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DYSIG -- EÁCNIAN 163

Kent. Gl. 183. Dysige butra (cum bruta mente, Ald. 202, 5), Wrt. Voc. ii. 96, 10: 12, 18. Dysige hebeti, 42, 75. Nys drenc cilda ne dysigra (stultorum), Coll. M. 35, 19. Þú dysegost manna, Hml. Th. ii. 416, 13. v. yfel-dysig.

dysig; n. Add :-- Bigspellbóc, ná swilce gé secgað, ac wisdómes bigspell and warnung wið disig, Æ-acute;lfc. T. Grn. 7, 38. v. frum-dysig; dysigu.

dysig-dóm. Add :-- Andswara stuntan æfter dysigdóme his (juxta stultitiam suam), Scint. 95, 14. Dysigdóme gelettendum imperitia impediente, Angl. xiii. 372, 97.

dysig-nes. Add :-- Eálá on hú micelre dysignesse men nú sindon O dura mens hominum et cor semper inhumanum, Ors. 3, 9; S. 136, 17. Swá hwæt swá wé þurh hwylce dysignesse gedón habban, Hml. A. 143, 137.

dysigu (-o); indict. or gen. e; f. Folly, stupidity :-- Neátum gelíce for eówre dysige, Bt. 26; F. 90, 3. v. dysig; n.

dys-lic. Add :-- Dyslic absurdum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 2, 32. Dyselic, An. Ox. 7, 130. Dyslic bið þæt hwá woruldlice spéda forhogige for manna herunge and beó on Godes dóme geniðerod, Hml. Th. i. 60, 32: Bt. 34, 3; F. 136, 28. Dys(e)lic dyrstignes. v. dyrstignes. Hit ðincð ungelæ-acute;redum mannum dyselig tó gehýrenne, Hml. Th. i. 94, 35. Fela dyslice dæ-acute;da deriað mancynne, Hml. S. 13, 91. Hé ádreáh his líf on dyslicum weorcum, 26, 245. Mid dislicum glencgum stolidis (i. stultis) pompis, An. Ox. 1216.

dys-líce. Add :-- Dyslíce fatuiter, Wrt. Voc. ii. 38, 41. Þá férdon his men dyslíce æfter inne, Chr. 1052; P. 173, 24. Nú dóð menn dyslíce, þ-bar; hí willað wacian and wodlíce drincan, Hml. S. 13, 75. Sume menn dyslíce fæstað ofer heora mihte, 93.

dystig. l. dýstig, and for Cot. 183 substitute :-- Ðý dýstgan pulverulenta, Wrt. Voc. ii. 89, 31. v. dústig.

dýþ, e; f. fuel, tinder :-- Dýþe malleoli (ambustas malleoli machinas, Ald. 23, 8. Cf. malleolus, genus fomenti aput Persas: malleolus, sarmenta, Corp. Gl. H. 75, 2, 5), An. Ox. 2, 43: Hpt. 445, 39. v. dúþ-hamor.

dyþhomar. l. dýþ-homar. v. dúþ-hamor; dýþ: dyttan. Add: [v. N. E. D. dit.]

E

a river. Add: gen. ié, é; dat. ié, ee; dat. pl. eáuum, éum :-- Eá amnis, Wrt. Voc. i. 80, 56. Eá mid treówum ymbset amnis, 54, 16. Seó eá (éa, MS.) Danai, Ors. 1, 1; S. 8, 16: Nar. 35, 5. Se múþa þæ-acute;re ié (íe, MS.), Ors. 1, 1; S. 10, 13. Ælfe múþa þæ-acute;re ié, 16, 6. Cymþ þ-bar; wæter úp æt ðám æ-acute;welme, wyrþ ðonne tó bróce, ðonne tó eá, ðonne andlang eá oþ hit wyrþ eft tó sæ-acute;, Bt. 34, 6; F. 140, 20. On twá healfe þæ-acute;re é, Chr. 894; P. 87, 22. On æ-acute;gþere healfe eás, 918; P. 100, 6. In Danai þæ-acute;re ié (íe, MS. fluvio), Ors. 1, 1; S. 8, 10, 11, 14. Forþ bí þæ-acute;re eá, S. 17, 22. Æt þæ-acute;re ee, S. 24, 33. Tó ánre eá (éá, MS.), Hml. S. 30, 328. Be þæ-acute;re eæ-acute;, Chr. 896; P. 89, 11. On þæ-acute;re æ-acute; þínes willan torrente voluntatis tuae, Ps. Th. 35, 8. Ofer þá eá (éa, MS.), Ors. 1, l; S. 8, 30. Ic ána wát eá rinnende, Lch. iii. 36, 25. Monega eá (éa, MS.) sindon be noman nemnede, 2, 4; S. 72, 12. Ðá eá stódon, Bt. 35, 6; F. 168, 8. Ealle eán (éán MS. flumina) eft gewendað þanon þe hí æ-acute;r cómon, Angl. vii. 36, 343: Hml. S. 15, 176: Lch. iii. 254, 23. On æ-acute;ghwelcra eá múþum, Bt. 32, 3; F. 118, 19. Ealdor eá caput fluviorum, Nar. 35, 20. On þæ-acute;re stówe þe genemned is æt eá mótum, Chr. 926; P. 107, 24. On sæ-acute; and on eáuum, Hex. 14, 7. Betux þæ-acute;m twám eán, Ors. 3, ll; S. 144, 4: Nar. 35, 18. Æt Tweoxn-eám (Tweoxnám, v. l.), Chr. 901; P. 92, 4. [v. N. E. D. ea.] v. neáh-eá.

eá; interject. Add :-- Eálá eá! is þ-bar; þonne forweorþfullic wela?, Bt. 29, 1; F. 102, 14. Eálá wuldor þisse worulde, eá! for hwí ðé hátan dysige men wuldor?, 30, 1; F. 108, 2. Eálá (eá, v. l.) mín cild, eá!, 34, 12; F. 154, 9.

eác; prep. Dele 'DER., tó-eác', and add :-- Swíðulf biscop and Ceólmund ealdormon ... and Eádulf cynges þegn ..., and manige eác him (tó eácan him, v. l.), Chr. 897; P. 90, 9. Monige eác him (eác tó him, eác mid him, v. ll.), 905; P. 94, 10, 15. Ðæt is nú þæs líchoman gód, þ-bar; mon sié fæger and strang ... and manegu óþru gód tó eác þæ-acute;m (eác þæ-acute;m, v. l.), Bt. 34, 6; F. 140, 32. ¶ eác þæ-acute;m (þon) besides, moreover :-- Aec ðon quin etiam, Wrt. Voc. ii. 118, 54. Eác þon ceterum, Nar. 9, 14. Eác þæ-acute;m (moreover) monega eá sindon be noman nemnede for þæ-acute;m gefeohte, Ors. 2, 4; S. 72, 12. Eác þan, Ll. Th. i. 36, 9.

eác; conj. l. adv., and add: I. where there is addition of objects :-- Þæ-acute;r wearð Síulf ealdorman ofslægen ... and Eádwold, and manige eác tó him, ... swíðe mænige eác mid him, Chr. 905; P. 95, 16, 20. Þá cinges þegnas ..., ge eác sum dæ-acute;l þæs Norð-Wealcynnes, 894; P. 87, 18. Hý habbaþ eall þ-bar; ðá unstyriendan habbaþ, and eác máre tó, Bt. 41, 5; F. 252, 26. II. where there is addition of condition or circumstance :-- Hét ic æ-acute;lcne mon hine gegerwan, and faran forð, and þ-bar; eác bebeád ðæt ..., Nar. 9, 37. Drihten is mid þé on þínre heortan and on þínum innoþe and eác on þínum fultome, Bl. H. 5, 12. Salde se here him micle áþas þæt hié of his ríce uuoldon, and him eác gehéton þæt ..., Chr. 878; P. 76, 14. Be westan Sealwuda ge be eástan, ge eác be norþan Temese, 894; P. 87, 17: Bl. H. 15, 4: 21, 10. Hié beóð úpáhafene and eác beóð onbærnde ... ge eác beoð besmitene, 25, 7. Hé for þon ús gesette þ-bar; wé hine biddan sceoldan, þý wé sceolan þonne eác úre heortan geclæ-acute;nsian, ... Gehýran wé eác þ-bar; ..., 21, 2-5. III. combined with (1) swá :-- Fóron micel dæ-acute;l þára burgwara, and eác swá óþres folces, Chr. 896; P. 89, 5. Línsæ-acute;d sáwan, wádsæ-acute;d eác swá, Angl. ix. 262, 11. Beóð henna ákende ... eác swá (preterea) beóð wildeór ácennede, Nar. 34, 4. Wæs ic sáriges módes and þá míne frýnd swá eác, 30, 15. (2) swilce :-- Ac eác swylce uerum, An. Ox. 2917: uerum etiam, 4096. Næs nó on gesundum þingum ánum, ac eác swylce on wiðerweardum þingum, Bl. H. 13, 8.

eáca. Add: I. addition, increase :-- Ðonne ys ðis se eáca on landum ðæt hé hæfð of his ágenum ðæt mynster mid gegódod, C. D. iv. 274, 32. Hwæt se eáca is ðe ic geunnen hæbbe, 51, 23. Nán nis swá welig þ-bar; hé sumes eácan ne þurfe, Bt. 33, 1; F. 120, 16. Seó gnornung is mé eald for gewunan, níwe for (þurh, v. l.) eácan (per augmentum), Gr. D. 4, 9. Eácan au(g)menta, Kent. Gl. 66. I a. addition to something :-- Tó eácan mínum sáre in augmentum mei doloris, Gr. D. 6, 20. Ic fíftýne geár þé tó fyrste læ-acute;te ðínum dagum tó eácan, Hml. S. 18, 429. Þæt gástlicum mægenum gearwige eácen (incrementum), Scint. 209, 12. Æ-acute;nigne eácan tó úrum friðgildum, Ll. Th. i. 238, 16. I b. increase of something :-- Þæt hé his æ-acute;we healde and álýfedlíce for folces eácan bearn gestreóne, Hml. Th. ii. 94, 20: Ælfc. Gen. Thw. 2, 6. Melu on swefnum handlian eácan ceápas getácnað, Lch. iii. 204, 4, 31. I c. in various special applications, (1) increase of goods :-- Wylspring on húse his gesihð beón geopenad eácan oððe blisse getácnað, Lch. iii. 204, 16. (2) a reinforcement to an army :-- Him cóm micel eáca tó æ-acute;gþer ge of Eást-Englum ge of Norbhymbrum, Chr. 894; P. 87, 11. (3) additional words, a supplement, appendix :-- Swíðe ryhtlíce wæs se eáca ðæ-acute;r tó gedón, ðá mon cuæð: 'Wyrceað fæsten ymb ðá burg,' Past. 163, 4. Hér is git óþer wel gód eáca, Wlfst. 180, 1. (4) a suffixed particle :-- Þrý eácan synd met, pte, ce, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 107, 3. II. something in excess, overplus :-- In þæ-acute;re tócnáwnesse æ-acute;gðres gedáles weaxeþ se éca (cumulus) þæs edleánes, Gr. D. 311, 12. II a. with numbers, more :-- Ehta fóta and lytel eáca, Lch. ii. 218, 24. Ymb vii c wintra and ymb lytelne eácon, Ors. 6, 1; S. 252, 20. Hé ofslóh án hund þúsend manna and hundeahtatig ðúsend and sumne eácan ðæ-acute;rtó, Hml. S. 18, 404. [v. N. E. D. eke; sb. Icel. auki.] v. æt-, mann-eáca; tó-eácan.

-eáca; adj. v. bearn-eáca.

eácan, eácen; adj. Substitute for these: eácan; [p. eóc. pl. eócon]; pp. eácen, écen to increase (trans.) :-- Hí sculon æ-acute;lce dæg eácan (ýcan, v. l.) þ-bar; mon æ-acute;lce dæg wanaþ, Bt. 26, 2; F. 94, 1. Nó þás bebodu tó brecanne, ac mid eallum gódum tó eácanne (ícanne, v. l.), Ll. Th. i. 56, 2. ¶ eácen; ptcpl. (adj.). (1) increased, augmented :-- Eácne egesan, Sal. 473. Mé ecga dolg eácen weorðað þurh deáðslege dagum and nihtum wounds from the swords are increased upon me by deadly stroke day and night, Rä. 6, 13. (2) endowed with excellent qualities or properties, noble, excellent, great :-- Higeláces þegn, gód mid Geátum ... wæs mægenes strengest, ... æðele and eácen, B. 198: Rá. 34, 11. Eácen feoh (cf. hálig feoh, 201), Gen. 1517. Hé eácenne gást in sefan sende, snyttro cræftas, Dan. 485. Beorhtne sunu, beam eácen Godes, Cri. 205. Eald sweord eácen, B. 1663. Eácne eardas, 1621. Ic heáfde forcearf Grendeles módor eácnum ecgum, 2140. (2 a) endowed, inspired with something :-- Eácen afflatus (praesago spiritu, Ald. 35, 13), Wrt. Voc. ii, 79, 48: 5, 6. Adam wearð of Godes múðe gáste eácen, Gen. 1001: Rä. 10, 8. Bið seó móddor mægene eácen, 81, 15. Cræfte eácen, 21. Næ-acute;ron gé swá eácne módgeþances, Dan. 136. (3) pregnant :-- Eácene feta (coelesti pignore, Ald. 182, 5), Wrt. Voc. ii. 94, 40: 37, 40. Eácenu foeta, i. fecunda, plena, gravida, Wülck. Gl. 238, 8. On ðone dæg S&c-tilde;a Maria wæs eácen geworden, Shrn. 67, 9: Cri. 38: Deór. 11. Heó wæs magotimbre be Abrahame eácen worden, Gen. 2236: 2766. Of écnum ex fecundo (utero), Hpt. Gl. 404, 67. Idesa wurdon eácne, eaforan bróhtan on woruld, 2606. Wá éknum vae praegnantibus, Mt. R. 24, 19. [Goth. aukan: Icel. auka; p. iók: O. Sax. ókan pregnant: O. Fris. áken.] v. bearn-, feorh-, mægen-eácen; cf. ícan.

eácian; p. ode To increase (intrans.) :-- Hé him eác gesægð hú ðæ-acute;m monnum ðe him mægen and cræft wiexð, hú him eác hwílum eákiað æfter ðæ-acute;m mægenum ðá costunga crescente virtule plerumque bella tentationis augentur, Past. 163, 8. Ðonne hié geseóð ðára óðerra gesæ-acute;lða eáciende dum augmenta alienae prosperitatis aspiciunt, 231, 19. [Cf. O. H. Ger. auhón augere: Icel. auka; p. aði.]

eácnian. Add: I. to add :-- Þrý eácan synd þe man eácnað tó sumum casum, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 107, 3. II. to conceive, be pregnant :-- Ðá Maria eácnigende wæs, Hml. Th. i. 42, 2. Ðá eácniendan wíf praegnantes, Past. 366, 9. Wá eácniendum vae praegnantibus, Mt.