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GE-HNÆ-acute;STAN -- GE-HREÓSAN 345

g&a-long;st, folc wæs geh[n]æ-long;ged, Exod. 169. [Goth. ga-hnaiwjan to humble: O. H. Ger. ge-hneigen inclinore, subjugare.]

ge-hnæ-long;stan; p. te To come into conflict with, contend :-- S&e-long; þe mec f&e-long;h&d-bar; ongeán and wi&d-bar; mægenþisan m&i-long;nre genæ-long;ste&d-bar;, Rä. 28, 10. v. ge-hnæ-long;st.

ge-hnesctun. Substitute: ge-hnescan, -hnescian; p. -hnescte, -hnescode To make nesh. I. in a physical sense. (1) to soften hard material :-- þ-bar; hearde hyt gel&i-long;&d-bar;iga&d-bar; and gehnesceaþ. Lch. i. 368, 2. Gehnescige mon mid þ&y-long; þ-bar; forsetene yfel . . . h&e-long; þone forheardodan swile gehnesce . . . wir&d-bar; se swile sw&a-long; heard sw&a-long; st&a-long;n, and ne mæg hine mon gehnescian, ii. 212, 15-22. H&u-long; mon mæg gehnescan þ&a-long; heardnesse, 168, 8. Oþ þ-bar; &d-bar;&a-long; corn þurh &d-bar;one wæ-long;tan gehnehsode s&y-long;n, i. 92, 14. Wurdon þ&a-long; gyrda gehnexode swilce hit fæ&d-bar;era wæ-long;ron, Hml. S. 35, 190. (I a) figurative :-- Ðæ-long;r wæ-long;ron gehnescode hiera breóst . . . beó&d-bar; hira breóst gehnescod ibi subacta sunt ubera earum . . . ubera subiguntur, Past. 403, 34-405, 2. (2) to alleviate, relieve pain :-- Oft hearda wunda beó&d-bar; mid l&i-long;&d-bar;um be&d-bar;engum gehnescode and gehæ-long;lede plerumque dura vulnera per lenia fomenta mollescunt, Past. 183, 21. II. to make gentle or tender. (1) of persons :-- Genehxa þ&a-long; heardheortnysse m&i-long;nre þæ-long;re stæ-long;nenan heortan, Angl. xii. 500, 14. Ðæt mon &d-bar;&a-long; heardan heortan gehnescige, Past. 154, 3. (2) of speech :-- Gehnistun word heora mollierunt sermones suos, Ps. Srt. 54, 22. Genexode synt his spræ-long;cu molliti sunt sermones eius, Ps. L. 54, 22. III. to weaken, enfeeble, (i) to relax the vigour of :-- Ðonne mon læ-long;t t&o-long;sl&u-long;pan &d-bar;one ege and &d-bar;&a-long; l&a-long;re su&i-long;&d-bar;ur &d-bar;onne hit &d-bar;earf sié for w&a-long;cm&o-long;dnesse, &d-bar;onne wier&d-bar; gehnescad &d-bar;onone sió ðreánng &d-bar;æs anwaldes, Past. 289, 3. (a) to cause to be yielding (cf. hnesce t&o-long; lustum, Hml. Th. ii. 220, 4) :-- Ðing &d-bar;e heora hl&a-long;ford þurh oferfl&o-long;wednysse t&o-long; unlustum gehnexa&d-bar;, Hml. Th. ii. 92, 19. O&d-bar;re mid lyffetungum t&o-long; leahtrum gehnexian, Hml. S. 16, 174.

ge-hn&i-long;gan. Add: [O. Sax. gi-hn&i-long;gan to bend, bow: O. H. Ger. ge-hnigan.]

ge-hnigian to cause to bend; reflex, to bow :-- Ne geþr&i-long;stlæ-long;ce h&e-long; þ-bar; h&e-long; hine t&o-long; Godes weófode gehnigie non audeat se ad altars Dei inclinare, Ll. Th. ii. 176, 3.

ge-hnycned drawn (?), pinched (?) :-- &E-long;þung bi&d-bar; s&a-long;rlic, gehnycned neb, Lch. ii. 258, 17. [Cf. (?) Icel. hnykkja to pull.]

ge-hnyscan. Add:-- On þone þe se st&a-long;n falleþ, gehnyscet (conteret) hine.

ge-hnystan (?) to afflict :-- Se gehnysta g&a-long;st, hiorte gecl&a-long;nsod and geeádm&e-long;ded spiritus contribulatus, cor contritum et humiliatum, Ps. C. 127. Cf. hnossian. [But gehnyst might belong to ge-hnyscan. Ci. ge-hnistun under ge-hnescan; V. 2.]

ge-hnyst. See preceding word.

ge-hoferod. Add :-- Wæs sum earm ceorl egesl&i-long;ce gehoferod, and &d-bar;earle geb&i-long;ged þnrh &d-bar;one br&a-long;dan hofor, Hml. S. 21, 95.

ge-h&o-long;fod; adj. Hoofed, having a hoof :-- Þ&a-long; þe synd geh&o-long;fode on horses gel&i-long;cnysse wæ-long;ron unclæ-long;ne, Hml. S. 25, 44.

ge-hogian; p. ode; pp. od. I. to resolve, determine, (1) with infin. :-- Þu-long; gehogodest sæcce s&e-long;cean ofer sealt wæter, B. 1988. (2) with clause :-- Hæfde h&e-long; gehogod, þæt h&e-long; gedæ-long;de, sw&a-long; hine Drihten h&e-long;t, Gen. 2892. (3) with pronoun and clause in apposition :-- Þ&a-long; ic æ-long;rest hyt gehogede, þæt ic hine t&o-long; sw&i-long;þe ne lufige, Solil. H. 35, 14. H&e-long; þæt on his m&o-long;de gehogode (-hogod, v. l.) and geteód hæfde (decreuerat), þæt he wolde his þeóde ford&o-long;n, Bd. 3, 24; Sch. 307, 6. G&e-long; þæt gehogodon, þæt g&e-long; on f&a-long;ra folc feorh gelæ-long;ddon, An. 429. (3 a) with pron. , relative clause, and clause in apposition :-- Ð&a-long; þæt gehogode M&e-long;da aldor, þæt æ-long;r man ne ongan, þæt h&e-long; Babilone &a-long;brecan wolde, Dan. 687. II. to look for, hope for :-- Israh&e-long;la h&u-long;s on Drihten helpe gehogedan Domus Israel speravit in Domino, Ps. Th. 113, 18. III. to conceive :-- Beón gehoged conici, i. intelligi, An. Ox. 2688. v. ge-hycgan.

ge-hogod; adj. Having (such and such) thoughts :-- Gefeorma m&i-long;ne s&a-long;wle, fæder moncynnes, hædre gehogode (having anxious thoughts) hæ-long;l. &e-long;ce God . . . Ic ymb s&a-long;wle eom forht, Hy. 4, 62. Cf. ge-hugod.

ge-hola. Add :-- W&e-long; beó&d-bar; þ&i-long;ne geholan, and ealne wæg þ&i-long;ne mid-sprecan, ne w&e-long; nella&d-bar; &d-bar;&e-long; &a-long;meldian, achit eall stillelæ-long;tan, Hml. S. 23, 590.

ge-holian; p. ode To get :-- Ðætte &d-bar;onne hié w&e-long;nen &d-bar;æt hié &d-bar;one gilp and &d-bar;æt lof begieten hæbben &d-bar;æt hié æ-long;r wilnodon, &d-bar;æt hié &d-bar;onne hæbben mid &d-bar;&y-long; scame geholode ut unde adepta gloria creditur, inde utilis subsequatur confusio. Past. 209, 19. [O. H. Ger. ge-hol&o-long;n, -hal&o-long;n adipisci, obtinere. O. Sax. gi-hal&o-long;n to gain, obtain.]

ge-holian; p. ode To hollow out :-- Geholedum (gescafenum) telgrum cauatis corticibus, An. Ox. 255: II, 15: deasceato, i. dolato, Germ. 395, 381. [O. L. Ger. ge-[h]olade exesa (antra): O. H. Ger. ge-hol&o-long;t cauatus.]

ge-h&o-long;n, -hongian. Substitute: ge-h&o-long;n to hang (trans. ). I. to fasten to an object above :-- Genim þ&a-long;s wyrte, and geh&o-long;h h&y-long; t&o-long; &d-bar;æ-long;re h&y-long;fe, Lch. i. 98, i. II. to fasten to a cross, crucify :-- Geh&e-long;ngon hine crucifixerunt eum, Mt. L. 27, 36. þ-bar;te hiá geh&e-long;ngon &l-bar; mæhton &a-long;h&o-long;a hine, Mk. L. 15, 20. Mæhte ic hafo geh&o-long;a &d-bar;ec &l-bar; &d-bar;ec t&o-long; h&o-long;anne, Jn. L. 19, ID. þ-bar;te h&e-long; s&e-long; geh&o-long;en &l-bar; &a-long;hongen, Mt. L. 26, 2 : Mk. L. 15, 15. III. to hang with, decorate with that which is suspended :-- Wudu bi&d-bar; bl&e-long;dum gehongen lucus frondis honore viret, Ph. 38. Sindon thorn&a-long; bearwas bl&e-long;dum gehongene, wlitigum waestmum genus arboreum tracero stipite surgens, 71.

ge-hopian; p. ode To hope :-- Ic gehopige on hine sperabo in eum, Ps. L. 90, 2. Gehopud speratus, Scint. 27, 14 : 172, I.

ge-hopp, es; n. A little bag, a seed-vessel of a plant, a pod. Cf. codd :-- Gehopp folliculum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 36, 40. [Cf. N. E. D. hoppe the seed-vessel of flax.] v. hoppe.

ge-horian, ge-hornian. v. ge-horwian : ge-hornung. Dele.

ge-horsod (ge-horsian). Add; I. provided with or possessed of a horse :-- H&e-long; sceal beón gehorsad þ-bar; h&e-long; mæge t&o-long; hl&a-long;fordes seáme þ-bar; syllan equum habeat quem ad summagium domini sui prestare possit, Ll. Th. i. 436, 6. H&e-long; sceal beón gehorsad t&o-long; hl&a-long;fordes neóde equum habeat in opus domini sui, 436, 18. II. mounted (of cavalry) :-- On his f&e-long;&d-bar;ehere wæ-long;ron XXXN M. and þæs gehorsedan f&i-long;fte healf M. Ors. 3, 9; S. 124, 12. XM gehorsedra and eahtatig M f&e-long;þena. S. 126, 3 : 3, 10; S. 138, 17. Hundteóntig þ&u-long;senda gangendra manna and tw&e-long;ntig þ&u-long;senda gehorsedra manna, Hml. S. 25, 557. þ-bar; æ-long;lc man hæbbe æt þæ-long;re syhl .II. wel gehorsede men omnis homo habeat duos homines cum bonis equis de omni caruca, Ll. Th. i. 208, 13.

ge-horwian, -horgian, -horian; p. ode. I. to defile. (1) with material filth, to spit upon :-- Ongunnun summe efne-gespitta &l-bar; gehorogæ (conspuere) hine. Mk. L. 14, 65. Gehoræd bi&d-bar; (conspuetur), Lk. L. 18, 32. [Cf. G&e-long; mid horu speówdon on his andwlitan, El. 297.] (2) with moral impurity :-- G&a-long;lnyss gehorwigende libido sordidans, Hy. S. 5, 5. Gif g&e-long; mid synnum gehorgode beó&d-bar;, Nap. 30. II. to disgrace, treat shamefully :-- Ðene hiá mi&d-bar; sceofmum (scomum, R.) miclum gehoruadon (Skeat prints gehornadon, but Cook in his Glossary to the Durham Book gives gehoruadon) illum contumeliis affecerunt, Mk. L. 12, 4. v. horh, horu.

ge-hradian. Substitute: I. trans, (i) to cause a thing to be done rapidly :-- H&e-long; s&o-long;na getimbrian h&e-long;t mæ-long;rlic mynster on þreóra geára fæce. þ-bar;æt wile þincan ungeleáflic eallum þæ-long;m þe þ&a-long; st&o-long;we on uferum t&i-long;dum geseó&d-bar; and þis ne gemunaþ. H&e-long; thorn-bar; ilce mynster þus gehradod h&e-long;t SUNCERTAIN Marian geh&a-long;lgian, Lch. iii. 438, 16. (2) to cause to attain an end quickly, to prosper a person or undertaking :-- God h&i-long; s&o-long;na gehradode, sw&a-long; þ-bar; h&i-long; þæ-long;r gem&e-long;tton &a-long;ne mæ-long;re þr&u-long;h, Hml. S. 20, 78. Heora s&i-long;&d-bar;fæt wæs from Drihtne sylfum gehradad and gefyr&d-bar;rad a Domino suum iter erat prosperatum, Bd. 4, 19; Sch. 446, 2. II. intrans. To come quicily, happen quickly :-- S&o-long;na w&o-long;l ealra m&a-long;na somod gehradode luxuriam continuo omnium lues scelerum comitari adcelerauit Bd. 1, 14; Sch. 38, 18.

ge-hradige, Angl. viii. 303, 27. v. ge-r&a-long;dian: ge-hrado. v. wægn-gehrado: ge-hræcan. l. -hræcean ( = -reccan) : ge-hrædnys. Dele v. ge-hwæ-long;dnes: ge-hr&e-long;man. v. ge-hr&i-long;man.

ge-hremmed. Substitute: ge-hremman; p. -hremde; pp. -hremmed To hinder, impede, (1) to prevent the free action of :-- D&o-long;&d-bar; h&u-long;ru þæt h&i-long; ne magon &u-long;re tungan gehremman, ne &u-long;s &a-long;l&e-long;fian, Hml. Th. ii. 488, 5. þ-bar; se br&o-long;&d-bar;or &d-bar;e hine synderl&i-long;ce gebiddan wyle t&o-long; Gode, þ-bar; h&e-long; ne beó gehremmed o&d-bar;&d-bar;e gelett (impediatur) þurh (mid, v. l. ) æ-long;niges &o-long;&d-bar;res onhr&o-long;pe . . . þe læ-long;s &d-bar;e þ&a-long; gehremmede beón (impedimentnm patiantur) þe &d-bar;&a-long; gebedu lufia&d-bar;, R. Ben. 80, 7-15. (2) to prevent the right action of, be a stumbling-block to :-- Þe læ-long;s te gehremde (gelette) ne (castos) offenderet, An. Ox. 3675. þ-bar; &u-long;s deófol ne mæge mid syn-gr&i-long;num t&o-long; sw&i-long;&d-bar;e gehremman, Btwk. 196, 20. (3) to prevent from reaching an object, keep from :-- &U-long;s n&a-long;n þingc on worulde fram Gode ne gehremme, Hml. S. 23, 207. þ-bar; heora m&o-long;d fram Drihtne ne s&y-long; gehremmed mens impediri non possit, R. Ben. 137, 14.

ge-hreódan. v. ge-hroden.

ge-hreósan. Add; I. to fall from an upright position, fall to the ground; of a structure, to fall in ruins :-- Monige weallas mid seofon and f&i-long;ftegum torran gehruronand gefeóllan (conruerunt), Bd. I. 13 ; Sch. 37, 13. Seó eor&d-bar;e wæs &a-long;styred and on manegum st&o-long;wum gehroren (-hropen, Th.) revelata sunt fundamenta orbis terrarum. Ps. Th. 17, 15. la. to fall in battle :-- þ-bar; m&i-long;ne f&y-long;nd on m&i-long;nre gesihþe feallan and gereósan (corruant) sw&a-long; sw&a-long; gereás (corruit) Golias ætforan Dauides ans&y-long;ne, and sw&a-long; sw&a-long; gereás and wearþ besenct Faraones folc on þæ-long;re reádan sæ-long;. . . and sw&a-long; sw&a-long; geriás Amaleh ætforan M&o-long;issu . . . Sw&a-long; feallan and gereósan (cadant) m&i-long;ne f&y-long;nd under m&i-long;num f&o-long;tum, C. D. B. ii. 333. 7-12. II. to fall from a prosperous condition :-- Feallan h&i-long; &l-bar; gehreósan h&i-long; (decidant), Ps. L. 5, II. Ð&a-long; wæs gehroren sió &u-long;p&a-long;-hæfenes Paules, . . . and æfter &d-bar;æ-long;m hryre h&e-long; ongan timbran eá&d-bar;m&o-long;dnesse elationis ejus fabrica tota corruerat, et post ruinam suam humilis aedi-ficari requirebat, Past. 443, 29. III. to fall from a higher to a lower level, fall headlong :-- Oft &d-bar;onne se hirde gæ-long;&d-bar; on fr&e-long;cne wegas, sió hiord gehr&i-long;st cum pastor per abrupta graditur, ad praecipitium grex sequatur, Past. 31, I. Dryhten forl&e-long;t hine (Lucifer) of d&u-long;ne gehreósan, Sal. 458. III a. of strong emotion, e. g. fear, to fall upon :-- Gehreás &l-bar; onsæt egsa ofer hig incubuit timor super eos, Ps. L. 104, 38. IV. to rush upon, move with violence :-- On gehreósan ingruere, Wrt. Voc. ii. 43, 73. IV a. of inconsiderate action :--