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174 EÁSTA--EÁSTER-FÆSTEN

provincias illustravit, Ald. 25, 31, the glosses to which in Hpt. Gl. 451, 13, 16 are, Eoae i. orientis þára eástan (in margin) . . . Indiae þæ-acute;re eástan: in Wrt. Voc. ii. 31, 73 Eoae is glossed by eástdæ-acute;las), An. Ox. 1894. Andlanges þæs eástran mylengeares, C. D. B. ii. 305, 240. On þonæ eásteran weg, C. D. v. 319, 19: Cht. Crw. 4, 36. Is sió eáste-meste þeód háten Libia, Ors. 1, 1; S. 24, 33. On þæ-acute;m eástemestan onwalde, 6, 1; S. 252, 5. Cf. west; adj.

eásta. Dele, and see be-eástan: eá-stæþ. v. eá-steþ in Dict. for passage.

eá-stán, es; m. A stone taken from a river (?):--Eác hylpð gif mon mid eástánum onbærnedum þá meoluc gewyrð, Lch. ii. 218, 23.

eástan; adj. Dele.

eástan; adv. Add: I. marking direction of movement:--Forð oferfóran folcmæ-acute;ro land eástan æ-acute;fæste men, Gen. 1802. Eástan hider Engle and Seaxe úp becómon, Chr. 973; P. 110, 3. Gotan eástan of Sciðþia sceldas læ-acute;ddon, Met. 1, 1: Víd. 8. I a. of wind:--Þone stearcan wind norþan and eástan, Bt. 4; F. 8, 6: Met. 12, 15. I b. of light:--Syððan God eástan sende leóhtne leóman, Jud. 190. Þis ne dagað eástan, Fin 3. II. marking direction of measurement, giving quarter from which measurement is made:--Affrica onginð eástan westwerd fram Egyptum æt þæ-acute;re ee þe man Nilus hæ-acute;t measured from the east westwards Africa starts from Egypt at the river Nile, Ors. 1, 1; S. 24, 32. Se morgensteorra cymþ eástan úp, Bt. 39, 13; F. 234, 4: Met. 29, 20, 26. [O. Sax. óstan: Icel. austan.] v. be-, norþan-, súþan-, wiþ-eástan; cf. westan.

eástane (-ene); adv. I. marking direction of movement, from the east:--Gif hé eástane of Asiam Italiam gesóhte, Ors. 3, 8; S. 122, 28. Þonne hé eft wæ-acute;re eástane (-ene, v. l.) hámweard, 6, 31; S. 286, 10. II. marking direction of measurement, v. eástan, II:--Þá beorgas onginnað æ-acute;rest eástane of þæ-acute;m gársecge and þonne licgað west&dash-uncertain;ryhte, 1, 1; S. 14, 8. Dioclitianus and Maximianus bebudon éhtnesse, Dioclitianus eástane (-ene, v. l.) (in oriente), 6, 30; S. 280, 18. [O. Sax. O. H. Ger. óstana.]

eástan-norþan; adv. From the north-east:--Eástannorþan ab borea, Wrt. Voc. ii. 98, 30. Eástannorðan, 4, 16. v. be-eástannorþan.

eástannorþan-wind, es; m. A north-east wind:--Eástannorðan&dash-uncertain;windes chori, Wrt. Voc. ii. 14, 25.

eástan-súþan. Substitute: adv. From the south-east:--Eástansúdan ab euro, Wrt. Voc. ii. 98, 20. Eástansúðan, 4, 18. [O. H. Ger. óstan&dash-uncertain;sundan.]

eástansúþan-wind, es; m. A south-east wind:--Eástansúþanwind vulturnus, Wrt. Voc. i. 36, 12.

eástan-wind, es; m. An east wind:--Eástenwind subsolanus, Wrt. Voc. i. 36, 12. [O. H. Ger. óstan-wint: Icel. austan-vindr.]

eást-cyning, es; m. An eastern king:--Wið Seleucus þone eást&dash-uncertain;cyning (cf. Seleucus begeat ealle þá eástlond, S. 144, 1), Ors. 3, 11; S.

148, 35.

eást-dæ-acute;l. Add:--Dioclitianus in eástdæ-acute;le middangeardes in oriente, Bd. 1, 6; Sch. 18, 14. Cómon fram eástdæ-acute;le middangeardes þrý tungelwítegan . . . 'Wé gesáwon his steorran on eástdæ-acute;le,' Hml. Th. i. 78, 4-7. Of eástdæ-acute;le, Chr. 2; P. 4, 28. Heofon biþ open on þæ-acute;m eástdæ-acute;le, Bl. H. 93, 1. Mathéum hé gedyde gangan tó þám eástdæ-acute;le, 239, 16. Hé is eást irnende from eástdæ-acute;le þurh Æthiopica wéstenne (orientem versus per Aethiopica deserta prolabi), and þæ-acute;r mon hæ-acute;t þá eá Ion oþ þone eástdæ-acute;l, Ors. 1, 1; S. 12, 27. Eástdæ-acute;las Eoae, Wrt. Voc. ii. 31, 73. v. west-dæ-acute;l.

Eást-Dene; pl. The East-Danes:--Aldor Eást-Dena, B. 392: 616. Eást-Denum, 828: Rún. 22.

eáste, an; f. (?) The east. See first passage under eást; adj.

eást-ende. Add:, the east part of a country, of the earth, the east:--On eástende þæ-acute;re heofonan, Angl. viii. 310, 10. Seó eorþe on þæ-acute;m norþende and on þám eástende sprecaþ him betweónum, Bl. H. 93, 11. Asia ongén ðæ-acute;m middeldæ-acute;le on þám eástende Asia ad mediam frontem orientis, Ors. 1, 1; S. 10, 6. On ðæ-acute;m eástende þisses middangeardes orientem, 3, 9; S. 128, 33. Hé nom Ilirice, and begeondan þæ-acute;m þone eástende and þone mæ-acute;stan dæ-acute;l þisses middangeardes Illyricum, Asiam et Orientem, 6, 30; S. 280, 26. Hé gespeón him tó ealle Kentingas, and ealle þá butsecarlas of Hæstingan and ðæ-acute;r æ-acute;ghwár be þæ-acute;re sæ-acute; riman, and eallne þæne eástende and Súð-Sexan, Chr. 1052; P 178, 26.

Eást-Engle. Add: (the word may often be translated by) East Anglia:--Norþhymbre and Eást-Engle hæfdon Ælfréde cyninge áþa geseald, and Eást-Engle foregíslas .vi., Chr. 894; P. 84, 20. Eást-Engla cyning and seó þeód gesóhte Ecgbryht . . . and Eást-Engle slógon Beornwulf, 823; P. 60, 17-19. Eást-Engla (-e MS.) landes is þrittig þúsend hýda, C. D. B. i. 414, 29. Ofer Norðhymbra lond and Eást-Engla, Chr. 895; P. 88, 20. Ðæ-acute;r wærð Eást-Engla folces seó yld ofslagen, 1004; P. 135, 36. Hé búde on Eást-Englum, and þæt lond æ-acute;rest gesæt, 890; P. 82, 10. Hí wintersetl námon on Eást-Englum, and hié him friþ wiþ námon. Hér fór se here of Eást-Englum, 866-7; P. 68, 14-16. On Lindesse and on Eást-Englum and on Cantwarum wurdon monige men ofslægene, 838; P. 64, 1. Felix bodade Eást-Englum (-Eanglum, v. l.), 636; P. 26, 5. Se here on Eást-Englum (Ést-, v. l.), 885; P. 80, 8. Rád se here ofer Mierce innan Eást-Engle, 870; P. 70, 5. Fór se here on Eást-Engle and gesæt þæt lond and gedæ-acute;lde, 870; P. 76, 26. Sende Ælfréd cyng sciphere of Cænt on Eást-Engle, 885; P. 79, 18. Eást-Englan, 1017; P. 154, 4.

eáster. Substitute: Eástre, an (es in North); pl. an, on, un. [In W. S. the (wk.) pl. is almost always used, in the North sing. and pl., strong and wk. forms occur.] I. of the Jewish festival, the pass&dash-uncertain;over:--Freólsdæg azimorum is gecweden Eástre (-on, v. l.: Eóstro, L., Eóstru, R. pascha), Lk. 22, 1. Þ-bar;te wére geslægen Eóstro (Eóstrn, R.),

Lk. L. 22, 7. Eástran on æ-acute;fen Paschae vespere, Hy. S. 82, 19. Þone Eástres dæg pascha diem, Bd. 5, 22; Sch. 685, 4. Eástres (Eástra, R.), Lk. L. 2, 41: Mk. p. 5, 11: Jn. p. 6, 11. Eástres (Eóstro, R.), Jn. L. 13, 1. Eóstres, Mk. p. 5, 18: Lk. p. 11, 16: Jn. 12, 1. Þínne Eástran geseón tuum Pascha videre, Hy. S. 56, 25. Æfter twám dagum beóð Eástro (-on, v. l., Eástran, R. Eástro bið Pascha fiet, L.), Mt. 26, 2. Wæ-acute;ron Eástron (wæs Eástro (Eóstru, R.)), Mk. 14, 1. Judéa Eástron (néh wæs Eástro (Eóstrum, R.)) wæ-acute;ron gehende, and manega fóron æ-acute;r þám Eástron (Eástræ, L., Eóstrum, R.) proximum erat Pascha Iudaeorum, et ascenderunt multi ante Pascha, Jn. 11, 55. Eástrun, An. Ox. 40, 30, 29. Eástran úre Críst is pascha nostrum Christus est, Hy. S. 82, 27. Eástro úsra, Rtl. 25, 15. Ðæra eóstruna azymorum, Mk. R. 14, 12. Æ-acute;r Judéa Eástrum, Bl. H. 67, 24: 71, 24. Tó Eástron, Mt. 26, 17. Neáh Eástron (Eóstrum, R.), Jn. 2, 13. On Eástron, 23. Æ-acute;r þám Eástron (Eóstrum, R.), Jn. 12, 1. Þonne ytst ðú þíne Eástru mid grénum lactucum, Angl. viii. 323, 21. Þæt ic wyrce míne Eástro (Eástron, v. l., Eástra, R.), Mt. 26, 18. Hiæ-acute; gearwadun Eástran (Eástro, L.) paraverunt Pascha, 19. Þá hí Eástron (Eóstro, L., Eóstru, R.) offrodon, . . .

þ-bar; ðú Eástron (Eástro, L., Eóstru, R.) ete, Mk. 14, 12. II. of he Christian festival, Easter:--In swá hálgum dæge þæ-acute;re Eástron (þára Eástrena, v. l.), Gr. D. 308, 24. 'Arís . . . nú tó dæg wæ-acute;ron Eástran' . . . 'Ic wát þ-bar; hit Eástron wæ-acute;ron,' 99, 27-29. Hé wæs gefullod on Eástrum . . . þá wæron Éstran on .ii. idus Ap&r-tilde;., Chr. 626; P. 25, 16. Þá wæ-acute;ron Eástron on .iii. N&o-super; Ap&r-tilde;., 1042; P. 163, 19. Tó þám Eástran þe wæ-acute;ron æfter þám middanwintre þe se cyng forðférde, and wæ-acute;ron þá Eástran on þone dæg .xvi. k&l-bar;. Mai, 1066; P. 195, 29. On þisan Eástron cóm se kyng tó Wincestre, and þá wæ-acute;ron Eástra on .x. k&l-bar;. Ap&r-tilde;l., 1067; P. 202, 28. Eástron, Angl. viii. 330, 14, 15, 16. Þæ-acute;re ylcan nihte þára hálgan (þæ-acute;re hálegan) Eástrena eadem nocte sacrosancta dominici paschae, Bd. 2, 9; Sch. 147, 18. Eástran phase, Wrt. Voc. ii. 68, 80. Æ-acute;r Eástrum, Ll. Th. ii. 438, 25. Æ-acute;r þám hálgan Eástron ante sanctum Pascha, 190, 18. Néhst Eástron (-um, v. l.), Gr. D. 308, 15. Tó rihtum Eástrum, Chr. 716; P. 43, 15: 627; P. 25, 29. Æfter Eástron, 875; P. 73, 6. Ofer Eástron, 878; P. 76, 6. Þæt hié Eástron onryht heóldon, 716; P. 42, 15. Fram þæ-acute;re hálgan Eástertíde oð eft Eástron from the holy Eastertide until Easter again, Lch. iii. 248, 23. III. of a season of the year, spring:--Hwæþer þú fægerra blóstmæna fægnige on eástran swelce þú hié gescópe . . . hwæþer hit ðínes gewealdes sié þ-bar; se hærfest sié swá welig on wæstmum an vernis floribus ipse distingueris? aut tua in aestivos fructus intumescit ubertas?, Bt. 14, 1; F. 40, 24-28.

eáster; adj. Dele.

eáster-æ-acute;fen. Add:--On Sæternesdæge on þám hálgan Eásteræ-acute;fenne ipso sacratissimo vesperascente Sabbato Paschali, Gr. D. 83, 31. On Eásteræ-acute;fen Sancto Sabbato, Chr. 1047; P. 171, 12: Wlfst. 117, 2. On Ðunresdæg æ-acute;r Eástrum and on Frigedæg and on Eástoræ-acute;fen, Ll. Th. ii. 438, 25. Oð ðet Eástreæ-acute;fen, Chr. 1097; P. 233, 13.

eáster-dæg. Add: I. the day of the Passover:--Eásterdæg wæs se forman dæg on þæ-acute;re ealdan æ-acute;, þonne se móna wæs .xiiii., and þá seofon dagas þe þæ-acute;r æfter wæ-acute;ron wæ-acute;ron gecíged dies azimorum, Angl. viii. 330, 19. On Eásterdæges freólstíde in die solemni Paschae, Lk. 2, 41. Hí woldon habban þone hálgan Eásterdæg geblódegodne mid þæs Hæ-acute;lendes blóde, Hml. A. 67, 61. II. of the Christian festival. (1) a day in Easter-week:--Se forma Eásterdæg Easter Sunday, Guth. 82, 12. Æ-acute;r þám drihtenlican Eásterdæge before Easter Sunday, Hml. S. 23 b, 622. Þám forman Eástordæge, Chr. 685; P. 39, 18. On óðran Eásterdæge on Easter Monday, 1053; P. 182, 20. On forman Eásterdæg (on Æ-acute;sterdæg, v. l.), 1043; P. 163, 31. On ðone forman Eásterdæg, Bd. 5, 23; Sch. 685, 16. Þá Eásterlican dagas tácniaþ þá éccan eádignesse . . . swá magon wé þe máran blisse habban þá Eásterdagas, Bl. H. 35, 34. (2) Easter Sunday:--On Martius ofer .xii. k&l-bar;. Apr&l-bar; lóca hwæ-acute;r þú finde .xiiii. nihta ealdne mónan, ofer þ-bar; se niésta Sunnandæg bið Eástordæg, Lch. iii. 226, 20. Næ-acute;fre ne sý se hálga Eásterdæg gemæ-acute;rsod æ-acute;r þám þe seó lenctenlice emniht sý ágán, 256, 11: Angl. viii. 309, 37. Wæs Æ-acute;sterdæg þá on ðám datarum Idus Ap&r-tilde;., Chr. 1012; P. 142, 14. Þý hálegan Eásterdæge (Eástor-, v. l.) die sancto Paschae, Bd. 3, 6; Sch. 209, 10: Hml. S. 26, 88. On Eástoræ-acute;fen and on Eástordæg, Ll. Th. ii. 438, 26. Þone Eástordæg, Bd. 5, 22; Sch. 685, 5. [O. H. Ger. óstor-tag pascha.]

eáster-fæsten Lent. Add:--Ercenbriht . . . æ-acute;rost Engliscra cininga