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200 FÆ-acute;R-LIC -- FÆST

(repente) stód þæ-acute;r ætforan þæ-acute;re dura sum man, Gr. D. 62, 9 : Bl. H. 173, 24; 175, 2: B. 1414. Fæ-acute;ringa ymbe þá herehúðe hé hlemmeð tógædre grimme góman, Wal. 60 : 44. Hé fæ-acute;ringa feóll tó þæ-acute;re eorðan. . . and hé forðférde, Chr. 1042; P. 162, 14: Bl. H. 223, 11. Swealt Ósgod fæ-acute;ringa swá swá hé on his reste læg, Chr. 1054 ; P. 184, 21 : Jul. 477. II. without premeditation :-- Sume ic lárum geteáh tó geflite . . . þæt hý fæ-acute;ringa ealde æfþoncan edníwedan, Jul. 484. III. soon, at once, without delay, early :-- Hé cwæþ : " Cuman nú mycele hundas forþ "; and þá fæ-acute;ringa cóman hundas forþ, Bl. H. 181, 20. Eft fæ-acute;ringa (cf. eft sóna), 129, 9. Fæ-acute;runga hig cómon tó him diluculo veniebant ad eum, Ps L. 77, 34. Biscope is forbod þ-bar; hé onfóe níwe cumenum preóst and tó gehæ-acute;lgenne férunga, Mt. L. 10, 14 note. Hit fæ-acute;ringa fýre byrneð, Ph. 531. IV. by chance; forte :-- Man slæ-acute;tte æ-acute;nne fearr fæ-acute;ringa (fér-, v. l.) þæ-acute;rúte, Hml. S. 12, 72. Gif heora hwylc fæ-acute;ringa (forte) tóðint, R. Ben. 46, 16. Fæ-acute;runga, R. Ben. I. UNCERTAIN 16, 13 : 54, 6 : 87, 3. Begýmað þæt [ne] fæ-acute;runga beón gehefegude heortan eówre adtendite ne forte grauentur corda uestra, Scint. 105, 1. [O. Sax. fárungo: O. H. Ger. fárunga subito, casu.] v. fæ-acute;ran ; II.

fæ-acute;r-lic. Add: I. sudden, that is unexpected, that happens without warning :-- Ðý læ-acute;s eów hrædlíce on becume se fæ-acute;rlíca (repentina) dómes dæg, Past. 129, 21. Feerlic (fér-, R.), Lk. L. 21, 34. Gif hit gewyrþe þæt on þeódscipe becume fæ-acute;rlic coþa oþþe fæ-acute;rlic deáþ, Wlfst. 172, 19. Fæ-acute;rlic ende, Bl. H. 113, 8. Hwæt þis æ-acute;fre beón sceole fæ-acute;rlices whatever can this sudden change be, Hml. S. 23, 516. Gif hwæt fæ-acute;rlices on þeóde becymð if any sudden ill befall the nation, Wlfst. 271, 1. Ðá ðe mid fæ-acute;rlice luste (repentina concupiscentia) beóð oferswíðde, Past. 429, 33 : 417, 5. Mín Drihten, ne læ-acute;t mé næ-acute;fre fæ-acute;rlicum deáðe of þissum lífe gewítan, Angl. xii. 499, 5. For his fæ-acute;rlican áweggewitennysse, Hml. S. 30, 225. Férlican ógan repentino terrore, Kent. Gl. 49. II. sudden, quick in operation (of poison) :-- Hé ðygde unlybban, ac hé ðá frecednysse ðæs fæ-acute;rlican áttres (cf. þ-bar; attor sóna hine swíðe þreáde forneán tó deáðe, Hml. S. 31, 198) áflígde, Hml. Th. ii. 504, 15. III. that occurs without design, fortuitous :-- On fæ-acute;rlicum gelimpe fortuitu casu, R. Ben. I. 69, 3. Fæ-acute;rlicum gelimpum fortuitis casibus, An. Ox. 4185. Þá fæ-acute;rlican áwendennissa fortuitas permutationes, 190. [v. N. E. D. ferly; adj. Icel. fár-ligr disastrous.]

fæ-acute;rlíce. Add: I. suddenly, of a sudden, all at once, unexpectedly :-- Cómon fleógende fæ-acute;rlíce englas, Hml. Th. ii. 510, 15. Hé swá fæ-acute;rlíce swealt þæt hé on fulluhte underfangen næs, 504, 23: Bl. H. 217, 19. Manegum men fæ-acute;rlíce gelimpeþ þ-bar; hé hine wiþ þás world gedæ-acute;leþ, 125, 10. Mið ðý gecymmes feerlíce (repente), Mk. L. 13, 36. Férlíce cliopað subito clamat, Lk. R. L. 9, 39. II. soon, immediately, in a hurry :-- Hwí héte ðú mé feccan þús fæ-acute;rlíce tó þé why did you send for me in such a hurry?, Hml. S. 14, 52. Hé óðre fyrde hét feárlíce ábannan he had another force called out at once, Chr. 1095 ; P. 231, 19. Hé ná mihte swá férlíce munecas findan he could not find monks at such short notice, 870; P. 284, 4. III. by chance. (1) not of set purpose :-- Bútan hit fæ-acute;rlíce swá gelimpe þæt man lator áríse nisi forte tardius surgatur, R. Ben. 36, 3. (2) without forethought, haphazard :-- Ne man ne gedyrstlæ-acute;ce þæt hé fæ-acute;rlíce bóc gelæcce and þæ-acute;r bútan foresceáwunge onginne tó ræ-acute;denne ne fortuitu casu qui arripuerit codicem legere audeat, 62, 4. [v. N. E. D. ferly; adv. O. H. Ger. fárlícho subito.]

fær-nys. Add: v. fér-ness.

Færpingas, Fæppingas ; pl. The people of a district of Mercia :-- Færpinga landes is þreó hund hýda (in margin : Is in Middel-Englum Færpinga), C. D. B. i. 414, 27. [In Latin forms of this list Fferpinga ILLEGIBLE , Ferpinga, Ferwinga, Fearfinga are variants of the word.] Hé (Diuma) forðférde on Middel-Englum on ðám þeódlande ðe is genemned in Fæppingum (Fepp-, v. l., quae vocatur in Feppingum), Bd. 3, 21; Sch. 289, 9. Cf. (?) Ad Fepsétna túne, C. D. ii. 326, 3.

fæ-acute;r-ræ-acute;den. v. fér-ræ-acute;den.

fæ-acute;r-ræ-acute;s, es; m. A violent rush :-- Mið férræ-acute;s eóde þ-bar; sunor oefistlíce impetu abiit grex per praeceps, Lk. L. 8, 33. v. next word.

fæ-acute;r-ræ-acute;sende rushing impetuously ; repens :-- Feeræ-acute;sende repentia, Rtl. 125, 31. v. preceding word.

fær-riht, es; n. Due payment for passage, fare :-- Ðá cwæð hé : " Gif þú hæfst þ-bar; færriht (færeht, v. l.), ne forwyrnþ þé heora æ-acute;nig. " Ðá cwæð ic tó him : " Bróðor, næbbe ic nán færriht (færeht, v. l.) tó syllanne, ac ic wille faran and án þæ-acute;ra scypa ástígan " then said he: "If you have the fare, not one of them will refuse you." Then said I to him : " Brother, I haven't any fare to give, but I want to go and to embark on one of those ships, " Hml. S. 23 b, 352. Cf. fær-sceatt.

færs furze (?). v. fyrs.

fær-sceat(t), es; m. Passage-money, fare :-- " Ástígað on þis scip tó ús, and sellað ús eówerne færsceat (fer- (fér- ?), Bl. H. 233, 13)." Hé him andswarode : " Nabbað wé færsceat (fer-, Bl. H. 233, 15), St. A. 6, 22, 24. Cf. fær-riht, fere-sceat.

fæ-acute;r-seáþ, es; m. A gulf, abyss :-- Fæ-acute;rseáþ baratrum, i. terre hiatus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 125, 25.

fæ-acute;r-spryng, es; m. A sudden pustule, ulcer of a rash :-- Wið fleógendum áttre and fæ-acute;rspryngum, Lch. iii. 6, 26.

fæ-acute;r-steorfa, an ; m. Murrain :-- Gif sceáp sý ábrocen, and wið fæ-acute;rsteorfan, Lch. iii. 56, 15. Wið swína fæ-acute;rsteorfan, 25.

fæ-acute;r-stice, es; m. A stitch, sudden pain : -- Wið fæ-acute;rstice (cf. the refrain of the charm that follows : Út lytel spere, gif hér inne sié), Lch. iii. 52, 11.

fæ-acute;r-stylt amazement, stupor: -- Feerstylt forgráp alle stupor appraehendit omnes, Lk. L. 5, 26.

fæ-acute;r-swile, es ; m. A sudden swelling :-- Wiþ fæ-acute;rswile, Lch. ii. 74, 8.

faerucae. v. fen-ýce.

fær-weg, es; m. A cart-road :-- Andlang þæ-acute;re díc tó cnictes ferwege ; of þám wege on ealdan stánwege, C. D. B. i. 417, 15. Ondlong heges on færweg, C. D. iii. 213, 1. [Ger. fahr-weg.]

fæ-acute;r-wyrd. Dele, and see for-wyrd.

fæs. Add :-- Þ-bar;te fæse giwédum his gehrionon ut fimbriam uestimenti ejus tangerent, Mk. R. 6, 36. Þone munuc sum sweart cniht teáh út be þám fæsce (per fimbriam) his hrægles, Gr. D. 111, 28. Gihrán fæste tetigit fimbriam, Lk. R. 8, 44. Heó gehrán þ-bar; fes (fæs, v. l.) his hrægles, Bd. 1, 27 ; Sch. 82, 3. Feasum fimbriis, Ps. Srt. 44, 15. [Cf. Prompt. Parv. fasylle of a clothe fractillus. O. H. Ger. faso(-a) fimbria.]

fæsce. v. fæs: fæ-acute;sceaft-ness. v. feásceaft-ness.

fæst. Add: I. firmly fixed. (1) in a place (lit. or fig.) :-- Álýs mé of láme þe læ-acute;s ic weorþe fæst (ut non inhaeream), Ps. Th. 68, 14. Ancor on eorþan fæst, Bt. 10; F. 30, 6. Biþ óþer ende fæst on þæ-acute;re nafe, óþer on ðæ-acute;re felge, 39, 7; F. 222, 3: Rä. 22, 13. Wudu wyrtum fæst the wood firm fixed by its roots, B. 1364. ILLEGIBLE Sió godcunde gesceádwísnes is fæst on þám heán Sceppende divina ratio in summo omnium principe constituta, Bt. 39, 5 ; F. 218, 27. Þá gód sindon fæste on þám héhstan góde; swá swá æ-acute;lces húses wáh biþ fæst æ-acute;gðer ge on ðæ-acute;re flóre ge on þæ-acute;m hrófe, swá biþ æ-acute;lc gód on Gode fæst, 36, 7 ; F. 184, 10-13. Timbrian hús on þám fæstan stáne, 12 ; F. 36, 22. (2) to or by something, firmly attached, closely bound, fixed to a spot: -- Wearð his óðer fót be his scó fæst on ánum hegesahle ejus pes per calceamentum in sude sepis inhaesit, Gr. D. 24, 28. Scip on ancre fæst, B. 303. Segl sále fæst, 1906. Foldærne fæst laid in the grave, Cri. 730: El. 723. Hé wæs reste fæst he lay on his couch without stirring, Gen. 178. Se légdraca . . . glédum beswæ-acute;led . . . wæs deáðe fæst the firedrake . . . scorched by the flames . . . lay a captive to death, B. 3045. Hí áslógan án geteld on westhealfe þæ-acute;re cyricean on þæ-acute;re cyricean fæst (ita ut ipsum tentorium parieti hereret ecclesiae), Bd. 3, 17; Sch. 268, 3. Hé rom geseah brémbrum fæstne, Gen. 2928. Bendum fæstne, An. 184. Scip oncerbendum fæst, B. 1918. Ceólas bi staðe fæste, Wal. 18. Ceólas æt sæ-acute;fearoðe oncrum fæste, El. 252. (2 a) of a band, tie, &c., not easily loosed: -- Ðeáh seó leó fæste racentan hæbbe, Bt. 25; F. 88, 9. Þæ-acute;m fæstestum tenacissimis (vinculis), Wrt. Voc. ii. 86, 2. (2 b) of alliance, agreement, &c. :-- Ðá wiþerweardan gesceafta æ-acute;gþer ge hié betwux him winnað, ge eác fæste sibbe betwux him healdaþ, Bt. 21; F. 74, 14: Met. 11, 41. Þæt þú wið Wealdend heólde fæste treówe, Exod. 422. II. of persons or their attributes, constant, firm, steadfast :-- Mid fæstum sefan, Hy. 10, 40. Þone ic æ-acute;r on firenum fæstne talde, El. 909. Ic hæbbe fæstne geleáfan, Gen. 543. Freóndscipe fæstne, B. 2069. Wé ús naman Drihtnes neóde habbað on fultume fæstne and strangne, Ps. Th. 123, 7. Ic þá leóde wát ge wið feónd ge wið freónd fæste geworhte, B. 1864. II a. of abstract things. (1) fixed, unchangeable : -- Náuht woruldríces fæstes and unhwearfiendes beón ne mæg, Bt. 8 ; F. 26, 11. Hé sealde swíþe fæste gife and swíþe fæste æ-acute;, 41, 2 ; F. 246, 2. Æ-acute;nig ðing swá fæst getiohhod. . . þ-bar; hit næ-acute;fre onwended weorþe, 41, 3; F. 250, 6. Niman fæstne eard to reside permanently, Ps. Th. 86, 3. Geheald míne fæste æ-acute; keep my law that changes not, 77, 1. (2) firm, secure :-- Fæst tuta, i. firma (prosperitas), An. Ox. 793. (3) stubborn, unyielding :-- Ic æ-acute;lcne wiccecræft eáðelíce oferswíðde. . . and ic næ-acute;fre ne áfunde swá fæstne drýcræft, Hml. S. 35, 179. III. firm. (1) firmly joined together, strongly built or made :-- Bold eal inneweard írenbendum fæst, B. 998. Glóf. . . searobendum fæst, 2086. Fæstostan eardungstówe firmissimo habitaculo, Ps. L. fol. 189, 4. (2) solid, compact :-- Þ-bar; þæt hnesce and flówende wæter hæbbe flór on þæ-acute;re fæstan eorðan, Bt. 33, 4; F. 130, 4. (3) of a joint, strong, firm :-- Fæstes forti (compage), Wrt. Voc. ii. 85, 50: 93, 39: 37, 14. IV. of places that can resist attack, strong, fortified :-- Beorh . . . nearocræftum fæst, B. 2243. Fæst is þæt églond fenne biworpen, Rä. 1, 5. Ðá fæstan ceastre munitum castrum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 58, 38. Leoniða fór on ánum londfæstenne . . . Xersis hét þ-bar; fæste lond útan ymbfaran . . . Leoniþa his fierd gelæ-acute;dde on án óþer fæstre land, Ors. 2, 5 ; S. 80, 14-29. Þá hié ongeátan þæt þæt festen sceolde ábrocen bión, hí sendon on óðer fæstre fæsten, 3, 11; S. 148, 23. Seó burg (Babylon) wæs ealra weorca fæstast, 2, 4 ; S. 74, 24 : 3, 7 ; S; 114, 11. IV a. of a chamber, closely shut up :-- Gefere þæne mannan on swíðe fæstne cleofan and wearmne, Lch. ii. 280, 11. IV b. of a vessel, that does not leak, water-tight :-- Fæstne kylle, Past. 469, 9. V. of sleep, rest, unbroken, undisturbed :-- Þú eart sió fæste ræst (cf. seó séfte ræst, Bt. 33, 4; F. 132, 34) eallra sóðfæstra tu requies tranquilla piis, Met. 20, 271. Bið se slæ-acute;p tó fæst, B. 1742. Þá Langbearde ealle wæ-acute;ron on