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GE-GANG--GE-GEÓTAN 333

hæfdon, B. 2630. Þá hí swá feor gegán hæfdon swá hí þá woldon, Chr. 1010; P. 141, 7. Tósomne gegánre coeunte, conglutinato, An. Ox. 48, 4. (3) of time, to get to a specified point:--Oð ðæt wintra rím gegæ-acute;ð in þá geoguðe, Gú. 470. (3 a) to come, arrive:--Oð þæt seó tíd cymeð, gegæ-acute;ð geárrímum, þæt þá leomu geloden weorðað, Vy. 5. (4) to get to a stage, come to a specified point:--Gif hit þonne tó bóte gegá, Ll. Th. i. 340, 16: 360, 3. III. to get something done. (1) to do, perform:--Hé hit eall his fótum geeóde he did all his travelling on foot; pedum incessu vectus, Bd. 3, 5; S. 203, 5. Eall þæt ic æ-acute;fre tó unnytte . . . mid hondum gefénge oððe fótum geeóde (all that I have gone and done), Angl. xi. 98, 44: 101, 46. Ic þíne bebodu wolde gegán, Ps. Th. 118, 40. (Cf. v. 78.) (2) to bring about a result by walking:--Oððe hé gegæ-acute;ð on þám dæge þæt hé sý wérig or he gets on that day tired with walking, Wlfst. 212, 29. IV. to act upon by going, used of a plough in movement which is thus preparing the land for cultivation:--Áríse seó æcerteóðung á be þám þe seó sulh þone teóðan æcer æ-acute;r geeóde, Wlfst. 310, 25. Á swá seó sulh þone teóðan æcer gegá even as the tenth acre is ploughed, Ll. Th. i. 342, 11: Wlfst. 208, 6 note. v. fore-, full-gegán.

ge-gang, es; m. Chance, hap, event:--Gegong casus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 21, 66. Gegang eventus, 30, 40. Wyrde oððe gegonges fati, 33, 65. Be wyrde oððe geionge de fatu, 27, 60. Gegong casum, 22, 9. Gegongum casibus, 19, 63: 94, 79. v. winter-gegang.

ge-gangan. Add: A. of movement. I. movement irrespective of the point of departure or destination. (1) to go on foot, walk:--Gif huoelc gegeongað (ambulauerit) on næht, Jn. L. 11, 10. (2) of an event, to happen, come to pass:--Gif þæt gegangeð, þæt þé gár nimeð, B. 1846. Hú gegangeð þæt góde oððe yfle?, Sal. 362. II. where movement from a place is the primary notion, to depart:--Gegangende cesuram, Wrt. Voc. ii. 14, 18. Gegandende, 103, 59. III. where the prominent notion is that of direction or destination. (1) of self-originated motion or action. (a) to proceed to a place or person, go into a place:--Þeáh ic on mínes húses hyld gegange, Ps. Th. 131, 3. Gif in lond ðú gegonges su in uicum introieris, Mk. 8, 26. Tó hwon wé gigonge (gegeonge, L.) ad quem ibimus?, Jn. R. 6, 68. Gegeonga in bergum ire in porcos, Mk. p. 3, 6: Mk. L. 9, 43. (b) where the purpose of going (to a place) is indicated by a substantive (with ) denoting or implying an action to be performed:--Tó rúne gegangan, Jud. 54. Hié tó húsle gegangen hæfdon, Bl. H. 209, 6. (2) of passive movement (lit. or fig.). (a) to be allotted to a person:--Him tó móse sceal gegangan geára gehwylce þriá þreóténo þúsend gerímes, Sal. 288. (b) to happen to a person (dat.), befall:--Gegangeð þám mannum . . . þæt heó ealle forbeornað, Wlfst. 206, 30: Vy. 10, 1. Þ-bar; þæ-acute;m biscopum . . . gelíce gegange þæ-acute;m biscope þe Paulus geseah, Bl. H. 45, 4. Þá wæs gegongen guman . . . þ-bar; hé geseah . . ., B. 2821. (c) to contribute to a result:--Þ-bar; him þ-bar; gód móte tó écum médum gegangan, Bl. H. 101, 18. B. with the idea of attainment, to get by going. I. to get by force:--Sé þe hine gefó and gegange he that seizes and secures him, Ll. Th. i. 42, 17. Wé witan óþer ígland . . . wé eów fultumiað þ-bar; gé hit magon gegangan, Chr. P. p. 3, 13. Ne sceole gé swá sófte sinc gegangan, By. 59. II. to get to a position or point. (1) to get to a person, get into the protection or power of a person:--Þæt hé Gode gegange (cf. ge-gán; B. II. 1), Lch. iii. 442, 7. (2) local, to get to or at a place or position:--Of hwylcere wísan þám móde hit gegange þæs slæ-acute;pendan, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 94, 4. Gegangendo coituras, Wrt. Voc. ii. 15, 11: 104, 81. Gegangende, 136, 42. (3) of time, to come, arrive (cf. ge-gán; B. II. 3 a):--His aldres wæs ende gegongen, B. 822. Wæs endedæg gódum gegongen, 3036. III. to act upon by going (cf. ge-gán; IV):--Swá hit seó sulh gegange, Ll. Th. i. 262, 9. [Goth. ga-gaggan: O. Sax. O. H. Ger. gi-gangan.?

ge-gearcian. Add: I. to make ready. (1) to prepare a thing for use:--Ic gegearcode míne gód, Hml. Th. i. 522, 6. Þæ-acute;ra hálgena síðfæt is gegearcod iter sanctorum preparata est, Hml. S. 2, 62: Hml. Th. i. 362, 12. (2) of ships, to equip:--Þ-bar; scip Swegen eorl hæfde him silfum æ-acute;r gegearcod and gemetsod, Chr. 1052; P. 176, 12. (3) to prepare for doing or suffering:--Hí hí sylfe gegearcodon mid wíge him tógeánes, Hml. A. 104, 77. (3 a) where the purpose of preparation is given:--Hé gearcað úrne gódan willan tó fultumigenne, and hé fylst ðám willan gegearcodne he prepares our good will to be helped, and he helps that will when it is prepared, Hml. Th. ii. 84, 15. II. to furnish, provide, supply:--Hé þé líf gegearcað uitam tibi prestet, Hml. S. 24, 123. Gegearcode prebuit, Germ. 400, 508. Þæt seó sæ-acute; seofon dagas drígne grund þám folce gegearcige, þæt hí his líchaman gesécan magon. Þæt belimpð tó lofe úres Hæ-acute;lendes, sé ðe his cýðere ðá árwurðan byrgene gegearcode, Hml. Th. i. 564, 23-28. Gegearcod exhibita, praeparata, Wrt. Voc. ii. 145, 7. Eallum þæslic wurðmenð sí gegearcod omnibus congruus honor exibeatur, R. Ben. I. 87, 15. Þá cyrican þe hí him gegearcod hæfdon, hé hét hálgian, Chr. 995; P. 128, 37.

ge-gearwian. Add: I. absolute, to make ready:--Hé eów betæ-acute;cð mycele healle gedæfte, gegearwiað (gegearuað, L., gegeorwigað, R.) ðára, Lk. 22, 8. II. to make ready something for use, enjoyment, &c.:--Næ-acute;fre þú wíta þæs fela gegearwast, Jul. 177. Þíne hæ-acute;le þú geearwodest (gigeorwades, R.), Lk. 2, 31. Þæt hé him stówe gegearwade þæt hé restan mihte ut sibi locum quiescendi praepararet, Bd. 4, 24; Sch. 489, 7. Gegearnadon (-georwadan, R.) wyrta gemong, Lk. R. 23, 56. Gegearawa prepara, Kent. Gl. 939. Gegearwiað Drihtnes weg parate viam Domini, Mt. 3, 3. Þá mæ-acute;rða þe God hæfð gegearwod þám þe his willan gewyrcað, Wlfst. 167, 9. ¶ where the purpose for which preparation is made is given:--Þone sélestan dæ-acute;l hiora góda gegearod tó heora geblóte, Ors. 6, 21; S. 272, 25. II a. of food, meals, &c.:--Gé eów gemæ-acute;nelice gebeórscipas gegearwiað, Hml. A. 145, 43. Ic gegearwode (geiarwad, R.) míne, feorme, Mt. 22, 4. Hig gegearwodon him Eásterþénunga, 26, 19. Æ-acute;r se mete gegearwod wæ-acute;re, Ors. 1, 7; S. 36, 28. III. to bring to completion, make, form:--Ðá hé gegearwade quando praeparabit (coelos), Kent. Gl. 269. Þ-bar;te wísfæst folc Críste gigearwade ut perfectam plebem Christo prepararet, Rtl. 76, 17. Fulfremed folc gegearwian (gigeorwiga, R.), Lk. 1, 17. Tó þon þ-bar; hé sceolde gegearwian and fulfremman þone wáh ut parietem perficeret, Gr. D. 126, 2. Is gegearwod paratur (in imbri vehementi fames), Kent. Gl. 1043. III a. to bring to be of a certain character:--Heó efenwyrðe hí on eallum þingum þám bysceope gegearwade condignam se in omnibus episcopo praebuit, Bd. 4, 6; Sch. 384, 6. III b. to establish procedure:--Þú gegearwadest þæt þú recene, God, rihte beeódest thou dost establish equity; tu parasti equitatem, Ps. Th. 98, 4. IV. to dress, equip, arm:--Gegearuas vestit, Mt. L. 6, 30. Ðá cempo gegearwodon hine mið fellereáde hrægle milites induunt eum purpura, Mk. L. 15, 17, 20. Ne Salomon suá gegearued wæs (coopertus est), Mt. L. 6, 29. Gæst gegearwd (cf. un-gegearwod), Gú. 662. Wæ-acute;ron secgas sóna gegearwod wæ-acute;pnum tó wigge, El. 47. IV a. of the trappings of a horse:--Hors is gegearwad equus paratur (ad diem belli), Kent. Gl. 807. V. to provide, procure, furnish:--Weolan gegearwað divitias parat (manus fortium), Kent. Gl. 321. Gegearwiað praeparant (misericordia et veritas bona), 492. Hwæs beóð þá ðing þe ðú gegearwudest whose shall those things be, which thou hast provided?, Lk. 12, 20. Hé lífes bysene on him sylfum gegearowode exemplum uiuendi exhibens, Bd. 4, 23; Sch. 470, 21. Þára góda brúcan þe Engle gewunnan and gegearwedon, 4, 4; Sch. 369, 14. Gegearwiende exibentes, Wrt. Voc. ii. 33, 19. Sý him eallum þæslic wyrðment gegearwod omnibus congruus honor exibeatur, R. Ben. 81, 21. Gegearewod, 83, 17. Gegearwedum adibitis, 3, 32. Nis æ-acute;nig monna móde þæs cræftig þæt hí (cræftas) ánum ealle weorðen gegearwade, Crä. 100. VI. to do, perform:--Þá rihtwísan men gegearwiað þá wundru miracula exhibent, Gr. D. 161, 26. Is cúð þæt hwílum þás wundru hí dóð (gegearwiað, v. l.) of heora mihte, hwilum eác gegearwiað of heora béne constat quod aliquando haec ex potestate, aliquando vero exhibent ex postulatione, 162, 5. Þis wundor gedón and gegearwian hoc miraculam exhibere, 166, 18. Án lufu is þe þú miht mé gegearwian there is one kindness that you may do me; unum est quod mihi impendere beneficium potes, 182, 6. Hié sculon ládteówdóm geearwian, Past. 138, 17. VII. to make easy to do:--Mé þæt mægen þe æ-acute;r þæs inganges duru bewerede æfter þan þone ingang þæs síðfætes gegearwode, Hml. S. 23 b, 464. v. un-gegearwod.

ge-gearwung. Add: I. preparation:--Þá wæs se dæg parasceue, þ-bar; is gegearwunge (-earwunge, v. l.), Lk. 23, 54. II. doing, working. Cf. ge-gearwian; VI, V:--Tó gegearwunga his ad operationem suam, Bl. Gl. For gegearwunge þæ-acute;re sóðan lufe pro caritatis exhibitione, Gr. D. 39, 22.

ge-gearwungness. Either ge-gearwung or (?) ge-gearwness (cf. hirwness for form) should be read. In l. 2 for praeparatio substitute praeparationem.

ge-gegnian. Add:--Sóðfæstnis gigegnað him suoelce móder árwyrðe justitia obviabit illi quasi mater honorificata, Rtl. 45, 23. [Cf. O. H. Ger. gaganen obviare, occurrere: Icel. gegna to meet, encounter.]

ge-geháwian. v. ge-háwian: ge-gehold. v. ge-healdan: ge-géman. v. ge-gíman: gegendan ?:--Ðá gegendan (gengendan ?) arsantes, Wrt. Voc. ii. 9, 51.

ge-geng, e; f. A body of fellow-travellers, a company:--Seó sæ-acute; ádrencte Pharaonem and ealle his gegenge . . . Críst deófol silfne besencte and ealle his gegenge, Btwk. 196, 4, 8. v. ge-genge; n.

ge-genga, an; m. A fellow-traveller, companion:--Gegenga conviator, Wrt. Voc. ii. 135, 71. Gegenta pedissequis, conviator, Txts. 114, 85. Þæt éce fýr wæs deófle gegearwod and his gegengum (-gencgum, -gængum, geférum, v. ll.) eallum, Wlfst. 184, 18.

ge-genge, es; n. A company:--Hé þæne þeódfeónd on helle grund besenceð mid eallum þám gegenge þe him æ-acute;r fyligde, Wlfst. 86, 21. Hé wæs on ðám gegæncge þár man Críst bænde, Ll. Th. ii. 386, 23. v. ge-geng; f.

ge-genge; adj. Convenient, suitable, agreeable:--Unc wearð God yrre for þon wit him noldon hnígan mid heáfdum . . .: ac unc gegenge ne wæs þæt wit him on þegnscipe þeówian wolden, Gen. 743.

ge-gengedness. v. æfter-gegengedness.

ge-geótan. Add: I. to pour a liquid:--Yfel wæ-acute;te bið gegoten on