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FINDELE -- FIRD 219

Ðín ðeów hæfð nú funden his wí sdóm, Past. 273, 15, (2) to succeed in obtaining something needed or desired, procure :-- Syle mé ðínne wineard, and ic þé óðerne finde, Hml. S. 18, 174. Þá funde se arcedeácon æt þám cnihte þ-bar; hé þone geæ-acute;ttredan drync him tó bær, Gr. D. 186, 21. He funde fíf mæ-acute;dena him tó . . . tó wunigenne mid him, Hml. S. 35, 51. Se ord bí gde upp tó þám hiltum . . . Him gewearð þ-bar; man funde níwe swurd and níwne slagan þæ-acute;rtó, 12, 233. Hí fundon leáse gewitan þe forlugon Naboð, 18, 196. He biddende wæs þ æt hé móste wið Scipian sprecan, and wilniende wæs þ-bar; hé frið betwux þæ-acute;m folcum findan sceolde, Ors. 4, 10; S. 202, II. Wið swylcan sceatte swylce hé hit þá findæ mihte, C. D. B. i. 544, 5. (2 a) in law phrases, to find surety, &c. :-- Finde hé borh, Ll. Th. i. 390, 19: 332, 20. Finde hé wærborh borh, 250, 18. Finde hé him borh, 268, 16. Hé þæs borh finde, 168, 7. Hé him borh finde þ-bar; hé swilces geswíce, 346, 13. Finde him æ-acute;le man þ-bar; hé borh hæbbe, 268, 7. Æ-acute;le preóst finde him . xii. festermen, ii. 290, 15. Seó mæ-acute;gþ þám hláfordleásan men hláford finden, i. 200, 8. þ-bar; hé þone áð funde þe sé gelýfan mihte, 158, 17. (2b) to find resolution, courage, heart to do something, to bring oneself to do something :-- [pæt hé] in hige funde tó gesecganne hwæt se beám bude, Dan. 543. Ic ne mæg findan æt mé seolfum þ-bar; ic hine æ-acute;fre geseó, Ors. 5, 12; S. 244, I. Ne meahte hé æt his hige findan þæt hé Gode wolde þeówian, Gen. 266. Hé uneáðe mihte on his móde findan þ-bar; hé swá leófne freónd fram him læ-acute;tan sceolde, Hml. S. 6, 225 : 31, 394. (3) to visit, reach a place :-- Hí flugon forhtigende, woldon hámas findan, Exod. 453. Sceal se gást cuman symble ymbe seofon niht findan þone líchoman, Seel. 10. (4) to ascertain, attain by menial effort, discover by study, find an excuse, a remedy, &c. :-- part gé blindnesse bóte fundon, Gú. 600. Þonne se læ-acute;ce þ-bar; ongit, þonne mæg hé þone læ-acute;cedóm þe raþor findan, Lch. ii. 204, 22. þú sécest beládunge, hú þú mage þ-bar; findan þ-bar; þú ne þurfe mé týðian þæs þe þú gebeden eart, Gr. D. 28, 8. þæt hé andsware æ-acute;nige ne cunne findan on ferhðe, Met. 22, 52 : Cri. 184, (5) to come to the knowledge of a fact, learn :-- He fand þurh lársmiðas hwæ-acute;r áhangen wæs rodora waldend, El. 202. (6) to ascertain by calculation :-- Swá hit úðwitan fundan, Men. 166. Sceal wintrum fród on circule cræfte findan hálige dagas, 67. Nú gé findan magon háligra tíd, 228. (7) to devise a plan, arrange, settle :-- Gestihtade hé and funde þ-bar; hé wolde landfyrde þider gelæ-acute;dan and eft on scypláde ham hweorfan terrestri itinere illo uenire, sed nauigio redire disponebat, Bd. 3, 15; Sch. 262, I. Se biscop funde him to ræ-acute;de þ-bar; hé mid fæstene swutelunge bæ-acute;don, Hml. Th. i. 502, 24. Fand, Bl. H. 199, 30: 201, 25. Funde hé swíðe yfel geðeaht consilium praebuii, Past. 423, 15. Þysne cræft funde Camillis, Ors. 2, 8; S. 92, 2. Hié þ-bar; tó ræ-acute;de fundon þ-bar; hié ciricean áræ-acute;rdon, Bl. H. 205, 13. Tó rihtan gafole oððe tó óðran forewyrdan, swá hit man findan mage wið þone arcebisceop, Cht. Th. 355, 26. Hú hé sárlícast meahte feorhcwale findan, Jul. 573: B. 3163. Næ-acute;ron nó swá endebyrdlíce hiora stede and hiora ryne funden, Bt. 35, 2 ; F. 158, 3. (8) to compose poetry :-- Ic þysne sang fand, Ap. i. Ic sceal nú mid ungerádum wordum gesettan, þeáh ic hwílum gecóplíce funde carmina quondam studio florente peregi, Bt. 2 ; F. 4, 8. (9) to determine, provide as a regulation :-- Hié fundon þæt Antigones him sceolde mid firde ongeán cuman, Ors. 3, ll; S. 146, 15 : 148, 7. Fundon Rðmáne þæt hié scipa worhton Romani classem fabricari praeceperunt, 4, 6; S. 172, l. Ðæ-acute;r þá eádigan fundon þás dómas, Ll. Th. i. 36, 12. Swá witan tó rihte finden, 50, 2. Gif hít bið ðus funden, 440, 17 : 220, 4. Beón þá herigeata swá fundene, 414, 4 note. III. to supply, provide, furnish :-- Gif mínra geréfena hwylc þis dón nylle, . . . ic finde óðerne þe wile, Ll. Th. i. 214, l. Him þæt sððcyning sylfa findeð Dens providebit sibi victimam, Gen. 2894. Farao him funde ládmen, Gen. 12, 20: Prud. l b: Hml. S. 29, 143. Fundon, Nic. 9, 6 ; Dan. 88. Find me nú æftergencgan, Hml. S. 7, 372. Þæt man finde of þám yrfe healfes pundes wyrþne sáulsceat, Cht. Th. 534, 12. Þæt hí findon betweox him twá scencingcuppan intó beódern, 536, 6. Þ UNCERTAIN hé him bysceop funde and sealde episcopum dari, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 348, 20. Þ UNCERTAIN man funde æ-acute;nne man. Ll. Th. i. 232, 13. Ðætte hió him funden londáre, C. D. i. 222, 30. Wé him sculon mete findan þá hwíle þe hý mid ús beoð, Ll. Th. i. 284, 16. Se scírgeréfa . . . lét him findan mete and fóddor æt æ-acute;lcan castelle þæ-acute;r hí tó cómon, Chr. 1075 ; P. 210, 24 v. ræ-acute;d-findende.

findele. v. fyndel.

findend, es; m. A finder, discoverer; repertor, Germ. 391, 9. v. onfindend.

findig. Dele.

finding, e; f. A device, invention :-- Nán ágenre findincge dón geþrístlæ-acute;ce nullus propria adinventione agere presumat, Angl. xiii. 441, 1051. [O.H.Ger. findunga experimentum. "]

finger. Add :-- Gif se midlesta finger sié of áslegen, sió bót bið .xii. scitt. Gif se lytla finger bið of áslegen, þám sceal tó bóte . viiii. sciit. , Ll. Th. i. 96, 3-8. Læ-acute;t gán þ-bar; getæl swá wé nú cwæ-acute;don, þ-bar; þú cume tó þæs læ-acute;stan fingres nægle go on counting as we have just said, till you come to the nail of the little finger, Angl. viii. 326, 31. Gif man þone lytlan finger of áslæhð, .xi. scitt. gebéte, Ll. Th. i. 16, 12. Mec (a book) fingras feóldon, Rä. 27, 7. Folm mec mæg bifón and fingras þrý útan eáðe ealle ymbclyppan in media concludor parte pugilli, 41, 52. Genim cymenes swá micel swá þú mæge mid þrím fingrum foreweardum geniman, Lch. ii. 180, 20. Æt þám ó ðrum táum healf gelde, eal swá æt þám ingrum ys cwiden, Ll. Th. i. 20, 4. v. scytel-finger.

finger-æppel. Add :-- Tæ-acute;nel gefylledne mid palmtreówa wæstmum þe wé hátað fingeræppla, Hml. -S. 23 b, 662. Fingerapplu palmeti, Hpt. 11. 496, 63.

finger-docce(-a?), an ; f. (m. ?) A finger-muscle :-- Fingirdoccana (-do[c]cuna, Erf. ) digitalium musculorum, Txts. 57, 687.

finger-liþ, es; n. A finger-joint :-- Lið &l-bar; fingerlið articulus, Nap. 79.

-fingre. v. twi-, þri-fingre: flnig. v. fynig: flniht. Dele, and see fyniht.

finol. Add :-- Finulae (finugl, Ep. Erf. ) finiculus, Txts. 63, 880. Finul finiculis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 35, 55 : fenuculum, 38, 67.

fint. v. fyne: finta. For passage under I substitute :-- Þonne is se finta fægre gedæ-acute;led, sum brún, sum basu, sum blacum splottum searolice beseted caudaque porrigitur fulvo distenta metallo, in cujus maculis purpura mista rubet, Ph. 295,

firas. l. fíras.

fird (faerd, ferd, fierd, fyrd(e). Add: I. in glosses or referring to other than English forces, (1) an expedition, campaign :-- Faerd (fertd, Erf. ) expeditio, Txts. 61, 790. Fird, Wrt. Voc. ii. 29, 69. Fird expeditio, i. praeparatio, 145, 41. Fyrda expeditionum, 76, 62 : 29, 70. Firdum expeditionibus, 30, 8. Ðá gesægdon Rómáne Bryttum þ-bar; hí nó má ne mihton for heora gescyldnysse swá gewinnfullicum fyrdum swencte beón, Bd. I. 12; Sch. 33, 17. (2) an army :-- Ferd exercitus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 145, 41. Hi cómon tó Móise þæ-acute;r hé mid þæ-acute;re firde wæs venerunt ad Moysen et ad omnem coetum, Num. 13, 27. Cómon þá fíf cynegas mid firde (cum exercitibus suis). Jos. 10, 5. Eneas mid his firde fór in Italiam, Ors. ii; S. 50, 24. Mid lytelre firde, 3, 7; S. 118, Hé mid firde wæs farende þæ-acute;r Constantinus wæs mid óþerre fierde, 6, 31; S. 284, 32. Philippus gelæ-acute;dde fird on Læcedemonie, 3, 7; S. 118, 24. Hé gegaderade fierd bellum parans, 6, 31; S. 286, 9. Eóde Porrus mé on houd mid ealle his ferde and dugoþe, Nar. 19, 17. Swylce man fyrde trymme and samnige, Bl. H. 01, 31. Fyrdum exercitibus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 145, 42. (3) a camp :-- Ær þæ-acute;m gefeohte, þá hié on firde wæ-acute;ron, Ors. 4, l; S. 156, 34. Hannibal bestæl on þone consul, ðæ-acute;r hó on firde sætt (where he was encamped), 4, 10; S. 198, 12. II. used in reference to the English militia. [The military part of the trinoda necessitas is variously rendered in Latin charters, e. g. expeditio, C. D. ii. 291, 7: expeditions profectio, 352, i: expeditionis juvamen (adjuvamen, obsejuium, subsidium, auxilium, labor, exercitiutn), 318, 26: 183, 2: 292, 19: iy. 142, 22: 45, 12: v. 181, 29: 327, 25: exercitus aditus, v. 259, 18: 283, 23: bellicae multitudinis additio iii. 358, 31 ' agonis obsequium, ii. 268, 27: vi. 166, 17: agonis militia, ii. 389, 31. Other forms are more descriptive of the general character or object of the obligation, regni defensio, iv. 149, ii : expeditio popularis, 74, 17communis expedifionis labor, 98, 8 ; communis (rata, justa, si necessitas exigaf) expeditio, v. 102, 6: iv. 35, 27 : ii. 362, 18 : iv. 115, 24: hostium expeditio, iii. 316, 17: expeditio contra (in) hastes patriae, iv. 95, 12 : 92, 19 ; communis publicae rei expeditio, iii. 194, 33: 242, 34: expeditio contra hastes, 245, ii ; communis (publica) contra hostes expeditio, 232, 26: 246, 14: generalis expeditionis necessaria societas, v. 232, 7- Cf. too, si contingat expeditionem promoueri, C. D. iii. 301, 13: 319, 36: expeditionis militia augenda, v. 334, -7 ' cum glomerata sibi alternatim expeditions compulerit populari commilitonum confligere castra, iii. 252, 10: iv. 85, !2, ]:-- Besæt sió fierd hié þæ-acute;r útan þí hwíle þe hié þæ-acute;r lengest mete hæfdon. Ac hié hæfdon þá heora stemn gesetenne and hiora mete genotudne . . . fÞá se cyng wæs þiderweardes mid þæ-acute;re scíre þe mid him fierdedon . . . , sió óþeru fierd wæs hámweardes, Chr. 894 ; P. 85, 22-86, 4. Seó fird, P. 88, 7, 20. Gesomnode man ormæ-acute;te fyrde Defenisces folces and Sumorsæ-acute;tisces . . . beáh seó Englisce fyrd, looi; P. 133, 23. Wæs þæs cynges fyrde hindan, 948; P. 112, 30. Cóm seó Centisce fyrde, 999 ; P. 131, 21. Hé hét óðre fyrde ábannan, . . . and his fyrde tóscyfte . . . , seó fyrde eall tógædre cóm, 1095; P. 231, 21. Sende hé his sunu of þæ-acute;re fierde micle werede, 823; P. 60, 12. Mid West-Seaxna fierde, 851; P. 64, 21. Of þæ-acute;re fierde, ge eác of þæ-acute;m burgum, 894; P. 84, 30. Cóm Byrhtnðð ealdorman mid his fyrde, 993 ; P. 126, 5 : 1001 ; P. 133, 22. Sceóc hé on niht fram þæ-acute;re fyrde him sylfum tó mycelum bismore, 992 ; P. 127, 16 (cf. Ll. Th. i. 310 below). Ecgbryht læ-acute;dde fierd, 827; P. 60, 32. Ferde, 605; P. 23, 5. Gegaderode Ælfréd cyning his fierd, 894 ; P. 84, 23. Fird, 905 ; P. 94, I. Hét hé beódan ofer ealle þá fird, 94, 4. Hé sende firde ge of West-Seaxum ge of Mercum, 910; P. 94, 28. Fyrde, 993; P. 127, 27. regulations concerning the fird (see, too, the compounds) :-- Gif þisses hwæt gelimpe þenden fyrd úte sié, hit sié twybóte, Ll. Th. i. 88, ii. Gif hwá bútan leáfe of fyrde gewende þe se cyning sylf on sý, plihte him sylfum . . . , and sé þe elles of fyrde gewende, beo sé, cxx. scill. scyldig, 310, 28-30 (cf. 420, 7). Gif hwá on fyrde griðbryce fulwyrce, þolige