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258 FOR-WERED -- FOR-WYRD

for-wered. Take here for-werod in Dict., and add; Used-up :-- Foruerit abusus, Txts. 109, 1135. (1) of material, worn out :-- In wéde ald &l-bar; foruered in vestimentum vetus, Mt. L. 9, 16. (2) of persons, decrepit :-- Forwered decrepita (anicula), An. Ox. 2109. Eald wíf ... þonne heó forwerod byð and teámes ætealdod, Hml. A. 20, 158. Cild oððe forwerod man, Hml. Th. i. 236, 25. Wæ-acute;ron hí bútan cilde oð þæt hí wæ-acute;ron forwerede menn, 202, 1. Hit is swíðe ungedafenlic þæt forwerode menn and untýmende gifta wilnian, ii. 94, 11. (2 a) of advanced age :-- Forweredre decrepitae (uetustatis), An. Ox. 2522. Seó þridde wæcce is on forweredre ylde, Hml. A. 52, 69. Þá forweredan decrepitam (senectam), An. Ox. 2411. [v. N. E. D. forwear.]

for-werednes. Add: decrepitude. Cf. for-weorenness: for-weren. v. for-weoren: for-wernedlíce. v. for-wirnedlíce: for-werod. v. for-wered: forwest. v. forwost.

for-wiernan. Take here for-weornan, -wernan, -wyrnan in Dict. and add: (1) to refuse something (gen.) to a person (dat.), deny :-- Hé þæs teóþan dæ-acute;les Gode forwyrneþ, Bl. H. 51, 5. Hié him þára béna forwierndon, Ors. 2, 2; S. 64, 27. Him æ-acute;tes forwyrnan, Hml. S. 22, 137. Him nánes willan næs forwyrnd, ne nánes lustes, Ps. Th. 48, 11. (1 a) with gen. of thing only :-- Welena forwyrned, frófre bedæ-acute;led, Dóm. L. 30, 27. (1 b) with dat. of person only (α) to refuse to give :-- Hé heóld his æ-acute;hta him tó weán, and forwyrnde (-on, MS.) þám Drihtnes þearfum ... þ-bar; man þæ-acute;m earman forwyrne, þ-bar; is mycel synn, Bl. H. 53, 8-22. (β) to refuse admittance :-- Hé slóg on þæs húses duru and heó him ne forwyrnde, ac heó hié ontýnde, Bl. H. 141, 31. (1 c) construction not given :-- Forweornde denegabam (gloriam), An. Ox. 4796. (2) to refuse to do something (clause) :-- Hé forwirnð (recusat) ðæt hé his helpe, Past. 377, 19. (3) to restrain a person (dat.) from something (gen.), prevent, prohibit :-- Se assa geseah ðone engel ... him ðæs færeltes forwiernan prohibitione immorata asina angelum videt, Past. 255, 25. Ðá ðe welena wilníað, and mid sumum wiðerweardum brocum hiora him bið færwirned, 387, 8. Him wæs forwyrned ðæs inganges, Hex. 26, 17. Seó wræ-acute;nnes bið æ-acute;lcum men gecynde, and hwílum ðeáh hire biþ forwerned hire gecyndes ðurh þæs monnes willan gignendi opus, quod natura semper appetit, interdum coercet voluntas, Bt. 34, 11; F. 152, 13. (3 a) to hinder, prevent a person (acc.) :-- Búton hine þæ-acute;ra þinga hwylc forwyrne, Wlfst. 285, 14. (3 b) to prevent something (clause) :-- Hé wile forwyrnan (-weornan, v. l.) þ-bar; hit ne gewyrþe he will prevent its happening, Bt. 41, 3; F. 250, 12. (3 c) construction not given :-- Forwyrnende conpescens, i. uetitans, An. Ox. 1782.

for-wirdan; p. de To corrupt, destroy :-- Heora forwyrdendan (-weorðendan, v. l.) welan perituras divitias, Gr. D. 201, 15. [Goth. fra-wardjan to corrupt: O. H. Ger. fer-warten corrumpere, demoliri.] v. un-forwirded, and cf. (?) for-wyrþendlic.

for-wirnedlíce; adv. With restraint, abstemiously :-- Se man ðe wile on æ-acute;lce tíd heardlíce and forwernedlíce lyfigean, sé bið fulfremed. Gyf þæt þonne hwylc mon sý, þæt him on his móde tó earfoðe þince, þæt hé on æ-acute;lce tíd swá forwernedlíce lyfige, tylige hé þonne húru þæt hé þis fasten sélost áfæste, Wlfst. 284, 7-12.

for-wirnedness, e; f. Restraint, continence, abstemiousness :-- Hé þá fægerestan bysene forlét, þæt hé wæs micelre forhæfdnesse and forwyrnednesse lífes saluberrimum abstinentiae uel continentiae exemplum reliquit, Bd. 3, 5; Sch. 202, 11. Hé hæfde forwyrnednesse on his líchoman æ-acute;ghweðer ge on mete ge on hrægle ge on ághwylcum þinge, Bl. H. 219, 29.

for-wisnian. Add :-- Forwisnode emarcuit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 36. Forwisnade sónæ se fíc arefacta est continuo ficulnea, Mt. R. 21, 19. For þon þe hié næfdan wyrtryme forwisnadun (aruerunt), 13, 6. Forwisnende (-werniende, An. Ox. 59) corruptibilem, Hpt. Gl. 407, 34. Þá forwisnedon marcida, Wrt. Voc. ii. 55, 36. Forweosnodon arescentibus, 73, 71.

for-witolnes. Add :-- Scel se abbod mid ealre glæ-acute;wnesse and forwitolnesse gelácnian æ-acute;nig of sceápum þ-bar; hé ná forlure debet abbas omni sagacitate et industria curare ne aliquam de ovibus perdat, R. Ben. I. 58, 10.

for-word glosses iota :-- Foruord &l-bar; pricle iota, Mt. L. 5, 18.

for-wordenlic; adj. Substitute: Corrupt :-- Þysse worulde wela is wyrslic and yfellic and forwordenlic, Wlfst. 263, 13. v. un-forwordenlic.

for-woren. v. for-weoren: for-worhta. Dele, and see for-wyrcan: for-worpness. v. for-weorpness.

forwost, es; m. A chief person, prince, captain :-- Diówla foruost Beelzebub, Mt. L. 10, 25. Forðmest &l-bar; foruost wosa primus esse, 20, 27. Ofer ðrím hundradum tribunus bið forwost, Mk. L. 6, 21 rbc. Aldormonn &l-bar; foruost princeps (publicanorum), Lk. L. 19, 2. Ðe aldormonn &l-bar; is cynnes heáfuduærd &l-bar; foruost tribunus, Jn. L. 18, 12. Forwostum ðæ-acute;ra sácerda, Mt. L. 20, 18. Forwostum (forwestum, R.) Galiléæs primis Galilaeae, Mk. L. 6, 21.

for-wracnian; p. ode To be an exile :-- Þám forwracnedum elþeódigum peregrinis, R. Ben. 82, 2.

for-wrecan. Add :-- Þám forwrecenum elþeódegum peregrinis, R. Ben. 83, 1. [Goth. fra-wrikan.]

for-wrégan. Add :-- Forwréged publicatus, abdicatus, An. Ox. 7, 146. [v. N. E. D. forwray. Goth. fra-wróhjan: O. H. Ger. fer-ruogen accusare.]

for-wríþan. Add :-- Hafa þé línenne wætlan gearone þ-bar; þú þ-bar; dolh sóna mid forwríðe, Lch. ii. 208, 22.

for-wundorlic; adj. Very wonderful :-- Is þ-bar; forwundorlic wíse and in úrum tídum tó wafienne res mira et nostris stupenda temporibus, Gr. D. 240, 4: 255, 25: 229, 20.

for-wurnian. v. for-weornian: for-wynned. v. for-wyrned.

for-wyrcan. Add: p. -wyrhte; pp. -wyrht. I. to do wrong, be guilty :-- Búton hé forworhte, þ-bar; hé þæ-acute;re hádnote notian ne móste, Ll. Th. i. 192, 16. II. to injure or destroy by wrongful working. (1) to treat improperly, use badly :-- Hié witan willað hwæt hié sellað, and nyllað wietan mid hwelcum woo hié hit gestriéndon oððe forworhton (wasted it), Past. 343, 24. Þat hé néfre ne mugen forwerken míne quide (fail to carry out my bequest), Cht. Th. 508, 20. (2) to bring to an end :-- On worulde geendunge bið seó gálnys forwyrht, and on ðæ-acute;re áblinð æ-acute;lc hæ-acute;med, Hml. Th. ii. 70, 2. (3) to ruin :-- Ðá sibbe hé forlét and hine mid ðæ-acute;m forworhte, Past. 361, 3. Ðurh mænigfealde synna heora eard hý forworhton, Wlfst. 166, 30. Seó mennisce gesceaft þe ðurh Adam forworht wæs, 34, 1. Hæfdon hý forworhte hý sylfe and wurdon of þæ-acute;re myrhðe áworpene, 9, 11. Wé wæ-acute;ron forwyrhte, Hml. Th. ii. 6, 8. (4) to make guilty; reflex, to commit crime against (wiþ) :-- Swegen forworhte hine wið Denum, Chr. 1050; P. 169, 16. Þeáh hwá ágylte and hine sylfne deópe forwyrce (commit grievous crime), Ll. Th. i. 376, 16. Gif man hine forwyrce mid deáðscylde, 400, 27: ii. 290, 8. Þæt hé hine sylfne openlíce wið God forwyrce mid heálicre misdæ-acute;de, Wlfst. 154, 25: Ll. Th. ii. 312, 32. Ealle þá þe fordémede wæ-acute;ron oþþe hié selfe forworht hæfdon homines quicunque sceleribus obnoxii essent, Ors. 4, 9; S. 190, 36. ¶ for-worht, -wyrht guilty, criminal, sinful. (a) as regards human law :-- Wið cyning forwyr[h]t majestatis reus, Wrt. Voc. i. 21, 13. Se scyldiga man þe byð wið sumne king forweorht, Shrn. 200, 28. Wið his hláford forworht, Past. 143, 3. Gif hé náne gewitnysse hæbbe þ-bar; hé forworht sig (eum malefactorem fuisse), Ll. Th. ii. 182, 30. Sum forworht wíf dón on carcern, Wlfst. 2, 19. Hé monegum yfelum wið hine selfne forworhtum geárode malis noverat parcere, Past. 37, 1. (b) as regards divine law :-- Þ-bar; se rihtwísa man hreówsige hine sylfne swylce hé wið God forwyrht sig ut justus homo poenitentiam agat eorum quae erga Deum deliquerit, Ll. Th. ii. 174, 7. Forworht, Wlfst. 14, 2. Synnum tó fúlne and swýðe forwyrhtne, 34, 16. Ðú, forwyrhte (the lost soul), 240, 9. Þá forworhtan (the wicked) ... þá þe firnedon, Sat. 620. Þá forwyrhtan (forworhtan, fordémde, v. ll.), Wlfst. 24, 21: 26, 3. II a. to bring to an ill condition :-- Eal mancyn wæs þurh deófles láre ... forworht intó helle wíte, Wlfst. 22, 1. III. to lose by evildoing, to forfeit, (1) in a general sense :-- Hé hefonríce mid his ágenre scylde forworhte ipse coelum perdidit, Past. 233, 20: Hex. 18, 11: Wlfst. 103, 25. Hé nolde niman mancyn neádunga of ðám deófle, búton hé hit forwyrhte, Hml. Th. i. 216, 6. Tó ðám earde wé wæ-acute;ron gesceapene, ac wé hit forwyrhton, ii. 222, 12. (2) as a legal term :-- Þá .iii. hída þe Wístán forworhte wið þone cyning mid unrihtum monslihte, Cht. Crw. 20, 27 (see note p. 113 on crimes for which forfeiture of land was a penalty). Hæbbe hé hit ... bútan hé hit forwyrce, Cht. E. 238, 24. Hit wæs his læ-acute;n ðæt hé on sæt, hé ne meahte ná his forwyrcan, C. D. ii. 134, 35. Heó hit náge mid nánon þinge tó forwyrcenne, ac hæbbe heó ðone bryce, vi. 147, 35. Sí forworht eal þe hé age, Ll. Th. i. 330, 23. Gif hé bócland hæbbe sý þ-bar; forworht þám cynincge tó handa, 382, 19. IV. to bring about, cause what is evil :-- Wé geedníwiað and gemyndgiað ðæ-acute;re scylde ðe úre ieldesta mæ-acute;g ús on forworhte parentis primi lapsus iteratur, Past. 312, 15. [v. N. E. D. forwork; forwrought. Goth. fra-waurkjan to sin (also reflex.); fra-waurhts sinful: O. H. Ger. fer-wurchen; fer-worht flagitiosus. Cf. O. Sax. far-werkón, -wirkian to sin (reflex.); to forfeit.] v. un-forworht.

fór-wyrcan. l. for-wyrcan, and add :-- Wé ðone biteran wille æt ðæ-acute;m æ-acute;sprynge forwyrceað and ádrýgað, Past. 307, 1. Hé hét þæs scræfes ingang ðæ-acute;r hí inne lágon eall hit mid weorcstánum forwyrcan ... Hé clypode: 'Hí man mid weorcstáne on æ-acute;ghwilce healfe ðæ-acute;rinne forwyrce, þ-bar; hí sunnan leóman næ-acute;fre lengc ne geseón,' Hml. S. 23, 315-24. Hé hét þ-bar; scræf forwyrcan, 758. Hét ic eft þá ðyrelo mid golde forwyrcean and áfyllan (metallo compleui), Nar. 20, 4. [O. H. Ger. furi-wurchen obstruere.] v. un-forworht.

for-wyrd. Add: (1) f. or uncertain :-- Ðeós forwyrd perditio haec, Mt. R. L. 26, 8. Is án forwyrd and ænde (interitus) þæs mannes and nýtena, Gr. D. 264, 16. Cwilde, forwyrde internicionis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 43, 72: Guth. 38, 22. Forwirde dæg dies perditionis, Deut. 32, 35. Weg ðe læ-acute;t tó færwyrde (for-, v. l.), Past. 133, 20: 457, 11: 463, 6, 8. In écere forwyrde, Wlfst. 188, 8. Fram þæ-acute;re écan forwyrde, Gr. D. 348, 19. On éce forwyrde, Bl. H. 101, 13: 159, 20. Tó écum forwyrdum, Hml. Th. i. 516, 3. (2) n. :-- On seáð forwyrdes in puteum interitus, Ps. L. 54, 24. Sleges, forwyrdes internitionis, An. Ox. 835: Wlfst. 193, 22: R. Ben. 68, 22: Hml. Th. i. 194, 30. Þá bydelas