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FOR-LICGAN -- FOR-MYRÞRIAN 249

his case shall be lost, Ll. Th. i. 294, 19. II. to destroy. (1) physical :-- Hié gesworen hæfdon ðæt hié óþer forleósan woldon, oþþe hira líf, oþþe þæs cyninges, Ors. 2, 3; S. 68, 28. (2) spiritual, moral, &c. :-- þurh áðbrycas forloren, Wlfst. 164, 8. Hwæt wille ic ðisum forlorenum wiðersacan geandwyrdan, Hml. Th. i. 378, 11. [v. N. E. D. forlese. Goth. fra-liusan: O. Frs. for-liasa: O. Sax. far-liosan: O. H. Ger. fer-liosan.]

for-licgan. Add: I. intrans. To lie in an improper manner or place. (1) to lie unnoticed, to be neglected :-- Þý læ-acute;s seó mynugung forlæ-acute;ge, Ll. Th. i. 234, 29. (2) of illicit intercourse, to commit fornication with (wiþ or mid) :-- Forligeð meretricabitur, Wrt. Voc. ii. 57, 66. Gif gehádod man forlicge, Ll. Th. i. 168, 5. Gif hwá wið nunnan forlicge, ii. 300, 20. Yfel æ-acute;wbryce bið þ-bar; æ-acute;wfæst man mid æ-acute;mtige forlicge, and mycele wyrse wið óðres æ-acute;we, i. 404, 22. Gif twégen gebróðra wið án wíf forlicgan, 168, 19. Forlicgean fornicari, Scint. 89, 2. II. to injure by lying. (1) to lie with a person, defile by illicit intercourse :-- Þú on læ-acute;ces híwe hí forlicgan woldest, Hml. S. 2, 203. Forlycgan, 186. Wæs forlegen stupratur, An. Ox. 4307. Be twelfhyndes monnes wífe forlegenum. Gif mon hæ-acute;me mid twelfhyndes monnes wífe, Ll. Th. i. 68, 8. ¶ forlegen beón, wesan, weorþan fornicari :-- Thamar ys forlegen fornicata est Thamar, Gen. 38, 24. Se bið forlegen fornicatur, Past. 465, 2. Hit wyrð forlegen ad fornicationem ducitur, 463, 29. Gif se líchoma forlegan weorðeð unrihthæ-acute;mede, Met. 18, 9. Ðú eart forlegen wið manigne cópenere tu fornicata es cum amatoribus multis, Past. 405, 13. Be ðæ-acute;m forlegenan wífe de fornicante muliere, 15. Hí wæ-acute;ron forlegene fornicatæ sunt, 403, 34. (2) reflexive (cf. Icel. fyrirliggja sér to fall (of a woman) :-- Be þám wífmen þe hig forligð (fornicatur), Ll. Th. ii. 180, 2. Gif mæ-acute;den hí sylfe forligð, Hml. A. 34, 247. Ðú forlæ-acute;ge ðé fornicata es, Past. 463, 26. Hé hine forlæg wið ðá Madianiten, 353, 19. Gé eów forlæ-acute;gon fornicata es, 463, 33. Hine mon sæ-acute;de þæt heó hié wið forlæ-acute;ge, Ors. 126, 26. Þæt hí hí forlæ-acute;gen, Past. 403, 33. III. to lie in the way of, to defend. Cf. for-standan :-- Gif hwá þeóf friðige oððe forena forlicge, Cht. E. 230, 33. [v. N. E. D. forlie. O. H. Ger. fer-ligan moechari.] v. for-legen.

for-licgend, es; m. A fornicator :-- Æ-acute;lc forlicgend(fornicator) oððe unclæ-acute;ne, Scint. 98, 10. Gewemmend and forlicgend mechus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 57, 58.

for-liden; adj. Much-travelled, that has travelled far and wide :-- Se ilce Nathan wæs forliðen (cf. gelyðen, 26, 13), þæt hé wæs gefaren fram æ-acute;lcen lande tó óðren, and fram sæ-acute; to sæ-acute;, swá þæt hé hæfde ealle eorðe gemæ-acute;ren þurhfaren, St. A. ix. 11.

for-liden shipwrecked, v. for-líþan.

for-lidennes (-liþ-). Add :-- Forliþennysse naufragio, An. Ox. 629. þ-bar; ic forlidennesse gefare, Ap. Th. 12, 10. Forlidenesse ic þolie, Coll. M. 27, 1. Forlyðenisse, An. Ox. 56, 342. v. for-líþan.

for-ligenes. Add :-- For intingan dyrnre forlignesse (-lige-, v. l.), Bd. 4, 5; Sch. 379, 8. Ðurh dyrne forligenesse, 1, 27; Sch. 87, 20. v. for-legenes.

for-liger; n. Add: , -legor, -lír; pl. -ligr :-- Forligr fornicatio, Scint. 86, 17. Forligref[s ?] fornicationis, 57, 4. Forligres, 88, 5. Forligeris prostibuli, fornicationis, Hpt. Gl. 435, 42. Forligeres, hæ-acute;medes, An. Ox. 4219. Fúles forligeres lupanaris incesti, 4221. Forligres, 2, 307. Forlegores wíf, Mart. H. 140, 19 note. Forligere stupro, An. Ox. 5043. Beswícan mid forligre, Hml. S. 2, 202. Féran on forlygre to commit fornication, 217. Forleigere (-legere, R.) fornicatione, Jn. L. 8, 41. Hwá þæt forligr gefremode, Hml. Th. ii. 492, 1: Num. 14, 33. Ðínre módor mánfullan forligr (fornicationes, 2 Kings 9, 22), Hml. S. 18, 332. Þurh sibblegeru and ðurh mistlice forligru, Wlfst. 164, 6. Forligeru, 165, 32. [O. H. Ger. fer-ligari (-leg-) stuprum, fornicatio.]

for-liger; m. Add: for-liger, e; f. (?): es; n. (? :-- Gynd forligeru per scorta, Germ. 396, 236) an adulteress [The masc. (neut.?) is used of a woman] :-- Forligr adulter, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 27, 14. Forliger prostituta, meretrix, Hpt. Gl. 475, 26. Heó næs dyrne forligr, Hml. S. 12, 227. þ-bar; þú ne beó forliger (-ligr, -lír, v. ll.), ne þín æ-acute;we ne brece, Hml. A. 6, 155. Forligeres prostitutae, An. Ox. 5292. Forligre, 8, 363. Forligras cwylmiað mid forligrum, Hml. Th. i. 132, 22. Forlíra luparum, An. Ox. 7, 350. Forligrena, 8, 331. Forligrum scortis, 18, 18. Forligerum &l-bar; unrihthæ-acute;merum adulteris, Ps. L. 49, 18. Of þám dyrnum forligrum gescyppan lybbende cild, Hml. A. 36, 307. Þá fúlan forligeras Sodomitiscra ðeóda, Hml. S. 13, 191. v. next word.

for-liger; adj. Add :-- Forliger mechus, cha, chum, An. Ox. 18 b, 57: adulter (cf. later glossary :-- Adulter forli&yogh;er vel æwbræche, 95, 76), Wrt. Voc. i. 86, 68. Swá hwá swá his æ-acute;we forlæ-acute;t and óðer genimð, hé bið þonne eáwbræ-acute;ce and eác forligr, Hml. Th. ii. 322, 34. (Perhaps the last two examples belong to previous word.)

forliger-bed. Add :-- Ná on forligerbeddum and unclæ-acute;nnyssum non in cubilibus et impudicitiis (Rom. 13, 13), Hml. Th. i. 602, 4.

forligeren; adj. Adulterous, whorish :-- Forlírinys lupanaris (incesti piaculum), An. Ox. 8, 232.

forliger-hús, es; n. A brothel :-- Forligerhús lupanar, An. Ox. 5293. Tó forligerhúsum ad prostibula, 3328.

forliger-lic; adj. Adulterous :-- Þæ-acute;re forligerlicere adulterinae, An. Ox. 4246. Forligerlicum incesto, 4249. Forligerlicum húsum prostitutis, 5174.

forligerlíce; adv. Adulterously (lit. and fig.) :-- Hé áwearp his rihtæ-acute;we and forligerlíce mánfulles sinscipes breác, Hml. Th. i. 478, 28. Ðæ-acute;r is þæs geleáfan mægðhád þe wurðað æ-acute;nne sóðne God, and nele forligerlíce tó leásum hæ-acute;ðengylde búgan, ii. 566, 10.

forliger-wíf (-legor-), es; n. A prostitute :-- Affra wæs forlegorwíf (forlegores wíf, v. l.), Mart. H. 140, 19. Þú eart meretrix, þæt is forlegorwíf (-legos-, v. l.), 23. v. forlegis-wif.

forlig-gang, es; m. Adultery :-- Forliggange prostibuli (the passage is 'prostibuli stupro' (Ald. 40, 6), and the gloss, which is in the dative, seems to belong to stupro), Wrt. Voc. ii. 81, 6.

for-lís. v. for-legis.

for-líþan; p. -láþ, pl. -liton, -liþon; pp. -liden, -liþen To suffer shipwreck :-- Forliþan naufragaverant, An. Ox. 4490: 4621. v. for-liden in Dict.

for-líðednes. Dele, and see for-lidenness: for-liþen. v. for-liden.

for-logen. Substitute: for-logen; adj. (ptcpl.) Guilty of bearing false witness :-- Syndan ðurh mistlice leásunga forloren and forlogen má þonne scolde, Wlfst. 164, 7: 130, 6. Fela sýn forsworene and swíðe forlogene, 129, 7: 268, 27. [O. H. Ger. fer-logan levis: Ger. ver-logen given to lying.] v. for-leógan.

for-lor; n. (not m.). Add :-- Ðone látteówdóm ðæs forlores ducatum perditionis, Past. 33, 9. Ðæt forlor hira frecennesse perditionis suae discrimina, 403, 13. Forlor amisionem, Wrt. Voc. ii. 100, 10. [O. H. Ger. ferlor interitus, perditio.]

for-lorennes. Add :-- Deg forlorenisse (perditionis) heora, Txts. 413, 1. [O. H. Ger. fer-loran[n]issa perditio, dispendium.]

for-lorian to lose :-- Gif forlorað &l-bar; losað énne si perdiderit unam, Lk. L. 15, 4.

for-losian to destroy :-- Tó forlosanne hine ad perdendum eum, Mt. L. 2, 13.

for-lytel; adj. Very little :-- Byð forlytlu wynsumnes æt þám lýfe, Solil. H. 64, 20. Oþþe hit nán gód nis for eów selfe, oþþe forlytel gód wiþ eów tó metanne, Bt. 13; F. 40, 11. Forlytla sæ-acute;lþa oððe náne, 11, 2; F. 34, 30. [Icel. for-lítill.]

forma. Add :-- In fruma &l-bar; in forma in principio, Jn. p. 3, 2. Sylle mé þín forme bearn primogenitum filiorum tuorum dabis mihi, Ex. 22, 29.

fór-mæ-acute;l; f. l. for-mæ-acute;l; n., and add: [cf. Icel. for-mál; n. a preamble; for-máli; m. a stipulation, condition; for-mæli; n. a formula.]

for-maneg. Add :-- Heora formænig foremæ-acute;re wearþ, R. Ben. 138, 26: 139, 19. Wénde þæs formonig man ... þæt ..., By. 239. Hí þone Hæ-acute;lend wrégdon formanegum yfelum dæ-acute;dum, and hé ne wearþ næ-acute;fre náne wyrcende, Nic. 1, 18.

for-meltan. Add :-- Formelteþ liquitur, Wrt. Voc. ii. 53, 22. þ-bar; ís formealt on eallum þám mere and þ-bar; wæter wearð áwend tó wynsumum baðe, Hml. S. 11, 198. v. un-formolten.

for-mengan. For 'Past. ... Lye' substitute :-- Hé mæg hine formengan tó ðæ-acute;m écum mid his willan aeternis se conjungere per desiderium valet, Past. 395, 4.

formesta. Dele, and see from.

fór-mete. Add :-- Hig lédon on his sacc fórmete datis cibariis in viam, Gen. 42, 25. Hé sealde him formete (or for mete?), hláf and wæter tollens panem et utrem aquae imposuit scapulae ejus, 21, 14. Sile him fórmete dabis viaticum, Deut. 15, 14. Sum óðer wegférend bær fórmete (mettas tó þicgenne in þám wege, v. l.) alter viator sumendos cibos in itinere portabat, Gr. D. 128, 10. Se ríca berð máre þonne hé behófige tó his fórmettum. Hml. Th. i. 254, 30.

for-micel; adj. Very great :-- Is ðæt formicel scyld quanta sint mala, Past. 349, 17: Lch. iii. 436, 8. Þú miht witan þ-bar; þ-bar; gecynd is swíþe mice). Ýs þ-bar; formicel gecynd þ-bar; ..., Bt. 34, 11; F. 150, 33. Hé áh þæs formycle þearfe þ-bar; ..., Ll. Th. i. 372, 13.

for-miltan; p. te To cause to melt :-- Formylte liquefactas, An. Ox. 3976: 2, 278.

for-mogian; p. ode To decay :-- Sume cwæ-acute;don þ-bar; se líchama þe æ-acute;ne bið formogod and tó dúste gewend and wíde tósáwon, þ-bar; hé næ-acute;fre eft tógædre ne cóme, Hml. S. 23, 375.

for-molsnian. Add. :-- Manna líchaman formolsniað tó dúste, Hml. S. 12, 28. Hire líchama ne mihte formolsnian on eorðan ... God mæg áræ-acute;ran ðá formolsnodon líchaman, 20, 108-110. Seó anlícnys tófeól tó heora fótum formolsnod, 2, 374. v. un-formolsnod.

formolsniend-lic. v. un-formolsniendlic.

for-molsnung, e; f. Corruption :-- Formols[n]unge corruptionem, An. Ox. 1251.

for-myrþrian. Add: -myrþran :-- Gif hwylc wíf hyre cild ámyrð innan hire ... oððe eft formyrþreþ (occiderit) siþþan hit forð cymð, Ll. Th. ii. 182, 25. Þæ-acute;r (at doom's day) swutelað æ-acute;lc cild hwá hit formyrðrode, Wlfst. 137, 28.