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ENDE-BYRDNIAN -- ENDE-MES 189

bodian, Hml. A. 146, 60. Cyrclicre endebyrdnysse ecclesiasticis gradibus, Guth. 90, 16. Hé weóx on endebyrdnysse (ordini), Gr. D. 67, 28. Ðá ðe ðá endebyrdnesse underfóð ðæs hálgan hádes qui ordinem sanctitatis habet, Past. 31, 11. VI. succession in place or time. (1) arrangement in which one thing follows another :-- Gif hwám þises sealmsanges fadung and endebyrdnes mislícað, R. Ben. 44, 14. Hwilcre endebyrdnesse þá sealmas tó cweþenne sýn, 6, 25 : 35, 13. Æfter endebyrdnesse per ordinem, Bd. 4, 5; Sch. 375, 9. Æfter þæ-acute;re endebyrdnesse þe se abbod gestaþelað gange sélc æfter óðrum tó cosse, 115, 2. Gesinge hé fiftig sealma be endebyrdnysse (juxta ordinem), Ll. Th. ii. 134, 12. Sindon twá béc gesette on endebyrdnisse tó Salamones bócum, Ælfc. T. Grn. 8, 41. In endebrednesse in ordine (uicis suae), Lk. R. L. 1, 8. Hí ealle sceolden þurh endebyrdnesse be hearpan singan, Bd. 4, 24 ; Sch. 482, 17. (2) succession of events :-- Mishwyrfedre endebyrdnysse ordine prepostero, An. Ox. 4870. Eall þás þing of endebyrdnysse (ex ordine) gefyllede wæ-acute;ron, Bd. 3, 15 ; Sch. 263, 2. (2 a) course of life :-- Hé him mid sóðe wítegunge his lífes endebyrdnysse sæ-acute;de, Hml. Th. ii. 148, 14: Hml. S. 5, 254. (3) with reference to narrative or statement in which circumstances are stated in proper order :-- Wit gerehton æfter endebyrdnysse be ealre uncer fóre, Hml. A. 107, 414. Hé þis æfter endebyrdnysse sægeð, 162, 238 : 152, 12. Hé him sæ-acute;de his síð be ændebyrdnysse, 107, 159: Hml. Th. ii. 486, 4: Hml. S. 7, 344. Mid endebrednisse áwríta ex ordine scribere, Lk. R. 1, 3. Þurh (be, v. l.) endebyrdnesse, Gr. D. 144, 26. (3 a) a regular narrative, a series of statements :-- Wé oferræ-acute;ddon þis godspel for gereccednysse ðæ-acute;re godspellican endebyrdnysse . . . nú wille wé eft oferyrnan þá ylcan godspellican endebyrdnysse, Hml. Th. i. 104, 3-8. Nú syndon hit þás dagas swá swá hit hér on segð. Se forma dæg on Martio . . . On Februaruis mónðe se .iiii. dæg . . . Wé gesetton on foreweardan þissere endebyrdnesse Martius, Lch. iii. 152, 8-31. Wé nymað of þám bócum þás endebyrdnysse þe Móyses áwrát, Ælfc. T. Grn. 3, 13. Wé habbað nú miccle máran endebyrdnysse þæ-acute;re Crístes béc gesæ-acute;d þonne ðis dægðerlice godspel behæfð we have mentioned many more circumstances than are contained in the gospel for the day, Hml. Th. i. 220, 24. (4) where superiority is marked by position, order; place in a series or company :-- On nánum stówum ne sý endebyrdnes be nánre ylde gefadod . . . Bútan þám ánum þe of hyra endebyrdnysse útor áscofene synd, oðþe innor genumene, æ-acute;lc óþer healde his endebyrdnesse, R. Ben. 115, 5-11. Ne stande hé on his stede and endebyrdnesse, ac stande hé ealra ýtemest, 68, 10. Wé tógædere cóman and æfter endebyrdnesse (juxta ordinem) ætsomne sæ-acute;ton, Bd. 4, 5; Sch. 374, 15. VII. order, condition in which a thing performs its proper functions :-- Ic ongite þ-bar; ealle gesceafta tófleówon swá swá wæter, and náne sibbe ne náne endebyrdnesse ne heóldon, Bl. 34, 12; F. 154, 3 : 39, 5; F. 218, 15. VIII. order, suitable means to attain an end, method :-- On hwylcere endebyrdnysse magon wé Jóseph tó ús gelaðian and hym wyþ sprecan by what means shall we bring Joseph to us to speak with him? (Nic. H. 11, 7), Nic. 10, 3. IX. regular mode of procedure :-- Sé ðe eall gefyllan mæg þ-bar; on þæ-acute;re béc gecweden is, þ-bar; biþ swýðe gód, and hit bið riht endebyrdnys (rectus ordo), Ll. Th. ii. 134, 11. Þæt hí dæghwomlíce Godes þénunge mid þæslícere endebyrdnysse gefyldon, Hml. Th. i. 588, 29. Mid gelimplicre endebyrdnesse, Bl. H. 207, 33. Þá gefadunge þe snotorlíce geset is be incúþra þinga endebyrdnysse the disposition which is prudently appointed concerning procedure in the case of strange matters, Lch. iii. 440, 26. Hé rihte endebyrdnesse lífes (rectum uiuendi ordinem) ætýwde, Bd. 4, 2 ; Sch. 344, 2. Hí Gode lác bróhton . . . and on heora yldrena endebyrdnysse Gode gecwémdon. Nú is geméted þæt Maria hæfð níwe endebyrdnysse ongunnon Gode mid tó gecwémanne, cweð þæt heó wile hire mægðhád bringan, Hml. A. 129, 442-130, 449. IX a. a stated form of a rite, order of service :-- Þá gefullode hine mon on ðæ-acute;re ciricean endebyrdnesse, Bl. H. 215, 35 : 213, 14. X. order of nature, system in which things proceed according to fixed laws :-- Ðára unstillena gesceafta styring ne mæg nó weorþan onwend of ðám ryne and of þæ-acute;re endebyrdnesse þe him geset is, Bt. 21 ; F. 74, 5. Hí ne móton tóslúpan of heora endebyrdnesse, 39, 5; F. 218, 32. Hé gesceóp englas and heáhenglas and ealle heofenlice miht and endebyrdnysse, Wlfst. 293, 11. XI. the action of putting or keeping in order, regulation, ordering :-- Hí sylfe ealdras geworhton on swylcere fadunge and endebyrdnesse. . . . Eal mynstres fadung and endebyrdness on þæs abbodes dóme stande, R. Ben. 125, 4-8. Mid hwilcere endebyrdnesse hé gestaþolaþ and gemetgað ealle gesceafta quibus legibus orbem servet, Bt. 25; F. 88, 4. Þ-bar;te middangeardes erning sibsum ús ðínum endebrednisse sié gerihtad ut mundi cursus pacificus nobis tuo ordine dignatur, Rtl. 39, 9. XII. an injunction, ordinance :-- Ús is tó understandenne ðás endebyrdnyssa, Hml. S. 16, 238. v. riht-, tó-endebyrdness.

endebyrdnian. v. ge-endebrednian in Dict.

ende-dæg. Substitute: The day when the end comes. (1) cf. ende, II. 1 :-- Ðá wæs endedæg ðæs ðe Caldéas cyningdóm áhton then the power of the Chaldeans was at an end, Dan. 679. (2) the day of death, cf. ende, II. 4 a :-- Þá wæs endedæg gódum gegongen, þæt se gúðcyning swealt, B. 3035. Him wearð bám samod án endedæg they died together the same day, Ap. 79. Æfre hé him gehende endedæges wéne let him ever think his last day at hand, Wlfst. 75, 9. Hit nú swíþe neálæ-acute;ceþ úrum endedæge, Bl. H. 51, 35. Heó becóm tó hire ændedæge (ende-, v. l.) ad diem pervenit extremum, Gr. D. 286, 17. Þrím dagum æ-acute;r his endedæge, Shrn. 134, 19. Hé þæ-acute;r wunode oþ his endedæg (to his dying day), Chr. 688 ; P. 41, 6. Hwelcne endedæg mín módor oþðe mín geswuster gebídan scoldon guem exitum mater mea sororesque mee habituri sint, Nar. 31, 19. Ic gefremman sceal eorlic ellen oððe endedæg mínne gebídan I will do or die, B. 637. (3) the last day, cf. ende, II. 1 a :-- Ne læ-acute;t láðe cwellan and bærnan sáwla úre . . . ne læ-acute;t swá heánlíce þín handgeweorc on endedæge forwurðan, Hy. 7, 112. [v. N. E. D. end-day. Cf. O. H. Ger. endi-dago the last day.] Cf. ende-dógor.

ende-deáþ. Substitute: Death that is the end of life. Perhaps however the passage should read :-- Líf bútan deáþe or líf bútan ende; either form would suit the metre better, and (the former especially) would be parallel with the contrasts that follow, gioguð bútan ylde, hæ-acute;lu bútan sáre, &c.

ende-fæstend, es; m. One who puts the last touches to a work, a finisher :-- On wyrhte gileáfes and endefæstend in auctorem fidei et consummatorem (Heb. 12, 2), Rtl. 27, 29.

ende-furh an end-furrow, bounding trench :-- Inn on ðére endefureh; of ðére endefureh, C. D. iii. 384, 18.

ende-leás. Add:-- Hwæþer þe éce líf and éce blisse, þe écne deáþ and endeleáse yrmðe, Wlfst. 23, 20. Ðerh endeleáso uoruldo per infinita saecula, Rtl. 180, 3.

endeleás-lic; adj. Endless, everlasting :-- Heora yfel is egeslic and endeleáslic morð, Hml. S. 17, 154. v. next word.

endeleáslíce. Add: (1) everlastingly, to eternity :-- Gé beóð engla geféran endeleáslíce, Hml. Th. ii. 90, 1. Þá mánfullan beóð æ-acute;fre cwylmigende on helle súsle endeleáslíce, 608, 11. Endeleáslíce losian, Hex. 22, 12. Endeleáslíce orsorh beón on gefeán, 52, 9. (2) without making an end, without stopping :-- Ortrúwige sé ána ðe endeleáslíce syngað, and æ-acute;r his endenéxtan dæge dæ-acute;dbóte ne gewyrcð, Hml. Th. ii. 316, 30.

ende-mæst. v. endemestnes.

ende-mann, es; m. A person living in the latest age of the world :-- Wé endemenn ðyssere worulde (for the ideas of the time as to the end of the world cf. Wlfst. 156, 4 ; Ðeós woruld is on ofste and hit neálæ-acute;cð þám ende), Hml. Th. i. 476, 18. Fela hálige menn fram frymðe middaneardes wæ-acute;ron beforan ús, þám wé nú endemenn geefenlæ-acute;can ne magon, Hml. S. 12, 281.

ende-mes. Add: , emdenes, emdemes. I. together. (1) in respect to quantity or number, marking completeness, without exception :-- His efencempan hine endemes wurðodon (cf. the rendering of the same in Hml. S. 31, 49 ; His efencempan ealle hine árwurðodon), Hml. Th. ii. 500, 16. Wearð gefullod se cnapa and his fæder cempan endemes, Hml. S. 4, 239. (1 a) combined with eall :-- Ic ne mæg eal þá monigfealdan yfel emdenes (altered to endemes) árecceau, Ors. 2, 5 ; S. 86, 15. Seó swearcigende sunne and ðá gesceafta ealne middaneard endemes áðeóstrodon, Hml. Th. ii. 258, 16. Hí ealne middaneard onlíhton, swá swá þá feówer eán ealne þisne embhwyrft endemes wæteriað, Hml. S. 15, 177. God ealne þone eard endemes tówende and eaile þá burhwara forbærnde ætgædere Dominus subvertit omnem circa regionem, universos habitatores urbium, Gen. 19, 25. Ealle heora bigleofan endemes hí ætbrúdon nihil omnino ad vitam pertinens relinquebant, Jud. 6, 4 : Lch. iii. 236, 13 : 242, 5. Hí ealle endemes út férdon swá þ-bar; furðon án ne beláf ita omnes egressae sunt, ut ne una quidem remaneret, Gr. D. 67, 16. Næ-acute;ron hí ealle endemes ungeleáffulle, Hml. Th. i. 108, 25. Þæt hit eal ne forwurde endemes ætgædere, Wlfst. 86, 1: 198, 10. Hý forwyrndon ealle tógædere endemes, Cht. E. 299, 1. (2) marking combination, coincidence :-- Þá hié swá monega gewin hæfdon emdenes underfongen eo tempore quo tria bella fuerunt suscepta, Ors. 4, 9; S. 192, 29. Þá Israhéla bearn endemes hrímdon, Num. 13, 31. Sceamien hý heora and him eác ondræ-acute;don æ-acute;gðer endemes erubescant pudore et revereantur simul, Ps. Th. 34, 24 : 39, 16. (2 a) combined with eall :-- Hí hine fleóð ealle endemes (omnes simul), Ps. Th. 13, 4: Hml. S. 18, 96: 32, 142: Hml. Th. i. 70, 26: ii. 516, 13. Þá óþre ealle endemes (-mest, v. l. ) férdon áweg, Hml. S. 5, 345: Bt. 37, 2; F. 188, 10. Hí ealle eódon endemes tó cyrcan, Hml. S. 21, 226. Hí forléton ealle endemes þone sang, 234. Eall seó meniu endemes weóp sóna, Num. 14, 1: Hml. Th. ii. 516, 18. Se ælmihtega waldend his ágen weorc eall geondwlíteð, endemes þurhsyhð ealle gesceafta omnia uno mentis cernit in ictu . . . respicit omnia solus, Met. 30, 16. Ændemest, Bt. 41, 1; F. 244, 12. Hí ealle sceoldon endemes forwurðan, Hml. S. 13, 278. Hí him ondræ-acute;dan hú hí wið him eallum emdemes mehten, and siredon hú hí hié tótwæ-acute;man mehten, Ors. 3, 10 ; S. 138, 6. II. straightway, at once :-- Þæt folc eall hrýmde, þá burston þá weallas endemes tó grunde omni populo vociferante muri illico corruerunt, Jos. 6, 20. Þonne hig út farað tó ús, wé fleóð endemes, 8, 6. Cumað endemes tó mé gé ealle þe swincað venite ad me omnes qui laboratis, Hml. A. 10, 244. Hí cépton hwæ-acute;r hé mæssode, and urnon endemes tó,