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216 FER-SCEAT--FÍC-BEÁM

24. II. of food, fresh as opposed to salted:--Ete sealtne mete and nówiht fersces, 28, 24. Gemeng wið ferscre buteran, ii. 74, 21. Ne ete fersce gós, ne ferscne æ-acute;l, ne fersc swín . . . gif hé hwilc þissa ete, sié þ-bar; sealt, 88, 7-10.

fer-sceat. v. fær-sceat: ferscian. v. á-ferscian: fér-scipe. Add:--Férscype matrimonii sortem, i. coniugii, An. Ox. 2544. Férscipe societatem, 3596: fer-scrifen. v. for-scrífan.

fersian. Add: fyrsian, uersian, v. ll., Ælfc. Gr. Z. 218, 3.

ferþe, es; m. Skin:--Wiþ tóbrocenum heáfde . . . gespæ-acute;t þá wunde, and gif se hála ferþe wille habban reádne hring ymb þá wunde, wite þú þonne þ-bar; þú hié ne meaht gehæ-acute;lan, Lch. ii. 22, 22. Cf. felo-ferþ.

fer-tín. v. for-tín: fésian. v. físian.

féster-bearn. Substitute for passage:--Gregorius is úre altor and wé syndan his alumni, ðæt is ðæt hé is úre fésterfæder on Críste, and wé syndon his fésterbearn on fullwihte, Shrn. 62, 21.

féster-fæder. Add:--Fésterfæder nutritor, Gr. D. 228, 22. Drihtnes engel hine gelæ-acute;dde tó sumum sæ-acute; and his fésterfæder mid hine, Shrn. 91, 1. v. preceding word.

fésterling, es; m. A foster-child, pupil:--Fésterlincgum alumnis, An. Ox. 3021. v. fóstorling.

fester-man, l. fester-, and add:--De emptionibus sine fidejussoribus, quod Anglice dicitur fastermannes, Ll. Lbmn. 668, 18. [Cf. (?) Icel. festar-maðr a betrothed man.]

féster-módor. Add:--Féstermódor altrix, Wrt. Voc. ii. 8, 19. Læ-acute;swede heó hire féstermódor sceápum, Shrn. 101, 15. v. fæ-acute;ster-módor in Dict.

féstre. v. cild-féstre: féstr[i]an. Add:--Of godcundum spæ-acute;cum inra mann byþ féstrud and byð gefédd (nutritur ac pascitur), Scint. 222, 15. v. ge-féstr[i]an: fetan. Dele.

-féte. Add: v. clifer-, six-féte: -fétede. v. fíf-fétede.

fetel. Add:--Mínes swyrdes mid fetele, C. D. iii. 304, 29. [v. N. E. D. fettle.] v. next word.

fetels, es; m. A belt:--Þat suerd on hundtuelftian mancusas goldes and four pund silueres on þan fetelse, Cht. Th. 505, 32. Ic gean þæs swurdes mid þám sylfrenan hylte . . . and þone gyldenan fetels, 558, 12. v. sweord-fetels; fetelsod.

fételsco. v. fæ-acute;tels.

fetelsod; adj. (ptcpl.) Provided with a belt:--Tuéye suerde fetelsade, Cht. Th. 505, 21. v. ge-fetelsod.

feter. Add:--Feotur, fetor pedo vel paturum, Txts. 85, 1552. (1) a fetter for a person:--Sum man gesette his ðeówan man on fetera. Hé sæt lange on þám láðum bendum, oð þæt hé bestæl út mid his stafe hoppende and gesóhte ðone sanct . . . Se scyttel ðá ásceát of þæ-acute;re fetere, Hml. S. 21, 414-419. Gebundene feterum vinculis ligatos, Ps. Th. 106, 9. Mið feoturum (feotrum, L. compedibus) gibunden . . . ðá feoturo (fattro, L. compedes) forbræc, Mk. R. 5, 4. Mið fatrum, Lk. L. 8, 29. (2) a shackle for an animal:--Gyf feoh sý underfangen. Gif hit hors sý sing on his feteran oþþe on his brídele, Lch. iii. 286, 5. On his fetera oððe on his brídel, i. 392, 9. v. fót-, ísen-, ísern-feter.

féþa. Dele II, and add: I. a footman:--Féða pedester (nunquam pergo pedester, Ald. 272, 34), An. Ox. 23, 54. Rídende oþþe féþan fær dónde equitando vel pedites iter agendo, Angl. xiii. 373, 116. Féþan pedestres, An. Ox. 61, 17. Féþena peditum, 826. Foeðan statores, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 187, 16. II. of soldiers. (1) a foot-soldier (perhaps some of the passages might be put under (2)):--Hé hæfde III C þúsenda féðena and án hund þúsenda gehorsedra, Ors. 3, 9; S. 124, 34: Nar. 9, 9. Búton unárímedlican féþum permultae peditum copiae, 4, 11. (2) a troop of foot-soldiers:--Foeða falanx, Wrt. Voc. ii. 108, 26. Féða, 96, 41. Féþa, 37, 44. Of foeðan ex phalange, 107, 59. Of féþan, of þreáte ex falange, 29, 66. (2 a) in a collective sense, troops on foot, infantry, an army of foot-soldiers:--Tó þæ-acute;m gefeohte hæfde hé bróht LXM gehorsedra bútan féþan, Ors. 5, 7; S. 230, 12. Ic mid þínum wæ-acute;pnum getrymed on þínum féþan fæste stande armed with thy weapons I will stand fast in thine army, Bl. H. 225, 34; Jul. 389. Féðan aciem, Wrt. Voc. ii. 7, 15. Hé wæ-acute;pn gegráp mid tó campienne, æ-acute;r þon þe hé tó his líchoman leomum becóme, and hé æ-acute;r þone féþan sóhte (he joined the army), æ-acute;r þon þe hé þ-bar; leóht gesáwe, Bl. H. 167, 2. [O. H. Ger. fendo pedes, pedestris; fendeo falanx.] v. next word.

féðan. Substitute: féþan; p. de To travel on foot, walk:--Fergað and féþað fæder and módor father and mother lead [the child] and walk (with it), Vy. 7. Hí námon þá hors þe hí þyder bróhton, and wæ-acute;ron ðá rídende ðe æ-acute;r wæ-acute;ron féðende, Hml. A. 116, 449. v. féþung, féþa.

féþe. Add:--Se foreda fót á bið æ-acute;lces féðes bedæ-acute;led, Past. 67, 12. Læg þæ-acute;r sum creópere lama fram cildháde . . . Petrus cwæð: 'Árís hál on þínum fótum' . . . and hé hleóp sóna cunnigende his féðes hwæðer hé cúðe gán, Hml. S. 10, 33. Mengu folgedun him on foeðe turbae secutae sunt eum pedestres, Mt. R. 14, 13. Þæt hé fæ-acute;rlíce his féðe forlure, Hml. Th. i. 380, 30. Wer . . . þæs féþe getugon mycle fótswylas and fornámon vir . . . cujus gressum dolore nimio podagra contraxerat, Gr. D. 47, 21.

féþe-gest. Add:--Hwonne sincalda sæ-acute; . . . éce staðulas neósan cóme, fáh féðegast, Exod. 475.

féþé-here. Add:--Féþehere felethi (= Pelethi, Ald. 11, 37), Wrt. Voc. ii. 33, 45: 148, 32: An. Ox. 776.

feþe-leás. For 'Footless' substitute: Without the power to walk, and add:--Sum deáf man and féþeleás, ofer þone man becóm godcund

wracu . . . Þ-bar; hé ne meahte ne gehýran ne gangan. Ac hé gecreáp in þæs eádgan Berhtinus ciricean . . . Þá meahte hé gehýran and gangan, Shrn. 126, 22.

féþe-mann. Substitute: (1) one who goes on foot, a pedestrian:--Féþemen pedestres, Wrt. Voc. ii. 72, 67. Foeðemen, Mt. L. 14, 13: Mk. L. R. 6, 33. (2) a foot-soldier:--Féþemen felethi (cf. féþe-here), Wrt. Voc. ii. 33, 45.

féþe-mund. For 'foot-hand' substitute: walking-hand.

feþer. Add:--Feþere pluma, Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 61. I. a feather:--Þæt gafol bið on deóra fellum and on fugela feðerum . . . Se byrdesta sceall gyldan . . . týn ambra feðra, Ors. 1, 1; S. 18, 16-21. II. a wing:--Fugla briddas, gif hié æ-acute;r wilniað tó fleóganne æ-acute;r hira feðra fulweaxene sint pulli avium, si ante perfectionem pennarum volare appetant, Past. 383, 30. Under feðrum (feþran, R.) sub alas, Mt. 23, 37: sub pinnis, Lk. L. R. 13, 34. Fugel hæfde micele feðra, Shrn. 57, 3. Feðra earnes pennas aquilae, Mt. p. 9, 17. II a. a wing of an army (?):--Here exercitus, getrimmed féða cuneus, féþe (printed fedes, but see Angl. viii. 450. Should feþre be read? or is féþe plural of féþu q. v.?) alae, Wrt. Voc. i. 18, 32. III. a pen, quill:--Fiþere tácen is þæt þú geþeóde þíne þrí fingras tósomne swilce þú feþere hæbe . . . and styre þíne fingras swilce þú wrítan wille, Tech. ii. 128, 21. Mín tunge ys gelícost þæs wríteres feþere þe hraðost wrít lingua mea calamus scribae velociter scribentis, Ps. Th. 44, 2. Swylce sum getýd wer sum metervers mid his feðere áwríte, Angl. viii. 317, 23. v. plúm-feþer.

feþer-bæ-acute;re; adj. Feathered:--Feþerbæ-acute;re plumigeram, Germ. 390, 44.

feþer-berende. Substitute: feþer-berend, es; m. A feather-bearer, a feathered creature:--Feþerberend penniger, Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 30.

feþer-cræft. For 'Som. Ben. Lye' substitute:--Feþercræfte plumario (arte plumaria, Ald. 15, 26), Wrt. Voc. ii. 77, 15.

feþer-geweorc. Substitute for passage:--Besíwed feðergeweorc opere plumario, Wrt. Voc. ii. 63, 45.

feþer-hama. Add:--His geðóht is swiftra ðonne xii ðúsenda háligra gásta, ðeáh ðe ánra gehwylc gást hæbbe synderlíce xii feðerhoman, and ánra gehwylc feðerhoma hæbbe xii windas, Sal. K. p. 152, 1-2. Feðrhoman talaria, Wrt. Voc. ii. 122, 4. [O. Sax. feðer-hamo. Cf. Icel. fjaðr-hamr, álptar-, vals-hamr. See the story of Loki's capture when flying with Freyja's vals-hamr: see also Grmm. D. M. pp. 327, 425 (trans.).] v. fiþer-hama.

feþor-byrste. v. fiþer-byrste.

féþre; adj. Laden, loaded:--Sélre byð oft féðre þænne oferféðre better is often loaded than overloaded; meliora plura quam gravia honera fiunt, Angl. ii. 373. v. fóþor, féþrian.

feþrian; p. ode To become feathered, be fledged:--Feðriað plumescunt (grandia membra mihi (the ostrich) corpore denso, Ald. 255. 26), An. Ox. 26, 27.

féþrian; p. ode To load. [Þu hauest imaked uoðer to heui uorte ueðren mide þe soule, A. R. 140.] v. ge-féþrian; féþre.

feþriht; adj. Feathered, winged:--Feðrihtæ foet pennati pedes, Mt. p. 9, 19.

féþu. l. (?) féþa, but see feþer, II a.

féþung, e; f. Going on foot, walking:--Wearð his cneów áléfed swá þæt hé mid criccum his féðunge underwreðode . . . Hé cwæð: 'Ic wolde ðíne ðénunge sylf gearcian, gif ic mé mid féðunge ferian mihte,' Hml. Th. ii. 134, 23-32. v. féþan.

fetian. Dele 'fet,' and passage from Prov. Kmbl., and add:--Hé wæter fette, Hml. S. 6, 14. Man him fette sumne dæ-acute;l þæs meóses, 26, 36. Þæt Ceaddes sáuwl cóme of heofonum and fette his bróþor sáwle tó heofonum, Shrn. 59, 19: Chr. 1049; P. 168, 38. Hí mæte (mete, v. l.) and mádmas ofer .L. míla him fram sæ-acute; fættan (fetton, v. l.), 1006; P. 137, 12. Feta, gif ðú dyrre, æt ðus heaðuwérigan háre byrnan, Vald. 2, 16. Fetige hé him má, Solil. H. 1, 10. Fetod, fettad, feotod arcessitus, Txts. 42, 103: Wrt. Voc. ii. 7, 31. [v. N. E. D. fet. Cf. Icel. feta to step, find one's way.] v. fatian.

fét-lást. v. fót-lást: fexe. v. síd-fexe: fic. Add: v. ficol, fician.

fíc. Add: I. a fig:--Hé sæh treów fíces videns fici arborem, Mt.

R. 21, 19: 24, 32. Of unberendum trées fíc de sterili arbori fici, Lk. p. 8, 3. Fíca carisarum, An. Ox. 8, 209. II. a fig-tree:--Forwisnade se fíc arefacta est ficulnea, Mt. R. 21, 19, 20. Be fíce de ficulnea, 21. [Hec ficus a fyke or a fykes, Wrt. Voc. i. 227, col. 1 (15th cent.).]

fíc-æppel. Add:--Fícæppel carica, Wrt. Voc. ii. 21, 61: dactulus,

83, 53: 26, 63. Fícæppla caricarum, An. Ox. 2, 259. Fícapplana, 3845. Hwá gaderað fícæppla of brémelum?, Hml. Th. ii. 406, 2. [O. H. Ger. fíg-apful carica.]

fíc-beám. Add:--Se fiicbeám, Past. 337, 6. Fícbeám (-beóm, R.) ficus, Mk. L. 11, 21. Ðone fícbeóm fici arborem, . . . fícbeám ficulnea, Mt. L. 21, 19. Tíd ðára fícbeáma (-beóma) tempus