Díwle and englum his, 25, 41. II. a devil, an evil spirit:--Ðá deófol hine swungan, Shrn. 52, 27. Ðæt deófol genam mid him óþre seofon deóflo . . . Þá deófla blæ-acute;stan ofer hine, Bl. H. 243, 4-11: Sat. 319. Deófla (diówla, L. R.) ealdor princeps demonum, Mk. 3, 22. Dióbla aldor Belzebub, Lk. p. 7, 5. Ondetung dióla, p. 4, 17. II a. of demoniacal possession:--Se deófol (þ-bar; deóful, R., ðe diówl, L.) hyne forlét exiit ab eo daemonium, Mt. 17, 18. Diúbol, p. 16, 4. From díwble is gestyred a daemonio vexatur, 15, 22. Hé ðone diówel (daemonem) fordráf of menn, Lk. p. 4, 16. Dióul, 4, 33. Férdon þá deóflu (diówlas, L.) of manegum, 4, 41. Ðá diówblas, Lk. L. 8, 33. Ðá deófla (þá deoful, R.) bæ-acute;don, Mt. 8, 31. Gyf ic ádrífe út deófla (dióules, L., deóful, R.) . . . Gyf ic áwurpe deóflu (diówles, L., deóful, R.), 12, 27, 28. Diúlas, Lk. p. 7, 4. II b. a devil as object of worship, false god. Cf. deófol-gild:--Alle godas ðióda dióful omnes dii gentium daemonia, Ps. Srt. 95, 5. Hiera deófla sum Proserpinam, Wrt. Voc. ii. 85, 3. Godes æ-acute; ús forbiét diófulum (deóflum, v. l.) tó offrianne lex Dei sacrificia Satanae prohibet, Past. 369, 3. Þæ-acute;r hæ-acute;þene men deóflum onguldon, Bl. H. 221, 3. III. applied to a human being. (1) a wicked person:--Eówer án is deófol (diúl, L., diówul, R.), Jn. 6, 70. Diúbul, p. 5, 3. On þám gé deóflu drincan ongunnon, Dan. 750. (2) as a term of abuse or contempt:--Hé cleopode réceleáslíce tó his þeówtlinge: 'Cum, deóful, hider and unscó mé' (veni, diabole, discalcea me), Gr. D. 221, 21. v. ealdor-, hell-deófol.

deófol-cræft. Add:--Se moncwealm wæs swá ungemetlic, ðæt hié mid deófolcræftum sóhton hú hié hit gestillan mehte, and gefetton Escolafius þone scínlácan, Ors. 3, 10; S. 140, 7.

deófol-gild. Add: I. idolatry; an idolatrous practice:--Deófol&dash-uncertain;gild bið þ-bar; man his Drihten forlæ-acute;te and his crístendóm, and tó deófollicum hæ-acute;ðenscype gebúge . . . Óðer deófolgild is . . . ðonne se man þá sceandlican leahtras begæ-acute;ð þe se sceocca hine læ-acute;rð, Hml. S. 17, 47-51. Se crístendóm weóx and þ-bar; ealde deófolgeld wearþ ádwésced, Jud. p. 162, 4. Ðæt hié Godes æ-acute; ne gehwierfen tó deófulgielde ne legem Dei in Satanae sacrificium vertant, Past. 369, 4. Þ-bar; man hine forhæbbe fram deófolgylde (ab idolatria), Ll. Th. ii. 162, 35. Þá Crístenan þe swelc deófolgild lufiað and bigongað, Ors. 4, 12; S. 210, 6. Deófolgild lustramenta, Wrt. Voc. ii. 50, 3. Deófelgylda, An. Ox. 1899. Þá hæ-acute;ðnan heora þá leásan godas mid mislicum deófolgeldun (cf. mid lácum and offrungum, Hml. Th. i. 504, 18) him laþodan on fultum, Bl. H. 201, 31. II. an idol:--Se cásere ongan timbrian deófolgyld on cirican . . . ðæ-acute;r ðæ-acute;r æ-acute;nig deófolgyld wæs áræ-acute;red . . . ðá hæ-acute;þenan . . . deófle offrodon, Hml. S. 23, 27-36. Hét se geréfa hí læ-acute;dan tó þúres deófulgeldum ond hét hí þ-bar; weorðian . . . þá feól þ-bar; deófolgild tó hire fótum, Mart. H. 166, 14-16. Syxtum nédde se cásere tó Tíges deófolgilde. Þá cwæð hé tó þám deófulgylde: 'Tówyrpe þé Críst'; þá sóna gefeól þæ-acute;s deófolgyldes húses sum dæ-acute;l, 140, 2-5. Hé eóde intó ðám temple tó ðám deófolgylde Astaróð, Hml. Th. i. 454, 16. Búton þæ-acute;m deófolgelde þe hé bærnan ongan, Bl. H. 221, 17. Þ-bar; hé weorðode sunnan deófolgyld. Þæ-acute;r wæs þæ-acute;re sunnan anlýcnys geworht of golde, ond heó wæs on gyldenum scryde, ond æt þám wæ-acute;ron gyldene hors, Mart. H. 220, 28: 206, 4. Hé bebeád þæt mon áfielde diófolgielda þá cirican, and þæt mon his ágen deófolgield þæ-acute;r tómiddes ásette, þæt wæs his ágen onlícnes sacrarium repleri statuis simulachrisque imperavit, seque ibi ut Deum coli praecepit, Ors. 6, 3; S. 258, 8. Hiora ágnum godum, þ-bar; sint diófolgild idolis suis, 1, 5; S. 34, 20. Deófolgylda (deófulgilda, v. l.) begang idolorum cultus, Bd. 2, 3; Sch. 125, 20. Þis tempel mid eallum þám deófolgyldum þe him on eardiað, Hml. Th. i. 72, 3. Deófulgildum, Lev. 26, 30.

deófol-gilda. Add:--Se ðeóda láreów sæ-acute;de þæt deófolgyldan (idolis servientes, 1 Cor. 6, 9) nabbað Godes ríce, Hml. Th. ii. 330, 25. Þá deófolgildan (the prophets of Baal), Hml. S. 18, 112. Þá leásan deófolgildan þe Baal wurðodon, 369.

deófol-gítsung, e; f. Unrighteous mammon:--In unrehtwíso, i. ðæt is díwlgíttsungo in iniquo mamonae, Lk. L. 16, 11.

deófol-lic (deóf-); adj. Take here examples under deóf-lic in Dict., and add: I. of the (a) devil:--Se freódóm ðæs deófollican onwaldes freedom from the power of the devil, Bl. H. 137, 13. Dióflices fanaticae (lustrationis), An. Ox. 2058. Deóuolicre, 7, 125. Deóflices galdres necromantiae, i. demonum invocations, 1927. On þám deófollican (deóflican, v. l.) tíman in Antechrist's time, Wlfst. 86, 4. Tó deófollicum hæ-acute;ðenscype to the worship of the devil, Hml. S. 17, 48. Deóflicere æfgælþe fanatica superstitione, An. Ox. 3232. Deófelicum (deóff-, Wrt. Voc. ii. 138, 65) geférscipe demonico globo, Wülck. Gl. 218, 42. Diówlica onerninge diabolica incursione, Rtl. 36, 1. His weorc syndon deófollicu his works are of the devil, Bl. H. 177, 1. Hé ne ondréd heora deófellican híw, Hml. Th. ii. 512, 21. II. of other than spirits, like the (a) devil, devilish, diabolical, evil, cruel:--Mennisclic is ðæt mon on his móde costunga ðrowige . . . ac ðæt is deófullic ðæt hé ðone willan ðurhteó, Past. 71, 14. Hí sendon tó Domiciane þám deófellican (deóflican, v. l.) cásere, Hml. S. 29, 190. Mid wealhr(e)ówre, deóflicere mihte tyrannica potestate, An. Ox. 1157. Þone deófollicon abbod þe cwæð þ-bar; úres Drihtenes líchama and his godcundnes wæ-acute;re ánes gecyndes, Ll. Th. ii. 374, 23. Ðæne deófollican unðeáw . . . gedón þ-bar; óðre men nimaí máre ðonne hit gemet sý, Hml. A. 145, 22. Tó deóflicum weorcum, Angl. xi. 112, 19. Wíð þás egeslican and þás deófollican coðe, þæt is wið þás hellican unþeáwas, Wlfst. 245, 21: Angl. viii. 337, 7. Wyrto yfelwyrcendo and dióublica (diabolicas), Rtl. 103, 1. [v. N. E. D. devilly; adj. O. H. Ger. tiufal-líh diabolicus: Icel. djöful-ligr.]

deófol-líce (deóf-); adv. I. as a devil. v. deófol-lic, I:--Antecríst áginð leógan deófollíce (deóflíce, v. l.), Wlfst. 85, 1: 200, 1. II. like a devil, furiously, cruelly. v. deófol-lic, II:--Datianus deófollíce (deóflíce, v. l.) geyrsode ongeán ðone hálgan wer, Hml. S. 14, 23. Hé deóflíce wearð geháthyrt, 22, 220. [v. N. E. D. devilly; adv.]

deófol-scín. For the citations see under scín, scinn in Dict., and add:--Utan wið deófolscín scildan ús georne, Wlfst. 188, 34. [He dide mare inoh off deofellshine o life, Orm. 8110. v. N. E. D. devil&dash-uncertain;shine.]

deófol-scipe, es; m. Idolatry:--Crístes apostolas wæ-acute;ron onsende on þysne middaneard for ðí þ-bar; hí sceolon menn trymman and læ-acute;ran and fullian, and deófolscipe nyðerian, Nap. 17.

deófol-seóc. Add:--Deófelseócne inerguminum, An. Ox. 4934. Hé deóflum bebeád þ-bar; hié of deófolseócum mannum út férdon, Bl. H. 173, 28. Heó deófulseóce gehæ-acute;lde, Shrn. 31, 13. Gewitleáse, deófel&dash-uncertain;seóce inergumenos, i. amentes, An. Ox. 3057: larbatos, 4936.

deófol-seócnes. Add:--Wið gewitleáste, þ-bar; is wið deófulseócnysse, genim of þám líchoman þysse ylcan wyrte mandragore, Lch. i. 248, 3.

deóg. v. dígan (diégan).

deón; p. de To suck:--Of múðe cildra and súkendra &l-bar; díendra ex ore infantium et lactantium, Mt. R. L. 21, 16. [O. H. Ger. táen lactare: Dan. die to suck; dægge to suckle: Swed. di to suck; dägga to suckle: Goth. daddjan to suckle.] v. ge-deón, meoloc-deónd (not -teónd).

deóp. Add: I. literal:--Dióp seáð fovea profunda, Kent. Gl. 829. II. metaph.:--Þes pistol is . . . eów swíðe deóp tó gehýrenne, Hml. Th. i. 448, 8. His deópe rihtwísnys his infinite righteousness, 112, 3. Deópum ceápe at a high price, Ll. Th. i. 370, 10. Þ-bar; hé swá deópe friðsócne (so inviolable a sanctuary) geséce, 340, 10. For ðínum deópum gyltum for your grievous sins, Hml. S. 22, 177. On manegum landum gebyreð deópre (more onerous) swánriht, Ll. Th. i. 436, 15. Be þám deópestan áðe by the most solemn oath, 324, 19.

deóp the deep. Add:--Þreó ásæ-acute;ton on ðá healfe þæs deópes ðe dá Deniscan scipu áseten wæ-acute;ron, Chr. 897; P. 91, 3. Deóp (trans) fretum (Mt. 8, 18), Wrt. Voc. ii. 72, 30: 36, 71. Cf. dípe.

deópe, an; f. v. dípe.

deópe; adv. Add: I. literal:--Hé hine hét sleán and deópe bedelfan, Chr. 1050; P. 170, 3. II. metaph.:--Ús is deópe beboden we are most solemnly bidden, Wlfst, 282, 22: Ll. Th. ii. 328, 27. Hit is forboden on hálgum bócum swýþe deópe, Shrn. 162, 26. Þá dæ-acute;de wrecan swíðe deópe to punish the deed very severely, Ll. Th. i. 174, 10: 400, 8. Hé syngað swýðe deópe he sins very grievously, Hml. S. 19, 254. Swá man bið mihtigra . . ., swá sceal hé deóppor synna gebétan, Ll. Th. i. 328, 14. [O. H. Ger. tiufo alte, funditus, penitus.]