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280 GAGOLISC -- G&A-long;N

gagolisc, geaglisc, geglesc; adj. Lascivious, wanton :-- Mid geag-lisce (gæglisce, geglescum, v. ll.) mode ofersw&i-long;&d-bar;ed lasciuo superatus animo, Bd. 5, 6 ; Sch. 576, 8.

gagul-suillan. l. gagul suillan, and see swillan in Dict.

g&a-long;l; adj. Add :-- G&a-long;l, wræ-long;ne petulcus, i. luxuriosus, An. Ox. 3336. Se Iovis wear&d-bar; sw&a-long; sw&i-long;&d-bar;e g&a-long;l, þæt h&e-long; on his &a-long;genre swyster gew&i-long;fode, Wlfst. 106, 12. Tw&a-long; mæ-long;dencild . . . þ-bar; &a-long;n sydefull and þ-bar; &o-long;&d-bar;er sceandlic . . . þ-bar; clæ-long;ne herigendlic, þ-bar; g&a-long;le t&a-long;llic, Hml. S. 5, 281. G&a-long;lre, wr&e-long;nre petulantis, An. Ox. 4705. G&a-long;lre fluentis, i. lascive, Wrt. Voc. ii. 149, 62. S&e-long; &d-bar;e behylt w&i-long;mman mid g&a-long;lre gesih&d-bar;e and f&u-long;lum luste, Hml. Th. i. 492, 17. Mid clæ-long;nnysse þæt g&a-long;le gecynd gewyldan, 360, 2. Helle bryne eów wæs gegearwod for eówer gæ-long;lnesse gæ-long;lra dæ-long;da, Angl. xii. 510, 12. [v. N. E. D. gole.] v. w&i-long;f-gal.

galan. Add: (I) of human speech, (a) in poetical or passionate expression :-- Se geonga ongann geómran stefne gehæfted for herige hearmleó&d-bar; galan, An. 1129 : 1344. Sorhleó&d-bar; galan to lament, Kr. 67 : Cri. 623. Gehyrde heó hearm galan (tell his woes) helle deófol . . . ' W&a-long; m&e-long; forworhtum . . . , ' Jul. 629. (b) in incantation :-- Ic galdor-wordum g&o-long;l, Reim. 24. Þ&a-long; dr&y-long;as mid langum onsangum h&i-long; g&o-long;lon on (hyre on g&o-long;lon, v. l.), o&d-bar; þ-bar; se deófol of hire &u-long;t eóde diutius incantationi-bus agere malefici moliebantur, ut diabolus exkret, Gr. D. 73, 27. Galdor galende cantando (rumpitur anguis), Wrt. Voc. ii. 86, 66: 19, 6. (2) of the ery of a bird :-- Hrefen uppe g&o-long;l, El. 52. Si&d-bar;&d-bar;an þ&u-long; geh&y-long;rde galan geomorne geác on bearwe, Bo. 22. (3) of a trumpet. Cf. singan:-- Hié bearhtm ongeáton g&u-long;&d-bar;horn galan, B. 1432. [v. N. E. D. gale.] v. ge-galan.

galdere. For ' Som. Ben. Lye ' substitute :-- Wyrincgalere &l-bar; galdre Marsum, Hpt. Gl. 519, 46. Galdras marsi, An. Ox. 8, 245. Galdra aruspicum, i. magoram, 4068. Galdrum aruspicibus, 4193. þ-bar; eówer n&a-long;n galdras ne s&e-long;ce, Hml. S. 17, 78.

galdor. Add: (I) a song, poem. Cf. galan, (l a) :-- Sié þæs gemyndig s&e-long; &d-bar;e lufige þisses galdres begang, þæt h&e-long; geóce m&e-long; fricle, Hpt. 33, 73, 14. (2) an incantation, a charm. Cf. galan, (1 b) :-- Deóflices galdres necromantiae, i. demonum invocations, An. Ox. 1927 : 2021. Galdres pr&e-hook;stigi&e-hook;, 4700. Mid galdre necromantia, 2909 : 4055. Ne wyrta gaderunge mid n&a-long;num galdre (incantatione) b&u-long;tan mid Pater noster, Ll. Th. ii. 192, I. Antecr&i-long;st hæf&d-bar; mid him dr&y-long;men . . . and þ&a-long; &d-bar;e cunnan galder &a-long;galan, Wlfst. 194, 18. þ-bar; ic m&o-long;te þis gealdor t&o-long;&d-bar;um ont&y-long;nan, Lch. i. 400.4. Galdra pr&e-hook;strigiarum An. Ox. 4056: incantationum 4477 : 4940 : cantionum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 128, 14. Ne g&i-long;m þ&u-long; dr&y-long;cræfta and galdra non declinetis ad magos, nec ab ariolis aliquid sciscitemini Lev. 19, 31. Þ&a-long; dr&y-long;as mid langsumum galdrum (incantationibus) hyre on g&o-long;lon, Gr. D. 73,25. Hæ-long;lde s&e-long;can æt un&a-long;l&y-long;fedum tilungum o&d-bar;&d-bar;e æt wyrigedum galdrum, oþþe æt æ-long;nigum wiccecræfte Hml. Th. i. 474, 21. (3) the sound of a trumpet. Cf. galan, (3) Hié Hygel&a-long;ces horn nad b&y-long;man gealdor ongeáton, B. 2944. v. sigge-, wyrm-galdor.

galdor-cræft. Add :-- Galdurcreftas bió&d-bar; &a-long;galene from &d-bar;æ-long;m snottran, Ps. Srt. 57, 6. Galdorcræfta aruspicum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 3 a. S&e-long;c lytle st&a-long;nas on swealwan bridda magan. . . h&i-long; beóþ g&o-long;de wiþ . , . yflum gealdorcræftum, Lch, ii. 306, 13. S&e-long; þe galdorcræftas (incantationes) behealde&d-bar;, Ll. Th. ii. 154, 29.

galdor-galend, es ; m. A magician, enchanter :-- Galdergalend marsi, Wrt. Voc. ii. 58, 21. v. galan, (l a).

galdor-galende. v. galan, (l a).

galdor-galere. For 'Cot. . . . 193' substitute :-- Galdorgaleras aurtispices, Wrt. Voc. ii. 6, 24. Galdorgalera ariolorum, 5, 17.

galdor-leóþ. For Cot. 188 substitute :-- Galdorle(ó)&d-bar;um carminibus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 85, 56.

galdor-sang, es; m. An incantation :-- Gif hwylc w&i-long;f wiccunga beg&a-long; and þ&a-long; deóflican galdorsangas (diabolica cantica magica), Ll. Th. ii. 154, 26. Ne w&e-long; galdorsangas onginnen, Wlfst. 253, 10.

galdrygea. Substitute: galdricge, an ; f. One who uses magical formulae, a magician, enchantress :-- Galdriggan incantatores, Wrt. Voc. ii. in, 60. Galdrigean incantaliones (- tores ?), 45, 61.

galend. v. galdor-galend.

galere. Add :-- Galras marsi, An. Ox. 7, 308. Galra marsorum, 240: 8, 179. v. wirgung-galere.

g&a-long;l-freólsas. For ' Som. . . . Lye ' substitute :-- G&a-long;lfreólsas luper-calia, An. Ox. 4715. G&a-long;lfreólsum lupercalibus, i. idolatriis, 4861.

g&a-long;l-full. For ' Scint. . . . 58 ' substitute :-- G&a-long;lful þing w&i-long;n luxuriosa res uinum, Scint. 105, 5. Gelustfullunge g&a-long;lfulre misl&a-long;re delectationem libidinose suggestions, 88, 7. Dohter g&a-long;lfulle filliam luxuriosam, 177, 2. Mid wordum g&a-long;lfullum verbis luxuriosis, Angl. xi. 117, 38. Þurh g&a-long;lfullan spæ-long;ce per lascivia joca. Ps. L. fol. 183, II.

g&a-long;lfull&i-long;ce. For Scint. 13 substitute :-- On geoguþe g&a-long;lfull&i-long;ce (luxuriose) lybbende and on ylde forhæbbende, Scint. 70, 8.

g&a-long;lian ; p. ode To be licentious (g&a-long;l) :-- S&e-long; þe g&a-long;la&d-bar;, libbende deád h&e-long; ys qui luxuriatur, uiuens mortuus est, Scint. 87, 10. v. &a-long;-g&a-long;lian.

Gallias (-e). Add :-- On þæ-long;m gefeohte þe hié wi&d-bar; Gallium hæfdon, Ors. 4, 7; S. 184, 11.

Gallisc. Add :-- þ-bar; hié sceolden mid monnum heora godum bl&o-long;tan, and þ-bar; sceolde beón &a-long;n Gallisc wæ-long;pnedmon and &a-long;n Gallisc w&i-long;fmon, Ors. 4, 7 ; S. 184, 6. Hiora anl&i-long;cnessa ne mehton from Galliscum f&y-long;re for-bærnede weorþan, 2, 8 ; S. 94, 14.

galness. v. on-galness.

g&a-long;l-ness. Add :-- G&a-long;lnyss gehorwigende libido sordidans, Hy. S. 5, 5. On &d-bar;&a-long;m lændenum is get&a-long;cnad seó f&u-long;le g&a-long;lnes, Ll. Th. ii. 368, 35: Hml. A. 17, 98. Se &o-long;&d-bar;er leahtor is forligr and ungemetegod g&a-long;lnyss; s&e-long; is geh&a-long;ten fornicatio, Hml. S. 16, 276: Hml. Th. ii. 220, 3. Seó g&a-long;lnes (luxuria) æt hyre æ-long;fengereordum sitt, Prud. 40 : 41: 43. F&u-long;lre g&a-long;lnysse lupanaris incesti, An. Ox. 4221. Hwæt get&a-long;cna&d-bar; þæs fylmenes ofcyrf b&u-long;ton g&a-long;lnysse wanunge ?, Hml. Th. i. 94, 33. Sw&i-long;&d-bar;or for bearnteáme þonne for g&a-long;lnysse, ii. 70, 20: Ap. Th. 25, 10: Hml. A. 30, 144. Þ&u-long; leofast on g&a-long;lnysse (libidine), D&o-long;m. L. 178. G&a-long;lnesse luxu, An. Ox. 8, 362. For eówer gæ-long;lnesse gæ-long;lra dæ-long;da, Angl. xii. 510, n. G&a-long;lnesse petulantiam, Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 24. &A-long;fyrra fram m&e-long; &d-bar;&a-long; f&u-long;lan g&a-long;lnysse, Bt. 42 ; F. 260, 9. S&e-long; &d-bar;e wile his g&a-long;lnysse gefyllan sw&a-long; oft sw&a-long; hine lyst, Hml. Th. i. 148, 23. [v. N. E. D. goleness.] v. ealu-, weorold-g&a-long;lness.

g&a-long;l-scipe. Add :-- Ðis synt þ&a-long; &i-long;delnessa þisse worlde . . . g&a-long;lscipe (lascivia), Ll. Th. ii. 174, 33. Se seofo&d-bar;a heáfodgylt ys luxuria, þ-bar; ys g&a-long;lscype, Angl. viii. 337, 4. Byrnendes g&a-long;lscipes flagrantis furie, Wrt. Voc. ii. 149, 36. Of g&a-long;lscipe petulantia, An. Ox. 5290. Mid g&a-long;lscipe (libidine) beón gewemmed, Scint. 89, 3. Scylda&d-bar; eów wi&d-bar; g&a-long;lscypas and sw&i-long;&d-bar;e georne wi&d-bar; æ-long;wbrecas, Wlfst. 40, 12. [v. N. E. D. goleship.]

g&a-long;lsere. For Off. Reg. 15 substitute :-- S&e-long; &d-bar;e wæ-long;re g&a-long;lsereon f&u-long;lan forligere, weor&d-bar;e s&e-long; clæ-long;nsere his &a-long;genre s&a-long;wle, Wlfst. 72, 6.

g&a-long;l-smerc. l. -smæ-long;re, R. Ben. 30, 8. Cf. smæ-long;r[e] in Dict.

galung. Add: Galunge incantationum, An. Ox. 4940.

Gal-walas. Add :-- H&e-long; hyne onsende t&o-long; Galwala mæ-long;g&d-bar;e t&o-long; þæ-long;re ceastre þe ys nemned Limouex, Shrn. 98, 27.

g&a-long;l-wræ-long;ne. l. g&a-long;l, wræ-long;ne. v. g&a-long;l: gambe. v. gombe.

gamel(-ol). Add: I. of great age. (1) of persons :-- Ic eom gomel wintrum, Ps. Th. 70, 16. Gomol bi&d-bar; snoterost, fyrngeárum fr&o-long;d, s&e-long; þe æ-long;r fela geb&i-long;deþ, Gn. C. II. (2) of things :-- Sweord, gomele l&a-long;fe, B. 2563. II. ancient, of a time long past :-- Gomele gefyrn ealra cyninga cyning sægdon t&o-long;weard, Cri. 135.

gamelian; p. ode To grow old :-- Ne gomela&d-bar; God in gæ-long;ste, Gn. Ex. 11. [Cf. Icel. gamla&d-bar;r very aged.]

game-lic, v. gamen-lic.

gamen. Add: (1) amusement, mirth :-- H&e-long; sceal þonan geómor hweorfan, þ&a-long;m bi&d-bar; gomenes wana þe þ&a-long; earfe&d-bar;a dreoge&d-bar; on s&a-long;rgum sefan, G&u-long;. 1328. Ð&u-long; dwoll&i-long;ce leofast swylce þ&e-long; t&o-long; gamenes. Hml. A. 6, 141. Dyde ic m&e-long; t&o-long; gomene ganetes hleó&d-bar;or, Scef. 20. H&y-long; sceolon habban him gomen on borde, Gn. Ex. 183. H&e-long; &a-long;legde gamen and gleódreám, B. 3021. (2) jest, game (in to make game of) :-- Ic sceal habban m&e-long; &d-bar;æt t&o-long; gamene subsannabo, Past. 249, l. Þæt h&i-long; him t&o-long; gamene gedydon what they made a jest of, Hml. Th. ii. 254, 4. Þæt g&e-long; eów t&o-long; gamene feónda &a-long;filla&d-bar; sw&a-long; fela sw&a-long; g&e-long; recca&d-bar;. Wlfst. 132, 20. (3) a game, pastime :-- Sum bi&d-bar; sw&i-long;&d-bar;snel, hafa&d-bar; searolic gomen (dancing and tumbling? cf. sealting), gleódæ-long;da gife for gumþegnum, leóht and leo&d-bar;u-w&a-long;c, Crä. 82. Gamena angin ludorum gesticulatio, An. Ox. 2871. Sleglicum gamena gamene scenico ludorum joco, 2886. Man gesw&i-long;ce freólsdagum hæ-long;&d-bar;enra leóþa and deófles gamena, Ll. Th. ii. 248, 12.

gamenian. Add :-- Gamenian mid cuafan iocari (i. ludere) cum paruulo, Scint. 172, 19. C&u-long;&d-bar;berhtus arn plegende mid his efenealdum. . . &A-long;n &d-bar;rywintre cild þone gæmnigendan C&u-long;&d-bar;berhtum befr&a-long;n : ' T&o-long; hw&i-long; underþeódst þ&u-long; &d-bar;&e-long; þisum &y-long;delum plegan, Hml. Th. ii. 134, 9.

gamen-lic (game-); adj. (1) exciting mirth, ridiculous, Cf. gamen, (2) :-- Gamelic, bysmerlic ridiculosum, An. Ox. 2251. Gamelicne, 7, 360. Gamilicne, 8, 351. (2) of a game or pastime. Cf. gamen, (3) :-- Gamenlicum theatrales, An. Ox. 4369. [O. H. Ger. gaman-lih ridiculus.]

gamenung. Add :-- Þurh g&a-long;lnesse gamenunga per lasciuia ioca, Ps. L. fol. 183, 11.

gamen-w&a-long;&d-bar;u. l. -w&a-long;þ : gamian, gaming. Dele.

g&a-long;n. Add: I. of movement, irrespective of the point of departure or destination. (1) to go on foot, walk :-- '&O-long;þer hæfþ his f&o-long;ta geweald þ-bar; h&e-long; mæg g&a-long;n. . . &o-long;þer næfþ his f&o-long;ta geweald þ-bar; h&e-long; mæge g&a-long;n. . . and onginþ creópan . . . hwæþer &d-bar;&a-long;ra tw&e-long;gra þincþ þ&e-long; mihtigra ?' Ð&a-long; cwæþic : ' S&e-long; biþ mihtigra s&e-long; &d-bar;e gæ-long;þ þonne s&e-long; þe criép&d-bar;, ' Bt. 36, 4; F. 178, 11-16. Healte g&a-long;&d-bar; claudi ambulant, Mt. ll, 5. Heó s&o-long;na &a-long;r&a-long;s and eóde (ambulabat), Mk. 5, 42. H&e-long; on þ&a-long;m temple eóde, 11, 27. Eóde Isaac on þ&a-long;m wege deambulabat Isaac per viam, Gen. 24, 62. Dr&y-long;gum f&o-long;tum g&a-long;n ofer sæ-long;s &y-long;þa, Bl. H. 177, 18. W&e-long; ged&o-long;&d-bar; þæt h&i-long; g&a-long;n ne magon. Hml. Th. ii. 486, 13. Þ&a-long; cyld þonne h&i-long; furþum g&a-long;n magon, and &d-bar;&a-long; ealdan ceorlas &d-bar;&a-long; hwile þe h&i-long; g&a-long;n magon, Bt. 36, 5; F. 180, 6-8. þ-bar; s&e-long; wæ-long;re an f&e-long;þe mihtigost s&e-long; þe mihte g&a-long;n . . . oþ þisse eorþan ende, 21. (l a) where work is being done on foot :-- H&e-long; on his æcere eóde, and his sulh on handa hæfde, Ors. 2, 6; S. 88, 8. (2) to move along, proceed (irrespective of mode of progression) :-- Se mann