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DUNOND-LIC -- DWOLA 161

dunond-lic. v. duniend-lic: dún-scræ-acute;f. l. -scræf: dún-stræ-acute;t. Dele: duntre. v. dundre: dunung. Dele; dúr. Dele: dúre. v. duru: dure-. v. duru-: dúre-leás. Dele.

dúreras. Substitute: dur-here, es; m. A folding-door :-- Durhere sualdam, Txts. 96, 925. Durheri valvam, 104, 1053. Dureras vualbas (aulae coelestis valvas, Ald. 139, 15), Wrt. Voc. ii. 89, 16.

durran. Add: subj. prs. dyrre, durre :-- Ich darr audeam, Mt. p. 1, 9. Ne dear man gewanian, Wlfst. 157, 15. Hæ-acute;lda ic ni darstæ, Txts. 126, 5. Húmeta dorstest ðú gán?, Hml. Th. i. 530, 2. Darston (-un, R.) audebant, Lk. L. 20, 40. Ðæt ic ðé ne dyrre ofstingan, Past. 295, 16. Nis nán þe ic him módsefan mínne durre ásecgan, Wand. 10. Gebíd oþ þ-bar; þú mæge oððe dyrre, Lch. ii. 254, 4. Gif þú dón ne durre, 252, 27. Oðsace sé, sé þe wille oþþe sé þe dyrre, Ors. 6, 4; S. 260, 5: Ll. Th. i. 154, 6: Shrn. 176, 32. Þ-bar; hé gán dyrre and mæge, Lch. i. 176, 9. Ic nát hwá hit dyrre (durre, v. l.) secgan, Bt. 40, 2; F. 238, 5. Þ-bar; hé þé leógan ne durre, Bl. H. 179, 29: Ll. Th. i. 418, 11. Ðætte unlæ-acute;rde ne dyrren (audeant) underfón láreówdóm, Past. 25, 14: 427, 18: 467, 16. v. ge-durran.

dúr-stodl. l. dur-stodl. v. stodl.

dúru. l. duru, dele dure, an; and add: gen. a; dat. u, dyru (-e), and a wk. duran; pl. nom. e, u; gen. a; dat. pl. dyrum (-an) :-- Duru hostium, Wrt. Voc. i. 81, 11: valva, 290, 12: limen (olympi), ii. 93, 36: 52, 5. Þæ-acute;re forscytlican dura vectiferae valvae, 90, 56. From ðæ-acute;re dura selfre ðisse béc in ipsa locutionis nostrae janua, Past. 25, 11. Beforan ðæ-acute;re ciricean dura (duru, v. l.) ... on ðá duru, 105, 13, 14. Æt heofona ríces dura, Bl. H. 41, 35. Fram ðæ-acute;re byrgenne duru, 157, 9. Tó óðres mannes dure ... tó óðres mannes húses dura (duru, v. l.), Ll. Th. i. 418, 1, 5. Tó þæs carcernes dyru (duru, l. 20), Bl. H. 237, 18. Ætforan þæ-acute;re cyrican dyre (dyran, R. Ben. I. 78, 10) ante foras oratorii, R. Beo. 70, 5. Binnan circan dyre, Ll. Th. ii. 254, 9. Tó þæ-acute;re duran (dura, v. l., tó duru, L.) ad januam, Mk. 1, 33. Duru (ðuro, L.) helle ne oferswíðiaþ portae inferi non praevalebunt, Mt. R. 16, 18. Ðá dure (dura, v. l., duro, L. R.) wæ-acute;ron belocene fores essent clausae, Jn. 20, 19. On ærne þ-bar; næbbe þon má dura þonne sió cirice, Ll. Th. i. 64, 15. Hí mid æxum duru (januas ejus) curfan, Ps. Th. 73, 6. Lufude Sione duru (portas) Drihten, 86, 1. Undóð mé duru (portas) sóðfæstra ... sóðfæste on þá duru (portam) sécead inngang, 117, 19. v. norþ-, súþ-duru, and the following compounds.

dúru; pl. n. Dele.

duru-healdend (dure (-a)-), es; m. A door-keeper :-- Durehaldend (dura-. R.) &l-bar; dureueard ostiaria, Jn. L. 18, 17.

duru-stod; (n. ?). For Cot. 157 l. :-- Durustod postes, Wrt. Voc. ii. 68, 70, and add: [Dorstodes gyrneaus, Wrt. Voc. i. 170, note 2. Icel. dura-stoð a door-post.]

duru-weard. Add :-- Duruweard janitor, Wrt. Voc. ii. 45, 10. Hwæt mín fæder þé gedyde þá hé wæs duruweard, Bl. H. 151, 25. Dureweard janitor, An. Ox. 5147. Ðe duruard ostiarius, Jn. L. 10, 3. Ðegn cuæð ðæ-acute;m duruuardæ (duroworde, R. ostiariae) ... cuoeð dureweard, Jn. L. 18, 16, 17. Duruweardas ostiarii, Wrt. Voc. ii. 65, 43. Férde hé tó hire húse and forbeád ðæ-acute;m duruweardum þ-bar; heó hine hire gesægde, Shrn. 86, 16. [v. N. E. D. door-ward. O. H. Ger. turi-wart.]

dust. l. dúst, and add: I. dried earth reduced to powder :-- Dyslicre ðonne hwá lufige hwelcre wuhte spor on ðæ-acute;m dúste, and ne lufige ðæt ðætte ðæt spor worhte, Past. 353, 1, Seó eorðe wearð manegum tó bóte. Mid þám dúste wurdon áflígde deófla, Hml. S. 26, 198. Hé on axan and on dúste licge, Bl. H. 227, 15. II. other dry material reduced to powder :-- Ofenbacen hláf clibanius, dúst of ðæ-acute;m ... amolium, Wrt. Voc. i. 41, 22. Fæ-acute;rlíce áhreás þæt templ mid eallum his anlícnyssum tó dúste áwende, Hml. Th. i. 72, 6. Genim þás wyrte and cnuca tó swíþe smalan dúste, Lch. i. 240, 4. Genim of ðysse wyrte swýþe smæl dúst, 11. III. applied to the mortal frame of man :-- Þú eart dúst and tó dúste wyrst, Gen. 3, 19. Ic eom dúst and axe, 18, 27. Hwæt ofermódgað ðiós eorðe and ðis dúsð?, Past. 299, 22.

dústig; adj. Dusty :-- Dústigne puluereum, An. Ox. 15: 3, 9. v. dýstig.

dúst-swearm, es; m. A cloud of dust (of the motes in the sunlight) :-- Dústswerme atomo (modico Phoebi radiis qui vibrat atomo, Ald. 272, 33), An. Ox. 23, 52.

duþhamor. l. dúþ-hamor, and add :-- Malleoli tyndercyn, id est dýþhomer, Wrt. Voc. ii. 78, 9. [In An. Ox. 1655 and Hpt. Gl. 445, 39, where the same passage (Ald. 23, 8) is glossed the form is dúþhaman, which seems a corruption of dúþhamar.] v. dýþ-hamar in Dict., and dýþ.

dwæ-acute;s. Add :-- Se portgeréfa nam tó Malche graman, and him mid eallum hete cídde, and hine þus áxode: 'Þú stunta and se mæ-acute;sta dwæ-acute;s þe æ-acute;fre on þissere byrig mæ-acute;st wæs (the biggest blockhead that ever was in this town), on hwilce wísan sceole wé þé gelýfan?,' Hml. S. 23, 696. Gelíce þám dwæ-acute;san þe for heora prýtan léwe nellað beorgan, Wlfst. 165, 9.

dwæscan. l. dwæ-acute;scan, dele 'p. dwæscede,' and add :-- Ongunnon hió weorpan wæter and hlýdan, swá þá dóð þe fýr dwæ-acute;scað (-eað, v. l.), Gr. D. 124, 1. v. on-dwæ-acute;scan.

dwæ-acute;sian; p. ode To become foolish, stupid :-- Ðá ðe wódlíce drincað and heora gewitt ámyrrað, swá þ-bar; hí dwæ-acute;siað for heora druncennyssum, Hml. A. 6, 146.

dwæ-acute;s-lic; adj. Foolish, silly, stupid :-- Ongeán Godes ege se gromlica deófol syleð dyrstignysse mid dwæ-acute;slicum gebæ-acute;rum réceleásum mannum, Wlfst. 59, 20.

dwæ-acute;s-líce; adv. Foolishly, stupidly :-- Sé ðe wylle drincan and dwæ-acute;slíce hlýdan, drince him æt hám, Ll. Th. ii. 357, 40.

dwæ-acute;s-nys. Add :-- Insipientia, þæt is dysig oððe dwæ-acute;snyss, Wlfst. 58, 15: Angl. xi. 109, 37. Ic wénde þ-bar; þú sceoldest ðín mód fram dwæ-acute;snysse áwendan ... Dyslic bið þæt man hine sylfne tó tintregum ásende, Hml. Th. i. 592, 25.

dwalian. v. dwolian: dwás-líht. Dele.

dwelian. Add: I. intrans. (1) to go astray, (a) literal :-- Hé on ðám holte dwelode (wandered), oð þæt hine wulfas tótæ-acute;ron, Hml. Th. i. 384, 10. Hé án (sceáp), þe ðæ-acute;r losode and dwelede, sóhte, R. Ben. 51, 19. Heó began faran ... swilce heó dweliende þyder cóme ... Heó cwæð mid wóplicre stefne: 'Dweliende, leóf, ic cóm hyder,' Hml. A. 196, 24-29. Dweli(ende) erraneam, &l-bar; errantem (ovem), An. Ox. 347. (b) figurative :-- Nú ic wæs of þám rihtan wege mínes ingeþances, ac betere hit bið þ-bar; ic eft fare út of þysum porte, ðy læ-acute;s ic tó swíðe dwelige, Hml. S. 23, 553. Ðá ðe fyligað þæ-acute;re gýtsunge, hí dweliað fram Godes geleáfon, Hml. Th. i. 256, 18. Ðá, þe lífes weg læ-acute;dan cunnan, gebringan on rihtwege þá, þe æ-acute;r dweledan (-odan, v. l.), Wlfst. 75, 2. Sé ðe færð on sóðre lufe ne mæg hé dwelian; heó gewissað and gelæ-acute;t, Hml. Th. i. 52, 15. Dweliende exorbitans (a recto religionis tramite), An. Ox. 3697: 4619. (2) of inaccurate conception, to mistake, err :-- Swíþe raþe þé bið cúþ þ-bar; wit ne dwelgaþ, Bl. H. 189, 6. Sume gedwolmenn cwæ-acute;don ... ac hí dwelodon mid þæ-acute;re segene (they were mistaken in what they said), Hml. Th. i. 486, 7. Ne dwela ðú on ídel ... and ne wén ðú ná be þé þ-bar; þú ungewítnod beó, Hml. S. 25, 157. (2 a) of madness :-- Seó dohtor on wódum dreáme læg dweligende, Hml. Th. ii. 110, 19. (3) of wrong conduct, to err :-- Þú dwelast, geneálæ-acute;c and geoffra þíne lác, Hml. S. 14, 33. Mid þám Francum þe þá swíðost dweledon on deófles biggencgum, 29, 165. Hié on hæ-acute;ðnum þeáwum dwelgende wæ-acute;ron, Bl. H. 201, 20. Dryhten, þú gecyrst ðá dweliendan, Hml. S. 30, 68. II. trans. To lead astray. (1) physical :-- Ðá genipu hit dweliað, Sal. K. 148, 5. (2) moral :-- Hý dwelode deófol, Wlfst. 11, 8: 156, 8. Hí ne gelýfdan on riht ... ac mid manegum gedwyldum dwelodan (-edon, v. l.) þá Crístenan, Hml. S. 3, 357. Þá dwolmen dwelodon þone cásere, 312. Cf. dwolian.

dwellan. Dele 'p. dwelede,' and III (see dwelian, I. 1 a), and add: I. trans. To lead astray, lead into error :-- Unwærlicu spræ-acute;c menn dweleð incauta locutio in errorem pertrahit, Past. 89, 8. Ðæt hí mid ðæ-acute;re lícettunga óðre men ne dwellen, 449, 24. II. intrans. To go astray, wander :-- Dwelet obambulat, An. Ox. 47, 1. Álýse mé of ðám gedwolan þe ic on oð þisum dwealde, Shrn. 170, 17. Hí dweldon on wéstene erraverunt in solitudine, Ps. Spl. 106, 4.

dwel-lic; adj. Erroneous, heretical :-- Be þám men þe dwellice þing begæ-acute;ð de homine qui res haereticas committit, Ll. Th. ii. 180, 35. Dwællice palladios, Germ. 397, 511.

dwelsian; p. ode To stray, wander :-- Of ðinum bebodum ic ná ne dwelsode (erravi), Ps. L. 118, 110.

dweorg. Add :-- Duerg nanus vel pumilio, Txts. 80, 686. Duerh, 110, 1176. ¶ Dwarfs were supposed to be able to injure living creatures. v. Grmm. D. M. (trans.), pp. 460 sqq. :-- Dweorg on weg tó dónne ... syle etan þám untruman men æ-acute;r þæ-acute;re tíde hys tócymes, swá on dæge swá on nihte, swæþer hyt sý, his tógan(g) bið ðearle strang, Lch. i. 364, 13-17. (The disease meant is convulsions, Cockayne.) Wrít ðis ondlang ðá earmas wið dweorh, iii. 38, 29. Wið [d]weorh man sceal niman .VII. lytle oflæ-acute;tan ..., 42, 3. [v. N. E. D. dwarf.] v. werc in Dict.

dweorge-dwostle. Add :-- Duuergaedostae (duergae-), duergedostle pulegium, Txts. 90, 831. Dweorges dwostle, Wrt. Voc. i. 68, 61. v. in Dict. dwyrge-dwysle.

dwild. Add: [Mikell hæþenndom and hefig dwilde, Orm. 9736.]

dwilman. l. dwylman. Cf. dwolma: dwimor. Add :-- Dwimer portenta (?), An. Ox. 50, 1. [Cf. Laym. dweorner-cræft, -lac.]: dwínan. For Cot. 190 read Wrt. Voc. ii. 84, 42, and add: v. tó-dwínan.

-dwol; adj. v. ge-dwol.

dwola error. Add: , dwala (q. v. in Dict.) :-- Duola error, Mt. L. 27, 64. Dwola, p. 3, 4. Unwísdómes &l-bar; duoles blendnise ignorantiae cecitate, Rtl. 38, 9. On dwolan gebringan þá þe Gode gecorene wæ-acute;ron, Wlfst. 196, 9. Mið dwala errore, Mt. p. 3, 10. Þ-bar; in duala (gedwolan, R.) inn biðon gelæ-acute;ded ut in errorem inducantur, 24, 24. Þone dwolan þára manna [þe wénaþ þæt] sáwle næbben nán edleán æfter þisse worulde heora gearnunge eorum errorem, qui animarum merita nulla esse apud te putant, Shrn. 167, 27. [v. N. E. D. dwele; sb.]