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222 FISCOÞ -- FLÆ-acute;SC

nytnessum ge on fixnoðum ge on médwum, v. 186, 5. III. what is caught, a catch, draught of fishes :-- Cwæð hé : 'Wurp fit UNCERTAIN þín net, and þé fixnoð (fiscnoð, v.l.) becymð.' . . . Wearp þá út his net, and þæ-acute;r wearð oninnan án ormæ-acute;te leax, Hml. S. 31, 1273. Ne bærst heora net on ðisum fixnoðe . . .; and þes fixnoð getácnað þá hálgan gelaðunge, þ-bar; is eall crísten folc . . . Se fixnoð æfter his æ-acute;riste getácnode þá gesæ-acute;ligan Crístenan . . . þá þá Petrus geseah swylcne fixnoð mid hym, þá feól hé tó þæs Hæ-acute;lendes cneówum . . . His geféran . . . wæ-acute;ron eác áfyrhte for þám fixnoðe, Nap. 22.

fiscoþ, es; m. Add: I. the action or practice of catching fish. v. fiscnoþ; I:-- Læ-acute;rde hé þæt hí on fisceoðe (fiscaðe, v.l.) him andlyfne sóhton . . . Seó þeód þone cræft þæs fiscaðes ne cúðe, Bd. 4, 13; Sch. 420, 5-10. II. a place for fishing. v. fiscnoþ; II :-- Ic an þat lond at Súðeréye mid alle ðe fiscode ðe þértó bireþ, Cht. Th. 513, 6. [R. Glouc. visceth.]

fisc-pól, es; m. Add :-- Fiscpól piscina, Jn. L. 5, 2. In þ-bar; fiscpól (ðone fiscpóll, R. ) in piscinum, 7. On fiscpól, C. D. B. i. 518, 38. [Si quis furatus fuerit pisces in stagno quod Angli dicunt fiscpól, Ll. Th. ii. 544, 28. v. N. E. D. fish-pool.]

fisc-þrút, es; m. A small fish :-- Huón fiscðrútas paucos pisciculos, Mt. L. 15, 34.

fisc-wér. Substitute: fisc-wer, es; m. I. a weir for catching fish :-- Fiscwer and mylne macian, Angl. ix. 261, 12. II. a fishing-ground ; captura :-- Læ-acute;tað eówre nett on þone fiscwer laxa retia uestra in capturam (v. wer in Dict. ), Lk. 5, 4. [v. N. E. D. fish-weir. Cf. Icel. fiski-ver a fishing-place,, ]

fisc-wille, an ; f. A fish-pond :-- Fiscwelle bifarius (=vivarius) vel piscina, Wrt. Voc. ii. 126, 15 : bisarius (1. bifarius), i. 66, 8.

fisc-wylle. l. -wille, and dele last passage.

físian. Take here fésian, fýsian in Dict., and add :-- Oft on gefeohte án féseð týne. Wlfst. 163, 18. Hí munecas tódræ-acute;fdon and Godes þeówas fésedon, Chr. 975 ; P. 121, 29. Fésigende exagitans, persequens, Germ. 390, 163. [v. N. E. D. feeze.]

fisting. Substitute: físting, e; f. Breaking wind (silently) :-- Físting fesiculatio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 148, 16 : i. 46, 23. [v. N. E. D. fisting.]

fit strife. Add: [v. N. E. D. fit.]

fit a poem. Add :-- Nú ic fitte ymb fisca cynn wille wóðcræfte cýðan, Wal. 1. Hér mæg findan sé ðe hine lysteð leóðgiddunga hwá þás fitte fégde, Hpt. 33, 71, 2. [v. N. E. D. fit: O. Sax. fittia (inferred from the Latinized form vittea omne opus per vitteas distinxit) in preface to Héliand. ']

fitel-fóta; adj. Having white feet :-- Brún badius, fitelfóta petilus (cf. petulus whytfoted et dicitur de equo, Wülck. Gl. 602, 32 (15th cent. ), Wrt. Voc. i. 46, omitted after 42 (v. Angl. viii. 451). [v. (?) N. E. D. fitel-foot, an epithet of the hare. O. L. Ger. fitil-fót petilus. Cf. O.H.Ger. fizzil-féh petilus (equus), qui albos pedes habet.]

fiter-sticca. Add: [Cf. O. L. Ger. fiteri fimbria.] : fiþer. Add: v. þri-feoþor.

fiþer-bæ-acute;re ; adj. Feathered, winged :-- Fiþerbsére penniger, uelox, An. Ox. 2404. Fiþerbæ-acute;re heápas pennigeras (volucrum) turmas, 1565.

fiþer-berende. For ' Cot. 9: 170' substitute :-- Fiðerberende aliger, Wrt. Voc. ii. 5, 53.

fiþer-byrste (?) ; adj. Having four bristles (? of a stick split into four at the end) :-- Genim æ-acute;nne sticcan and gewyrc hine feðorbyrste . . . styre mid ðý sticcan ðá buteran, Lch. iii. 24, 18.

fiþercian; p. ode To flutter :-- Se fugel ongann flogettan and fiþercian ymb his ansýne avis circa ejus faciem volitare coepit, Gr. D. 100, 19.

fiþer-dæ-acute;led; adj. Divided into four parts :-- Fiderdiðledre quadripartitae, in quatuor paries divisae, Hpt. Gl. 448, 68. Þæne fyðerdæ-acute;ledan in quatuor partes divisam, 418, 23. Þá fyðerdæ-acute;ledan quadri-faria, 410, 15.

fiþer-dógor; adj. Lasting four days; quadriduanus :-- Latzarum feoðordðger deád Lazarum quadriduanum mortuum, Jn. p. 6, 8. v. feówer-dó;gor.

fiþere. Take here fypera in Dict., and add: (1) a wing of a living creature :-- Cumað egeslíce mycele deór . . . heora fyðera swégað swá swá wæteres dyne ; hí fleód swiftlíce, Wlfst. 200, 15. Fiðerum alis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 89, 55. Se kok, æ-acute;r ðæ-acute;m ðe hé cráwan wille, hefð úp his fiðru, Past. 461, 13. Seó bródige henn tóspræ-acute;t hyre fyðera and þá briddas gewyrmð, Angl. viii. 309, 26. Hé hæfde fiþru swylce þyrnen besma, Shrn. 120, 26. (2) a wing to be eaten :-- Þú scealt sellan wel meltende mettas, . . . hæ-acute;nne flæ-acute;sc and góse fiþru, Lch. ii. 196, 22.

fiþer-ecgede ; adj. Four-edged :-- [Genim twégen] sticcan feðerecgede, and wrít on æ-acute;gðerne sticcan án paternoster, Lch. i. 388, 5. v. feówer-ecgede.

fiþerede. v. twi-fiþerede.

fiþer-feald four-fold :-- Ic forgeldo feoðorfald reddo quadruplum, Lk. ' R. 19, 8.

fiþer-féte, -fóte. Take here fyfer-fýte, feþer-fðte in Dict., and add: , -fót :-- Fiðerfóte fugel griffes, Wrt. Voc. i. 2 2, 44. Eall ðæt fiðerfðte byð, Hex. 14, 30. Fiþerféte[s] quadrupedis, An. Ox. 1854. Fiþer- fétum quadripedante, 14. Gyf man forstele feoðerfót (feðerféte, v.l.) neát, Ll. Th. ii. 140, 33. Úre feþerfót niétenu animalia quadrupedia, Nar. 16, 7. Wæs þæ-acute;ra feðerfóta niétena micel mænigeo, 9, 4. Se wind ússe feþerfót niétenu swencte quadrupedia uexabantur, 22, 30. ¶ used substantivally :-- Feoðorfðta (-o. R.) his &l-bar; néteno pecora ejus, Jn. L. 4, 12. Fyþerféte swá hwilc swá gesihð, uneáðnysse getácnað . . . Fyþerféte sprecan feóndscipas cingas getácnað, Lch. iii. 210, 9, 11.

fiþer-flédende; adj. Flowing in four parts, running in four streams :-- Fyþerflédendre eá quadrifluo amne, Germ. 390, 105. v. next word.

fiþer-flówende; adj. Flowing in four parts, running in four streams :-- Fyþerflówendre eá quadrifluo (quatuor fluminibus currens) amne, An. Ox. 48, 2. v. preceding word.

fiþer-hama, an; m. A covering of feathers with wings, plumage :-- Godes engel standande mid gyldenum fyþerhaman, Hml. S. 34, 74. Hé mid deóflicum fiðerhaman fleón wolde. Hml. Th. i. 380, 29. Genámon twégen englas his sáwle, and fleógende mid hwítum fyðerhaman betμx UNCERTAIN him ferodon, ii. 334, 7. v. ge-fiþerhamod, feþer-hama.

fiþer-híwe; adj. Having four forms :-- Mid fiðerhíwum quadriformis, An. Ox. 177.

fiþer-hweohlode. v. feówer-hweohlode.

fiþerian. Add: to flutter :-- Sum fugel ongon fléogende and fiðergende ymbe his onsyne avis circa ejus faciem volitare coepit, Gr. D. 100, 19.

fiþerling, es; m. A quarter :-- Quadrans, þ-bar; ys fyðerlinc . . . quadrans byð se feórða dæ-acute;l þæ-acute;ra þinga þe man mæg rihtlíce tðdæ-acute;lan on feówer, Angl. Viii. 298, 10.

fiþer-ríca. Take here fyþper-ríca in Dict. , and add :-- Fiþerríca tetrarca, An. Ox. 1799. Philippus se fyðerríca, Hml. Th. i. 364, 30.

fiþer-ríce, es; n. A tetrarchy :-- Philippus and Heródes Judéam feþer-rícum (fyþer-, on feówer tetrarhchan, iiii rícu, v. ll. ) tódæ-acute;ldun, Chr. 12; P. 7, note 2.

fiþer-sceát. Take here feþer-soeátas in Dict.

fiþer-scíte. Take here feper-scótte, -scíte, . fýþer-scíte in Dict. , and add :-- Fiþerscýte triquadra (mundi latitude), An. Ox. 1295. Án fæt fýðerscýte and brád, Hml. S. 10, 85. Gefégde feoþersctte quadratur (durus scopulus calcis compage), Wrt. Voc. ii. 93, 68. Fiþerscýtes quadrati, An. Ox. 1702. On fiþerscítum dæ-acute;le in quadratapagina, 1589. On þám fyðerscýtum stánum, Hml. Th. i. 466, 14.

fiþer-sliht, -sleht, es; m. Wing-flapping :-- Scyllendre coca fiþerslehte concrepante pullorum plausu, An. Ox. 4892.

fiþer-tíme; adj. Having four horses abreast :-- Feoðurtémum quadrigis, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 188, 15.

fiþer-tódæ-acute;led; adj. Divided into four parts :-- Fyðertð[dæ-acute;ledre] quadripertitae, Angl. xiii. 30, 83. Cf. fiþer-dæ-acute;led.

fittan. Dele, and see fit a poem.

fitung. Add: Ll. Th. i. 310, 14. [Cf. (?) He feng to fiten his mawrnez and lasten his lauerd, jul. 70, 8.] Cf. fit strife.

fixen a vixen. Dele: fixen; adj. v. fyxen: fixnoþ. v. fiscnoþ.

flá. Add: a strong dat. flá occurs: dat. pl. flán(?) :-- Hé gebende his bogan and mid geæ-acute;ttrode flán (stræ-acute;le, Bl. H. 199, 18) ðone fearr ofsceótan wolde; ac seó geæ-acute;ttrode flá wende ongeán . . . Se mann mid his ágenre flán ofscoten wæs, Hml. Th. i. 502, 17-30. Hé wearð mid ánre flán ofscoten telo e muris jacto perfossus occidilur, Ors. 3, ll ; S. 144, 27. Hé wearð gescoten mid ánre flá on ðám cneówe, Hml. Th. 492, 5. Weartð se cyng Willelm en huntnoðe fram his ánan men mid ánre flá ofsceoten, Chr. Iioo; P. 235, 17. Flá &l-bar; gafeluca jaculo, i. sagitta, Hpt. Gl. 432, 43. Micel líget fleáh swilce flán . . . and hí wurdon mid þám fýrenum flánum ofscotene, Hml. Th. i. 504, 29-506, 1. Wurdon hí mid deófles flán (or sing. ?) þurhscotene, 62, 28. Hé ðá æ-acute;ttrigan flán costnunge ádwæ-acute;scte, ii. 140, 26. Hé læ-acute;teð stræ-acute;le fleógan, farende flán, Ru. 4, 57. [v. N. E. D. flo.]

flacea. Dele.

flacge. Substitute : flacg a poultice, plaster :-- Flacg cataplasma, Wrt. Voc. ii. 28, 3. [Cf. (?) flagge of þe erthe terricidium, cespes, Prompt. Parv. 163.]

flacor fluttering. Add: [v. N. E. D. flacker to flutter.] Cf. flicerian.

flæ-acute;sc. Take here flæ-acute;c in Dict., and add: pl. flæ-acute;scu : flæ-acute;sce (?), an; /. (v. C. D. v. 164, 32 below) (i) the soft material of an animal body, often in connexion or contrast with skin or bone :-- Tóeth;a flæ-acute;sc gingiuae, Wrt. Voc. i. 43, 33. Bán of mínum báne and flæ-acute;sc of mínum flæ-acute;sce, Gen. 2, 23. Gemolsnad flæ-acute;sc vel forrotad tabes, Wrt. Voc. i. 20, 16. Deád flæ-acute;sc, Lch. iii. 292, 3. Heora líchoman licggað on eorðan . . ., and þ-bar; flæ-acute;sc áfúlað. Bl. H. 101, 3. Gást næfþ flæ-acute;sc and bán, Lk. 24, 39. Þæs cealfes flæ-acute;sc (carnes) and fell þú bærust, Ex. 29, 14 : Ll. Th. i. 128, 15. þ-bar; UNCERTAIN flæ-acute;sc þæs deádan oxan, 50, II. (la) figurative :-- tó swutul unge þ-bar; man wite þ-bar; man clæ-acute;ne bæc (flæ-acute;sc, v. l.) hæbbe (that one is acting without fraud), Ll. Th. i. 156, 6. (2) flesh as food :-- Gebréded flaesc viscera tosta, Wrt. Voc. ii. 123, 67. Fiðeríéte flæ-acute;sð carnium quadrapedum, R. Ben. I. 71, ii. Þá git wæs flæ-acute;sc (carnes) on hira tððum. Num. ii. 33. Flæ-acute;sces hí bæ-acute;don petierunt carnes, Ps. Th. 10. -, 35. Gif mon his heówum in fæsten flæ-acute;sc gefe, Ll. Th. i. 40, 9. Mon geselle