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FOR-DYSLIC -- FORE-BEÁCEN 237

tabuerunt, 4032: euanuerunt, i. defecerunt, 1679. Swylce sceadu gewitan, swylce swefen fordwinan (euanuerunt), Scint. 215, 11. Fordwínan euanescere, i. deficere, An. Ox. 3272. [v. N. E. D. fordwine.]

for-dyslic; adj. Very foolish :-- Is þ-bar; þonne fordyslic geswinc, Bt. 18, 1; S. 42, 10.

for-dyttan. Add :-- Fordytte obstruit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 115, 24. Fordyttat obtrudite, Germ. 398, 95. Fordyt oblitum, coopertum, 397, 378. I. in a literal, physical sense :-- Þá geoniendan ceáfla þrotbollan fordytte hiulcos (i. apertos) faucium gurguliones oppilauit (i. obturauit), An. Ox. 3577. Bescufon hí þone man in þone ofn and fordytton þone ofn (clibanum clauserunt), Gr. D. 219, 13. Hí fordytton æ-acute;lc fær upp tó þám muntum praeoccupaverunt omnes vertices montium, Hml. A. 104, 70. Fordytte þ-bar; eáre mid þæ-acute;re wulle, Lch. ii. 42, 25: 44, 3. Hé hét fordyttan þæs scræfes múð mid weorcstánum, Homl. Th. ii. 424, 26. Fordyttum scyttylsum obseratis uectibus, Germ. 399, 349. II. figurative, where there is obstruction of the mind or senses :-- Líchamlicere forspennincge fordyt carnalis (caligo) inlecebrae optundit (i. obfuscat), An. Ox. 1725. Sé fordett qui opturat (aurem suam), Kent. Gl. 777. Heó simble heora eáran fordyttan and hit gehýran noldon, Wlfst. 255, 7. Heora módes andgytu hí fordytton, Hml. S. 23, 379. Forduttende (obturantes) eáran hire, Ps. Srt. 57, 5. Fordytt obstructum, Bl. Gl. Mid swige fordyt silentio oppilatum (i. obturatum), An. Ox. 2086. Fordytte þinc abstrusa, 2335. [v. N. E. D. fordit.] v. un-fordyt[t].

fore. Take here fóre (l. fore), and add: A. with dat. or uncertain. I. local, before, in front of :-- Gif him wan fore wolcen hangað (cf. þonne sweartan wolcnu him beforan gáþ, Bt. 6: F. 14, 22), Met. 5, 4. Ásetton on gesyhðe sigebeámas þrý eorlas fore Elenan cneó, El. 848. I a. figurative :-- Næs ðæ-acute;r nán man þe gryre and ege fore ne stóde no one who had not horror and terror before his eyes, Hml. S. 23, 83. I b. of position, degree, at the head of, acting as ruler of :-- Hé manega gæ-acute;r wæs fore þám mynstre (ealdor þæs mynstres, v. l. praefuit). Honoratus tó dæge is fore þám ylcan mynstre (praeest), Gr. D. 96, 10, 15. Ealle ðá ðe fore óðrum bieón sculon, Past. 107, 23. Hié beóð óðrum bróðrum ofergesett and him fore beón sculon on godcundum ðingum fratribus animarum causa praelati sunt, Past. 126, 17: 129, 6. Sácerdas dám geleáffullum sculon fore beón sacerdotes fidelibus praesunt, 139, 16. Hí gewilnodon þ-bar; hé þám mynstre beón scolde fore (hyra mynstres ealdor beón sceolde, v. l. eis praeesse deberet), Gr. D. 103, 30. I c. within sight or hearing of. Cf. for; A. I c :-- Hé heom fore sæ-acute;de his neóde, Chr. 1087; P. 223, 30. II. temporal, before :-- Is nú feala forðgewitenra ... þe ús fore wæ-acute;ron, El. 637. II a. of previous action :-- Hí férdon tó heora geférum þe him fore stópon, Hml. S. 4, 416. III. figurative. (1) marking cause, for, from, through, because of. v. for; A. III. 1 :-- Hí forhte beofiad fore fæder egsan, Cri. 1015: Gú. 310. Him tó móde fore monlufan sorg gesóhte, 324. Hé sceal fore hæ-acute;ðenra handgewinne gást onsendan, An. 186, 1034. (2) marking reason, ground, on account of. v. for; A. III. 2 :-- Geswænced from his moniendum fore .xii. scillingum, Gr. D. 157, 33. Hé fore góddæ-acute;dum glade blissiað, Cri. 1287. Adames cynn cwíðeð nales fore lytlum, ac fore þám mæ-acute;stan mægenearfeðum, 963. Þ-bar; þing ðe mon eall gód fore déþ, Bt. 34, 7; F. 142, 36. Þý læ-acute;s fore þæ-acute;re mæ-acute;rðe him mód ástíge, Crä. 101. Tó ðæ-acute;re genihtsumnisse þe hié ús ealneg fore gielpað to the abundance on account of which they are always boasting to us, Ors. 4, 7; S. 182, 16: S. 4, 18. (3) marking motive, for, from, through, v. for; A. III. 3 :-- Hé wið ðon won fore (for, v. l.) geornfullnesse and for lufan þæs árfæstan gewinnes renitentem studio et amore pii laboris, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 349, Þú fore monna lufan þínre módor bósm gesóhtes, Hö. 110; Fa. 78. Gé fore æfstum on his wergengan wíte legdon, Gú. 684: Mód. 37. (4) marking substitution, in place of, instead of. v. for; A. III. 4 :-- Dyde ic mé tó gomene ganetes hleóðor, mæ-acute;w singende fore medodrince, Seef. 22. Fore hundum tigras and leópardos hí fédað, Nar. 38, 3. Sé þe hors nabbe wyrce þám hláforde þe him fore ríde, Ll. Th. i. 232, 21. (5) with verbs expressing or implying payment, requital. v. for; A. III. 6. (a) marking compensation :-- Gif hwá óðrum his eáge oþdó, selle his ágen fore (for v. l.); tóð fore (for, v. l.) téð, honda wið honda, fét fore fét, bærning fore bærninge, Ll. Th. i. 48, 20-22. Gif oxa óðres monnes oxan gewundige, and hé þonne deád sié ... selle him óðerne oxan fore, 50, 13. (b) marking expiation :-- Hé on þone beám áhongen wæs fore moncynnes mánforwyrhtum, Cri. 1095. Se þegn fore fæder dæ-acute;dum blódfág swefeð, B. 2059. (c) where an obligation is discharged :-- He náh self nánwiht tó gesellanne ... þonne gæ-acute;ð óðer man, seleð his ceáp fore ... sé þe him æ-acute;r ceáp fore sealde, Ll. Th. i. 142, 2-6: 7. Gif hé nyte hwá him fore béte, 164, 12. Gif seó mæ-acute;gð him fore gyldan nellen, 248, 5. Sé þe áhte þ-bar; yrfe þe wé fore gildað (the property in connexion with which the reward is given), 234, 25. v. sceótan; VII. (6) for the sake of. v. for; A. III. 7 :-- Þá earfeðu þe hé fore ældum ádreág, Cri. 1202. Deáðe mínum þe ic ádreág fore þé, 1476. Hé earfeðu geþolade fore þearfe þeódbúendra, 1173. (7) on behalf of, for the advantage of. v. for; A. III. 8 :-- Þ-bar; man ne mót him mæssian fora, ne him openlíce fora gebiddan, Ll. Th. ii. 386, 16-18. Biddende þæt heom fore gebeden sý postulent pro se orari, R. Ben. 59, 21: 62, 8: 127, 18, 19. Hé bæd mé ðæt ic him wæ-acute;re forespeca ... Ðá spæc ic him fore, Cht. Th. 169, 29. Ic ne tóweorpe ðá burg ðe ðú fore spriceð non subvertam urbem pro qua locutus es, Past. 399, 31. Fore þencean, Past. 75, 11: 97, 21. Gif bád genumen sý on monnes orfe for óðres monnes þingum, þonne begyte þá báde hám sé þe heó fore genumen sý, i. 354, 7. Blíþre bið seó sáwl þæs mannes, þonne hire man þá ælmessan fore dæ-acute;leþ, Bl. H. 41, 33: Gú. 373. Hé him (v. Angl. vi. p. 136 of Anzeiger) worhte fore wundur mæ-acute;re, Ps. Th. 77, 14. (7 a) to the honour of :-- On þæ-acute;re hálgan Þrynnesse naman þe seó stow is fore hálig in the name of the holy Trinity to which the place is dedicated, Cht. Th. 559, i. (8) marking object of fear, &c. v. for; A. III. 10 :-- Hié ealle þreátas oforhogodan, and him nówiht fore ne ondrédon, Bl. H. 119, 16. Hý beofiað fore Freán forhte, Cri. 1231. Ne þreodode hé fore þrymme þeódcyninges æ-acute;niges, Ap. 18. (9) marking obstacle, v. for; A. III. 12 :-- Ic ne mæg fore mínum wonæ-acute;htum willan ádreógan, Hy. 4, 103. Hé staþolfæst ne mæg fore leahtra lufan leng gewunian, Jul. 375. (10) marking end to be attained :-- Wé sellað ðæt lond ... fore hyhte and fore aedleáne ðaes aecan and ðaes tówardon lífes, and fore uncerra sáula héla, C. D. i. 292, 22-26. (11) with verbs of appeal. v. for; A. III. 18 :-- Ic þé hálsige fore þínum cildháde, ... and fore þæ-acute;re wunde, Hö. 118-120: 122. Fore Godes sibbum, Jul. 540. (12) with verbs of speaking, hearing, of, about; de :-- Ealle men ðá ðe ðyses weres líf cúþon oþþe fore hýrdon, Bl. H. 219, 34. His fyrngeflitan þe ic æ-acute;r fore sægde, Pa. 34. B. with acc. (1) with verbs of movement, before, into the presence of :-- Mín gebed fore sylfne þé becume oratio mea praeveniet te, Ps. Th. 87, 13. Cuman fore heofona cyning, Cri. 1039: 796: 1114. Heafde se cyng hí fore begán mid ealre fyrde, Chr. 1009; P. 139, 19. (2) marking substitution, v. for; B. (1) :-- Dyde ic mé tó gomene ganetes hleóðor and huilpan swég fore hleahtor wera, Seef. 21.

fore; adv. Substitute: fore; adv. I. local (lit. or fig.), in front, at the head, as chief :-- Fore tó yrnenne prodeundi, Scint. 224, 7. Eorðcyningas þe folcum hér fore wísien kings that, placed at their head, direct the peoples, Ps. Th. 148, 11. II. temporal, before :-- Fore ic cueð &l-bar; æ-acute;r ic sægde praedixi, Mt. L. 28, 7: Mk. L. 13, 23. See also fore; prep., and verbs with fore as prefix. In the Northern specimens many Latin verbs with the prefixes prae, pro are glossed by fore and the verb which translates the simple Latin verb, e.g. foregearuiga praeparauero, Jn. L. 14, 3: foregebécnade praefigurat, Mt. p. 9, 16: forefeóll procidit, Mk. L. 7, 25: foresendeð promittit, Jn. p. 6, 16. Such forms for the most part are not cited. The Latin ob is also rendered by fore e.g. foregeðístrat obcecatum, Mk. L. 6, 5 2: foragémnis observatio, Lk. L. 17, 20: foresuíge obmutesce, 4, 35.

fore-ádihtian; p. ode To arrange beforehand, pre-arrange :-- Ðis æ-acute;rendgewrit Agustinus bróhte, swá hit æ-acute;r foreádihtode Róme pápa, Past. 9, 9.

fore-andfenge glosses praesumtus :-- Foreondfengca praesumta, Lk. p. 2, 13.

for-eald. v. for-ealdian: for-ealden. v. for-healdan.

for-ealdian. Add: (1) of living material, animal or vegetable, to grow weak with age :-- Æpla, græs, and wyrtan foraldiað and forsériað ... Ge furþum manna líchaman forealdiað ... hý árísað on dómes dæge swá þæt néfre syððan þá líchaman ne geendiað ne ne forealdiað, Solil. H. 10, 3-12. Ic eom forealdod inveteravi, Ps. Th. 6, 6. Þá þá Dúnstán iung man wæs, and se swurdbora wæs forealdod man, Hml. S. 32, 6. Ic him sæ-acute;de þ-bar; hé forealdod wæ-acute;re, and tó þæs eald wæ-acute;re þ-bar; hé ne mihte elcor gewearmigan búton æt fýre, Nar. 18, 14. Swá forealdod mon decrepitus senex, 21. Foreald[od] decrepita, An. Ox. 2109. On fótum forealdudes (ueterani), Scint. 223, 13. Mec þás forealdodan elreordegan bysmergeað illudi me a barbaris senibus existimavi, Nar. 25, 25. Samuhel and Danihel cildgeonge forealdedum mæssepreóstum démdon Samuel et Daniel pueri presbiteros judicaverunt, R. Ben. 114, 8. (2) of dead matter, to get worn out with long use, to decay through being kept too long :-- Warnige hé þ-bar; þ-bar; húsl ná forealdige; gif hit for[h]ealden sí, þ-bar; his man brúcan ne mæge, forbærne hit man, Ll. Th. ii. 252, 7. Hé funde on þám mynstre ... I. forealdodne nihtsang ... and II. forealdode ræ-acute;dingbéc swíþe wáke, Cht. Th. 430, 25-31. (3) of abstract things :-- Mín mægn forealdode, Ps. Th. 31, 3. (4) of a period of time, to run out, expire :-- Seó syxte yld þe nú ys hyre geendung ys swýðe ungewis, ac hyre yld sceal forealdian and mid worulde ende beón geendod, Angl. viii. 336, 13. [v. N. E. D. forold.]

fóre-aþ, fór-aþ. l. fore-áþ, for-áþ, and add :-- Hé móste mid his foráðe his hláford áspelian, Ll. Th. i. 192, 2.

for-eáþelíce; adv. Very easily, without inconvenience :-- Hú mihtú for sceame æ-acute;niges ðinges æt Gode biddan, gif ðú forwyrnst ðínum gelícan þæs ðe ðú foreáðelíce him getíðian miht?, Hml. Th. i. 256, 7.

fore-beácen. Add :-- Hér wæ-acute;ron réðe forebécna (-býcna, v. l.) cumene ofer Norðanhymbra land ... þ-bar; wæ-acute;ron orméte lígræscas, and wæ-acute;ron geseowene fýrene dracan on þám lyfte fleógende, Chr. 793; P. 55, 32. Forebeácna portentorum, An. Ox. 4969. Forebeácnum signis, i. prodigiis, 2068. Stephanus worhte forebeácena (prodigia, Acts 6, 8)