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250 FORN -- FOR-SCAPUNG

forn a trout. Add: [O. L. Ger. forna tructuria; forna, forchna tructa.]: fórn, fórne. l. forn, forne. v. foran, forane.

for-næ-acute;man; p. de To consume :-- Þonne heó byð mid langre nearonesse þæ-acute;re gnornunge forht and geswænced and fornæ-acute;med cum longa moeroris anxietudine fuerit formido consumta, Gr. D. 245, 3. Cf. for-niman.

for-neáh. Add :-- Forneáh þá mæ-acute;stan, Ors. 2, 6; S. 88, 29. Fornæ-acute;h ealle Weast-Centingas, Chr. 999; P. 133, 2. Fornéh circiter (X millia), An. Ox. 3421. Hé forneáh hungre swealt, Ors. 4, 6; S. 170, 30. Seó dæ-acute;d wearð forneáh Rómánum tó ðæ-acute;m mæ-acute;stan hearme, 4, 13; S. 210, 10. Fornéh propemodum (satis cruenta), An. Ox. 3788. Forneáh wyrs bereáfode, Ll. Lbmn. 475, 14. Forneáh oþ þá beorgas, Ors. 1, 1; S. 12, 1. Forneáh oð August, Chr. 1097; P. 233, 18. Forneáh mid ealle, Ors. 1, 10; S. 48, 7. Forneáh tó náuhte gedón, Bt. 38, 3; F. 190, 19.

for-neán. Take here instances under forneáh in Dict., and add :-- Forneán propemodum, i. pene (inuestigabile), An. Ox. 2674. Unsprecende forneán, Hml. S. 3, 481. Forneán þ-bar; ýtemeste íglond, Lch. iii. 432, 18. Forneán circiter, i. pene (quingentorum), An. Ox. 3719: Angl. vii. 36, 335. Wé swincan nellað nánþincg forneán, Hml. S. 28, 133. Fornión paene, Kent. Gl. 100.

for-nefe. Dele.

for-neted cli (fornaeticli, Ep. Gl., fornetiali, Erf. Gl.) glosses cyprinus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 105, 72. Cf. (?) forn a trout, v. Angl. xxi. 242.

Fornétes folm. Add :-- Forneótes (printed -reotes) folm manus færne, Wrt. Voc. ii. 59, 40. v. Grmn. D. M. p. 240 (trans.).

for-néþan; p. de (reflex.) To risk one's life :-- Him leófre wæs þæt hié hié seolfe fornéðdon þonne hié þá iermþo leng þrowedon, Ors. 5, 3; S. 222, 1.

for-nídan, -nýdan, Wlfst. 158, 10. v. for-nýdan in Dict.

for-niman. Add: I. to seize and hold. (1) lit. of a criminal or captive :-- Ic eom mid racenteágum fornumen, Hml. Th. i. 462, 31. Ðis wíf fornumen is (deprehensa est) in dernegiligro, Jn. R. 8, 4. (2) of that which affects the body or mind, e.g. disease or fear :-- Se unclæ-acute;na gást fornóm (arripiebat) hine, Lk. L. 8, 29. Ádl þé fornime þ-bar; þú ne beó hál ne gesund, Ap. Th. 21, 16. Læg heó swilce mid slæ-acute;pe fornumen, Hml. Th. ii. 32, 29. Seó módor mid murcnunge wæs fornumen, Hml. S. 2, 105. Mid fyrhte fornumene, 3, 138: Hml. Th. ii. 382, 3. Mið costungum fornumena tormentis comprehensos, Mt. L. 4, 24. (3) to comprehend :-- Ðióstro hiá ne fornómon (compraehenderunt), Jn. L. R. 1, 5. II. to seize and take away, carry off, do away with :-- Fornymþ aboleuerit, Germ. 388, 30. Fornoom intercepit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 111, 18. Sume þá wyrta wæ-acute;ron mid fótum fortredene, sume hý wæ-acute;ron mid ealle fornumene (direpta), Gr. D. 23, 30. Freóriht fornumene, Wlfst. 158, 15. II a. of death :-- Hine swá fæ-acute;rlíce deáð fornam ðæ-acute;t hé ungefullad forðférde, Bl. H. 217, 19. Þæt hié deáð fornóme, Ors. 4, 6; S. 174, 26. III. to take from a person, defraud :-- Ne fornime incer nóder óðer nolite fraudare invicem, Past. 399, 34. IV. to seize and devour, consume :-- Fornumen exesum vel commessum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 144, 77. (1) of living creatures :-- Hié (the hippopotamuses) þá men mid heora múðe sliton and hié ealle fornámon (assumpserunt), Nar. 11, 5. Hé (Herod) mid wyrmum fornumen gewát of lífe consumptus a vermibus exspiravit (Acts 12, 23), Hml. Th. ii. 382, 34. Fornumene exesa, consumpta, An. Ox. 50, 39. (2) of the destruction wrought by a person (or weapon) :-- Þín sweord fornymeð þíne þá wiþerweardan, Guth. 78, 2. Hé ðá óþre wered fornóm (nám, v. l.) and fordílgode ceteras capias deleuit, Bd. 2, 2; Sch. 121, 19. Fornómun mec consummaverant me, Ps. Srt. 118, 87. (3) of natural agents, fire, disease, &c. :-- Ragu and meós fornymð (consumet) ealle wæstmas, Deut. 28, 42. Fýres gecynd is þæt hit fornimð swá hwæt swá gehende bið, Hml. Th. i. 320, 27. þ-bar; fýr ne fornam ne án hæ-acute;r heora feaxes, Hml. S. 30, 464. Tó fornimene voraturos (ardores), An. Ox. 3979. God is fornymende fýr (ignis consumens), Hml. Th. i. 322, 9. Líchama mid hreófnisse fornumen (devoratum), Num. 12, 12. Úre hors wæ-acute;ron swíðe mid þurste fornumene, Nar. 12, 14. (4) of the passage of time :-- On sáre and on geómrunga mín líf and míne geár syndon fornumene, Bl. H. 89, 15. [v. N. E. D. fornim. Goth. fra-niman: O. Sax. far-niman: O. H. Ger. fer-neman.]

for-nirw(i)an to check the growth of (?) :-- Ðæ-acute;re .x. niht (after Christmas) gif wind byð, treów byóð fornerwede (will come into leaf late?), Lch. iii. 164, 24.

for-nytlíce; adv. Very usefully :-- Fornytlíce (full nyttlíce, v. l.) utiliter, Gr. D. 174, 20.

forod. Add :-- Gif hóhsino forod (-ad, 146, 4) sié, Lch. ii. 14, 27. Ðe má ðe æ-acute;nig fugel his flyhtes gewylt, gif his óðer fiðere forod bið, Hml. Th. ii. 318, 29. Heora fæder feóll foredum swyran, 326, 7. Man hine foredum sceancum intó þæ-acute;re eá wurpe, Hml. S. 27, 58. v. sceanc-, un-forod.

forod-fót[e]; adj. Having a broken foot, broken-footed :-- Se forudfóta, Past. 66, 9 (note on p. 505).

forod-lic. v. un-forodlic.

for-oft. Add :-- Se Hæ-acute;lend hét hine sylfne mannes sunu foroft, Hml. A. 55, 118: 58, 169: 50, 26: 71, 169. Þá unrihtwísan déman beóð wyrsan þonne heregende here: here man mæg foroft befleón, ac þá déman man ne mæg befleón, Ll. Lbmn. 475, 23.

for-pæ-acute;ran. Add :-- Hé ne mæg ús ætbrédan úrne geleáfan ne þæt éce líf, gif wé ús sylfe mid ágenum willan ne forpæ-acute;rað, Hml. Th. i. 576, 12. Hí mid swicdómum hí sylfe and óðre forpæ-acute;rað, 514, 33. Sume swefna beóð of deófle tó sumum swicdóme, hú hé ðá sáwle forpæ-acute;re, Hml. S. 21, 407. Wé ne mótan ná furðor embe þis (the nature of God) smeágan, gif wé nellað ús sylfe forpæ-acute;ran (if we do not wish to work our own destruction), 1, 71.

for-pyndan. Substitute: To preclude, shut up, stop, prevent the action of :-- Críst onwráh in Dauides dýrre mæ-acute;gan þæt is Euan scyld eal forpynded Christ revealed that in the Virgin Mary Eve's guilt is closed, Cri. 97.

fór-racu, e; f. An itinerary :-- Fórrake itinerarium, An. Ox. 7, 121. v. fór-bóc.

for-ræ-acute;dan. Add :-- Faerréd (fer-, Ep.) proscripsit, Txts. 89, 1635. Forræ-acute;dde, Wrt. Voc. ii. 68, 36. Iudéisc folc þurh deófles láre hine forræ-acute;dde (fordémde on margin of a later MS.), Wlfst. 17, 19. Hé geþafode þæt hine man tó deáþe forræ-acute;dde, 22, 20. [v. N. E. D. forrede. O. L. Ger. far-rádan tradere: O. H. Ger. fer-rátan prodere, tradere, machinari.]

for-raþe. Add: v. for-hraþe.

for-réceleásian; p. ode To neglect :-- Þá þe swá Godes bebodu forréceleásiað, þ-bar; hig þisne egeslican cwide (the sentence on the wicked at the resurrection) gehýran sculon, Ll. Th. ii. 396, 21.

for-repen. v. for-hrepian: fór-rídan to ride and stop, cut off. l. for-rídan: fór-rídel. l. for-ridel.

for-rotian. Add :-- Forrotað putrescet, Kent. Gl. 324. Fultum heora forrotað (ueterescet) on helle, Ps. Rdr. 48, 15. Ðá nýtenu forrotedon on heora meoxe, Hml. Th. i. 118, 15. Ne forrotige on brosnunge þeós hand, Hml. S. 26, 101. Ðeáh ðá bán for æfste forrotigen putredo ossium invidia, Past. 235, 14, 25. Ne þínne gehálgodan þú ne læ-acute;tst forrotian ne forweorðan nec dabis sanctum tuum videre corruptionem, Ps. Th. 15, 10. Forrotad tóð dens putridus, Kent. Gl. 966. [v. N. E. D. forrot.]

for-rotigendlic, -rotodlic. v. un-forrotigendlic, -forrotodlic.

for-rotodnes. Add :-- Forrotadnes putredo, Kent. Gl. 395. Forrotodness caries, An. Ox. 18 b, 17. Áfylled mid deádum bánum and forrotodnysse plenus ossibus mortuorum et omni spurcitia (Mt. 23, 27), Hml. Th. ii. 404, 19. Forrotodnesse corruptionem, Ps. L. 15, 10. Wyð þæs múþes and gómena fúlnysse and forrotudnysse, Lch. i. 264, 1.

for-sacan. Add :-- Ic forsace detracto, ne forsace ic non detracto, Wrt. Voc. ii. 70, 1, 2. Forsooc detractavit, 106, 15. Forsóc, 25, 24. I. to refuse to receive what is offered :-- Hé forsóc þá feáwa axan (cf. þ-bar; hé underfénge þá gerýnu, 46), Hml. S. 12, 58. Mid árwurðnysse underfón þone þe hí æ-acute;r forsócon, 26, 189. I a. to decline to bear :-- Se læ-acute;ce wile dæt se untruma his læ-acute;ceseax gefréde æ-acute;r hé hit geseó, for ðæ-acute;m hé wénð, gif hé hit æ-acute;r geseó, ðæt hé hit wille forsacan ut secantem gladium sentiret aeger antequam cerneret, ne, si ante cerneret, sentire recusaret, Past. 187, 11. II. to refuse to do what one is called upon to do :-- Hé hine ful oft æ-acute;r tó him cleopað, and hé forsæcð ðæt hé him tó cume quos prius diutius renuentes vocavit, Past. 247, 19. Ðá ðá Landfranc crafede fæstnunge his gehérsumnesse, þá forsóc hé and sæ-acute;de þ-bar; hé hit náhte tó dónne, Chr. 1070; P. 206, 1. II a. to refuse to give what is due :-- Forsæcð hé ðone wæstm his gástes ferre fructum spiritus recusat, Past. 344, 13. III. to refuse allegiance to, renounce, abandon, forsake :-- Hé deófol and his gemánan ealne forsæcð and him mid ealle fram býhð and Críst gecýst, Wlfst. 33, 8. Man geceás Harald tó cinge and forsóc Harðacnut, Chr. 1037; P. 160, 13. Þá butsecarlas hine forsócan, 1066; P. 197, 8. [v. N. E. D. forsake. O. Sax. O. L. Ger. far-sakan: O. H. Ger. fer-sahhan (ab-, de-) negare, (ab-) renuntiare.]

forsæðan? :-- Of horgan wege tó forsæðan pylle; ðonne of forsæðan pylle, C. D. ii. 245, 26.

for-sæ-acute;tian; p. ode To catch by lying in ambush, take by surprise :-- Hé forsæ-acute;tade hié ðæ-acute;r ðæ-acute;r hié geþóht hæfdon þ-bar; hié hiene besæ-acute;tedon insidiantes insidiis capit. Or. 3, 11; S. 146, 10.

for-sætnian. v. for-setnian: for-sæ-acute;wennes (-sæw- ?). v. for-sewennes.

for-sæ-acute;westre (-sæw- ?), an; f. A woman who despises :-- Forsæ-acute;westre contemtrix, An. Ox. 4430.

for-sáwend (-saw- ?), es; m. One who despises :-- Forsáwendrum contemtibilibus, i. despicientibus, An. Ox. 5438.

for-sáwenlic (-saw- ?); adj. Contemptible :-- Forsáwenlicne contemptibilem, i. despectibilem, An. Ox. 470: 935. Cf. for-sewenlic.

for-sáwenness (-saw- ?), e; f. Contempt :-- On forsáwennesse in abusione, Ps. L. 30, 19. Cf. for-sewenness.

forsc. v. frosc: for-scæncednys. l. for-screncednys.

for-scapung. Substitute: Mishap, calamity, destruction (?) :-- þ-bar; sió