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GECYND-BÓC -- GE-CÝÞAN 309

family, a tribe, nation :-- Gecynda nationum. Ps. Rdr. 286, 7. XI a. descendants, progeny :-- Wulfsie Wotringabyras innon ðæt gecynde cuidam Wulfsio dederunt Wotryngebyri, sibi et suae progeniei in haereditatem futuram (vi. 54, 25), C.D. ii. 381, 13: 14: 15: 18. XII. a class distinguished by common attributes, genus, sort :-- Woruldmonna seó unclæ-acute;ne gecynd, Cri. 1017. Nán ðing ðæs gecyndes. Hml. Th. ii. 370, 5. Eorðan gecynda, Cri. 1181. v. eald-, inwit-, médren-, mónaþ-, sundor-gecynd.

gecynd-bóc. Add :-- Gecyndbóca gerecednesse (juxla) Geneseos relatum, An. Ox. 50: 1154.

ge-cynde nature. v. ge-cynd.

ge-cynde; adj. Add: natural, native, (1) that is in accordance with nature or the usual course of things :-- Gecynde riht jus naturale, Wrt. Voc. ii. 49, 6. Þone deáþ þe eallum monnum gecynde is, Bt. 39, 10; F. 228, 9. Sé ús gesette ... sibbe gecynde (cf. se ilca gesette ... gecyndelice sibbe eallum his gesceaftum, Bt. 21; F. 74, 1), Met. 11, 14. (2) implanted by nature, innate, inherent :-- Gecynde insitum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 43, 55. Wræ-acute;nnes bið æ-acute;lcum men gecynde, Bt. 34, 11; F. 152, 12. Salamon þeáh swýðe wel, eal swá him gecynde wæs, Wlfst. 277, 17. Him wæs gecynde þ-bar; hé symble wæs reád on his andwlitan cui ex conspersione semper facies rubere consueverat, Gr. D. 187, 15. Swá déð se gecynda cræft æ-acute;lcum men agit cujusque rei natura quod proprium est, Bt. 16, 3; F. 54, 32. (3) naturally pertaining to, or associated with, proper :-- Nis hit nó þé gecynde þ-bar;te þú hí áge ... ac þá heofencundan þing þé sint gecynde. Bt. 14, 1; F. 40, 33. Tól tó swelcum cræfte swelce þú cunne þ-bar; ðé is gecynde, and þ-bar; þé is riht tó habbenne, F. 42, 7. Þám treówum ðe him gecynde biþ úpheáh tó standanne. ... Hió cymþ swá úp swá hire yfemest gecynde bið she mounts as high as ever it is natural for her to go, 25; F. 88, 21-28: Met. 13, 63. (4) belonging to one by birth, descent, or inheritance :-- Ús is from úrum æ-acute;restan mæ-acute;ge gecynde ðæt wé æ-acute;lc yfel on ðrió wísan ðurhtión, Past. 417, 20. Him wæs bæ-acute;m on þám leódscipe lond gecynde, B. 2197. Hé sæ-acute;de þ-bar; Móyses wæ-acute;re þæs Jósepes sunu; þ-bar; him wæ-acute;ran fram hym drýcræftas gecynde (paternae scientiae haereditas), Ors. 1, 4; S. 34, 14. (4 a) native (country, language) :-- Ágen vel gecynde spræ-acute;c idioma, proprietas linguae, Wrt. Voc. i. 55, 46. Gecynde under scada patrias sub umbras, An. Ox. 32, 4. (5) rightful (lord) :-- Hí cwæ-acute;don þ-bar; him nán leófre hláford næ-acute;re þonne heora gecynde (-a, v.l.) hláford, Chr. 1014; P. 145, 3. v. un-gecynde.

ge-cyndelic. Add: kindly, native. (1) that is according to natural laws, in agreement with nature :-- Æt fruman wæs gehealden seó gecyndelice æ-acute; (lex bonae naturae), swá þ-bar; nán óðrum ne derode; eft þeós æ-acute; (naturalis lex) becóm tó gýmeleáste, Angl. vii. 8, 70: Hml. S. 11. 348. Hwí ne magon gé gebídan gecyndelices deádes?, Bt. 39, 1; F. 210, 27. Hé gesette gecyndelice sibbe eallum his gesceaftum, 21; F. 74, 1. (2) implanted by nature, innate, inherent :-- Gecyndelic naturalis (curiositas), An. Ox. 4, 1. Gecyndelicere genuini, 5092. Gecyndelicre natiua (uenustate), 7, 364: 8, 357. Of gecyndelicre tyndran de ingenito fomite, Wrt. Voc. ii. 139, 64. Ic wát þ-bar; gé wénaþ þæt gé nán gecyndelic gód ne gesæ-acute;lþa on innan eów selfum nabbaþ itane nullum est proprium vobis atque insitum bonum?, Bt. 14, 2; F. 44, 16. (3) naturally belonging to, proper :-- Þám fódre þe him (animals) gecyndelic biþ, Bt. 14, 2; F. 44, 24. (4) native (land) :-- In ðæ-acute;re gecyndelice in genetali (solo), Wrt. Voc. ii. 80, 34: 46, 64. (5) generative, of generation. v. ge-cynd; VII a. gecynd-lim :-- Seó gecyndelice hæ-acute;tu ... gestilleþ on þé, Bl. H. 7, 27. Gif man gekyndelice lim áwyrdeð, Ll. Th. i. 18, 10. Gif wíf of ðám gecyndelican limon þone fléwsan þæs wæ-acute;tan þoligen, Lch. i. 308, 1: 64, 21. ¶ used substantively :-- Gyf wíf cennan ne mæge, nime þysse wyrte wós mid wulle, dó on þá gecyndelican, 266, 9. v. un-gecyndelic.

ge-cyndelíce. Add: (1) in accordance with nature, v. gecyndelic, (1) :-- Ðá getreówan freónd God gecyndelíce gesceóp tó gemágum, Bt. 24, 3; F. 82, 31. (2) inherently, by natural disposition. v. ge-cyndelic, (2) :-- Críst is good gecyndelíce, Hml. Th. i. 238, 17. Þurh þ-bar; hé ealle þinc ... búton æ-acute;nigum geswince swilce gekyndelíce of gewunan (swylce gecyndelíce and gewunlíce, R. Ben. 32, 1) gehealde per quam universa ... absque ullo labore velut naturaliter ex consuetudine incipiet custodire, R. Ben. I. 36, 15. v. un-gecyndelice.

gecynde-spræ-acute;c. Dele, and see ge-cynde, (4 a).

gecynd-lim. Add: sexual organs, v. ge-cynd; VII a. (1) of a male, genitalia :-- Gecindlimu genitalia, Wrt. Voc. i. 44, 59. Lust gecyndlima uoluptas genitalium, Scint. 106, 9: Lch. i. 370, 3. On gecyndlimum mínum, Angl. xi. 117, 25. Hé him ealle þá gecyndlimu of ácearf, Gr. D. 26, 27. Nim heortes gecyndlimu (-leomo, v.l.), Lch. i. 336, 20. (2) of a female, vulva, uterus :-- Of méddernum rife, gecyndlime de uulua, An. Ox. 1496. Fram gecyndlime a uulua, ab utero, Ps. L. 57, 4. (3) as a symbol of indecency :-- Gecyndlim dedecus, turpitudinem, Germ. 390, 120.

ge-cyndnes. Add :-- Gecyndnesse nationis, Ps. Rdr. 286, 7. Ge-cyndnessa &l-bar; wæstmas heora nascentias eorum, 289, 22.

ge-cyndo(-u). v. ge-cynd.

ge-cynehelmian to crown :-- Beón gecynehelmod coronari, Scint. 11, 6. Úre mægen byþ gecynehelmud nostra uirtus coronabitur, 209, 6.

ge-cýpan. v. ge-cípan: ge-cýpe. v. ge-cípe: ge-cypsed. v. ge-cyspan.

ge-cyrnod; adj. Jagged, having grainlike excrescences :-- Wiþ scurfedum nægle; nim gecyrnadne sticcan, sete on þone nægl wið þá wearta, Lch. ii. 150, 4. Gecyrnode cambas serratas cristas (of a cock), An. Ox. 26, 15.

ge-cyrnlad. Add :-- Gecyrnlude appla mala granata, An. Ox. 3841. Gecyrnlode, 2, 258.

ge-cyrpsian. v. ge-cirpsian: ge-cyrran. v. ge-cirran.

ge-cyrtan; p. te; pp. cyrt To shorten, cut off :-- Gecyrte truncas, Germ. 400, 139. [O.H. Ger. uuerdent gecurzite (breuiabuntur) thie taga.]

ge-cyrtenlæ-acute;can; p. -læ-acute;hte To make sweet :-- Gecertenlæ-acute;hte indulcauit (the Latin is: Mellitus versuum epigrammatibus inculcauit), An. Ox. 5408.

ge-cyspyd. Substitute: ge-cyspan, -cypsan; p. te; pp. -cyspt, -cysped To fetter :-- Beóþ gecyspte conpediuntur, Wrt. Voc. ii. 22, 26. Gecyspedra (-cypsed-, Ps. Spl.) compeditorum, Ps. Rdr. 78, 11. Drihten tólýseþ gecyspede (-cypsede, Ps. Spl.), 145, 7. Ðá gecypsedan, Hml. Th. ii. 414, 23.

ge-cyssan. Add :-- Hé gecyste þone man þe wæs egeslíce hreóf. Shrn. 147, 6. þ-bar;te gecyste hine ut oscularetur eum, Lk. L.R. 22, 47. [O.H. Ger. ge-kussen.]

ge-cýþan. Add: I. to make known by words, (1) to give information of, tell, give notice of, report :-- Ic þé gecýþe for þon þe manega tintrega hié þé on bringað. Bl. H. 237, 4. Mid þyssum wordum hé gecýþde þ-bar; hé wolde beón swyltende, 75, 32. Þú gecýð ... ne mæg ofer þæt Ebréa þeód ... ríce healdan, El. 446. Giefe ... þe mé álýfed nis tó gecýðenne cwicra æ-acute;ngum, Gú. 1223, Þis wæs þám kyninge sóna tó Normandie gecýðed (-cýdd, v.l.), Chr. 1076; P. 211, 20. Him wæs gecýðd þ-bar; Wyllelm wolde hider, 1066; P. 197, 15. Higeláce wæs síð Beówulfes gecýðed, B. 1971: 2324. ¶ with complementary adjective :-- Se cyng wæs deád gekýd the king was reported dead, Chr. 1093; P. 227, 20. (1 a) of official notice, to report, (α) a matter :-- His scrift hit gecýðe þám biscope, hweðer hé tó þæ-acute;re bóte cirran wolde, Ll. Th. i. 212, 23. (β) an object, to give notice of the place or condition of an object :-- Gif þé becume óðres monnes giémeleás fioh on hand, gecýð (-cýðe, v.l.) hit him, Ll. Th. i. 54, 10. Gif hé wille his wæ-acute;pen sellan, hine mon gehealde, and hine his freóndum gecýðe (cf. hine his mæ-acute;gum gebodie, 8), 90, 16. (2) to bear witness, testify, v. ge-cýþedness :-- þ-bar;te [hé] gicýðeð him ut testetur illis, Lk. R. 16, 28. Is gecýðed testatur, Jn. p. 1, 7; p. 6, 19. (2 a) with complementary adj. :-- Sóð þæt gecýðed mænig (many a man will testify that it is true) ..., þæt þæt geweorðeð ..., An. 1437. (3) of a formal statement, to declare :-- Gecýþe seó gewitnysse þ-bar; on Godes helde, þ-bar; heó him on sóðre gewitnysse sý, Ll. Th. i. 388, 22. Gif mon þæs ofslægenan weres bidde, hé mót gecýðan þ-bar; hé hine for þeóf ofslóge, ... Gif hé hit dierneð, Ll. Th. i. 116, 4. (3 a) of a statement by one in authority, to announce, proclaim, declare, (a) with acc. :-- God his miltse onwreáh, and his mæ-acute;gsibbe gecýðde, Bl. H. 107, 3. Gehát him þurh hálig word God self gecýðde, Gen. 1797. ¶ with complement :-- Þú eart cynebearn gecýðed cwycum and deádum. Hy. 7, 117: El. 816. (b) with clause: Ic Æðelstáne cyning eallum mínum geréfum ... gecýðe ... þ-bar; ic wille ..., Ll. Th. i. 196, 35. Þú (God) mé gecýðdest þæt þú mundbora mínum wæ-acute;re. Hö. 74. Him (David) gecýðan Waldendes dóm, Ps. C. 18. 'Secgge ic (St. Michael) ...' Ðá þ-bar; wæs þús gesprecen and gecýðed, Bl. H. 201, 10. Him Drihten þ-bar; gecýþed hæfde, 225, 3: Dan. 113. (4) to make an object known, tell its character :-- Gecýþe ús þone weg. Bl. H. 233, 20. Hé (John) hine (Christ) æ-acute;r monnum gecýþan and gesecgan teolode, æ-acute;r þon þe hé sylfa lifde, 165, 31. (5) to describe, relate, give an account of :-- Ic þé mæg yfla gehwylces ór gecýðe oð ende forð, Jul. 353. Ðás circean þus æteówde ond gecýþde seó ilce bóc, Bl. H. 197, 25. Sé ðe bet cunne gecýðe his máre, Angl. ix. 265, 14. Næ-acute;nig óðrum mæg wlite and wísan wordum gecýðan, Rä. 81, 7. Mid giddum gecýþan hú wundorlíce Drihten welt eallra gesceafta. Bt. 25; F. 88, 2. (6) to make known what is asked about, tell in answer to a question :-- Búton þú mé sóð gecýðe, El. 690. Þæt hí mé þinga gehwylc gecýðan þe ic him tó séce, 409. (6 a) with an indirect question :-- Gecýþe ús hwylce gemete þú cóme. Bl. H. 141, 20. þ-bar; þú mé gecýðe hwæt þes þegn sý, Jul. 279. Þæt hé him on spellum gecýðde hú hé his wísna trúwade, Gú. 1133. Gecýðan hwá teóde eorðan, An. 79: El. 861. Ofost is sélest tó gecýðanne hwanan eówre cyme syndon, B. 257. Hwæt eów sélest ðynce tó gecýðanne, gif þeós cwén úsic frigneð, El. 533. (7) to confess :-- Æ-acute;ghwilc crísten man ... gewunige gelómlíce tó scrifte, and unforwandodlíce his synna gecýþe, Ll. Th. i. 310, 6. II. to make known by action, shew kindness, &c., display. (1) to perform an action :-- Hé feala tácna gecýðde, An. 711. Manigfeald wundor ... wæ-acute;ron and gyt beóð æteówed and gecýðed, Bl. H. 209, 16. (1 a) with dat. of person seeing the action :-- Hé