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GE-HÁTHYRT--GE-HEALDAN 339

ge-háthyrt, ge-háthyrtan. See preceding word.

ge-hatian; pp. od To hate:--Gehatud exosa, An. Ox. 4923.

gehát-land. Add:--Gelæ-acute;ddum his folce tó þám gehátlande perducto ad terram repromissionis populo, Gr. D. 204, 12.

ge-háwian. Add: I. to notice, observe an object:--Æ-acute;lc man ðára þe æágan heft æ-acute;rest háwað þæs ðe hé geseón wolde oð ðone first þe hé hyt geháwað Þonne hé hyt geháwad heaft, ðonne gesyhð hé hit, Solil. H. 27, 7. Þæt ic þé geháwian mæge ut aspiciam te, 11, 18. Ðreó þing sint neódbehéfe ðám eágan élcere sáwle: án is þæt hál sién; óðer þæt heó háwien ðes þe heó geseón wolden; þridde þæt hí magen geseón þæt þæt hí geháwian tria ad animam pertinent, ut sana sit, ut aspiciat, ut videat, 30, 5. II. to notice a circumstance, action, &c.:--Þá þá hí náht ne geháwedon cum illi ex olivis oleum defluere non cernerent, Gr. D. 250, 25.

ge-heád. v. ge-heán.

ge-heáfdod; adj. Having a head:--Geheáfdod hringce Samothracius, Wrt. Voc. i. 40, 60. v. un-geheáfdod.

ge-heald, -hæld. Substitute: ge-heald, es; n. I. observation, marking, noticing:--Ríce Godes ne mið gehald tó cymende regnum Dei non cum obseruatione uenturum, Lk. p. 9, 10. II. the observance of something prescribed, holding, keeping:--Gewrit be gehealde rihtra Eástrana, Bd. 5, 21; Sch. 678, 20. Betwyh gehald (obseruantiam) regollices þeódscipes, 5, 23; Sch. 695, 7. III. a watch, guard:--Sete swæ-acute;se geheald múðe mínum pone custodiam ori meo, Ps. Th. 140, 4. Gehald, Rtl. 179, 9. Giheaeld, 180, 12. IV. protection, shelter:--Ælfgár gesóhte Griffines geheald, Chr. 1055; P. 187, 2. IV a. in a personal sense, a protector, guardian:--Francena kyning and Wyllelm eorl sceoldon beón his geheald, Chr. 1071; P. 206, 23. Þæt mynster beó þám bisceope underþeód, and hé beó þæ-acute;rtó geheald and mund, Cht. Th. 391, 17. [Hwan hit sniuþ . . . Þar in ich habbe god ihold, O. and N. 621.] Cf. ge-hild.

ge-heald; cpve. -healdra, -hildra (-hæld-, -hyld-); adj. Safe. Take here ge-hyldra in Dict., and add:--Þæt him wíslicre and gehaldre (tutius) wæ-acute;re, Bd. 1, 23; Sch. 49, 4. Þæt him gehealdre (gehæ-acute;ledre, v. l.) wæ-acute;re quia satius esset, 2, 5; Sch. 135, 10. On gehældran (gehealdenre, v. l.) stówe, 2, 2; Sch. 120, 13. v. ge-hildelic.

ge-healdan. Add: I. to hold, keep, take care or charge of (1) a person:--Þeódnes bearn sceolde folc gehealdan, B. 911. (2) a flock (lit. or fig.):--Seó heord þe hé tó Godes handa gehealdan sceall, Ll. Th. ii. 312, 26. (3) a thing:--Hé onsende sínra þegna worn . . . þæt him . . . geheólde éðne éðel æfter Ebréum, Dan. 77. Hé sealde his sweord ombihtþegne, and gehealdan hét hildegeatwe, B. 674. Selle hé his wæ-acute;pn and his æ-acute;hta his freóndum tó gehealdanne, Ll. Th. i. 60, 8. Tó gehealdenne recondenda (defruta apothecis), Wrt. Voc. ii. 79, 78. Biþ hit him tógeánes gehealden on þám heofonlican goldhorde, Bl. H. 53, 14. Þæ-acute;r wæ-acute;ron gehealdene heora líc án geár and seofon mónaþ, 193, 13: Bd. 3, 11; Sch. 237, 16. II. to guard, preserve, protect, save (1) a person:--Dryhten gehilt (servabit) his háligra fét, Past. 65, 11. Heora earmas hý ne geheóldon brachium eorum non salvabit eos, Ps. Th. 43, 4. Gehealde þé Drihten Dominus custodit te, 120, 5: Ll. Th. i. 424, 26: Bl. H. 135, 26. Wela þe ne mæg hine selfne gehealdan ne his hláford potentia quae ne ad conservationem sui satis efficax invenitur, Bt. 29, 1; F. 102, 15. Heó lufode þeóstro for hire synnum and heó wæs á þéh gehealden fram hire synnum, Bl. H. 147, 26. Swá hwá swá wile gehealden beón quicumque vult salvus esse, Ath. Crd. 1. Hí beóþ þonne wiþ God gehealdene they will be safe as regards God, Bl. H. 49, 11. (2) a thing or place:--Hafa nú and geheald húsa sélest, B. 658. Gehealdenum salua (lintre), An. Ox. 640. Gehealdenre myrcelse saluo signaculo, 4033. On gehealdenre stówe in tutiore loco, Bd. 2, 2; Sch. 120, 14. His bán þæ-acute;r nú gehaldene syndon (seruantur), 3, 11; Sch. 235, 18. (2 a) the object non-material:--Strengðe gehealdam, Solil. H. 37, 10. Gehealdenre clæ-acute;nnysse, Hml. A. 19, 125. II a. to guard against, protect from:--Hé hí wið feóndum geheóld protector eorum est, Ps. Th. 113, 18: B. 3003. Þé gehealde Drihten wyð yfela gehwám custodiat animam tuam Dominus, Ps. Th. 120, 6. Gif hí hí sylfe willon wiþ Godes erre gehealdan, Bl. H. 47, 26. III. to hold, keep from getting away, detain:--Hwæt wæ-acute;ron þá wýf . . . for hwylcon þyngon ne geheólde gé hig?, Nic. 7, 33. Forfóh þone frætgan and fæste geheald, Jul. 284. Gehealde hé his gefán .vii. niht inne, Ll. Th. i. 90, 5, 7. Gif hé self his wæ-acute;pno his gefán út ræ-acute;can wille, gehealden hí hine .xxx. nihta, 64, 18. Alle sóðfæste ðá ðe ðér on styde gihalden wæs (detinebantur), Rtl. 101, 20. IV. to hold, support with the hand:--Mimming gehealdan, Val. 1, 4. IV a. fig. to support, maintain, uphold:--Gyf hwá riht forbúge and út hleápe, forgylde þ-bar; ángylde sé þe hine tó ðám hearme geheóld (cf. qui aliquem manu tenebit et firmabit ad dampnum faciendum, 252, 26), Ll. Th. i. 260, 8. V. to have as one's own, be in possession of, have the enjoyment or use of:--Sé þe Waldendes hyldo gehealdeð, B. 2293. Ríce hé geheóld fíftig wintru, 2208: Sat. 347. Ne geeódon úre foregengan ná ðás eorðan mid sweorda ecgum, ne hý mid þý ne geheóldon non in gladio suo possidebunt terram, Ps. Th. 43, 4. Welan þicgan . . . forð gehealdan, Vy. 63. VI. to keep, retain, not to lose:--Wiþ þám ðe hé þone welan begite and gehealde, Bt. 33, 2; F. 124, 2. Beþearf æ-acute;lc mon fultumes . . . þ-bar; hé mæge gehealdan his welan, 26, 2; F. 92, 20: 33, 2; F. 124, 6. In fæ-acute;gum feorg gehealdan, Gú. 1031: B. 2856. Hé carað þæt his feoh gehealden sý, Hml. Th. i. 66, 10. Bið sum corn sæ-acute;des gehealden on þæ-acute;re sáwle sóðfæstnesse, Met. 22, 37. VI a. to retain in the mind, remember:--Gehýr gyt sum bigspell, and geheald þá wel þe ic þé æ-acute;r sæ-acute;de, Bt. 37, 3; F. 190, 21. Is þín gemind swá mihtig þæt hit mage eall gehealdan (-en, MS.) þæt þú geðencst, Solil. H. 4, 1. VI b. with complement, to keep in a specified place or condition:--Seó geheóld conseruauit (virginitatis stolam inviolabilem), An. Ox. 4385. Þat þú mýnne lýcuman gehealde hálne, Solil. H. 13, 17. Geheólde, Jul. 31. Ðeáh hí ðæt gód hira gecynde gehál nolden gehealdan si accepta naturae bona integra servare noluerunt, Past. 403, 19: Cri. 300. Þú hæfst git gesund gehealden eall, Bt. 10; F. 28, 9: Ph. 45. Hwí is Enoh swá lange cucu gehealden quare Enoc tanto tempore servabatur a morte?, Angl. vii. 10, 85. VI c. to hold, oblige to adhere to:--Finde him æ-acute;lc man þ-bar; hé borh hæbbe, and se borh hine þonne tó æ-acute;lcon rihte gelæ-acute;de and gehealde, Ll. Th. i. 268, 8: 280, 8: 386, 25. VI d. reflex. to conduct oneself:--Æ-acute;lc wydewe þe hí sylfe mid rihte gehealde, Ll. Th. i. 310, 1. VII. to keep in existence or operation, maintain a quality, state, &c., exercise an action:--Þá hwíle þe Agustus þá eáðmétto wiþ God geheóld þe hé angunnen hæfde, Ors. 6, 1; S. 254, 7. Hiora þegnunga and geférscipe fæste gehealdan, Met. 11, 47. VIII. to keep inviolate, observe a law, faith, &c.:--Sé byð gesæ-acute;lig þe þone dóm gehylt, Ll. Th. i. 370, 27. Gif wé hit þus gehealdað, 242, 11. Gif gé gehealdað hálige láre, Exod. 560. Ic þæt á geheóld þæt ic þíne bebodu geheólde, Ps. Th. 118, 100. Hé fulwihte onféng and þæt forð geheóld, El. 192. Gé geheóldon þæt eów se hálga beád, An. 346. Þæt hié heora fulwihthádas gehealdan, Bl. H. 109, 26. Þæt hí Godes æ-acute;we on riht geheóldan, 45, 26. Æ-acute;gðer ge tó gehérenne ge tó gehealdanne, Bt. 22, 1; F. 76, 21. Æt fruman wæs gehealden seó gecyndelice æ-acute; in hominibus primus lex bonae naturae servabatur, Angl. vii. 8, 69. Úre frið is wyrse gehealden þonne mé lyste, Ll. Th. i. 220, 3: 250, 7. Þ-bar; symble mid eów gehealden sý þe gé tó friðes bóte gecoren hæfdon, 278, 2. Ealles folces æ-acute;w and dómas þus sién gehealdene, 102, 16. IX. to hold back, restrain from action:--Gif hrýðera hwelc sié þe hegas brece and gá in gehwæ-acute;r, and sé hit nolde gehealdan, sé þe hit áge, Ll. Th. i. 128, 13. Beón ealle fæstende and fram heora wífe gehealdene, 226, 20. IX a. reflex. to restrain oneself from (wið dat. acc.), refrain:--Monige bióð ðára ðe hié gehealdað wið unryhthæ-acute;med multi sunt qui scelera carnis deserunt, Past. 399, 7. Ðá ðe hí gehealdað wið ðá lytlan scylda qui minimas cavent noxas, 437, 2. Hé hine wið eallum þæ-acute;m heálicum synnum geheóld, Bl. H. 213, 5. Hí wénað ðæt hí of hira æ-acute;gnum mægene hí hæbben gehealden wið ðá lytlan scylda. Past. 439, 13. X. to keep within bounds, prevent excess; gehealden modest; continent, chaste:--Mid þám wunode án mæ-acute;den mæ-acute;rlíce drohtnigende geond feówertig geára fec fægre gehealden, Hml. S. 3, 469. Hyge sceal gehealden, hond gewealden, Gn. Ex. 122. XI. to content, satisfy, pay:--Hé of his ágenum þone gehealde þe þ-bar; orf áge, Ll. Th. i. 354, 8. Gehealde man of mínan golde Ælfríc and Godwine æt swá myclan swá mín bróðer wát ðæt ic heom mid rihte tó geuldende áh, C. D. iii. 363, 26. Án pund penega hé læ-acute;nde Túne and his geswysternon; gehealdon hí hine, Cht. Crw. 23, 21. Wénstú, gif hwá óðrum hwæt gieldan sceal, hwæðer hé hine mid ðý gehealdan mæge ðæt hé him náuht máre on ne nime, ne ðæt ne gielde ðæt hé æ-acute;r nam nec debitor absolutus est, quia alia non multiplicat, nisi et illa, quae ligaverat, solvat, Past. 425, 2. Ðæ-acute;re gehealdnan contente, Wrt. Voc. ii. 79, 41. XI a. gehealden on satisfied with, not desiring more than (v. ge-healden in Dict.):--Beó lá nú on þysum gehealden, Hml. S. 23b, 384. Seó gítsung ne cann gemet, ne næ-acute;fre ne biþ gehealden on þæ-acute;re nídþearfe, ac wilnaþ simle máran þonne hé þurfe avaritiae nihil satis est, Bt. 26, 2; F. 94, 6. Þ-bar; hé þone áð funde . . . þe se onspeca on gehealden wæ-acute;re, Ll. Th. i. 158, 20. Þá dyde hió swá hió dorste áþe gebiorgan. Þá næs hé þá gyt on þám gehealden, bútan hió sceolde swerian þ-bar; his æ-acute;hta þæ-acute;r ealle wæ-acute;ron, Cht. Th. 290, 2. Ðá hæ-acute;þenan noldon beón gehealdene on swá feáwum godum, Wlfst. 105, 32. Se apostol manode ðá medeman þæt hí beón gehealdene on heora bigleofan and scúde (habentes alimenta, et quibus tegamur, his contenti sumus, 1 Tim. 6, 8), Hml. Th. ii. 328, 14: Bl. H. 185, 17. XII. to withhold from present use, reserve, lay up:--Úre Drihten længest geheóld Philistéas Dominus Philisthaeos diutius reservavit, Gr. D. 204, 10. Ðá ongeat Martinus þæt Drihten him þone þearfan geheóld, þæt hé him miltsian sceolde, Bl. H. 215, 1. Se wurðmynt wæs þises dæges mæ-acute;rðe gehealden, Hml. Th. i. 36, 18. Bið gehealden custoditur (justo substantia peccatoris), Kent. Gl. 465. XIII. to hide, not to divulge, keep a secret:--Hé geheóld and gehæl þá deógolnysse mid him, Gr. D. 98, 20. XIV. to hold a faith, opinion, &c., accept as true:--Þis is se rihta geleáfa þe æ-acute;ghwylcum men gebyreð þ-bar; hé wel gehealde and gelæ-acute;ste, Bl. H. 111, 13. XV. to keep in proper order:--Ne mæg hé bútan þisum þás tól gehealdan, Bt. 17; F. 60, 6. XVI. to provide for