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GEDWILD-ÆFTERFYLGUNG -- GE-DÝRE 317

híwere and hine tó him gebæd, and hé wearð for þám gedwylde ádræ-acute;fed of his anwealde, Hml. S. 31, 839. Heó mid Arrianiscum gedwylde dweligende lyfode, 653. Nestorius cwæð þ-bar; on Críste wæ-acute;ron twégen hádas, and hí his gedwild ádwæ-acute;scton, Ll. Th. ii. 374, 19. Hit getácnað gydwyldu (hereses) árísende, Archiv cxx. 50, 23. III. deception, a leading astray, v. ge-dwyldlic :-- Báál næfde náne gódnesse, ac wæs gramlic deófol mid gedwylde áfunden (was found to be a cruel devil able to deceive (?)), Hml. S. 18, 48. Antecríst wile ámyrran mid his gedwylde eall þæt se sóða Críst æ-acute;r bodade and gesette tó rihte, Wlfst. 195, 17. Ðonne tweónað fela manna . . . for ðám micclum and mænigfealdum gedwyldum þe hí geseóð and gehýrað, hwæðer hé sý se sóða Godes sunu oððe ná ne sý, 196, 13. v. mis-gedwild.

gedwild-æfterfylgung, e; f. A following after error, heresy :-- Kyre vel gedweldæftertelgung (printed gedweloæfterfelgund) heresis, Wrt. Voc. i. 16, 55.

ge-dwyldlic; adj. That leads astray, deceptive, false. v. ge-dwild; III :-- Antecríst winð ongeán Godes gecorenan . . . mid gedwyldlicum scíncræftum . . . ; ætforan þám hé wyrcð mænigfealde wundra þæt hé þurh þæt hy tó gedwolan áwende. Wlfst, 196, 18-197, 5.

gedwild-mann, es; m. A heretic :-- Þá gedwyldmen man hæ-acute;t on Grécisc Nictales (= Nyctages, haeretici qui superfluas existimabant sacras vigilias), Nap. 60, 21. Cf. gedwol-mann.

ge-dwimere. Dele, and see next word.

ge-dwimor. Add: I. an illusion produced by diabolic agency, apparition :-- Gedwimore fantasmale, An. Ox. 4059. Feor áweg gewítan swefna and nihta gedwymeru (faniasmata), Hy. S. II, 31. Tunglera gedwimeru Chaldeorum fantasmata, An. Ox. 3269. II. delusion, deception :-- Sume swefna beóð of deófle tó sumum swicdóme . . . ac his gedwimor ne mæg derian þám gódum, Hml. S. 21, 408. Gedwimeres (-dwomeres, Hpt. Gl. 514, 72) nebulonis (atrum nebulonis phantasma, Ald. 66, 31. For the sense in which nebulonis seems to be taken here cf. nebulonis heówunga, leásunge, 2238), An. Ox. 4695. II a. a delusion, that which (by diabolic power) gives a false idea, deceit :-- Ne gýman gé galdra . . . ne weorðian gé wyllas ne æ-acute;nige wudutreówu, for ðám æ-acute;ghwylce ídele syndon deófles gedwimeru, Wlfst. 40, 16. Hig worhton fela gedwimera on anlícnessum, 11, 5. Se deófol wyrcð þonne wundra þurh his scíncræft mid leásum gedwimorum, Hml. S. 35, 351. Sum gedwola mid manegum gedwimorum þæt landfolc bedydrode lange, 31, 834. Hé (St. Martin) geseah gelóme þá deóflu mid mislicum gedwymorum (cf. þá deófla mid heora searocræftum him (St. Martin) cómon gelóme tó, Hml. S. 31, 706) . . . hé næs bepæ-acute;ht ðurh heora leásungum, Hml. Th. ii. 512, 21. II b. a delusion, a false idea entertained, error :-- Wæs án hálig stów swýðe gewurðod . . . swilce ðæ-acute;r martyres lágon . . . Martinus ne gelýfde þám leásum gedwimore (cf. mid heálicum gedwylde, Hml. Th. ii. 506, 27), Hml. S. 31, 346. II c. a practice that deludes :-- Gedwimere necromantia, An. Ox. 4701.

ge-dwimorlic ; adj. Illusory, existing only apparently :-- Hú Benedictus ádwæ-acute;scte þ-bar; gedwimorlice fýr . , . Geseah hé þ-bar; þ-bar; fýr wæs geþúht on þára bróðra eágum . . . Hé . . . þá bróðru þe hé gemétte mid þám gedwimorlicum fýre bepáhte ongeán gecígde de phantastico incendio . . . Ignem in oculis fratrum esse considerans . . . eos, quos phantastico reperi igne deludi, revocavit, Gr. D. 123, 16-124, ll. Him geðúht swylce . . . seó kycene forburne; ac hit . . . wæs þæs deófles dydrung . . . Ðá gebróðra wæ-acute;ron mid ðám gedwymorlicum fýre gebysgode, Hml. Th. ii. 166, 4-11.

ge-dwimorlíce. Add: in appearance only, not really :-- Wearð án mæ-acute;den forbróden (changed to a mare) þurh drýmanna dydrung, ge-dwimorlíce swá deáh . . . Macharius cwæð: 'Ic geseó þis mæ-acute;den on menniscum gecynde, and heó nis ná áwend swá swá gé wénað . . . ac on eówrum gesihðum hit is swá gehíwod, Hml. S. 21, 474. v. un-gedwimorlíce.

ge-dwínan. Add :-- Þonne deriende gedwínað heonone þysse worulde gefeán, gewitað mid ealle, þonne druncennes gedwíneð mid wistum noxia tunc hujus cessabunt gaudia saecli, ebrietas, epulae, Dóm. L. 231 233. Gedwán disparuit .i. evanuit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 141, 18 : 27, 34.

ge-dwol; adj. Heretical :-- Arrianus se gedwola bisceop, Gr. D. 234 10, 21 : 235, i. v. gedwol-bisceop.

ge-dwola error. Add: I. error, wrong conduct :-- Gedwolum erratis, An. Ox. 43, 8. Hé geseah þ-bar; eal manna cynn on missenlicum gedwolum from heora Scyppende gewitene wæ-acute;ron, Bl. H. 103, 5. II. a practice that deceives, leads into error. Cf. gedwol-cræft :-- Þá þe galdorcræftas and gedwolan begangaþ and mid þæ-acute;m umwære men beswícaþ and ádwellab, Bl. H. 61, 23. III. erroneous opinion or doctrine :-- Wiðerweardra gedwola apocryphorum naenias, Mt. p. 10, 9. v scín-gedwola.

ge-dwola one who errs. Add: I. one who acts wrongly, a wicked person :-- 'Wá dám ðe talað yfel tó góde, and gód tó yfele . . . Swilc gerihtwísiað þone árleásan for sceattum'. . . Eft cwæð Salomon be swilcum gedwolum : 'Hí (impii) blissiað on yfelnesse, ' Hml. Th. ii. 322 20, II. one who errs from imperfect knowledge :-- Geleáfan

ungelæ-acute;redes folces and gedwolena fidem indocti vulgi ac neofitorum, ngl. xiii. 421, 803. III. one who errs in matters of doctrine, a heretic :-- Arrianus wæs se mæ-acute;sta gedwola þe of mancynne cóme, Ll. Th. ii. 374, I: Hml. A. 59, 196. Olimpius wæs eác gedwola on úres Drihtnes geleáfan (in respect to his belief in our Lord), 204. Sé þe him (the apostles and wise teachers) wiðcwyð and heora gesetnessum, hé byð gedwola, 22, 199 : Hml. S. l, 19. Valens wæs on Críste gefullod, ac hé ne cúþe his geleáfan, ac folgode gedwylde . . . Se gedwola, 3, 299. Nestorum þone gedwolan þe cwæð þ-bar; on Críste wæ-acute;ron twégen hádas, 1. Th. ii. 374, 18. Þ UNCERTAIN hálige goðspell hæfð oferswíðod swylcera gewolena andgit, Hml. S. 1, 8. IV. one who wanders in his mind, a frantic person :-- Ged(w)olan lymphaticus, An. Ox. ii. 176.

gedwol-bisceop, es; m. A heretical bishop :-- Arrianus se gedwol-biscop þára ungeleáffullra Langbeardna, Gr. D. 234, 10, 21 : 235, 1. Gecyrdum þám gedwolbiscope, 238, 20. Se fæder sænde þone gedwol-biscop, II : 15.

ge-dwolen. Add: wanting in understanding, foolish :-- Gedwolenum vecordi, Kent, Gl. 308.

gedwol-fær, es; n. or -faru, e; f. A going astray :-- Gewæ-acute;cede on gedwolfære defectos in abductione. Ps. Rdr. p. 291, 36.

gedwol-godas. Substitute: gedwol-god, es; m. n. A false god :-- Ðes gedwolgod (Mercury) . . . is Óðon geháten on Denisce wísan, Wlfst. 107, 6. Lác tó weorðunge þissum gedwolgode (Mars), 106, 30, On hæ-acute;þenum þeódum ne dear man forhealdan lytel ne mycel þæs þe gelagod is tó gedwolgoda weorðunge . . . ne dear man gewanian . . . æ-acute;nig þæ-acute;ra þinga þe gedwolgodan gebróht bið, 157, 12, 7.

ge-dwolian. Add: -dwalian. I. to go astray, wander from the path. (l) lit. :-- Gif gedwalige (-duologia, L., erraverit) án ðára scípa

. . hé gáð soece þætte gedwalode (-duolade, L., erravit) . . . hé máre gefeáþ be þæ-acute;m þonne be þæ-acute;m . . . þe ne gedwaladan (erraverunt), Mt. . . . 18, 12-13. Gif mon on his wege biþ gedwolod, Lch. ii. 290, 17. 2) fig. :-- Ne eart þú ealles of þám earde ádrifen, þeáh þú ðæ-acute;r on gedwolode tu a patria non quidem pulsus es sed aberrasti. Bt. 5, l; F. , 36. II. to err, Bl. H. 87, 30: Mk. R. 12, 27. v. Dict.

ge-dwollíce; adv. In error, erringly :-- Hí worhton wólíce and ge-dwollíce him hæ-acute;þene godas, and þone sóþan God forsáwon, Wlfst. 105, 9.

ge-dwolma, an ; m. Chaos :-- Gedwolman chaos, Wrt. Voc. ii. 21, 63.

gedwol-mann. Add: one who is in error, (i) a mistaken person, ne who acts under a misapprehension : -- Fæder, . . . forgif ðás dæ-acute;de þisum gedwolmannum, for ðan ðe hí nyton hwæt hí nú dóð, Hml. Th. ii. 256, 8. (2) one who holds erroneous opinions in matters of faith, (a) an opponent of Christianity :-- Andeteras (confessores) Crístes naman mid sóðum geleáfan andetton bealdlíce betwux gedwolmannum, Hml. Th. ii. 558, 24. (b) an unorthodox person, a heretic, schismatic :-- Ðá gedwolmenn (haeretici) mid wóre láre ofsleáð ðæt mód geleáffullra monna, Past. 367, 15: 369, 17. Of ðám gedwylde þe gedwolmen setton be hyre ácennednysse, Hml. A. 24, 6 : Hml. S. 1, 5. Ðá gedwolmen þe dwelodon þone cásere, 3, 312. Hé folgode gedwylde þurh gedwolmanna tihtinge, 296. Gedwolmanna scismalicorum i. herfticortim, An. Ox. 417: Hpt. 474, 49. Hé wolde sweltan for rihte æ-acute;r ðám þe hé forsuwode þone sóðan gelýfan betwux þám gedwolmannum þe hine drehton, Hml. S. 3, 669.

gedwol-spræ-acute;c, e ; f. Heretical speech, heresy :-- Twégen ðsér wæ-acute;ron bisceophádes men þe æ-acute;lces yfeles heáfodhebban wæ-acute;ron . . . hí Godes gelaðunge drehton and mid heora gedwolspræ-acute;ce eall folc ámyrdon, Hml. S. 23, 369.

ge-dwolsum. Substitute: Misleading :-- Æfre sé þe áwent of Ledene on Englisc, æ-acute;fre hé sceal gefadian hit swá þ-bar; þ-bar; Englisc hæbbe his ágene wísan; elles hit biþ swíþe gedwolsum tó ræ-acute;denne þám þe þæs Ledenes wísan ne can, Ælfc. Gen. Thw. 4, 10.

gedwol-þing. es; n. I. a false thing :-- Hý forgýmdon heora Drihten, and wurðedon þurh deófles láre mistlice gedwolþing, and worhton fela gedwimera on anlícnessum, Wlfst. 11, 4. II. (magical) delusion, sorcery :-- Balzaman smyring wiþ scínláce and wiþ eallum gedwolþinge, Lch. ii. 288, 14. Wið æ-acute;lces cynnes gedwolþing, 290, 16.

ge-dwomer, ge-dýfan. v. ge-dwimor, ge-dífan.

ge-dyn ; m. l. ge-dyne; n. , and add :-- Hit anginne eal ætgidre brastligan, and ðá hameras beátan and for eallum ðysan gedene ne mæg sió sáwle hí gerestan. Sal. K. p. 85, 21.

ge-dyngan to dung, manure. Substitute :-- Seó eá þæt land middeweard oferfleów mid fótes þicce flóde, and hit þonne mid Sim gedynged wearð fluvius per plana diffusus augmentis ubertatis inpendebalur, Ors. l, 3 ; S. 32, 7. Gedyngde æceras ceratos agros, Wrt. Voc. ii.

130, 22-

ge-dyppan. Dele, and see ge-dípan: ge-dýran. v. ge-díran.

ge-dýre. l. -dyre, and add :-- On heora gedyrum and oferslegum, Hml. Th. i. 310, 29: 40, 12. On æ-acute;gðrum gedyrum and on þám oferslege, Angl. viii. 322, 12. ¶ as a part used for the whole, a door :-- Wurdon gemétte ætforan heora gedyrum twá hund mittan meluwes on fæ-acute;telsum ducenti farinae modii ante fores cellae (ætforan ðæs mynstres geate, Gr. D. 145, 26) inventi sunt, Hml. Th. ii. 172, 4.