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218 FILEÞE -- FINDAN

gemete þe þú dést þonne þú hine fyalden wylt, Tech. ii. 122, 20. [Cf. N. E. D. fald-stool. O. L. Ger. feldi-stól clithedra.]

fileþe hay :-- Hí swýþe hraþe forseáriað swá fileþe sicutfoenam velociter arescent, Ps. Th. 36, 2. þ-bar; the word occurs in compound forms in the charters :-- Tó fileðleáge forda, C. D. v. 394, 12. In filiðleáge, iii. 383, 8. On ðá ác on fileðcumbe, vi. 43, 21. Of Stokwei, tó Filed-hamme, iii. 445, 29. Also (?) in :-- Andlang díces úp on fileþa, C. D. B. ii. 519, ii.

filging, e ; f. Fallow land :-- Faelging occa, Wrt. Voc. ii. 115, 67. Fylging, 62, 67. Faelging naualia (1. noualia), Wrt. Voc. ii. 114, 77. v. fealh.

fílian; p. ode To file, rub with a file :-- Fíliende fricans (lima . . . fricans informe metallum, Aid. 252, 22), Wrt. Voc. ii. 38, jo. [O.H.Ger. fíló;n limare.]

filican ? :-- On filican slæ-acute;d. Cht. E. 389, 7 : filiende. v. fílian.

fill, fiell, es ; m. I. a fall from a higher to a lower point, or from an erect position :-- Engel hét þæt treów ceorfan and þá wildeór onweg fleón . . . þonne his fyll cóme, Dan. 513. Fæll húses ruina domus, Mt. L. 7, 27. Faell, Lk. L. 6, 49. Feallo torres ruiná torris, p. 8, 3. Fylle lapsu, An. Ox. 26, 44. Geswell þe wyrþ of fylle oððe of slege, Lch. ii. 6, 27. Hé on fylle wearð he slipped and fell, B. 1544. Hé næs ácweald ðurh ðám heálican fylle (the fall from the pinnacle of the temple), Hml. Th. ii. 300, 20. Mid þý fylle (hryre, v. l. ruina] ðæs wáges, Gr. D. 125; 5. Þá getimbru wæ-acute;ron gehrorene gelómlíce mid fyllum (ruinis), 134, 12. Se druncena . . . þurh fyllas bewylewud ebriosus . . . per precipitia deuolutus, Scint. 107, 14. Ia. figurative :-- Hé gæ-acute;ð on ðone weg, ac hé nát on hwæt hé gæ-acute;ð, ac hé wirð suíðe raðe on fielle (citius corruit), Past. 287, 17. II. fall in battle, death, destruction :-- Manna fyll and eác horsa, Chr. 1056 ; P. 186, 33. Fyll and feorhcwealm, Gen. 1103: 2062 : B. 2912. Micel here for þæs cynges fielle fleáh, Ors. 3, 7; S. 118, 7: 3, JO; S. 138, 13. Mid heora twégea fielle duorum morte, 6, 36; S. 294, 6. On his fylle, Hml. S. 26, 161. Líf edníwe, feorh æfter fylle, Ph. 371. Eal gesceaft cwíðdon cyninges fyll, Kr. 56. III. a fall in a moral sense :-- Hí ðone fiell fleóð ðæ-acute;re synne, Past. 399, 17. v. fæ-acute;r-fill; ge-fill; and see fell, fyl, fyll in Dict. for other passages

fillan. Take here passages given under fyllan, and add: I. to cause to fall to the ground, to pull down, throw down, (1) lit. :-- Hé cwealde Crístne men, circan fylde, Jul. 5. Hé sum deófolgild bræc and fylde . . . hié mid heora handum þá ídlan gyld fyldon, Bl. H. 223, 15, 21. Hét ic ceorfan ðá bearwas and þone wudu fyllan jubeo cedi nemus. Nar. 12, 19. (la) to make bellows collapse by driving the air out (?) :-- Ic wiht (bellows] geseah . . . þegn folgade . . . and micel hæfde geféred þæ-acute;r hit felde (when he made the swollen bellows subside ?), Ra. 38, 4. (2) fig. to be a stumbling-block to :-- Gif honde þíne fælleþ þec, Mt. R. 18, 8. I a. to cast into :-- Hé ús on þæt fýr fylde, Gen. 747. II. to fell, destroy :-- Þonne ic hiora fýnd fylde and hýnde ad nihilum inimicos eorum humiliassem. Ps. Th. 80, 13. Ic fylde mid folmum fæder Enoses, Gen. 1096. Húðe áhreddan and hæleð fyllan, 2113. II a. to put down error, &c. :-- Hé deófulgild tódráf and gedwolan fylde, An. 1690. v. wind-filled

fille. Add :-- Fil[le] cespillum. An. Ox. 56, 38. Fille and finul, Lch. iii. 36, 30. Genim reáde filian, 40, 17. v. wudu-fille, cerfille.

fillen (?), e; f A dropping :-- Biþ se þost hwít and micel gif þú hine nimest and gaderast æt fylne, þonne ne biþ h;é tó unswéte to gestincanne, Lch. ii. 48, 14.

fille-seóc. Take here examples under fylle-seóc, and add :-- Fylleseóc commitialis, Wrt. Voc. i. 19, 26.

fille-seócness. For examples see fylle-seócness.

fille-wærc, es; m. Epilepsy :-- ;Þ UNCERTAIN deáh wiþ heortece and wiþ fellewærce Lch. ii. 194, 31. v. fylle-, felle-wærc in Dict.

fill-wérig. v. fyl-wérig: film, filma. Dele, and see next word.

filmen. Take here examples given in Dict. under fylmen. The gender varies, with meaning foreskin it is masc. or neut. , otherwise fem. I. of animal material, skin, membrane, scale :-- Filmen (fil&m-tilde;, MS.) omentum, centipillium, Wrt. Voc. ii. 130, 46. Se milte hæfð þynne filmene . . . and sió filmen biþ þeccende þá wambe, Lch. ii. 242, 14-17. Be þæs miltes filmene, 166, 13. Filmena membra[na]rum (laterna membranarum tenui velamine facta, Aid. 142, 6), Wrt. Voc. ii. 89, 51 : 57, 4. On þæ-acute;re lifre on þám filmenum, Lch. ii. 204, 18, 5. prié filmenna on bridda wambum, 228, 27. II. of vegetable, skin, shell, husk: :-- Fylmenum cittis, i. tenuis pellis inter grana, An. Ox. 464. Fylminum, ii. 63. Filmenum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 75, 75. Vilmenum, æpelscealum ymb ðá cyrnlu, 17, 69. [These four are glosses on :-- Mala punica cittis granisque rubentibus referta, Aid. 8, 15.] III. a crack (?) :-- Filmena oþþe cinena rimarum (capisterium rimarum fragmine ruptum, Aid. 159, 29), Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 5. [O. Frs. filmene ; f. skin.] v. felma.

fin a fin. Add :-- Finnum squamis the word occurs in a riddle on the cuttle-fish (loligo), Aid. 251, 281, An. Ox. 26, 10.

fin a heap. Substitute: fíne e; f. (1) a heap of wood :-- Fín lignarium, ligneum, Txts. no, 110, 1186. Fíne strue (pyram strue stipitum in edito constructam. Aid. 34, ii), An. Ox. 7, 157 : 8, 125. (la) a wooden hut (?) :-- Fín cella lignaria, Txts. no, 1169. (2) a heap of other material :-- On cyniges límfíne ; of ðæ-acute;re fíne, C. D. B. i. 518, 41. [O.H.Ger. witu-uína.] v. lím-, wudu-fín.

fina. l. fína, and add :-- Fína marsopicus (pína marpicus], Txts. 78, 648. Fína vel higrae picus, 88, 808 : sturfus, 99, 1938 : marsopicus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 55, 49 : Hpt 33, 240, 41. Tó fínan mæ-acute;dwum, C. D. iii.

386, I.

finc. Add :-- Finc fringella, Txts. 62, 423: cintus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 22, 74. On finces stapel, C. D. iii. 135, 20. v. ceaf-finc.

findan. Add: I. to come upon by chance or in the course of events. (1) to come across, meet with a person or thing :-- Ðú findst (fintst, v. l.) wið hwone ðú meant flítan contra quos valeatis vos extendere, semper invenitis, Past. 331, 5. Ic gehátan dearr þæt þú þæ-acute;r treówe findest, Bo. II. Ne þæ-acute;r mon his feónd findeð, Bl. H. 105, 1. Ic gódne funde beága bryttan, B. 1486. Iudas funde, þá ðá hé fram fyrde gecyrde, gold and seolfor and fela óðre herereáf, Hml. S. 25, 358. Líg eall fornam þæt hé grénes fond, Gen. 2549. Nó wé oferhygdu ánes monnes máran fundon, GD. 241. Þá fundon hié óþre flocráde, Chr. 917; P. 98, 4. Námon hí menn, and swá hwæt swá hí findan mihtan, Chr. 1046; P. 166, 16. Ðá dysegan menn náne lustbæ-acute;rnesse nabbað ðá sóþan gesæ-acute;lþa tó sécanne, ac wénaþ þ-bar; hí mægon hí on þissum ðeádlicum ðingum findan, Bt. 32, 3; F. 118, 25. Bán bið funden on heortes heortan, Lch. i. 338, 5. Gestreón swilc þæ-acute;r funden wæs, Dan. 66. Ic eom wíde funden, Ra. 28, l. Gif mid him cwicum sié funden þ-bar; hé æ-acute;r stæl. Ll. Th. i. 50, 22. (la) with a complement to the object :-- Hý æt hám findað witode him wiste, Ra. 44, 8. Hé dryhten sínne driórigne fand ealdres æt ende, B. 2789. Fleág fugla cyn þæ-acute;r hý feorhnere witude fundon, Gs. 890. (Ib) to find in records :-- Werþeóde on gewritum findað dóma gehwilcne, Exod. 519. ¶ where the record is the memory :-- Findan on ferhðe, An. 1487 : El. 641: 632. (2) tofind (and carry off) something hidden or hitherto unnoticed :-- Swelce hwá nú delfe eorþan and finde goldhord . . . Gif nán mon æ-acute;r þ-bar; gold þæ-acute;r ne hýdde, þonne ne funde hé hit nó ; forðý hit næs ná weás funden, Bt. 40, 6 ; F. 242, 5-9. Seó bóc on þæ-acute;re ciricean funden wæs, Bl. H. 197, 26. Syððan hé æ-acute;rest wearð feásceaft funden, B. 7. Tó fundenes cildes fóstre, Ll. Th. i- 118, 18. (3) to obtain, find favour, credit, &c. :-- Hió þæ-acute;r helpe findað, godcunde gife, El. 1032. Ic fultum fand venit auxilium mihi, Ps. Th. 120, Wæ-acute;re hié þæ-acute;r fundon, Exod. 387. Hí æt þám bisceope bóte fundon, El. 1217. Þ UNCERTAIN heó funde and ábæ-acute;de æt þæs Scyppendes mildheortnesse, þ-bar; heó fram swá miclum cwylmnessum onlýsed beón móste ut apud misericordiam conditoris inpetraret, se a tantis cruciatibus absolui, Bd. 4, 9; Sch. 396, 8. (4) to meet with, experience, be exposed to, find difficulty, &c. :-- Þæ-acute;r þú gúðe findest, An. 1351. Hé þæ-acute;r náht ne funde þæs þe him þe bet wæ-acute;re he met with no success, Chr. 1072 ; P. 208, 15. Míne aldorlege, swá mé æ-acute;fre wearð oððe ic furðor findan sceolde, Dan. 140. Se folctoga findan sceolde earfoðsíðas, 656. (5) to find, discover on inspection or consideration :-- Ic andette þ-bar; ic hæbbe funden duru þæ-acute;r ðæ-acute;r ic æ-acute;r geseah áne lytle cynan, Bt. 35, 3; F. 158, 27. (5 a) with complement to the object or infin. :-- Sume ic funde bítan Godes tácne, þá ic slóg, Jul. 490. Ic on bócum fand cýðan be þám sigebeácne, El. 1255. Hé in þæt búrgeteld néðde, funde on bedde blácne licgan his goldgifan, Jud. 278 : 6. 118:2270. Hí eódon wundur sceáwian, fundon on sande sáwulleásne hlinbed healdan þone þe him hringas geaf, 3033. Carcernes duru hí opene fundon, An. 1078. (6) to find by trial or experience, find an object (to be) so and so :-- Hine næ-acute;nig man yrne ne funde, Bl. H. 223, 34. Sé fand wæccendne wer wíges bídan, B. 1267. Symle hý Gúðlác gearone fundon, Gú. 885: 861. Þæt hé Ús gearwe finde, Bl. H. 83, l. Ic wundrige hwí wíse men swá swíþe swuncen mid þæ-acute;re spræ-acute;ce, and swa litel gewis funden, Bt. 41, 4; F. 250, 20. NÓ hí findan meahton æt þám æðelinge, þæt hé þone cynedóm ciósan wolde, B. 2373. Eádiglicre funden, Seel. 132. Wace beóð ðá hirdas funden þe nellað þá heorda . , . bewerian, Wlfst. 191, 7. II. with the idea of search or effort. (1) to discover or obtain by searching :-- For þí ne fint æ-acute;lc mon þ-bar; hé sécþ, for ðý hé hit on riht ne sécþ. Gé sécaþ þæ-acute;r gé findan ne magan, Bt. 33, 2 ; F. 122, 29. Heó wyrte séceð, á heó þá findeð, Rä. 35, 6 : 85, 26. Gé gold on treówum ne sécaþ, ne finde gé hit nó, Bt. 32, 3; F. 118, 9. Se forma gítsere þe æ-acute;rest þá eorþan ongan delfan. æfter golde and þá frécnan deórwurþnessa funde, Bt. 15 ; F. 48, 24. Wíc sceáwian oð þæt hié eorðscræf fundon, Gen. 2595. Eágan míne georne sceáwedun, hwæ-acute;r ic treówe funde, Ps. Th. 100, 6. Wígan æ-acute;ghwilcne þe hé on þám fyrste findan mihte, Exod. 189 : Sal. 8. Hordweard sóhte æfter grunde, wolde guman findan, B. 2294. Gif wé fundne weorðen, Jul. 335. (la) to recover something hidden away or lost :-- Swá hwá swá ungemyndig sié rihtwísnesse, gecerre hine tó his gemynde, ðonne fint hé ðæ-acute;r þá ryhtwísnesse gehýdde mid þæs líchoman hæfignesse, Bt. 35, i; F. 156, Hé hine hét sleán and deópe bedelfan. Hine man funde eft, and ferede hine tó Winceslre, Chr. 1050; P. 170, 4. Sume þá goldhord hí on eorþan áhýddon þæt hié næ-acute;nig mon siþþan findan ne meahte, 418; P. 10, 19. Mín wísdóm mé forlét. .