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FÚL--FULL-DÓN 271

40. Feda vel polluta fúl, 44. Þæ-acute;re fúlan obscaene, 63, 11. I. in a physical sense. (1) offensive to the senses:--Lazarus . . . on byrgenne wæs fúl wunigende, Bl. H. 75, 5. Fúles hlondes fetentis lotii, An. Ox. 3273. Mid fúlum adelscéþe putido latibulo, 4751. Þ-bar; fúle fetidum, i. fetentem, 2821. Fúle unclæ-acute;nnessa olidas squalores, 4454. Of þára múðe út eóde þ-bar; fúluste fýr, þ-bar; ic ná áræfnian ne mihte, Gr. D. 89, 24. Se líchoma on þone heardestan stenc and on þone fúlostan bið gecyrred, Bl. H. 59, 13. Þæ-acute;m fúlæstum putentissimis (nidoribus), Wrt. Voc. ii. 82, 4. I a. of disease:--Fúlre ádle feda peste, Txts. 181, 50. Fúle untrumnyssa purulentas (i. putridas) invalitudines, An. Ox. 1975. (2) opposed to clean, dirty, miry, filthy:--Líchoma horig &l-bar; fúl corpus sordidum, Hy. S. 26, 26. Fúl squalidus (gloss to squalida jugera, Ald. 139, 19), An. Ox. 18 b, 81. Fúl maal on rægel stigmentum, Wrt. Voc. i. 26, 12. Fúles horewes squalentis c&e-hook;ni, An. Ox. 2545. Fúle cenulenti, i. lutosi, Wrt. Voc. ii. 130, 76. Swín þe simle willnaþ licgan on fúlum solum, Bt. 37, 4; F. 192, 26. Fúle syle lurida (i. caccabata) uolutabra, An. Ox. 4289. Ðet swín . . . bið fúlre ðonne hit æ-acute;r wæs, Past. 421, 3. (3) opposed to fair of aspect, dark, ugly (?), an epithet of the black alder:--Fúlae treó (treá, Ep.) alneum, Txts. 39, 117. Fúle treów, Wrt. Voc. ii. 6, 47. Fúlan beámes rind, Lch. ii. 78, 12. [Cf. O. H. Ger. fúl-boum: Ger. faul-baum.] II. figurative. (1) morally polluted:--Fúlre gálnysse, fúles forligeres lupanaris incesti, An. Ox. 4222. Gilt sliporne &l-bar; fúlne culpam lubricam, Hy. S. 15, 38. Mid fúlustre gewilnunge turpissimo desiderio, Angl. xi. 117, 29. (1 a) guilty of a charge:--Be þisum þeófum þe man on hrædinge fúle geáxian ne mæg, and man eft geáxað þe hé fúl bið and scildig, . . . þá menn þe æt ordále fúle weorðað, Ll. Th. i. 238, 29-32. (2) of language:--Þíne eáran áwend fram fúlre spræ-acute;ce, Wlfst. 246, 7. (3) disgraceful, infamous:--Fúlra olidarum .i. fedorum (nuptiarum, the marriage of Herod with his brother's wife), An. Ox. 1783. Þás fúlan wuhta þú sceoldest áwurpan of ðínum ríce, Hml. Th. ii. 488, 12. ¶ used substantively, on fúl lecgan, on fúlan lecgan to bury ignominiously (of burial in unconsecrated ground, the opposite of clæ-acute;ne leger). v. instances under fúl, e; f. in Dict. v. un-fúl.

fúl, es; n. Add:--Widl and fúl inluviem, Wrt. Voc. ii. 44, 53. (1) in a physical sense:--Ne bið áht geméted bútan líg and cyle and ládlic fúl (foetor), Dóm. L. 205. (2) in a figurative sense. Take here passages under fúl, es; m. , and add:--Áð ðæt hé nyste ne fúl ne fácen . . . Nyste ic on þám þingum þe þú ymbe speast fúl ne fácn, Ll. Th. i. 182, 1-3.

fúl, es; m. v. preceding word: fúl, e; f. v. fúl; adj. II. 3. ¶: fúl-beám. v. fúl; I. 3.

fúle; adv. Foully. (1) in a physical sense:--Lazarus þe læg on byrgene fúle stincende, Hml. Th. i. 496, 28. Eal se líchoma stincð fúle, Lch. ii. 236, 14. Hé stanc swá fúle þ-bar; man hine ferian ne mihte, Hml. S. 25, 545. On þá fúle stincendan eá in foetentem fluvium, Gr. D. 319, 14, (2) in a moral sense:--Fúle forlegene hóringas, Wlfst. 165, 33. Fúle áfýlede hórcwenan, Ll. Th. i. 172, 21.

fúle treów. v. fúl; I. 3: fulgian to baptize. v. fulwian.

fúlian. Add:--Sealf wiþ þon þ-bar; dolh ne fúlige . . . ceów þá rinde on þ-bar; dolh, ne fúlaþ hit, Lch. ii. 96, 16, 9. Fúliendum fexe squalente capillatura, An. Ox. 1213. Fúligendum limum putrescentibus membris, Scint. 45, 7. [O. H. Ger. fúlén tabescere.]

fúliend-lic. v. un-fúliendlic.

full. Add: I. having no space empty. (1) absolute:--Orcas fulle, Jud. 19. (2) with gen.:--Búc ful wæteres, Hml. Th. ii. 422, 19. On ceác fulne wínes, Ll. ii. 30, 23. Twégen fæ-acute;tels full ealað oððe wæteres, Ors. 1, 1; S. 21, 16. (3) where a receptacle is used as a measure, v. ceác-, hand-full:--Dó þæs dústes fíf cuculeras fulle, Lch. i. 196, 13. Drince þreó ful fulle, 88, 13. (4) with prep.:--Hwæt fremað þé þæt ðín cyst stande ful mid gódum, and ðín ingehýd beó æ-acute;mtig æ-acute;lces gódes?, Hml. Th. ii. 410, 11. II. containing abundance of. (1) of material objects:--Wæs wæter wæ-acute;pna ful, Exod. 450. Béc sint fulle þára bisna, Bt. 29, 1; F. 102, 11. (2) in a non-material sense, abounding in abundantly characterized by (cf. adjectives in -full formed from nouns). (a) with gen. sing.:--Se wer is wísdómes and cræfta full vir totus ex sapientia virtutibusque factus, Bt. 10; F. 28, 17: El. 939. Mæ-acute;g sigores full, Sancta Maria, Cri. 88. Tomes fulle, Gú. 176. Ealre fægernesse full, Bl. H. 115, 6. Þá yfelan sint fulle æ-acute;lces yfeles, Bt. 37, 3; F. 190, 18. Se héhsta gód is æ-acute;lces gódes fullast, 34, 2; F. 136, 13. (b) with gen. pl.:--Weorðmynda full full of honours, Cri. 378: Crä. 24. Synna and mána full, Bl. H. 75, 7: 109, 29. Oferhygda full, Mód. 43. Cearena full, Cri. 962: Jul. 618. Hét leahtra ful tó cwale læ-acute;dan synna leáse, 612. (c) with inst.:--Fíf mægnum full, Sal. 136. Eáge æfþancum ful, 497. III. full of food:--Þú wæ-acute;re swá gífre swá hund, and þú næ-acute;fre næ-acute;re full þe má þe hell, Wlfst. 241, 7. III a. figurative:--Þú git tó full sý þæs þe þé læ-acute;fed is, þ-bar; þé for þý wlátige, Bt. 11, 1; F. 30, 19. Hí (avarice and hell) habbað unáfylledlice græ-acute;dignysse þ-bar; hí fulle ne beóð næ-acute;fre, Hml. S. 16, 285. IV. complete, perfect, whole (said both of material and immaterial things):--God is þæt fulle gód and þ-bar; fullfremede, þ-bar; nánes willan wana ne biþ . . . Gif nán wuht wana næ-acute;re, þonne næ-acute;re nán wuht full; for þý biþ æ-acute;nig full þing þe sum þing biþ wana, and for þý biþ æ-acute;nig þing wana ðe sum biþ full; æ-acute;lc þing biþ fullost on his ágenum earda omne enim, quod imperfectum esse dicitur, id imminutione perfecti esse perhibetur. Quo fit, ut si in quolibet genere imperfectum quid esse videatur, in eo perfectum quoque aliquid esse necesse sit, Bt. 34, 1; F. 134, 18-24. (1) of material things:--Þ-bar; ilce þú miht geþencan be ðám líchoman and be his limum. Gif þára lima hwilc of biþ, ðonne ne biþ hit nó full mon swá hit æ-acute;r wæs, Bt. 37, 3; F. 190, 27. (2) of immaterial things:--Seó fulle gesæ-acute;lþ perfecta felicitas, Bt. 34, 2; F. 134, 32: 136, 11: 34, 9; F. 146, 21, 27, 28. Se fulla anweald, 36, 7; F. 184, 8. Gif hwá mid fullan willan forlæ-acute;t æ-acute;lc gód, 36, 6; F. 182, 6: 35, 6; F. 170, 19. Écne anweald and fulle genyht, 33, 3; F. 126, 13. Suá hwá suá hæfð fulle hæ-acute;le his líchoman, Past. 251, 3. Hí wénaþ þ-bar; hié mægen habban full gód and fulle gesæ-acute;lþa on ðisum andweardum gódum. Ac þá fullan gesæ-acute;lþa and þ-bar; héhste gód is God self (Deum veramque beatitudinem unum atque idem esse monstravimus), Bt. 34, 7; F. 144, 15. IV a. entitled to all the privileges implied by a designation:--Eall þeódscipe hine heafde for fullne cyning, Chr. 1013; P. 144, 6. V. complete in number, quantity, extent, whole, entire:--Gif þet fulle mægen þæ-acute;re wæ-acute;re if the full strength of the East Angles had been there, Chr. 1004; P. 135, 37. Erian fulne acer arare integrum agrum, Coll. M. 19, 21. Wæs án gér full þæt seó eorþe wæs cwaciende per totum fere annum terraemotus fuerunt, Ors. 2, 6; S. 88, 10. Heó þrím wucum fullum (tribus septimanis) ne mihte úte cuman, Bd. 5, 4; Sch. 567, 15. Hé besætt þone castel fulle six wucan, Chr. 1087; P. 224, 12. Þes moncwealm wæs on Rómánum full (fulle, Bos. 55, 24) II geár (per biennium), Ors. 3, 3; S. 102, 9. [See full; adv.] V a. of a council, where none or few of the members are absent:--Hér sæt full sinoð æt Cealchýðe, Chr. 785; P. 52, 19. V b. completed, that has reached the limit:--Fulne ende þínes lífes þú hæfst gelifd plenam jam etatis finem habes, Nar. 30, 10. VI. used substantively:--Næ-acute;fre seó fyl be fullum ne weorðe non usque ad satietatem bibamus, R. Ben. 65, 2. Hié ðá béc eallæ be fullan geliornod hæfdon, Past. 5, 20. v. ofer-, wæter-full.

full; adv. The two passages given here may be taken under full; see Gen. 50, 10: Bd. 2, 14; S. 517, 33 under full in Dict., and full; V. above; but see also ful-líce, (6). The forms of adjectives and adverbs given in the Dictionary as compounds with full- (ful-) may be taken as adjectives and adverbs qualified by the adverb full (ful). Fol is another form of this adverb, e. g. fol neáh, Past. 35, 21: Ors. 1, 10; S. 48, 11, 12.

full a cup with liquor in it. Add:--Bæd hé þone bisceop blætsian his ful; hé nolde, and se dysiga dranc bútan bletsunge, Hml. S. 12, 70. Hé gesénode án wínes ful, and onsende sumum were, Shrn. 126, 17. Ðreó full gódes wínes, Lch. i. 196, 13. [Þe ilke þat halt þene nap, he hine drinkeð up; oder uul me þider fareð . . . þenne þat uul beoð icumen, þenne cusseoð heo þreoien, Laym. 14333-8.]

-full forming nouns. v. ceác-, hand-full, and cf. full; adj. I. 3.

fulla, an; m. The full, the highest stage reached by anything, the perfection, perfect specimen of a kind or class:--Hwæt mæg beón wóp oððe sárignys, gif þæt næs se mæ-acute;sta æ-acute;gðres? oþþe hwæt mæg beón geómrung and wánung, gyf þ-bar; næs se fulla æ-acute;gðres?, Hml. S. 23, 104.

ful-læ-acute;st. Add: v. fylst.

ful-læ-acute;stan. Add:--Þ-bar;te fulléste mé ut adiuuet me, Lk. R. 10, 40. v. ge-fullæ-acute;stan; fylstan.

full-berstan to be shattered:--On þyssum þrým stapelum sceall æ-acute;lc cynestól standan . . . and áwácie heora æ-acute;nig, sóna se stól scylfð; anð fulberste heora æ-acute;nig, þonne hrýsð se seól nyðer, Ll. Th. ii. 308, 1: Wlfst. 267, 18.

full-bétan. Add:--Oþ þæt þám abbode þince þæt hí fulbét hæbben usque dum abbas judicaverit satisfactum esse, R. Ben. 70, 8, 18: 71, 2. [O. H. Ger. fol-buozen satisfacere.]

full-boren; adj. (1) in a physical sense, fully formed and living at birth:--Ic gonge mid cwican cilde, nalæs mid cwellendum, mid fulborenum, nalæs mid fæ-acute;gan, Lch. iii. 66, 29. Ðá wíf ðe ðá geeácnodan bearn cennað ðe ðonne git fulborene ne beóð, ne fyllað hié nó mid ðæ-acute;m hús ac byrgenna conceptas soboles feminae si priusquam plene formentur proferunt, nequaquam domos sed tumulos replent, Past. 383, 35. (1 a) figuratively:--Ðonne ðæ-acute;m móde sió sóðfæsðnes on geeácnod bið, æ-acute;r ðæ-acute;m ðe hit fulboren sié, Past. 367, 18. (2) in a legal sense, of birth that satisfies prescribed conditions, legitimate:--Mid eahta and feówertig fulborenra þegena (tainis plene nobilibus, Lat. vers.), Ll. Th. i. 228, 4. [O. H. Ger. ful-boran legitimus.]

full-cúþ. Take here ful-cúþ, and add: familiar. Cf. seld-cúþ:--Hé him ealdor gesette ús eallum fulcúðne, Brihtnóð geháten, Cht. Th. 242, 3. Hig wæ-acute;ron farende þurh án wésten on hiora fulcúðne weg, Shrn. 37, 33.

full-dón; p. -dyde To complete, perform:--Eall þ-bar; yfel þ-bar; hí æ-acute;r ðan begunnon, hí þ-bar; eall syððan fuldydon, Hml. S. 23, 388. Hí þæt fuldón hoc perficiant, R. Ben. 70, 21. Praeteritum imperfectum, þæt is unful&dash-uncertain;fremed forðgewiten, swilce þæt ðing beó ongunnen and ne beó fuldón, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 124, 5. [O. H. Ger. fol-tuon perficere.]