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FICIAN--FILD[E]-STÓL 217

ficorum, Mk. L. 11, 13. Fýcbeámas ficos, Mt. L. 7, 16. [O. H. Ger. fig-boum ficus, carix, ficulnea.]

fician to deceive. [Cf. N. E. D. fike.] v. be-fician; ficol, ge-fic, fácen.

ficol. Substitute: Crafty, deceitful, false:--Ficol versipellis, Kent. Gl. 493. Ne beón gé náðor ne tó swicole ne tó ficole ne leáse ne lyðerfulle, Wlfst. 40, 4. Sume weorðað swicole and swæ-acute;slíce ficole and bútan getrýwðum forscyldgode on synnan, 82, 3. [v. N. E. D. fickle.] v. fic.

fíc-treów. Add:--Fíctreów ficus, An. Ox. 56, 362. Hé (Adam) ábyrgde ðá forbodenan fíctreówes blæ-acute;da, Sal. K. p. 182, 34. Under ðæ-acute;m fícbeóme &l-bar; fíctrée sub ficu, Jn. R. 1, 48.

fiell. v. fill: fien. v. fen: fiénd-wíc. l. fierd-wíc: fier[r] farther. v. feor: fier[r] distance. v. fir[r]: fierd. v. fird: fiersn. v. firsn: fierst. v. first.

fíf. Add: I. adjectival. (1) uninflected:--Fíf géra fæc quinquennium, An. Ox. 3035: B. 545. Nam hé fíf stánas, Bl. H. 31, 17. (1 a) with pronoun or indefinite numeral:--Þá fíf dysegan, Mt. 25, 3. Wé onféngon þá hálgan fíf seonoþas, Bd. 4, 17; Sch. 433, 5. (1 b) as part of an ordinal:--Þisne fíf and twéntigoðan sealm, Ps. Th. 25, arg.: 35, arg. (2) inflected:--Fífo ídlo quinque fatuae, Mt. L. 25, 3. Stearas fífe (fífo, L.) cómun quinque passeres ueniunt, Lk. R. 12, 6. Mónoðas fífe, 1, 24. Fífo cræftas, Mt. L. 25, 15: Jn. L. R. 4, 18. Cuuhorn bið twégea pæninga wurð. Oxan tægl bið sci&l-bar;&l-bar;. weorð; cuus bið fífa [peninga], Ll. Th. i. 140, 3. Weorc crístes mæ-acute;l fífo, Lch. iii. 56, 8. (2 a) with pronoun or indefinite numeral adjective:--Þá fífe dysige, Mt. R. 25, 3. Of ðæ-acute;m hláfum fífum, Jn. L. 6, 26. Sé ðe þá fíf pund underféng gestrýnde óðre fífe (fífo, L., féfe, R.), Mt. 25, 16, 20. II. substantival. (1) inflected:--Ealle þá syndon ágangen buton þæ-acute;m ánum . . . fífe þára syndon ágongen, Bl. H. 117, 36. Fífe (fífo, L.) þáræ wérun dysige and fífe snottre, Mt. R. 25, 2. Fífum lustris, Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 41. Nime fífe and beó him sylfa syxta, Ll. Th. i. 394, 5. (1 a) in a series a member whose number is five or a multiple of five:--Hú mon scule blódlæ-acute;se on þára six fífa æ-acute;lcum on mónðe forgán, Lch. ii. 146, 19: 148, 2. (2) uninflected and with a multiple of ten where the number is treated (a) as singular:--On þæ-acute;m geáre bið þreó hund daga and fíf and syxtig daga, Bl. H. 35, 22. Þæ-acute;r on ríme forborn fíf and hundseofontig hæ-acute;ðnes herges, Jul. 588. (b) as plural:--Gif þæ-acute;r beóð fíf and feówertig rihtwísra, Gen. 18, 28. Cf. feówer for construction.

fífalde, an; f. A butterfly:--Fífaldae, uíualdra, fíffalde papilio, Txts. 86, 768. Fíffalde, Wrt. Voc. ii. 67, 56. Spalagius, musca venenosa est, aut similis fífeldae, (saxonice), Txts. 109, 1134. Fífaldae animalus, 115, 135. [Cf. O. L. Ger. fífaldra papilio: O. H. Ger. fífalter (-tra).]

fífel-dór. l. -dor, and add: v. Grmm. D. M. 239 (trans.).

fifele? Substitute: fifele, an; f. A buckle:--Sigel oððe hringe, fifele fibula, Wrt. Voc. ii. 35, 42. [From Latin.]

fíf-feald. Add:--Fíffealde quinas, Angl. xiii. 424, 848.

fíf-fealde. v. fífalde.

fíf-fétede; adj. Having five feet (of a verse):--Mid fíffétedum brachicatalectico, An. Ox. 130.

fíf-læppede; adj. Having five laps or lobes:--Hió (the liver) biþ fíflæppedu (cf. sió lifer hæfð fíf læppan, 198, 1), Lch. ii. 160, 12.

fíf-leáf, es; n.: -leáfe, an; f. Substitute: fíf-leáfe, an; f.

fíf-nihte; adj. Five days old:--Sé on V-nihtne mónan bið geboren gung hé gewítað, Lch. iii. 160, 22.

fífta. Add: (1) ordinal:--Þurh fíftan fótes tódál per pentimemerem, An. Ox. 203. Fíftan síþe, Bl. H. 47, 18. Þý fíftan dæge, 73, 4. (1 a) genealogical:--Fífta fæder atavus, Wrt. Voc. i. 72, 23. Fífte fæder tritavus, 51, 59. Fífte móder tritavia, 60. Fífta sunu adnepos, ii. 8, 23. Fífte dohter adneptis, i. 51, 76. (1 b) in combination with another numeral:--Sé wæs fífta eác feówertigum fram Agusto, Bd. 1, 13; Sch. 36, 9. (2) fractional:--On þám fíftan dæ-acute;le healfum (cf. ofer þone teóþan dæ-acute;le, 25), Bt. 18, 1; F. 62, 22. Þone fíftan dæ-acute;l ealra hiora eorðwæstma, Ors. 1, 5; S. 34, 23.

fíf-teóþa. Add:--Se fífteóða quintus decimus, Ælfc. G. Z. 283, 3. Under þám fífteóðan (-teogeþan, -tigeþan, -tegþan, -téþan, v. ll.) geáre, Bd. 4, 17; Sch. 430, 22. Gér ðe fíftegða (ðió fífteiðe, L.) anno quinto decimo, Lk. R. 3, 1. Ðió fífteiðo, Lk. p. 4, 6. On þone fíftegðan dæg, Shrn. 104, 12.

fíftig. Add: I. substantival. (1) alone, (α) as a neuter singular with adj. inflection (?):--Wæs álesen fíftig cista, Exod. 229. Þá mæ-acute;stan beóð fíftiges elna lange, Ors. 1, 1; S. 18, 6: Gen. 1307: B. 3042. Sé bið on fíftegum (or pl.?) mancessa, Past. 9, 1. (α a) distributive:--Hig sæ-acute;ton hundredum and fíftegum (ðerh fíftigum, L. R. per quinquagenos), Mk. 6, 40. (β) as plural:--Gif on þæ-acute;re byrig beóð fíftig rihtwísra manna si fuerint quinquaginta justi in civitate, Gen. 18, 24. Þás fíftig daga sind ealle gehálgode, Hml, Th. i. 312, 22. Fíftiga ealdor quinquagenarius, Wrt. Voc. i. 18, 14. Under fíftiga (fíftigan, v. l.) cyninga ríce per quinquaginta reges, Ors. 1, 10; S. 42, 4. Fýr forbærnde þá fíftig manna, Hml. S. 18, 250. (γ) uncertain:--Þæs ymbe fíftig daga (but cf. l. 22 v. supra), Hml. Th. i. 312, 10: Bl. H. 133, 14. Án sceolde fíf hund penega and óðer fíftig (fífteih, L.), Lk. 7, 41. Wrít fíftig (fíftih, L.), 16, 6. (2) with other numerals, and the number treated (α) as singular:--Þæ-acute;ra wæs hundteóntig and ðreó and fíftig, Jn. 21, 11. (β) as plural:--Wæ-acute;ron gesomnode hundteóntig and fíftig bisceopa, Bd. 4, 17; Sch. 433, 14. Hé wífa ánes wana ealra fíftig forhte gefreoðode, An. 1042. (γ) uncertain:--Hundteóntiges fótmæ-acute;la and fíftiges lange, Nar. 36, 12. (3) a set of fifty psalms:--Þ-bar; æ-acute;lc gegilda gesinge án fíftig oþþe begite gesungen, Ll. Th. i. 236, 37: 222, 19. Æ-acute;ghwilc Godes þiów gesinge twá fíftig fore his sáwle, Cht. Th. 461, 27. II. adjectival. (1) alone:--Fíftig mancus goldes, Ll. Th. i. 414, 19. Árian þæ-acute;re stówe for þám fíftigum rihtwísum, Gen. 18, 24. Fíftigum cempum L. militibus, Rtl. 193, 17: Sal. 70. (2) with other numerals:--Twá and fíftig wucan, Lch. iii. 246, 11. Mid fíftigum sci&l-bar;&l-bar;. and hundteóntegum, Ll. Th. i. 70, 19. II a. as ordinal:--Wé sceolon þone fíftigan sealm syngan, oððe þone .xxiiii., Ll. Th. ii. 426, 25. III. helping to form ordinals:--Sé wæs feórða eác fíftigum fram Agusto ab Augusto quinquagesimus quartus, Bd. 1, 23; Sch. 47, 31. IV. uncertain constructions:--Wealh gafolgelda .cxx. sci&l-bar;&l-bar; . . . ðeówne .lx.; somhwelcne fíftegum; weales hýd twelfum, Ll. i. 118, 4. Fíftig monna látwu quinquagenarius, Rtl. 193, 17. Fíftig fæðma wíd, Scrd. 21, 4.

fíftigoþa. Add: (1) alone:--Fram þám fíftigoðan (-tiog-, v. l.) geáre, Gr. D. 102, 23. On ðæ-acute;m fíftegoðan psalme, Past. 425, 25. Þysne fíftigoðan sealm, Ps. Th. 50, arg. (2) with units:--On ðæ-acute;m feówer and fíftiogoðan psalme, Past. 429, 3.

fíftig-wintre; adj. Fifty years old:--Gyt þú ne eart fíftigwintre quinquaginta annos nondum habes, Jn. 8, 57.

fíftíne-nihte; adj. Fifteen days old:--On xv-nihte mónan, Lch. iii. 180, 1.

fíftíne-wintre; adj. Fifteen years old:--Ðá hé wæs fífténewintre, Bl. H. 213, 1. Þ-bar; man næ-acute;nne gingran mann ne slóge þonne xv-wintre man, Ll. Th. i. 240, 28.

fíf-tyne. l. -tíne, and add: (1) with a noun in agreement:--Þæt wæ-acute;ron fiéftiéne hund þúsend monna, Ors. 3, 9; S. 128, 22. Fífténa stód deóp se drenceflód monnes elna, Gen. 1397. Ofer fýftýne furlang (suælce spyrdum fífténum, L., swelce spyrdas fífténe, R.) quasi stadiis quindecim, Jn. 11, 18. Fífténe geár, Ors. 1, 10; S. 44, 19. (2) governing a noun:--Ymb seofon hund wintra and V-tiéne, Ors. 1, 14; S. 58, 11. Sé wæs fífténe geára, Shrn. 84, 12.

fíf-wintre. Add:--Fífwintre swígan quinquennem taciturnitatem, An. Ox. 4144.

fígan to fry. v. á-figen: figel? Dele, and see fifele.

fihle, es; m.? n.? l. fihl, es; m., and add:--Fihles ðæs alde panni ueteris, Mk. p. 2, 16.

fiht(?) a mane:--Deórenum fihtum ferinis jubis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 148, 9.

fíhtan to moisten. v. fýhtan: fihte-horn. v. fyhte-horn.

fihtling, es; m. A warrior:--Fihtling bellator, Wrt. Voc. ii. 125, 39. Sé bið unearh fihtling, Lch. iii. 158, 11. Se stranga Godes fyhtling (wiga, v. l.) fortis praeliator Dei, Gr. D. 110, 13.

fiht-wíte. Substitute: fiht-wíte (fihte-, fyht-, fyhte-), es; n. (1) the fine paid to the crown for fighting (and slaying); cf. Ll. Th. i. 66, 7: 106, 1:--Gif man ofslægen weorðe . . . on .xxi. nihtan gylde man þá manbóte, þæs on .xxi. nihtan þ-bar; fyhtwíte (fyhto-, v. l.), Ll. Th. i. 174, 28. Be fyhtwíte and manbóte. Ic nelle þ-bar; æ-acute;nig fyhtewíte oþþe manbót forgifen sý, 248, 20. On Denalage se cynincg áh fyhtewíta (fihtwíte, v. l.) and fyrdwíta, 384, 5. (2) the revenue derived from, or the right to receive, such fines:--Se wagnscilling gonge tó þæs cyninges handa . . . ah elles ge landfeoh ge fihtewíte . . . ge æ-acute;lc þæ-acute;ra wónessa þe tó æ-acute;nigre bóte gebyrie, þ-bar; hit áge healf þæ-acute;re cyrcean hláford, Cht. Th. 138, 16. Ic habbe gegeofen . . . Ælfwine abbod intó Ramesége saca and sócna . . . fihtwíte and ferdwíte, 421, 31: 411, 31.

fiil, fíl. v. feól.

fild; adj. l. filde, and see fild-burne, -denu; ge-filde.

fild, es; m. (1) a fold, plait, wrinkle:--On fyld in rugam, An. Ox. 34, 1. Fyldas uolumina, i. reuolutiones, 3746. (2) fold (multiplicative):--Gé dóþ hine sunu helles twæ-acute;m fældum (duplo) máre þonne eów, Mt. R. 23, 14. v. feald.

-fildan. v. ge-, geþic-, manig-, twi-, þri-fildan.

fild-burne (-a?), an; f. (m.?) A stream in a plain(?):--Of ðæ-acute;m aldan felde . . .; swá ondlang bróces on ðone gemæ-acute;rhagan; ofer fild&dash-uncertain;burnan, C. D. iii. 393, 27.

fild-denu(?) a valley with a flat bottom(?):--Andlang bróces on fildena wyllan, C. D. iii. 15, 30. Of hlæ-acute;we on fildena weg; andlang weges on ðone ealdan ford, 289, 3. Ondlong longan hylles on fildena weg; ðonan on holan dene, 400, 15. Tó fildene lane uppende, 410, 20. Andlang dene on fildena wuduweg, vi. 137, 10. v. feld-denu.

filde, v fild; adj.

fild[e]-stól, es. m. A folding seat, camp-stool:--Fyldestól (fælde-, v. l.) cliothedrum, sellam plectibilem, Hpt. 31, 10, 195. Gif þú fyldstól habban wille, þonne clæ-acute;m þú þíne handa tógædere and wege hí þám