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EÁSTER-FREÓLSDÆG--EÁST-WIXAN 175

gesette Eástorfeasten (Eásterfæsten, v. l.) (cf. hé bebeád þæt feówertiglice fæsten æ-acute;r Eástrum, Bd. 3, 8; Sch. 219, 20), Chr. 639; P. 27, 19.

Eáster-freólsdæg, es; m. The feast day of the Passover:--Æ-acute;r þám Eásterfreólsdæge ante diem festum Paschae, Jn. 13, 1.

Eáster-gewuna, an; m. An Easter custom:--Hé tó þám mynstre férde on þæ-acute;re ylcan tíde þe heora Eástergewuna wæ-acute;ron (wæs ?) tógædere becuman, Hml. S. 23 b, 643.

Eáster-lic. Add: I. v. Eáster, I:--Ymbe þæne eásterlican dæg wé eów wyllað gecýðan þ-bar; hé wæs on þæ-acute;re ealdan æ-acute; tribus argumentorum indiciis preceptum, Angl. viii. 330, 4. II. v. Eáster, II:--Þis eástorlice gerýno, Bl. H. 83, 7. Þæs eásterlican mónðes angin the beginning of the lunar month in which Easter falls, Angl. viii. 330, 1. On beorhtre eásterlicre gefeán claro paschali gaudio, Hy. S. 86, 13. Þá eásterlican mæ-acute;rsunge Crístes æ-acute;ristes, Angl. xii. 514, 4. Þá eásterlican tíd, Lch. iii. 238, 29. On þá hálgan eásterlicon tíd, Ll. i. 244, 3. Þá eásterlican dagas, Bl. H. 35, 31. III. v. Eáster, III:--Æfter þæ-acute;re eásterlican emnihte, Angl. viii. 330, 6.

Eáster-mónaþ. Add:--Þone mónaþ man nemneð on Læden Aprelis, and on úre geþeóde Eastermónaþ, Shrn. 69, 16. [O. H. Ger. óstar&dash-uncertain;mánot.]

eást-ern. Substitute: eásterne; adj. I. marking position. (1) in the east:--Leóht eásternes tungles lux eoi sideris, Hy. S. 22, 9. (2) of the east part of the world, eastern:--Of Asian lande þæs eásternan ríces, Hml. S. 25, 752. Eásterne tungelwítegan eoi magi, Wrt. Voc. ii. 143, 58. Þá eásternan tungelwítegan, Hml. Th. i. 106, 24. Þá eásternan and Gréciscean munecas, Hex. 32, 6. Of eásternum leódum, Hml. S. 28, 9: Hml. Th. i. 486, 10. (2 a) used substantively, an Eastern, an oriental:--Ealle þá Eásternan and þá Egiptiscan, Lch. iii. 256, 6. Þone regol ðá Eásternan and eác swylce Grécas healdað, Hml. S. 3, 146. Se wer (Job) wæs swíðe mæ-acute;re betwux eallum Eásternum, Hml. Th. ii. 446, 15. II. marking direction of the wind, east, from the east:--Feówer heáfodwindas synd: se fyrmesta is eásterne wind, Lch. iii. 274, 13: Gen. 315. [O. Sax. óstroni: O. H. Ger. óstróni: Icel. austrænn.] v. súþ-, súþan-eásterne.

Eáster-sunnandæg, es; m. Easter Sunday:--Ic an heofonas ástáh an þone hálgan Eástorsunnandæg, Wlfst. 222, 21.

Eáster-symbel, es; n. The Passover:--On ðæ-acute;m dæge gearuadon hiora mett tó Eástrosymble, Jn. 19, 42 margin.

Eáster-tíd. Add: I. v. Eáster, I:--Wæs seó tíd þám folce geset tó Eástertíde . . . Nú is his ðrowung and his æ-acute;rist úre Eástertíd, Hml. Th. i. 312, 8, 19. Hyt wæs gehende heora (the Jews) Eástertíde, Hml. A. 67, 60. II. v. Eáster, II:--On sumum geáre byð se móna twelf síðon geníwod fram þæ-acute;re hálgan Eástertíde oð eft Eástron, Lch. iii. 248, 22. Is beboden on ðám regole þe ús gewissað be þæ-acute;re Eástertíde þ-bar; næ-acute;fre ne sý se hálga Eásterdæg gemæ-acute;rsod æ-acute;r þan þe seó lenctenlice emniht sý ágán, 256, 11. On Eástertíd, Chr. 774; P. 51, 28. Ðám mannum ðe ic nú on Eástertídum feoh sealde, C. D. ii. 115, 21.

Eáster-wucu. Add:--Gestód hine seó ádl þon Wódnesdæg néhst Eástron and þá eft þan ylcan dæge on þæ-acute;re Eástorwucan hé þæt líf of þám líchaman sende, Guth. 80, 7. Innon þæ-acute;re Eásterwucan on .xiiii. &k-bar;. UNCERTAIN Mai, Chr. 1061; P. 190, 2. Æ-acute;r þám hálgan Eástron and ealle þá Eásterwucan ante sanctum Pascha et per totam hebdomadam paschalem, Ll. Th. ii. 190, 18.

eáste-weard. Substitute: eáste-weard; adj. Eastward, east, eastern part of the noun to which the word is applied:--Þæt býne land is eásteweard brádost. Eásteweard hit mæg bión syxtig míla brád, Ors. 1, 1; S. 18, 29, 30. Búton gewaldenum dæ-acute;le eásteweardes þæs folces, Chr. 894; P. 86, 13. From eástewearde middangearde ab oriente, Nar. 25, 24. On eásteweardre (eástwarde, v. l.) Cent ad orientalem Cantiae plagam, 893; P. 84, 5; Bd. 1, 25; Sch. 51, 18. On ðá foryrðe eástewerde, C. D. iii. 449, 32. Se here oferhergeade alle Cent eástewearde, Chr. 865; P. 68, 11. Hié cómon on Eást-seaxna lond eásteweard, 895; P. 88, 21. Eást on ðá ealdan díc oð ídel híwisce eásteweard, C. D. v. 319, 22. Oð Indéas eástewearde, Met. 16, 18. ¶ used substantively:--Þæt Babylonicum (ríce) wæs þæt forme and on eáste weardum Babylonium regnum ab oriente, Ors. 2, l; S. 60, 2. v. weste-weard.

Eást-folc. For Som. Ben. Lye substitute:--Eástfolcum eeois, Wrt. Voc. ii. 31, 75.

eást-gársecg, es; m. The eastern ocean:--Þ-bar; hé his ríce gebræ-acute;dde oþ þone eástgársecg ut oceano ultimoque oriente finiret imperium, Ors. 3, 9; S. 132, 5.

eást-gemæ-acute;re, es; n. An eastern boundary:--Hé cóm on India eást&dash-uncertain;gemæ-acute;ra, Ors. 3, 9; S. 132, 29.

eást-healf. Add:--Seó Asia on æ-acute;lce healfe is befangen mid sealtum wætre búton on eásthealfe Asia absque orientali parte undique circumdata est mari, Ors. 1, 1; S. 12, 12. On eásthealfe þæs landes líþ gársecg, S. 14, 2. [O. H. Ger. óst-halba (óstar-): cf. Icel. austr-hálfa.]

eást-healh. v. healh.

Eást-land. Substitute: eást-land, es; n. I. an eastern land; in pl. eastern lands, the East:--Hé cóm tó þám eástlande venit in terram orientalem, Gen. 29, 1. Hé monega anwealdas mid gewinnum geeóde on þæ-acute;m eástlondum plurima per orientem bella gessit, Ors. 3, 11; S. 150, 17. Gewinn on eástlondum Orientis bella, 5, 2; S. 218, 21. Maximianus hé gesette on þá eástlond Maximium in Oriente constituit, 6, 30; S. 280, 33. Hé begeat ealle þá eástlond, 3, 11; S. 144, 1. [Cf. O. H. Ger. óstar-lant oriens: Icel. austr-lönd; pl. the East.] II. Esthonia:--Eástan of Eástlande . . . Þæt Eástland is swýðe mycel, Ors. 1, 1; S. 20, 10, 14. Cf. Ósti, 16, 29. [Icel. Eist-land Esthonia.] v. Éste.

eást-lang; adj. Lying in an easterly direction:--On ðá eástlangan dícwale, C. D. v. 334, 28. v. west-lang; adj.

eást-lang; adv. Dele bracket, and add: v. west-lang; adv.

eást-leóde; pl. m. Eastern people, orientals:--Hé scare hæfde eást&dash-uncertain;leóda þeáwe habuerat tonsuram more orientalium, Bd. 4, 1; Sch. 339, 15.

eást-norþ; adv. North-east:--Ryhte be-eástan him sindon Bæ-acute;me, and eástnorþ sindon Þyringas, Ors. 1, 1; S. 16, 4: 8.

eást-norþerne; adj. North-east:--Cóman eástnorþerne windas, Ap. Th. 11, 2.

eástnorþ-wind, es; m. A north-east wind:--Eástnorþwind, eústnord&dash-uncertain;uind boreus, Txts. 46, 162. Eóstnorðwind chorus, 51, 460. Eástnorð&dash-uncertain;wind, Wrt. Voc. ii. 126, 52.

eást-portic, es; n. An east porch or portico:--Þæt eástportic wæs on lenge twéntig fæðma be þæs temples wídnysse and wæs týn fæðma wíd, Hml. Th. ii. 578, 12.

eá-streám. Add:--Eástreám ýða, Dan. 385.

eá-streám-ýþ. Dele, and see preceding word: -eástrian. v. ge&dash-uncertain;eástrian.

eást-ríce. Substitute: I. an empire in the east, the East:--Ðæt eástríce in Asiria gefeóll . . . Ninus rícsade on ðon eástríce lii wintra, Ors. 2, 1; S. 62, 7, 13. Constantinopolis is nú þ-bar; héhste cynesetl and heáfod ealles eástríces Constantinopolis nunc imperii sedes et totius caput Orientis est, 3, 7; S. 116, 13. Asia on eástríce, Affrica on súðdæ-acute;le, Ælfc. T. Grn. 4, 39. Genáman þára apostola líchaman Grécas and woldan læ-acute;don on Eástríce, Bl. H. 193, 10. II. a kingdom that lies to the east of another:--Fór se here of þæ-acute;m eástríce (the kingdom of the East Franks) westweard, Chr. 893; P. 84, 2. [Cf. O. H. Ger. óstar-ríchi oriens: Icel. austr-ríki.]

eást-rihte. Add: due east:--Beág þæt land þæ-acute;r eástryhte, Ors. 1, 1; S. 17, 14.

eást-rihtes; adv. Due east:--Of fótmæ-acute;le éstrihtes on wulfputt, C. D. iii. 449, 31, 27.

eást-sæ-acute;. Add:--Eástsæ-acute; mare eoum, Wrt. Voc. i. 41, 65.

Eást-Seaxe. Add:--Eást-Sexena landes is syofon þúsend hýda, C. D. B. i. 414, 30.

eást-stæp, es; n. The east bank of a stream:--Of Afenan eáststaðæ, C. D. v. 216, 35.

eást-súþ; adv. South-east:--Eástsúth ad euronothum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 98, 2l. Eástsúð, 4, 19. Be-eástan him is Wineda lond . . . and eást&dash-uncertain;súþ Maroara, Ors. 1, 1; S. 16, 10.

eástsúþ-dæ-acute;l, es; m. The south-east part:--Fram eástsúðdæ-acute;le heofones, þæt is fram heánnesse þæ-acute;re winterlican sunnan uppgange ab Euroaustro, id est ab alto brumalis exortus, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 355, 1.

eástsúþ-lang. v. westnorþ-lang in Dict.

eást-þeód, e; f. An eastern people:--Þæ-acute;m eástþeódum gewelgode orientis provinciis ditati, Nar. 3, 26.

Eást-Þyringas; pl. The East Thuringians, Víd. 86.

eást-weard. Substitute for the example:--Eástweard orientem uersum, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 225, 9. (1) defining direction of motion:--Gewende se here eástweard intó Frommúðan, Chr. 998; P. 131, 12. Hí wendon eástweard tó Lundene, 1013; P. 143, 25. (2) defining diiection of measurement:--Þæ-acute;r scýt se ende úp of þám gársecge betuh þám twám beorgum eástweard, Ors. 1, 1; S. 26, 23. (3) defining position, attitude, so as to face to the east:--Wé wendað ús eástweard þonne wé ús ge&dash-uncertain;biddað, Hml. Th. i. 262, 5. Wende þé eástweard . . . and cweð . . . 'Eástweard ic stande,' Lch. i. 398, 26-28. Tó middes mergenes stande hé eástweard, ii. 116, 8. v. west-weard.

eást-weardes; adv. Eastwards. (1) of direction:--Án scínende weg mid rihte stige eástweardes wæs áþæned tó heofonum, Gr. D. 176, 2. (2) of position:--Hé oðstód eástweardes wendende, Hml. S. 33 b, 162. Hé geseah þæs wífes líchaman orsáwle licgende, and þá handa . . . eástweardes gewende, 743. v. preceding word.

eást-weg. Substitute: A way to or in the east; in pl. eastern parts, the east:--Þonan mæg hé on eástwegum síð behealdan hwonne swegles tapur hæ-acute;dre blíce (cf. hwan sie (the Magi) an óstarwegun gisáhin kumbal liuhtian hédro, Hél. 634), Ph. 113. Hí gelæ-acute;ddon on langne síð Israéla cyn on eástwegas tó Babilonia, Dan. 69. Ofer eástwegis travelling from the east, El. 255: 996. [Cf. Icel. austr-vegr used especially of Russia, Wenden, the East Baltic.]

eást-Wille (-as?); pl. The people of some district in England:--Eást-Wlla landes is syx hund hýda, C. D. B. i. 414, 29.

Eást-Wixan. v. Wixan.