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322 GE-FÆGERIAN -- GE-FARAN

suá him máre ðearf wæs, and ðæs ðe gefægenra ðe hé hím suá eáðmódlíce and suá árlíce tó spræc, Past. 305, 6-8.

ge-fægerian. Add :-- Fægere se æðela kyning David þis híw gefægerode þus býmendre stefne hleóðriende, Angl. viii. 331, 12.

ge-fægerness. e; f. Beauty :-- Hester wæs swíðe wlitig on wundorlicre gefægernysse, Hml. A. 95, 97.

ge-fægnian. Add: (1) with gen. :-- Heó þæs gefægnode þ-bar; heó hæfde ealles þæs geáres bigleofan, Gr. D. 69, 13. (2) with prep. :-- Hé gefægnode for þæs feóndes deáþe, Gr. D. 120, 8.

ge-fægnung. Add :-- Gefægnunge exultationis, Scint. 65, 5. On gefægenunga in exultatione, Bl. Gl.

ge-fælan. Dele, and see ge-fillan: ge-fæll. v. ge-fill: ge-fællnis. v. ge-fillness.

ge-fælsian. l. -fæ-acute;lsian, and add :-- Gefélsode expiavit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 83, 76: 31, 24.

ge-fær. Add :-- On gefere in profectione, Bl. Gl. Oð þára Israhéla bearna gefære of Egyptum, Angl. xi. 9, 8. v. scip-gefær.

ge-fæ-acute;rede larvatos, An. Ox. 2, 405. [For (?) [un-]gefæ[g]rede; v. æ-acute;-fægred.]

ge-fæstan to place. Substitute: ge-fæstan; p. te. I. to make fast, make steadfast, confirm :-- Wé wurðiað þone gefæstan heáp Godes cýðera we honour the steadfast band of God's martyrs, Hml. Th. i. 542, 23. II. to commit, entrust :-- Hé ágæf &l-bar; gefæste ðá ðæ-acute;m londbígencgum locavit vineam agricolis, Mk. L. 12, 1. [Goth. ga-fastan to hold fast: O. H. Ger. ge-festen firmare, comprobare, mancipare.] v. ge-feastian in Dict.

ge-fæstan to fast. Add: (1) in a general sense, to abstain from food :-- Mið ðý gefæste cum jejunasset, Mt. L. 4, 2. Gefaested macilentus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 113, 70. Gefæsted, 55, 59. (2) to fast as discipline, (a) absolute :-- Mið ðý gié gefæstas cum jejunatis, Mt. L. 6, 16. Gefæstað jejunabunt, Lk. L. 5, 35. Gefæsdon jejunabant, Mt. L. 9, 15. Gefaesta jejunare, Lk. L. 5, 34. (b) with cognate accusative :-- Se man þe þis gefæst, Lch. iii. 228, 23. Þá þe Sunnandæges freóls heóldan and heora lencten wel gefæsten, Wlfst. 244, 19. Þæt þú þín lengten rihtlice gehealde and dæghwámlíce tó ánes mæ-acute;les þæt fæsten gefæste, 247, 34. Þæt hí þæt fæsten þe lustlícor gefæstan, 181, 20. Ðæ-acute;re nihte þe hié þæt fæsten gefæst hæfdon, Bl. H. 205, 34. Þonne wyrð gefæst swá fæla fæstena swá bið daga on .vii. geárum. Ll. Th. ii. 286, 26.

ge-fæstlíce; adv. (1) with certainty :-- Ic his nát náht gefæstlíce nihil abs te dictum est quod me scire audeam dicere, Solil. H. 32, 9. (2) firmly, with constancy :-- Gelýf gefæstlíce Gode constanter Deo crede, 53. 12.

ge-fæstnian. Add: I. where motion is prevented, (l) to fix. (a) to make motionless that which can move :-- Hé sealte ýþa gefæstnade, Ps. Th. 77, 15. (b) to place firmly that which can be moved :-- Betwux ús and eów is gefæstnod (gefæstnad firmatum, Lk. L. 16, 26) micel ðrosm, Hml. Th. i. 332, 17. Næs ná þæs stronglic stán gefæstnod, Sat. 517. Weax melteð gif hit byð neáh fýre gefæstnad, Ps. Th. 57, 7. (c) to fasten on or to something (lit. or fig.) :-- Fram eallum þám wítum þe ðú on mínum líce gefæstnodest (hast inflicted), Hml. S. 8, 160. Hé gefæstnode heora fét tó eorðan, Hml. Th. ii. 508, 17. Hié mé on beorg ásetton, gefæstnodon mé (the cross) þæ-acute;r feóndas, Kr. 33. Ðæt hí hiora tóhopan gefæstnigen tó ðæ-acute;m écum gódum ut spem in bonis perennibus figant, Past. 393, 31. Hé lét his líchoman on róde mid næglum gefæstnian, Bl. H. 85, 2. Gefæstnod nodaretur, Wrt. Voc. ii. 62, 12. Wearð hé gefæstnod be þæ-acute;re swíþran handa tó þæ-acute;re bæ-acute;re, 151, 18. Róde gefæstnad, Cri. 1448. Gefæstnodon sceare and cultre mid þæ-acute;re sýl confirmato vomere et cultro aratro, Coll. M. 19, 19. Gefæsnode fixas (turmas quasi radicitus fixas ... immobiles manere fecit, Ald. 52, 6), An. Ox. 3777. (d) to fasten with a bond, fetter :-- Næ-acute;fre hié se feónd feterum gefæstnað, Sal. 70. Ðá ðe racentég gifæstnigað quos catena constringit, Rtl. 40, 23. Hé þé gefæstnode clommum, An. 1380. Hí woldan míne fótas gefæstnian, Ps. Th. 139, 5. Hé ligeð on carcerne clommum gefæstnad, Cri. 735. (2) to imprison :-- Se cyng genam Roger eorl and gefestnode hine (sette on prisun, v. l.), Chr. 1075; P. 211, 14. II. to make firm, establish :-- Wæs getrymed vel gestaþolad vel gefæstnad firmaretur, i. consolidat, Wrt. Voc. ii. 148, 67. (1) to make firm what is constructed :-- Hé gefæstnude foldan staðelas fundavit terram super stabilitatem ejus, Ps. Th. 103, 6. Hé rodor áhóf and gefæstnode folmum sínum, An. 522. Þæt gé eówer hús gefæstnige, Jul. 649. Wæs folde gefæstnad, Jul. 499. (2) to confirm an agreement, a compact, ratify a treaty, an arrangement, &c., establish (friendly) relations :-- Cnut cyngc frið and freóndscipe betweox Denum and Englum fullíce gefæstnode, Ll. Lbmn. 278, 7. Man fullne freóndscipe gefæstnode mid worde and mid wædde, Chr. 1014; P. 145, 11. Hér gefestnode Eádward cyng frið wið Eást-Engla here, 906; P. 95, 1. Hí mid wedde and mid áþum fryþ gefæstnodon, 926; P. 107, 24. Seó geræ-acute;dnys þe míne witan geræ-acute;ddon, and nú mid wedde gefæstnodon, Ll. Th. i. 272, 4. Swá hit gecweden is and mid weddum gefæstnod, 236, 30, 33. Þ-bar; frið þ-bar; ... ealle gecweden habbad and mid áðum gefæstnod (-feost-, v. l.), 152, 4. Hæfdon Eoforwícingas hire geháten, and sume on wedde geseald, sume mid áþum gefæstnod, þ-bar; hí on hyre ræ-acute;denne beón woldon, Chr. 918; P. 105, 24. (3) to confirm the condition of an object, make stable, constant, establish :-- Hé ðeignas gefæstnigeð discipulos confirmat, Mt. p. 16, 6. Gefæstnaðe, Lk. p. 11, 13. Gehýr þis herespel and þínne hyge gefæstna, Sch. 37. Ríce is þín ræ-acute;de gefæstnod, Ps. Th. 144, 13. Þ-bar;te ryhte cynedómas þurh úre folc gefæstnode and getrymede wæ-acute;ron, Ll. Th. i. 102, 9. (4) to settle, determine, fix a plan, course, &c. :-- Þá gefæstnode hé þisne ræ-acute;d wið þæt werod ... Ðá ðá hí ealle hæfdon þisne ræ-acute;d betwux him gefæstnod, Hml. Th. i. 10, 26-29. Hé gewunode on þám gesettum tídum þæs dæges þone ryne his síðfætes gefæstnian, Hml. S. 23 b, 164. (5) to confirm, corroborate a statement :-- Ofer ðone ungeleáffulle wræ-acute;ððo geunia gefæstnað super incredulum iram manere confirmat, Jn. p. 4, 3: Lk. p. 7, 19. Dóm his sóð uoere gefæstnade iudicium suum uerum esse confirmans, Jn. p. 5, 11. Gefæstnade testatur, p. 4, 13. Ágann Landfranc atýwian mid openum gesceáde þ-bar; hé mid rihte crafede ... and mid strangan cwydan þ-bar; ylce gefæstnode, Chr. 1070; P. 206, 14. (6) of steady action :-- Woruldlufe ðe on gedwyldum hwyrftlað, and næ-acute;nne stæpe on Godes wege ne gefæstnað (does not lake one firm step on the road to God), Hml. Th. i. 514, 22. III. to make safe, to secure. (1) to secure against attack, fortify :-- Hé þæt eálond begyrde and gefæstnade mid díce, Bd. 1, 5; Sch. 17, 20. Hí gefæstnadon þ-bar; byrgenn munierunt sepulchrum, Mt. L. 27, 66. Gefeastnodon, p, 20, 3. Gifæstnado mið fultumum munita praesidiis, Rtl. 63, 8. Geofonhúsa mæ-acute;st innan and útan eorðan líme gefæstnod wið flóde, Gen. 1323. Hú gefæstnad sý ferð innanweard, wiðsteall geworht, Jul. 400. Wé on þæ-acute;re wícstówe gesundlíce wícodon, and ic hæfde mid fæstene gefæstnad þ-bar; ús deór ne sceððan meahten, Nar. 21, 31. (2) to prevent encroachment on, to make one's own :-- Tó hwon heólde þú hit þé ánum ... þæt mihte manegum genihtsumian ? unýðe þé wæs þæt þú hit eall ne mihtest gefæstnian ne mid inseglum beclýsan, Wlfst. 259, 20. (3) to commit, entrust. Cf. be-fæstan :-- Gifæstna accommoda, Rtl. 105, 37. Gifæstnia commendet, 63, 1. [O. H. Ger. ge-festinón adfirmare, adstringere, confirmare.] v. ge-festnian in Dict.

ge-fætan. l. -fæ-acute;tan, and add: To lay as a burden, impose :-- Tó hwan wyllað wé on ús álecgan and gefæ-acute;tan þá byrþene þe wé áræfnan ne magon quid nobis onera vultis imponere, quae non possumus portare?, Gr. D. 165, 27. v. fæ-acute;tan.

ge-fætnian. l. -fæ-acute;tnian, and dele 'v. fætnian.'

ge-fættian. Substitute: ge-fæ-acute;ttian; p. ode To become fat or to make fat :-- Offrung rihtwíses gefæ-acute;ttað weófud oblatio justi inpinguat altare, Scint. 166, 12. Gemyndig sié Dryhten ... and onsegdnisse ðíne gefaettie (pinguefiat), Ps. Srt. 19, 4. Gefæ-acute;ttod is incrassatus est, gefæ-acute;ttod inpinguatus (Deut. 32, 15), Ps. L. fol. 192, 15.

ge-fagen. Add: v. ge-feón.

ge-fágod; adj. (ptcpl.) Of varied colour, coloured (of dress) :-- Godweb mid golde gefágod, Bl. H. 113, 20. Mid deórwyrþum reáfum and gefágedum ne beóþ hý gescrýdde pretiosis vel coloratis vestibus non induantur, R. Ben. 137, 8. v. fágian, fágness, fágung.

ge-fáh, gefáhmon. Substitute: ge-fáh; adj. Exposed to the hostility of a slain man's friends because of the murder, at feud :-- Be manslihte ... Gif of þæ-acute;re óðre mæ-acute;gðe hwá wrace dó on æ-acute;nigum óðrum men bútan on þám rihthanddæ-acute;dan, sý hé gefáh wið þone cyning and wið ealle his frýnd, Ll. Th. i. 248, 12. [O. H. Ger. ge-féh feidosus, odiosus.] v. fáh, ge-fá.

ge-fana. Dele.

ge-fandod. Substitute: ge-fandian; p. ode To try. (1) to examine, explore :-- Hé þæt sóna onfand þæt hæfde gumena sum goldes gefandod, heáhgestreóna he soon found that some man had ransacked the treasure, B. 2301. (2) to try whether. Cf. fandian (2) :-- Þæt hié mósten gefandian hweðer hié heora medsélða oferswíþan mehte, Ors. 4, 4; S. 164, 28. (3) to experience, taste. Cf. fandian (4) :-- Sé ðe ús oferdrencð mid ðæs écan lífes liðe, hé gefandode geallan biternesse ðá hine ðyrstte aeterna nos dulcedine inebrians in siti sua fellis amaritudinem accepit, Past. 261, 15. Ðá ðe gefandod habbað ðára flæ-acute;sclicra synna, ðá ðe ðæs nóht ne cunnon peccata carnis experta, eorum expertes, 403, 7. Þonne se án hafað þurh deáðes nýd dæ-acute;da gefondad, B. 2454. v. un-gefandod.

ge-fandung, e; f. Trial :-- On nánre gefandunge (fandunge, v. l.), R. Ben. 107, 9 note.

ge-fang a joint, clamp, v. riht-gefang, and next word.

ge-fangian; p. ode To fasten together with joints or clamps, join together :-- Ic ongeat ðæt ðes middangeard wæs of swíðe manegum and mistlicum ðingum gegaderod, and swíþe fæste tósomne gelímed and gefangod, Bt. 35, 2; F. 156, 35. [Cf. O. H. Ger. -fangón.] v. preceding word.

ge-faran. Add: I. intrans. (1) of motion, (a) to travel, journey :-- Þegen þe mid his æ-acute;rende gefóre tó cinge, Ll. Th. i. 192, 2. Hé walde gefara (exire) in Galiléam, Jn. L. 1, 43. Se feónd þe on þá frécnan fyrd gefaren hæfde, Gen. 689. Húshleów dæ-acute;le man gefarenum, Wlfst. 74, 4. (b) of a military expedition, to march :-- Hé on Ahténe