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&a-long;na gæ-long;þ &u-long;prihte, Bt. 41, 6; F. 254, 30. Geond ealle eorþan gæ-long;þ heora sw&e-long;g. Bl. H. 133, 34. Su&a-long; su&a-long; healt monn o&d-bar;&d-bar;e untrum, hw&i-long;lum hié g&a-long;&d-bar;, hw&i-long;lum hié resta&d-bar;, Past. 67, 11. Ð&a-long; eóde h&e-long; furþor, Bt. 35, 6; F. 108, 23, 28. Þæt feór&d-bar;e cyn fyrmest eóde, w&o-long;d on wæ-long;gstreám, Exod. 310. G&a-long;&d-bar; from geate t&o-long; geate &d-bar;urh midde &d-bar;&a-long; ceastre, Past. 38. -, , 2. Þ&u-long; meahtest þe g&a-long;n singende þone ealdan cwide, Bt. 14, 3; F. 46, 28. (3) to take a specified course :-- H&i-long; geh&a-long;ta&d-bar; holdl&i-long;ce, sw&a-long; hyra hyht ne gæ-long;&d-bar;, Leás. 14 : Ps. Th. 138, 11. Seó orsorhnes gæ-long;þ sc&y-long;rmæ-long;lum, Bt. 20; F. 72, 4. G&a-long;&d-bar; on Drihtenes bebodum, Deut. 29, 12. Gif hw&a-long; sw&a-long; dyrstig s&y-long; þ-bar; ongeán Godes lage g&a-long;, Cht. E. 230, 20. Ðæt mon wite Godes beboda weg, and &d-bar;æ-long;r nylle on g&a-long;n, Past. 67, 10, (4) to be guided or determined by :-- Eall þæs cyninges ræ-long;d eóde be his dihte, Hml. S. 6, 143. (5) to be habitually in a specified condition :-- Gæ-long;&d-bar; ger&e-long;fa m&i-long;n fægen freóbearnum, Gen. 2181. G&a-long;&d-bar; g&e-long; gewæ-long;pnode, P. 83, 12. (6) of a female, to go with young, be pregnant :-- Feówer and tw&e-long;ntig m&o-long;n&d-bar;a gæ-long;&d-bar; seó m&o-long;dor (the elephant) mid folan, Hml. S. 25, 569. (7) g&a-long;n forþ, (a) of time, to pass, elapse :-- Ð&a-long; hw&i-long;le &d-bar;e h&e-long; æ-long;ne betyrn&d-bar; gæ-long;&d-bar; for&d-bar; feówor and tw&e-long;ntig t&i-long;da. Hex. 8, 31. (b) of a circumstance, event, to happen, come to pass, take place :-- Ræ-long;d for&d-bar; gæ-long;&d-bar;, Exod. 525. Gif se hund losige, g&a-long; þeós b&o-long;t hwæ&d-bar;ere for&d-bar;, Ll. Th. i. 78, 5 : 130, 15. Sceal s&o-long;&d-bar; for&d-bar; g&a-long;n wyrd, Gen. 2354. (8) of coinage, &c. , to pass, be current :-- Gá &a-long;n mynet ofer ealue þæs cynges anweald, Ll. Th. i. 268, 27. (9) of a ransom, to be accepted :-- Hund-twelftig saltera sealma gæ-long;&d-bar; for xii m&o-long;nþa festen, Lch. iii. 166, 22. (10) of events, to have a specified issue, turn out so and so :-- H&e-long; him feala foresæ-long;de sw&a-long; him sy&d-bar;&d-bar;en an eóde, Shrn. 15, 10, 21 : 16, 24. II. where movement from a place is the primary notion, (1) to move away, depart :-- For hwan gæ-long;st þ&u-long;, and þ&u-long; forl&e-long;te þ&a-long; þe þ&e-long; bæ-long;don?, Bl. H. 249, 4. Eáde abiit, Mk. R. 6, 46. Hié eódun þonan abierunt, Mt. R. 2, 9, Uton g&a-long;n heonon, Jn. 14, 31. Him upp g&a-long;ndum of &d-bar;&a-long;m ba&d-bar;e, Gr. D. 343, 7. (l a) g&a-long;n of to relinquish a position, occupation, &c. :-- H&e-long; gæ-long;&d-bar; of his mæ-long;glage þonne h&e-long; geb&y-long;h&d-bar; t&o-long; regollage, Ll. Th. i. 348, 2. Æ&d-bar;elm eóde of &d-bar;&a-long;m geflite, Cht. Th. 174, 2. III. where the prominent notion is that of destination or direction. (1) of self-originated motion or action, (a) to take one's way, proceed to a place or person, go into a place, move in a specified direction :-- Dol bi&d-bar; si þe gæ-long;&d-bar; on deóp wæter, s&e-long; þe sund nafa&d-bar;, Sal. 224. N&o-long;e on þ&a-long; earce eóde, Mt. 24, 38. Eóde eorl t&o-long; þ&a-long;m ceorle, By. 132. Ðeáh h&i-long; men o&d-bar;&d-bar;e hundas wiþ eódon, Bt. 35, 6; F. 168, 3. G&a-long; &d-bar;&e-long; t&o-long; æ-long;metthylle, Past. 191, 25. C&o-long;m &d-bar;æ-long;r g&a-long;n in t&o-long; m&e-long; w&i-long;sd&o-long;m, Bt. 3, I ; F. 4, 17: B. 1163. (a α) where the destination is given by a clause :-- H&e-long; eóde þæt h&e-long; for eaxlum gest&o-long;d Denigea freán, B. 358. (b) where the place mentioned is intended to include what is done there :-- G&a-long; n&u-long; t&o-long; setle (go and feast), symbel-wynne dreóh, B. 1782. (c) where the purpose or motive of going (to a place) is indicated (α) by simple infin. :-- Eóde Daniel swefen reccan s&i-long;num freán, Dan. 158. Eóde folccw&e-long;n t&o-long; hire freán sittan, B. 640: 918. Ðenden hiæ-acute; eódun bycgan, Mt. R. 25, 10. Þonne mon wile sl&a-long;pan g&a-long;n, Lch. ii. 228, 5. Ð&a-long; c&o-long;m in g&a-long;n ealdor þegna Hr&o-long;&d-bar;g&a-long;r gr&e-long;tan, B. 1644. (β) by clause :-- G&a-long;&d-bar; froml&i-long;ce þæt g&e-long; g&u-long;&d-bar;freán gylp forb&e-long;gan, An. 1334 : 1184. (γ) by a coordinated verb, generally united to go by and :-- G&a-long;&d-bar; and leornigea&d-bar; euntes discite, Mt. 9, 13. G&a-long;n þ&a-long; þe þ-bar; geat &a-long;gan and geb&e-long;ten. Ll. Th. i. 128, 8. H&y-long; g&a-long;n siþþan and gescyldigen hine, 206, 3. þ-bar; h&e-long; eóde þreóra sum . . . and þone &a-long;&d-bar; syllen, 204, 28. Uton g&a-long;n and hl&a-long;fas bicgan, Mk. 6, 37. ¶ without and :-- Þonne gæ-long;&d-bar; o&d-bar;er man, seleþ his ceáp fore. Ll. Th. i. 142, 2. (δ) by a substantive (with t&o-long;) denoting (or implying) an action to be performed :-- Gæ-long;&d-bar; h&e-long; t&o-long; medo, B. 603. Eóde h&e-long; fæ-long;mnan t&o-long; spræ-long;ce he went to have speech with the maiden. Jul. 89. T&o-long; geþæhtunge eódun consilio inito, Mt. R. 27, 7. G&a-long; man t&o-long; scrifte, Wlfst. 181, 2. G&a-long; h&e-long; eft t&o-long; þ&a-long;m ord&a-long;le, Ll. Th. i. 294, 17. T&o-long; þisum h&u-long;sle t&o-long; g&a-long;nne, Ll. Lbmn. 414, 2. (ε) by a substantive (with on) denoting function in which the subject is to be employed :-- G&a-long; seó mæ-long;g&d-bar; him on borh, Ll. Th. i. 198, 24. (d) to apply to, betake oneself to, with the idea of appeal or surrender :-- And sw&a-long; eágan g&a-long;&d-bar; earmre þeówenan, þonne heó on hire hlæ-long;fdigean handa l&o-long;ca&d-bar;, Ps. Th. 12 2, 3. On þ&a-long; ræ-long;denne þe h&e-long; him g&a-long; t&o-long; honda, Ll. Th. i. 142, 3. Gif h&e-long; vville on hand g&a-long;n, 90, 7. (e) to turn to, betake oneself to an occupation, course of action, &c., go to law :-- Ne g&a-long; þ&u-long; mid þ&i-long;num esne in t&o-long; d&o-long;me, Ps. Th. 142, 2. (2) of passive movement, change of state, &c. (a) to be carried, moved, impelled to, towards a place, person, &c. , into a place or condition, lit. and fig. :-- Ðurh &d-bar;one æpl &d-bar;æs eágan mon mæg geseón, gif him &d-bar;æt fleáh on ne gæ-long;&d-bar;, Past. 69, 18. Gæ-long;&d-bar; seó sunne on þ-bar; t&a-long;cn Aquarium, Angl. viii. 305, 35. M&i-long;n l&a-long;r in gæ-long;&d-bar; on þin ondgit, Bt. 13 ; F. 36, 33. Sió heáfodpanne gæ-long;þ on riht s&o-long;na. Lch. ii. 342, 7. M&i-long;n gebed t&o-long; þ&e-long; eóde, Ps. Th. 60, 4. G&a-long;n hié ealle on þeówot. Ll. Th. i. 106, 17. Sceolde monig ides bifiende g&a-long;n on fremdes fæ&d-bar;m, Gen. 1970. (b) to pass, be paid, be allotted to a person or object :-- Gæ-long;&d-bar; gel&i-long;ce b&o-long;t t&o-long; eallum. Ll. Th. i. 98, 16. G&a-long; æ-long;lc cyric-sceatt int&o-long; þ&a-long;m ealdan mynstre, 262, 16. G&a-long; 1. þ-bar; b&o-long;cland þ&a-long;m cyninge t&o-long; handa, 420, 11. (c) to be appropriated to a purpose :-- Hit riht is þ-bar; þriddan dæ-long;l þ&a-long;re teó&d-bar;unge þe t&o-long; cirican gebyrige g&a-long; t&o-long; ciricb&o-long;te, &o-long;&d-bar;er dæ-long;l þ&a-long;m Godes þeúwan, þridde Godes þearfum, Ll. Th. i. 342, 8. (d) to be one of the constituent elements of something, be amongst the conditions requisite for something :-- Ne gæ-long;&d-bar; n&a-long; m&a-long;re t&o-long; m&e-long;tinge b&u-long;ton þæt þ&u-long; hit geseó and herige, Hml. Th. i. 186, 6. Gif w&e-long; willa&d-bar; &a-long;reccan ealle &d-bar;&a-long; gewitnyssa . . . , þonne gæ-long;&d-bar; þæ-long;r sw&i-long;&d-bar;e micel hw&i-long;l t&o-long;, 18, II. (e) to amount, be equivalent to :-- xv. pund wætres g&a-long;þ to sestre, Lch. ii. 298, 26. (f) to attain, reach, extend :-- Se rodor gæ-long;&d-bar; under &d-bar;&a-long;s eor&d-bar;an ale sw&a-long; deóp sw&a-long; bufan. Hex. 10, 2. On þ&i-long;s ilcan geáre eóde se sæster hwæ-long;tes t&o-long; .lv. penega and eác fur&d-bar;or, Chr. 1039; P. 161,28 : 1043; P. 165, 1. IV. of movement towards the speaker, to come :-- Se man þe ongeán &u-long;s gæ-long;&d-bar; homo qui venit in occursum nobis, Gen. 24, 65. H&e-long;r gæ-long;&d-bar; se swefnigend ecce somniator venit, 37, 19. G&a-long; þ&e-long; h&e-long;r t&o-long; m&e-long; huc ad me ingredere, Gr. D. 25, 20. G&a-long;&d-bar; t&o-long; &u-long;s, By. 93. G&a-long; h&e-long; hider t&o-long; m&e-long;, Past. 383, l. Læ-long;tan h&i-long; h&e-long;r beforan &u-long;s for&d-bar; g&a-long;n, Hml. S. 23, 681. V. special uses with preps, or adverbs. (1) beforan g&a-long;n to take precedence of. :-- Sanctus I&o-long;hannes gæ-long;þ beforan eallum &o-long;þrum w&i-long;tgan, Bl. H. 167, 22. (2) g&a-long;n for&d-bar; mid to produce, came out with :-- Ð&a-long; þ&u-long;hte &u-long;s eallum þ-bar; Helmst&a-long;n m&o-long;ste g&a-long;n for&d-bar; mid &d-bar;on b&o-long;con, Cht. Th. 170, 17. (3) mid g&a-long;n to accompany, be with :-- Ne eódun h&i-long; mid him, Jn. 6, 66. His metec&u-long; m&o-long;t g&a-long;n mid hl&a-long;fordes oxan . . . g&a-long; his metec&u-long; mid hl&a-long;fordes c&u-long;, Ll. Th. i. 438, 16, 20. (4) of g&a-long;n to be uttered :-- Of eallum &d-bar;æ-long;m worde þe g&a-long;þ of Godes m&u-long;þe, Bl. H. 27, 9. (5) &u-long;p g&a-long;n to begin, start :-- Andlang Cendefer &d-bar;&e-long;r hit (the boundary) æ-long;r &u-long;p eóde, C. D. v. 40, 17. (6)&u-long;t g&a-long;n (a) to go to the closet, have an evacuation :-- Hw&i-long;lum hié oft on dæge &u-long;t g&a-long;&d-bar;, and þonne lytlum ; hw&i-long;lum æ-long;ne, and þonne micel, Lch. ii. 230, 21. H&u-long; man lyste &u-long;t g&a-long;n, and ne mæg, 164, 17. (b) to leave a permanent habitation or occupation :-- .vi. gear þeówige h&e-long;, þ&y-long; siofo&d-bar;an beó h&e-long; frióh. Mid swelce hrægle h&e-long; in eóde, mid swelce g&a-long; h&e-long; &u-long;t, Ll. Th. i. 46, 4. (c) to proceed to the business of a court :-- þ-bar; man habbe gem&o-long;t . . . , and g&a-long;n &u-long;t þ&a-long; yldestan . xii. þegnas and se ger&e-long;fa mid and swerian . . . , Ll. Th. i. 294, 3.

gandra. v. ganra: ganet. v. ganot : ganet-fatu, Wrt. Voc. ii. 56, 59. v. gemet-fæt.

gang. Add: I. going, walking, moving on foot, step. (1) of living beings :-- Þæ-long;r næ-long;fre feóndes ne bi&d-bar; gang on lande, An. 1696. Petrus mid his gange get&a-long;cnode æ-long;g&d-bar;er ge &d-bar;&a-long; strangan ge &d-bar;&a-long; unstrangan on Godes folce, Hml. Th. ii. 390, 16. Þurh his f&o-long;ta gange ambulando, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 349, 14. Gif ic m&i-long;ne heorde þrafige on gancge (in ambulando), R. Ben. 120, 20. T&o-long; r&a-long;de oþþe t&o-long; gange for riding or walking, Ll. Th. i. 232, 15. Wi&d-bar; f&o-long;ta s&a-long;re fram miclum gange, Lch. ii. 68, 16 : 6, 18. Hrædne gang rapidum gressum. An. Ox. 50, 43. H&y-long; habbaþ þæs þe leóhtran gang, Lch. i. 342, 12. Wæ-long;ron hyra gongas sm&e-long;&d-bar;e and ges&e-long;fte, G&u-long;. 703. Mid gongum, mid r&a-long;dum, oþþe mid þ&y-long; þe hine mon here oþþe on wæ-long;ne ferige, Lch. ii. 30, 28. (l a) the sole of the foot (?) :-- Wi&d-bar; f&o-long;tswylum . . . haran lungen . . . neoþan t&o-long; gewriþen, wundorl&i-long;ce þ&a-long; gongas beóþ gehæ-long;lede, Lch. i. 342, 19. (1 b) the being habitually in a specified condition. Cf. gan; I. 5 :-- Be sceápes gonge mid his fliése. Sceáp sceal gongan mid his fliése o&d-bar; midne sumor, Ll. Th. i. 146, 9. (2) of things :-- Freóbearn wurdon &a-long;læ-long;ten l&i-long;ges gange, Dan. 263. Mid sw&a-long;tes gange with the flow of blood, Kr. 23. Wæ-long;gea gangas þonne sæ-long;streámas sw&i-long;&d-bar;ust fl&o-long;wa&d-bar; elationes maris, Ps. Th. 92, 5. (2 a) of non-material things :-- Æ-long;rmorgenes gancg exitus matutini, Ps. Th. 64, 9. Þ&e-long; untrymnes &a-long;dle gongum (with attacks of disease) bysgade, G&u-long;. 990. II. power of walking or of moving about :-- Healte men onf&e-long;ngon heora gonge. Shrn. 137, 27. W&e-long; ged&o-long;&d-bar; þæt h&i-long; g&a-long;n ne magon . . . W&e-long; forgifa&d-bar; him n&u-long; gang. Hml. Th. ii. 486, 15. III. mode of walking, walk, gait :-- Eustachius h&i-long; behealdende be heora gewunelican gange h&i-long; gecneów, Hml. S. 30, 234. Mid sw&y-long;&d-bar;e sorhleásum and bealdum gange secure gressu ac libero. Gr. D. 319, 17. IV. a walk, journey :-- T&o-long; leáne his gauges, Gr. D. 143, 6. Woerig of gonge (geong, L.) fatigatus ex itinere, Jn. R. 4, 6. Gong (geong, L.) d&o-long;n iter facere, Lk. R. 13, 22. Geong &l-bar; fær iter, Lk. L. 10, 33: Rtl. 176, 23. Þurh þ&i-long;n sylfes gong t&o-long; eor&d-bar;an, Cri. 254. Forhabban hine wy&d-bar; micele gangas, Lch. iii. 134, 19. IV a. like colloquial go, time, occasion of going :-- Gehwæþerne gang sw&i-long;gende either time (going and returning) in silence, Lch. ii. 76, 17. V. a way, road, path, passage :-- Þ&a-long; ongunnon h&i-long; b&u-long;ton æ-long;lcere lættinge in gangan; m&e-long; thorn-bar; godcunde mægen þæs ganges bewerede. Hml. S. 23 b, 408. Wæs on gange gifu oft geæhted, B. 1884. Ic gong t&o-long; þ&a-long;m &a-long;gan m&o-long;ste, Jul. 517. Bió&d-bar;on unrehte in gongum (geongom, L.) erunt praua in directa, Lk. R. 3, 5. Gongas (geongas. L.) semitas, Mk. R. 1, 3. Geongas, Lk. L. 3, 4. V a. a track :-- L&a-long;stas wæ-long;ton w&i-long;de ges&y-long;ne, gang ofer grundas, B. 1404. Uton f&e-long;ran Grendles m&a-long;gan gang sceáwigan, 1391. VI. course of time or events :-- Eall þæs þe h&e-long; in fyrndagum g&o-long;des o&d-bar;&d-bar;e g&a-long;les on his gæ-long;ste gehl&o-long;d geára gongum, Cri. 1036 : Jul. 693. H&u-long; mæg ic þæt findan, þæt sw&a-long; fyrn gewear&d-bar; wintra gangum ?, El. 633. Wyrda gangum, 1256. VII. a stream of words, a narrative :-- Þæt h&e-long; him on spellum gec&y-long;&d-bar;de, onwrige worda gongum, h&u-long; h&e-long; his w&i-long;sna tr&u-long;wade, G&u-long;. 1134. VIII. space traversed by that which moves (swiftly), expanse covered :-- Under swegles gang under the canopy of heaven, An. 208: 455. Wolcna gang the cloud-covered sky, Dan. 624. Tungla gong the firmament of moving stars, Cri. 884. Ofer geofones gong over