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248 FOR-LÆ-acute;TEDNESS -- FOR-LEÓSAN

164, 15. VI a. with complementary words indicating place or condition of object quitted :-- Hit forlæ-acute;teð þás gesceaft mid cele ofercumen, Met. 20, 157. Hí hí forlæ-acute;taþ on þám mæ-acute;stan sáre, Bt. 7, 1; F. 16, 13. Þæ-acute;r hé hine æ-acute;r forlét, B. 2787. Hé his folme forlét tó lífwraðe lást weardian, 970. Se storm þ-bar; scyp forlét betwyh þá ýþa on sídan licgende, Bd. 5, 9; Sch. 595, 14. Hé næ-acute;nigne forlét bendum fæstne, An. 1039: Chr. 937; P. 108, 23. Þone man þe hié æ-acute;r deádne forléton, Bl. H. 219, 1. VII. to leave of, give up. (1) to abandon a habit, pursuit, course of life, (a) with acc. :-- Forlæ-acute;taþ hí þá sibbe þe hí nú healdaþ, Bt. 21; F. 74, 33, 35. Ðá þú ðíne fæstræ-acute;dnesse forléte, 5, 1; F. 8, 30. Heó weoruldhád forleort (-lét, v. l.), Bd. 4, 23; Sch. 464, 14. Forlétaþ relinquite (infantiam), Kent. Gl. 288. Is ðearf ðæt hié forlæ-acute;ten ðæt dysig hiera slæ-acute;wde, Past. 339, 17: Bt. 39, 10; F. 228, 5. Hé geþóhte þ-bar; hé forléte þá ongin þæ-acute;ra bóccræfta, Gr. D. 96, 19. Unþeáwas forlæ-acute;tan, Dóm. L. 32, 79. (b) with dat. infin. :-- Þá þá hé eallunga forlét tó leornienne þá bóccræftas relictis litterarum studiis, Gr. D. 96, 17. (2) to cease to regard a law, abandon a faith, principle, &c. :-- Sé ðe forlét qui deserit (disciplinam), Kent. Gl. 454: 1049. Sé ðe áþor forlæ-acute;t, æ-acute; and godspel, Hml. S. 25, 68. Sóna swá hit forlæ-acute;t sóþcwidas, swá folgiaþ hit leásspellunga, Bt. 5, 3; F. 14, 15. Forlæ-acute;teþ, El. 929. Þonne forlæ-acute;te wit æ-acute;lce gesceádwísnesse and æ-acute;lce rihtwísnesse, Bt. 40, 2; F. 236, 29. Gé forlæ-acute;tað Godes bebod, and healdað manna laga, Mk. 7, 8. Hé forlét his fulluht, Chr. 616; P. 23, 17. Hié forléton Drihtnes dómas, curon deófles cræft, Dan. 31. Forlæ-acute;ten, Gen. 429. (3) to cease an action, a proceeding, desist from, stop. (a) with acc. :-- Bútan þú forlæ-acute;te þá leásunga unless you stop lying, El. 689. Gehwæðer þ-bar; hæ-acute;med forlæ-acute;te, Ll. Th. i. 38, 8. Ðæt man ne forlæ-acute;te náne æ-acute;scan, 232, 18: 234, 25. Sóna byþ seó untrumnys forlæ-acute;ten, Lch. i. 206, 26. (b) with (negative) clause :-- Se vultor sceolde forlæ-acute;tan þ-bar; hé ne slát þá lifre Tyties, Bt. 35, 6; F. 170, 2. VIII. to let go. (1) to cease to hold or to restrain :-- Siþþan mé (a bow) se waldend leoþo forlæ-acute;teð, ic beó lengre þonne æ-acute;r, Rä. 24, 7. Hé þ-bar; gewealdleþer forlæ-acute;t þára brídla, Bt. 21; F. 74, 31. Hé þá eá upp forlét an feówer hund eá and on lx in quadringentos sexaginta alveos amnem comminuit, Ors. 2, 4; S. 74, 1, 5. 'Ic bebeóde þ-bar; gé hine leng ne beran' ... hié sóna hine forlétan, and he gefeól, Bl. H. 189, 12. (1 a) to let blood :-- Hý of his sídan swát forlétan, Cri. 1112. Forlæ-acute;t blód of earme, Lch. ii. 130, 6. Gif þú wille on snide blód forlæ-acute;tan, 148, 10. (1 b) to relax efforts to do something :-- Sé ðe for his slæ-acute;wðe forlæ-acute;tt his gódan weorc qui mollis et dissolutus est in opere suo, Past. 445, 17. (2) not to detain :-- Hié mon forlæ-acute;teþ tó mé, Bl. H. 71, 2. Forlétes, Mt. L. 21, 3. Hié þá æ-acute;rendracan siþþan hám forléton, Ors. 4, 1; S. 154, 13. (3) to release a prisoner, captive, restore an exile :-- Wallas gé ic forléto iów cynig Judéa, Mk. R. L. 15, 9. Hé forlét Phtolomeus (cf. hé wearð gefangen, 22) tó his ríce, Ors. 5, 12; S. 242, 24. Hié hié út forléton obsidionem solvisset, 2, 6; S. 88, 9. Be ðeófes onfenge and hine man þonne forlæ-acute;te. Ll. Th. 124, 15. Þæt gé mé of þyssum earfeðum úp forlæ-acute;ten, El. 700. Mon ealle þá wræccan an cýþþe forléte jussit omnes exsules patriae restitui, Ors. 3, 11; S. 144, 15: 4, 4; S. 164, 27. Utan gangan on þissum carcerne and hine út forlæ-acute;tan, Bl. H. 247, 2. (4) to give up property, power, &c., relinquish :-- Hé forlét his ríce eall, Bt. 38, 1; F. 194, 26. Þæt wé ne lufian tó swýþe þ-bar; þ-bar; wé forlæ-acute;ton sceolan, ne þæt ne forlæ-acute;tan tó swíþe þ-bar; wé écelíce habban sceolan, Bl. H. 111, 21. Þing ne getréwe tó habbenne, ne éðe tó forlæ-acute;tanne, Bt. 7, 2; F. 18, 16. (5) to remit, forgive :-- Swá swá wé forlæ-acute;tað leahtras, Hy. 6, 23. Unriht þú forléte (remisisti) þínum folce, Ps. Th. 84, 2. Forlæ-acute;tna synna, Past. 163, 20. Forlétne, Ps. Srt. 31, 1. (6) to lose :-- Hé Breotena ríce forlét Brittaniam amisit, Bd. 1, 3; Sch. 15, 25. Gemong þæ-acute;m gewinnum hé forlét his xv suna amissis xv liberis. Ors. 3, 11; S. 152, 26. Hé forlét his eágena gesyhðe, Gr. D. 77, 20. Þá handa álýse oþþe forlæ-acute;te, Ll. Th. i. 404, 10. Þeáh hé þæt ríce forléten, ne forléton hí nó þ-bar; gecyndelíce gód, Bt. 27, 3; F. 100, 6. Ne hí wæstm forléton (amitterent), Angl. xiii. 369, 56. Gif hé hine underbæc besáwe, þ-bar; hé sceolde forlæ-acute;tan þæt wíf, Bt. 35, 6; F. 170, 10: 11, 1; F. 32, 15. Wé habbað æ-acute;gðer forlæ-acute;ten ge ðone welan ge ðone wísdóm, Past. 5, 17: Bt. 35, 2; F. 156, 20. (7) to put away, dismiss, lay aside :-- Swá hwylc man swá his wíf forlæ-acute;t (dimiserit), Mk. 10, 11. Forleites, Mt. p. 14, 16. Forlét wéfels amittit pallium, Kent. Gl. 967. (8) to send forth words :-- Hé egeslicne cwide ofer þæt folc forð forlæ-acute;teð, Cri. 1518. Þá ídlan word hé út forlét, Bl. H. 59, 19. Þæ-acute;r ic hearme word út forlæ-acute;te, Ps. Th. 140, 5. [v. N. E. D. forlet. Goth. fra-létan: O. Sax. O. L. Ger. far-látan: O. H. Ger. fer-láz(z)an: Icel. fyrir-láta.] v. án-forlæ-acute;tan; tó-, un-forlæ-acute;ten.

for-læ-acute;tedness, e; f. Intermission :-- Bútan forlæ-acute;tednesse (-end- ? -en- ?) sine intermissione, Gr. D. 227, 16. v. next two words.

for-læ-acute;tende; adj. (ptcpl.) To be relaxed or remitted :-- Tiro and Sidone forlétendre bið þonne eów Tyro et Sidone remissius erit quam vobis, Mt. R. ii. 22.

for-læ-acute;tenness. Add :-- Synna forlæ-acute;tennysse, Hml. A. 158, 155. v. forþ-, tó-forlæ-acute;tenness.

for-læ-acute;tere, es; m. One who leaves, forsakes, &c. :-- Forlétrum relinquentibus, Lk. p. 9, 17.

for-læ-acute;ting, e; f. I. leaving, quitting, v. for-læ-acute;tan, VI. 2 a :-- Gif þú gesihst beón fleón on húse þínum forlæ-acute;tincge getácnaþ, Lch. iii. 214, 9. II. leaving off, intermission :-- Búton forlæ-acute;tincge sine intermissione, Angl. xiii. 439, 1049: 444, 1121.

for-læ-acute;tnes. Take instances from for-læ-acute;tennes in Dict., and add: I. abandonment, desolation, v. for-læ-acute;tan; IV. 2 :-- Forlétnis desolatio, Lk. R. L. 21, 20. II. neglect. Cf. for-læ-acute;tan; IV. 2, VI. 1 c :-- Of aldra in forlétnisse de parentum inspretione, Mk. p. 3, 15. III. abandonment of principle, &c. v. for-læ-acute;tan; VII. 2 :-- Seó anfengnes médsceata on dómum ys sóðfæstnesse forlæ-acute;tnes, Ll. Lbmn. 476, 31. IV. cessation, intermission, v. for-læ-acute;tan; VII. 3 :-- Þ-bar; hié wacedon búton forlæ-acute;tnesse, Bl. H. 145, 32. V. relaxation of effort, remissness. v. for-læ-acute;tan; VIII. 1 b :-- Sió forlæ-acute;tnes ðæs gódan weorces ipsa operandi remissio, Past. 445, 14. VI. remission, pardon, v. for-læ-acute;tan; VIII. 5 :-- Wé sceolan gelýfan synna forlæ-acute;tnessa and líchoman æ-acute;ristes, Bl. H. 111, 10. Tó forlétnise ad ueniam, Rtl. 103, 19. In forlétnisæ (remissionem) synna, Mt. L. R. 26, 28. Forlæ-acute;tnesse, Bl. H. 35, 36: 129, 28. VII. loss. v. for-læ-acute;tan; VIII. 6 :-- Æfter þæ-acute;ra eágena forlæ-acute;tnysse, Hml. S. 23 b, 7. VIII. putting away, dismission, divorce :-- Of boec forlétnise de libello repudii, Mt. p. 18, 8. v. án-, betweohn-forlæ-acute;tness.

for-lange (? for lange); adv. Long ago :-- Forlonge (olim) þ-bar;te heá gehreáwsadon, Lk. L. R. 10, 13. Forelong, Mt. L. 11, 21. Forelonge dudum, Rtl. 194, 1.

for-leán to reprehend strongly :-- Þú scealt úpáhyfeðnysse forleón, Angl. xii. 517, 22.

for-lecgan to cover up :-- Wið foredum lime, lege þás sealfe on þ-bar; forode lim, and forlege mid elmrinde, Lch. ii. 66, 22. [O. H. Ger. fer-legen to cover up the face with a mask.]

for-legen. Add: guilty of fornication, adulterous :-- Cneórisse yfel and forlegene (adultera), Mt. R. 12, 39. Eallswá scyldig byð geteald se forlegena cniht swá þ-bar; forlegene mæ-acute;den, Hml. A. 20, 152. For mé earmlicre forlegenre, Hml. S. 23 b, 598. Fúle forlegene hóringas, Wlfst. 165, 33. ¶ weak form used substantively :-- Þá forlegnan (-legenan, v. l.) mid þám forlegenan (-um, v. l.) luxuriosi cum luxuriosis, Gr. D. 316, 6. Æ-acute;wbrecan and ðá fúlan forlegenan, Wlfst. 26, 16. [v. N. E. D. forlain. O. H. Ger. fer-legan adulter.] v. dirne-forlegen.

for-legenes, -legen[n]es. Add :-- For intingari dyrnre forlegenesse (dyrneforlegenesse, v. l.), Bd. 4, 5; Sch. 379, 8. Ásliden in forlegenesse, Gr. D. 241, 15. Unálýfedre forlegenesse, Bd. 2, 5; Sch. 133, 9. Þurh dyrne forlegennesse (-legenesse, v. l.), 1, 27; Sch. 87, 22. Cf. for-ligenes.

for-legere. Dele: for-leges. v. next word.

for-legis. Add: -leges, -liges, -lís an adulteress, a prostitute :-- Forliges prostituta, Wrt. Voc. ii. 81, 5. Forlegese scorti, Kent. Gl. 162. Forlegisse mecham, Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 38: 55, 13: Past. 353, 19. Eówer nebb sint swæ-acute; scamleáse swæ-acute; ðára wífa ðe bióð forelegissa, 206, 9. Forlegesum prostitutis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 87, 23. Forlísum, An. Ox. 8, 324. Cf. for-legniss.

forlegis-gleng the attire of a harlot (Prov. 7, 10) :-- Of forlísglenge ornatu meretricio, An. Ox. 8, 361.

forlegis-wíf, es; n. A prostitute :-- Ic þé háte læ-acute;dan tó forlegeswífa húse, Shrn. 154, 21. v. forliger-wíf.

for-legness, e; f. Fornication :-- Ðæt yfel forlegnesse fornicationis vitium, Past. 401, 25: Bd. 2, 5; Sch. 133, 9. Cf. for-legen[n]es.

for-legniss, e; f. A harlot :-- Forlegnisse meretrices, Mt. R. 21, 31. Forlægenisse, 32. Eówer nebb sint suá scamleás suá ðára wífa forelegnissa frons mulieris meretricis facta est tibi, Past. 207, 9. Cf. for-legis.

for-legor. v. for-liger: for-legystre. Dele.

for-leógan. Dele: 'To lie greatly,' and add: to accuse falsely, bear false witness against:---Ic nelle secgan unsoð on me sylfe, þ-bar; ic wið þé ne syngie, gif ic mé sylfe forleóge, Hml. S. 12, 196. Se cniht hine sylfne forleáh, 208. Ðá sæ-acute;don þá hýrédmen þ-bar; hit sóð wæ-acute;re, and ealle mid áðe Eugenian forlugan, 2, 222. Hí fundon leáse gewitan þe forlugon Naboð (cf. viri diabolici dixerunt contra eum testimonium, 1 Kings 21, 13), 18, 196. v. for-logen.

for-leórness, e; f. Transgression :-- Foreliórnesse praevaricationes, Ps. Sp. 100, 3. v. ofer-leórness.

for-leorning, e; f. Learning wrongly, error :-- Þæs leásung and forleornung cymþ tó him þe hé hine sylfne déþ tó þon þe hé nis therefore will falsehood and error come to him that he makes himself out to be that which he is not, Bl. H. 183, 34. [Cf. Ger. ver-lernung.] Cf. for-læ-acute;ran.

for-leósan. Add. I. to lose. (1) with acc. :-- Ne forleósaþ hí þone willan, Bt. 36, 7; F. 184, 27. Titus sæ-acute;de þæt hé þone dæg forlure þe hé nóht tó góde on ne gedyde, Chr. 81; P. 8, 8. (2) with dat. (inst.) :-- Hé næ-acute;fre forlýst ðám leánum, Bt. 36, 7; F. 184, 25. Forliést, 37, 2; F. 188, 25. Hé dóme forleás, B. 1470. Þæt hé elne forleóse, Gn. Ex. 188. Ic þám leánum forloren hæfde, B. 2145, Sý his spæ-acute;ce forloren