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EOFOR-ÞRING -- EORNOSTLÍCE 191

bula, Txts. 105, 2089. Eoforspreótum (cf. eofursputum, Angl. xiii. 29, 40) venabulis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 76, 44. [Cf. O. H. Ger. ebar-spioz lata hasta.]

eofor-þring. Add :-- Eburðring orion, Txts. 83, 1464.

eofor-þrote. Add :-- Eoburþrote, aebordrotae colicum, Txts. 53, 558. Eborðrote, -throtae scasa, 95, 1816. Eoforþrote scisca, 35, 27. Eoforðrote colicus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 15, 8.

Eofor-wíc. Add :-- Hér forbarn Eoferwíc, Chr. 741; P. 45, 32. Of Eoferwíc, 774; P. 51, 28 : 1075; P. 210, 23. Tó Eoferwíc, 1041; P. 163, 27 : 1068; P. 202, 6. Tó Eoforwíc weard, 1016; P. 148, 4 : 1066; P. 196, 27. Hér Regnold gewan Eoforwíc (Eofer-, v. l.), 923; P. 105, 12. Heoforwíc, 948; P. 112, 30. [Icel. lór-vík.]

Eoforwíc-ceaster. Add :-- On Eoforwícceastre apud Eboracum oppidum, Bd. 1, 5; Sch. 17, 23. On Eoforwícceastre (Eofer-, v. l.) Eburaci, 2, 14; Sch. 170, 5 : Chr. 738 ; P. 44, 20. Tó Eoforwícceastre, 867; P. 68, 17: 869; P. 70, 3. Æt Eoforwícceastre (Eofer-; on Eoforwíc, v. ll.), 867 ; P. 68, 23. Fram Eoforwícceastre ab Eburaco, Bd. 2, 13 ; Sch. 169, 11.

Eoforwíc-scír. Add :-- Eádweard cyng grét Tostig eorl and ealle míne þegenas on Eoferwícscíre, C. D. vi. 203, 22.

Eoforwíc-stól, es; m. The see of York :-- Féng Ealdulf a&b-bar;&b-bar; UNCERTAIN of Burch tó Eoferwícstóle, Chr. 992 ; P. 127, 21.

eofot. Dele 'debt' (the various readings to the passage from the Laws are: Be cynincges geréfan þýfðe, be þeófes andettan, and þeófðe for eofot), and add :-- Flítere in eobotum (in ebhatis, v. l.) rabulus, Txts. 93, 1705. [O. L. Ger. (Gall.) efat epiphonima, causa.] [From ef-hát.]

eoful-sæc. Add: Cf. yfel-sacian, -sacung: eofulsian, eofulsung. [From ef-hálsian, ef-hálsung.] v. yfelsian, yfelsung : eógor. v. égor: eoh-bígenga. v. feoh-bígenga : eóla. v. eolh: eolene. v. eolone.

eolh. Substitute: eolh; gen. eóles; eóla, elha, an; m. An elk :-- Elh, elch cer(u)us, Txts. 49, 443. Elch tragelafus vel platocerus, 100, 1001. Elha damma, 115, 139. Eóla damma, bestia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 105. 73. On elchene seáð, C. D. iii. 440, 28. [O. H. Ger. elaho, elch tragelaphus, alx. Cf. Icel. elgr.]

eolh-sand. For Cot. 75 substitute :-- Eolhsandes electri, Wrt. Voc. ii. 77, 25: 31, 4. Eolcsandes, An. Ox. 1071.

eolhx. Substitute: eolh-secg, es; m. Some kind of sedge :-- Eolxsegc papilluum, Wrt. Voc. i. 286, 36. (See other instances under secg, and v. Lch. iii. 324.) ¶ the word occurs as the name of a rune :-- Eolxsecg eard hæfð oftust on fenne, wundað grimme beorna gehwylcne þe him æ-acute;nigne onfeng gedéð, Rún. 15. See Wimmer, Runenschrift, p. 132.

eolone. Add :-- Eolone, elonae oridanum, Txts. 83, 1453: inola, Wrt. Voc. ii. 45, 47: innula, i. 67, 44: orianthum, 68, 21. Eolene inola, Txts. 69, 1057: ybys, Germ. 394, 258. Elone horidanum, Wrt. Voc. i. 286, 25. Elene, ii. 43, 18 : 63, 48 : inula (mula, MS.), 59, 41.

eom. Add :-- Hú ne iom ic monn suá ilce suá ðú ?, Past. 115, 12.

eonu. v. heonu.

eorcnan-stán. Add: I. literal, a jewel, topaz, pearl :-- Ofer gold and þone baswon stán (gymcynn &l-bar; eorcnanstán, MS. C.) super aurum et topazion, Ps. Spl. 118, 127. Gelíc is ríce heofunas menn ceápe sóhte góde ercnanstánas (margaritas). And gemoetend þá æ-acute;nne ercnastán (margaritam) diórwyrðe, Mt. R. 13, 45, 46. Goldes and eorcnanstáne(-a?) micel gemet auri margaritarumque non paruam praedam, Nar. 6, 32. His brýdbúras wæ-acute;ron eorcnanstánum unionibus and carbunculis þæ-acute;m gimcynnum swíðast gefrætwode talami margaritis unionibusque et carbunculis nitebant, 5, 3. II. figurative. (1) of persons :-- Cwæþ úre Drihten tó þæ-acute;re eádigan Marian líchoman, 'Ne forlæ-acute;te ic þé næ-acute;fre, mín meregrot, ne ic þé næ-acute;fre ne forlæ-acute;te, mín eorclanstán,' Bl. H. 149, 3. (2) of things :-- Ne geweorpaþ ercnanstánas (margaritas) eówre beforan swínum, Mt. R. 7, 6. [See Grmm. D. M. (trans.) p. 1217.]

eóred. Add: f. :-- Eóred ðín equitatus tuus, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 190, 1. Equitatus ferdwerod vel eóred, gerid, i. equitatio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 143, 72. Án eórod (legion) is on bócum geteald tó six ðúsendum, Hml. Th. ii. 378, 29. Wæs án synderlic eórod. . . Án eórod is gecweden on ðám ealdan getele six ðúsend manna and six hund and six and syxtig; swá fela manna wæ-acute;ron on þám foresæ-acute;dan eórode . . . Þá gewende seó eórod, Hml. S. 28, 9-30. Hé arn betwux þám eórode middan oð þæt hé tó þám ylfe cóm, 25, 583. Eóroda legionum, Hpt. Gl. 413, 2. Yroda, An. Ox. 11, 24. Eórodum equitatum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 31, 40 : cohortibus, An. Ox. 279. ¶ a chariot ? cf. eóred-mann, ¶ :-- Twá þúsenda horsa and cccc. búton þæ-acute;m eóreda and xx. þúsenda féþena (the Latin which this should translate is: Quadringente quadrige equorum omnes falcate . bige ii mille . ducente equitum turme .xx milia peditum. The numeral seems to connect eóreda with quadrige, but the meaning of eóred elsewhere with equitum turme), Nar. 9, 8. [From eoh-rád.]

eóred-heáp, es; m. A troop, host :-- Þonne cumað upplice eóredheápas, stíþmægen ástyred tum superum subito veniet commota potestas, Dóm. L. 113.

eóred-mann. Add :-- Áfýred olbenda dromidus, se eórodmon (orit-) dromidarius, Txts. 57, 708. Eóredmen Cerethei, foreirnerum Feletei (Pelethi, Ald. ), Wrt. Voc. ii. 76, 51. Eóredrnen, ræ-acute;dehere Cerethi, 15, 76. (In the gloss to the same passage in An. Ox. the renderings are transposed :--) Hleáperes, ræ-acute;dehere Cerethi, eóredmen, féþeheres Felethi, An. Ox. 776. Tuu and ðrittih eórodmonna xxxii equites, Jn. 18, 12 margin. Hét ic þá hors gerwan and eóredmen hleápan úp imperaui equitibus ut ascenderent equos, Nar. 21, 22. ¶ a man riding in a chariot ? cf. eóred, ¶ :-- Sixténe þúsend monna and eahta hund eóredmanna ealle mid heregeatwum gegerede xvi milia equitum, octingente quadrige, omnes falcate, Nar. 4, 13.

eóred-menigu a legion :-- Micel eóredmeniu (deófla) legio, Gr. D. 73, 33. Þone ormæ-acute;tan truman þára deófla eóredmenigeo (þ-bar; weorod þára deófla mænigeo, v. l.) legionis aciem, 74, 21.

eóred-weorod. Substitute for citation :-- Swá þ-bar; hé þára deófla eóredweredu (weoredu, v. l.) ádræ-acute;fde ita ut legiones daemonum pelleret, Gr. D. 71, 6.

eorl. Add: I. a man of rank or gentle birth :-- Eorl herus, An. Ox. 53, 6. Weorðscipes wyrðe, æ-acute;lc be his mæ-acute;ðe, eorl and ceorl, þegen and þeóden, Ll. Th. i. 190, 13. Gif wið eorles birele man geligeð .xii. scill. gebéte. Gif wið ceorles birelan man geligeð .vi. scillingum gebéte, 6, 11. Þræ-acute;l wearð tó þegene, and ceorl wearð tó eorle, 334,

8. II. used of Scandinavians, = Icel. jarl :-- Ælfred gefeaht wiþ þára eorla getruman, and þæ-acute;r wearþ Sidroc eorl ofslægen se alda, and Sidroc eorl se gioncga, and Ósbearn eorl, and Hareld eorl, Chr. 871; P. 70, 24-27 : 918; P. 98, 10, 20. IIa. of a Scandinavian acting with the English :-- Se cyng betæ-acute;hte þá fyrde tó læ-acute;dene Ealfríce ealdorman and þórode eorl, 992; P. 127, 11. III. as a title in England, taking the place of ealdorman. [The transition may be illustrated by the following passages referring to Oslac :-- Óslác féng tó ealdordóme, Chr. 966; P. 119, 2. Óslác ealdorman, 963 ; P. 117, 19. Óslác se mæ-acute;ra eorl, 975; P. 122, 6. Óslác eorl and eal here þe on þís (his, f. v. l.) ealdordóme wunað, Ll. Th. i. 278, 5.] :-- Se cyng and Þúrkyl eorl (cf. Cnut cyng eall Englalandes ríce tódæ-acute;lde on feówer; him seolfan West-Sexan, and Þúrkylle Eást-Englan . . . , 1017; P. 154, 4), Chr. 1020; P. 154, 24. Ðá cóm Godwine eorl and Swegen eorl and Harold eorl . . . Þá wælisce men forwrégdon ðá eorlas, 1048 ; P. 174, 3, 9. Æt cynges spæ-acute;ce lecge man .vi. healfmearc wedd ; æt eorles and bisceopes .xii. óran wedd, Ll. Th. i. 296, 26. Eorles heregeata, 414, 4. Ærcebisceopes and eorles (æðelinges, v. l.) wærgild bið .xv. M. þrimsa, 186, 19. Gif þegen geþeáh þ-bar; hé wearð tó eorle, 192, 7. Beó hé scyldig wið þone þe hit áge, swá wið cyningc .cxx. sci&l-bar;&l-bar;., swá wið eorl .lx. sci&l-bar;&l-bar;., 384, 18. Man sette Oddan tó eorle ofer Defenascíre and ofer Sumersæ-acute;ton and ofer Dorséton and ofer Wealas, Chr. 1048; P. 177, 2. v. eorl-dóm. IV. a hero, &c. v. eorl-lic.

eorl-cund. Add :-- Mund þáre betstan widuwan eorlcundre .l. scillinga gebéte; ðáre óðre .xx. scill. ; þáre þriddan .xii. scill. ; þáre feórðan .vi. sci&l-bar;&l-bar;., Ll. Th. i. 20, 10.

eorl-dóm. Add :-- His fæder ne wolde him læ-acute;tan waldan 'his UNCERTAIN eorldómes on Normandíge, Chr. 1079; P. 214, 23. Undernam Godwine eorl swýðe þ-bar; on his eorldóme sceolde swilc geweorðan, 1052; P. 175, 7. Mann sette Ælfgár Leofríces sunu eorles ðane eorldóm on handa þe Harold æ-acute;r áhte, P. 177, 4. Willelm geaf Ródberde eorle þone eorldóm on (ealdordóm ofer) Norðhymbra land, 1068; P. 202, 2. His fæder wæs geboren on Norðfolce, and se kyngc geaf for þí his suna þæ-acute;r þone eorldóm and Súðfolc eác (þone eorldóm on Norðfolc and Súðfolc, v. l.), 1075 ; P. 210, 33. v. eorl, III.

eorl-gebyrd. Add :-- Ðeáh hwa æþele sié eorlgebyrdum (cf. þeáh hwá wexe mid micelre æþelcundnesse his gebyrda, Bt. 19; F. 68, 31), Met. 10, 27.

eor-lic. v. ir-lic; eorlíce. Substitute: v. irlíce.

eorl-lic. Add :-- Mid eorllicum heroicis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 42, 55.

eormen. v. irmen: eornan. v. irnan: eorness. v. ir-ness: eornigende. l. (?) eorsigende. v. irsian.

eornost, es; n. (not f.) Add :-- Heardlic eornost and wíslic wærscipe and steðefæst módstaþol . . . bið witena gehwilcum weorðlicre micle þonne hé his wísan fágige tó swíðe, Ll. Th. ii. 318, 37. Ne healde gé mid suelcum eorneste (studio) ðá heorde suelce hirdas scoldon, Past. 89, 14. Beóð ánræ-acute;de and habbað sum eornost. Sé ðe eornost næfð, earfoðlíce hé sceal æ-acute;fre geðeón tó æ-acute;nigre geðingðe, Hml. A. 48, 582-4. Hé mid geleáfan clipode on his eornost tó Gode, Æ-acute;lfc. T. Grn. 11, 38. Eornisti (-esti, -&e-hook;sti) serio (the form might be instrumental adjective), Txts. 97, 1845. ¶ on eornost (1) in earnest, seriously :-- On eornyst serio, An. Ox. 7, 203. Git mæg þeáh bót cuman, wille hit man georne on eornost áginnan, Ll. Th. i. 348, 24. Ús eallum tó woruldscame, gyf wé on eornost æ-acute;nige cúðan to the shame of'us UNCERTAIN all, if we really could feel any, Wlfst. 163, 8. (2) with weakened force, indeed. Cf. eornostlíce :-- Sóðlíce on eornost ic eów secge amen quippe dico vobis, Mt. 17, 20. v. eornoste; adv.

eornoste; adj. Add :-- Heorneste seria, Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 32. v. preceding word.

eornoste; adv. Add :-- Swá hwæt swá hé æ-acute;fre gecwæð bodiende, þeáh þe hé hit ná eorneste (on eornost, v. l.) gecwæ-acute;de siquid umquam non jam decernendo, sed minando, diceret, Gr. D. 151, 8. v. eornost.

eornostlíce. Add: (1) adv.:-- Eornestlíce serio, An. Ox. 2, 116.