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trumnesse &d-bar;æ-long;re Godes giefe him t&o-long; unnyte gehweorfa&d-bar; si acceptae incolumitatis gratiam ad usum nequitiae inclinent, Past. 247, 8. (2) to overturn :-- H&e-long; gehwerf[d] subvertit (insidias impiorum), Kent. Gl. 315. &A-long;hwerfdon vel gehwurfan evertere, Wrt. Voc. ii. 144, 28. (3) to exchange. Cf. ge-hwearf :-- Hió becwi&d-bar; him hyre goldf&a-long;gan treów-enan cuppan, þæt h&e-long; &i-long;ce his beáh mid þam golde, oþþe h&i-long; mon æt him gehweorfe mid . xvi. mancussum reádes goldes. Cht. Th. 536, 20. II. intrans. (1) to return (a) to a place :-- H&e-long; gehwearf þonan t&o-long; his &a-long;gnum, Chr. 584 ; P. 294, 6. Hig gehwurfon (regressi sunt) on Hieru-salem, Lk. 24, 52. Of þ&a-long;m æcere gehworfenum regresso de agro, 17, 7. (b) to a position, condition, &c. :-- þ-bar; h&e-long; geearnode, þ-bar; h&e-long; eft gehwurfe t&o-long; his fæder gife and freóndscipe, Gr. D. 238, 13. (2) of action, to turn (a) to a person :-- Gehweorfen t&o-long; ;m&e-long; þ&a-long; þe hyldu t&o-long; d&e-long; &a-long;htan convertantur ad me qui piment te, Ps. Th. 118, 79. (b) to action : -- Ðæt h&e-long; gehweorfe t&o-long; hreówsunga ad poenitentiae lamenta conversus, Past. 167, 18. (3) of happening, (a) to be transferred, pass to :-- Asiria anwald gehwearf on M&e-long;&d-bar;as Arbatus regni summam ad Medos transtulit, Ors. 2, I ; S. 60, 17 : I. 8 ; S. 42, 6. (b) to turn back, be averted :-- Gesecge man hwæ-acute;r æ-acute;nig gewin æ-acute;r þæ-acute;m crístendome swá gehwurfe, gif hit ongunnen wæ-acute;re yui praeteritis temporibus de compres-sione bellorum simile probarit exemplum, Ors. 6, 4; S. 260, 7. [O. H. Ger. ge-hwerban conuerti.] v. ge-hwirfan.

ge-hwerf, ge-hwerfness. v. ge-hwearf, ge-hwearfness: ge-hwerft. v. ge-hwyrft.

ge-hwider. Add: I. where there is motion, to every place, to all parts, in all directions. (I) used generally :-- H&e-long; &d-bar;anon eóde gehwyder (-hwider, on gehwylce healfe, v. ll.) ymb þ&a-long; st&o-long;wa, and þæ-long;r godcunde l&a-long;re bodode inde ad praedicandam circumquaque exire consueverat, Bd. 3, 17 ; Sch. 267, 17. Sende man h&y-long; gehwider, Ll. Th. i. 278, 9. H&e-long; f&e-long;rde geond fela burga gehwider, Hml. S. 39, 102. Þæ-long;re burge ceasterware þe æ-long;r gehwider t&o-long;drifene wæ-long;ron cives urbis illius qui quolibet dispersi essent, Gr. D. 198, 15. (2) limited by an implied condition :-- H&e-long; hæfde æ-long;nne l&a-long;tteów þe hine læ-long;dde gehwider (wherever he went), Hml. S. 21, 203. Þ&a-long; f&e-long;rdon ætforan him gehwyder, 16, 148. II. where influence is exerted :-- H&i-long; mid þ&y-long; frymme þreátia&d-bar; gehwider ymbsittenda &o-long;þra beóda (cf. h&i-long; þreátiaþ eall moncynn, Bt. 37, l ; F. 186, 6), Met. 25, 13. III. of position, on all sides, in every direction :-- Seó b&o-long;c fram monigum oft gehwider ymb &a-long;writen wæs a multis sunt circumquaque transcripta, Bd. 4, 18 ; Sch. 437, 16.

ge-hwilc. Add: I. each, every; in pl. all. (I) as noun, (a) alone : -- Gif man in mannes t&u-long;n æ-long;rest geirne&d-bar;, .vi. scillingum geb&e-long;te ; s&e-long; þe æfter irne&d-bar; .iiii. scillingas; sibban gehwylc scilling. Ll. Th. i. 6, 17. Gehwilc, 16, 4. Æt þ&a-long;m feówer t&o-long;&d-bar;um fyrestum, æt gehwylcum .vi. scillingas, 16, 2. Hió forl&e-long;t s&e-long;can gehwylcne &a-long;genne eard, El. 598. Sete t&a-long;cn on gehwilcne wæ-long;pnedcynnes, Gen. 2311. Gif hit sié binnan wæ-long;dum, gehwilc .xx. scætta geb&e-long;te, 18, 5 : 14, 13. (aa) as antecedent :-- H&e-long; h&e-long;ht þæt segn wegan gehwilcne þe his h&i-long;na wæs wæ-long;pnedcynnes, Gen. 2371. (b) in agreement with &a-long;n :-- &A-long;num gehwilcum is hæ-long;l gehendre, Hml. Th. i. 602, 21. God æ-long;nne gehwilcne þurh his G&a-long;st geneósa&d-bar;, ii. 316, II. (c) with &a-long;nra :-- &A-long;nra gehwelc w&e-long;nde, Ors. 3, 7; S. 114, 35. Þæt &a-long;nra gehwylc cræft his begange ut unusquisque artem suam exerceat, Coll. M. 31, 31. Underf&e-long;&d-bar; &a-long;nra gehwilc be &d-bar;&a-long;m &d-bar;e h&e-long; geearnode. Hml. Th. i. 602, 28. Gehwylc, Bl. H. II, 18 : 107, 12. Þæt h&e-long; gedæ-long;lde &a-long;nra gehwylces l&i-long;f wi&d-bar; l&i-long;ce, B. 732. For &a-long;nra gehwylcum onsundrum, Seel. 97. (c I) with a noun in agreement with &a-long;nra :-- þ-bar; &a-long;nra manna gehwylc sceáwige hine sylfne, Bl. H. 57, 33 Ánra manna gehwylcne ic myngie, 107, 10. (c 2) with a genitive governed by anra gehwilc :-- &A-long;nra gehwylc þ&a-long;ra apostola biþ geseted t&o-long; his synderlicre st&o-long;we, Bl. H. 143, 22. Sceal &u-long;re &a-long;nra gehwylc beran his dæ-long;da, 63, 29 : Sal. 355. &A-long;nra gehwilcum ymbstandendra folces Sodoma, Gen. 2488. Þ&a-long; frægn ic &a-long;nra gehwylcne heora interrogavi unumquem-que eorum, Bd. 4, 5 ; Sch. 375, 8. ¶ as antecedent :-- St&o-long;d egesa &a-long;nra gehwylcum þ&a-long;ra þe of wealle w&o-long;p geh&y-long;rdon, B. 784. (c 3) reci-procal :-- Framige &a-long;nra gehwylc &o-long;þron on cræ-long;fte hys, Coll. M. 31, 25. (d) with gen. pl. :-- Þ&a-long;ra gehwelc w&e-long; willa&d-bar; sié twyb&o-long;te, Ll. Th. i. 64, 24 : Rä. 71, 5. Hwider hyra gehwylc faran scolde, Bl. H. 229, 5. Gehwylc hiora each of the two, B. 1166. Þe firina gehwilc &a-long;b&u-long;ge&d-bar;, Cri. 56. Monna gehwylc geceósan m&o-long;t, 589. Wana wilna gehwilces, Gen. 2272. Benumen leáfa gehwelces, Met. 4, 24. Æfter &y-long;sta gehwelcre (cf. æfter eallum þ&a-long;m &y-long;stum, Bt. 34, 8 ; F. 144, 28), 21, 15. &A-long;scyred scylda gehwylcre, El. 1313. H&e-long; wæs witena gehwelcum (cf. æ-long;lcum witum, Bt. 28; F. 100, 27) l&a-long;&d-bar;, Met. 15, 5. Þæt man læ-long;te manna gehwylcne, ge earmne ge eádigue, folcrihtes wyr&d-bar;e, Ll. Th. i. 316, 27. H&e-long; d&e-long;me&d-bar; leán þeóda gehwylcre, Cri. 848 : B. 805. Nihta gehwylce, Ps. Th. 104, 34. Daga gehwylce, Bl. H. 59, 26 : Kr. 136 : B. 2450: Sal. 551. Gehwelce, Met. 13, 21. Gehwilce, l, 54: Gen. 848. Þinga gehwylce. Hy. 4, 12. Nihta gehwylcere, Ps. Th. 133, 3. (d l) with ealra qualifying gen. pl. :-- Þæ-long;r habba&d-bar; heó on æ-long;fyn . . . , ealra feónda gehwilc, f&y-long;r edneówe. Gen. 314. Alra t&a-long;cna gehwylc, El. 645. Ymb ealra landa gehwylc, Gn. C. 46. (d 2) with gen. governed by noun in gen. pl. :-- Þegna gehwylc þ&i-long;nra leóda, B. 1673. Monna gehwilc þæ-long;re cneórisse, Gen. 2317. Wihta gehwilce deóra and fugla deá&d-bar;l&e-long;g nime&d-bar;, Cri. 982. (d 3) as antecedent :-- Monna gehwilc þe wi&d-bar; his waldend winnan ongynne&d-bar;, Gen. 297. Secgan Dryhtne þonc dugu&d-bar;a gehwylcre þe &u-long;s simle gefremede, Cri. 601. Þæt is heálic ræ-long;d monna gehwylcum þe gemynd hafa&d-bar;, 431. Secga gehwylcum þ&a-long;ra þe on swylc stara&d-bar;, B. 996 : An. 1154. Þæ-long;r is &a-long;r gelang fira gehwylcum þ&a-long;m þe hié findan cann, 982. D&o-long;ma gehwilcne þ&a-long;ra þe him Drihten bebeád, Exod. 520. ¶ with verb in plural :-- M&i-long;n &e-long;htan ongunnon ealdurmonna gehwylc principes persecuti sunt me, Ps. Th. 118, 161. Sw&a-long; h&e-long;r manna gehwylc Metode gecw&e-long;ma&d-bar;, Hy. 10, 58. (dd) every kind of :-- Open &e-long;ce scræf yfela gehwylces, Exod. 537. Torn þolode wine Scyldinga, weána gehwelcne, B. 148. Sæ-long;da gehwilc on bearm scipes beornas feredon, Exod. 374. (2) as adjective, (a) alone :-- Þæt gehwilc spræ-long;c hæbbe &a-long;ndagan, Ll. Th. i. 158, 7. Ðæt m&o-long;d gehwelces monnes, Past. 255, 15. Gehwylces h&a-long;des men, Bl. H. 47, 34. Wi&d-bar;er-weardnes wuhte gehwelcre, Met. ii. 78. T&o-long; gehwylcere byrig, Ll. Th. i. 194, 3. Gif man þeóh þurhsting&d-bar;, stice gehwilce .vi. scillingas, 18, 16. Unf&a-long;cne feó gehwilce with sterling money all of it, 10, 5. Ge-hwilce morgene. Lch. ii. 108, 2. Æt þ&a-long;m neglum gehwylcum scilling, Ll. Th. i. 16, 14. On gehwylcum heora mæ-long;g&d-bar;um in suis quique prouin-ciis, Bd. pref. ; Sch. 6, 4. On gehwylcum burgum blissoden þ&a-long; Cr&i-long;sten-an, Hml. S. 2, 278. Of gehwilcum st&o-long;wum w&y-long;dan and s&y-long;dan gegaderod, C. D. B. ii. 389, 22. Geond gehwylce weras uiritim, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 232, 17. Gehwylce wæ-long;penleáse inermes quosque, i. universos, An. Ox. 724. (aa) as antecedent :-- Ð&a-long;s leásan spell læ-long;raþ gehwelcne man þ&a-long;ra þe wilnaþ helle þióstra t&o-long; fliónne, Bt. 35, 6; F. 170, 16. Wi&d-bar; gehwylce yfelu þe on þ&a-long;m inno&d-bar;e dere&d-bar;, Lch. i. 280, 18. (b) with quasi-fying words :-- Gehwilc &o-long;&d-bar;er til&d-bar;, Angl. ix. 259, 12. &A-long;nes gehwylces mannes dæ-long;da, Wlfst. 244, 21. &A-long;nes gehwylces geleáffulles mannes m&o-long;d, Hml. Th. i. 412, 24. &A-long;num gehwilcum gel&y-long;fedum men wæs Cr&i-long;stes t&o-long;-cyme æ-long;g&d-bar;er ge hryre ge æ-long;rist, 144, 26. T&o-long; &a-long;num gehwylcum menn, ii. 76, 13. Gehwilce æ-long;nl&i-long;pige on heora burgum be him sylfum cendon, i. 34, 4: ii. 124, 9. Æt þ&a-long;m &o-long;&d-bar;rum t&a-long;um gehwilcum healf gelde . . . æt þ&a-long;m &o-long;&d-bar;rum gehwilcum, Ll. Th. i. 20, 3, 6. Of syndrigum gehwyl-cum cyricum (cyriceum gehwylcum, v. l.) ex singulis quibusque ecclesiis, Bd. l, 27; Sch. 65, 15. Syndrige st&o-long;we gehwylce singula quaeque loca, 5, II; Sch. 607, 4. (c) with &a-long;nra :-- Ðeáh &d-bar;e &a-long;nra gehwylc g&a-long;st hæbbe synderl&i-long;ce .xii. fe&d-bar;erhoman, and &a-long;nra gehwylc fe&d-bar;er-homa hæbbe .xii. windas, and &a-long;nra gehwilc wind twelf sigefæstnissa, Sal. K. 152, 1-3. Folc &a-long;nra gehwylc, Cri. 1026. (d) with mæ-long;stra :-- Æt mæ-long;stra gehwilcere misdæ-long;de, Ll. Th. i. 58, 6. ¶ of every kind :-- Be gehwelces ceápes &a-long;ngelde. Ll. Th. i. 138, 9. H&e-long; sceal beón, sw&a-long; ic æ-long;r be beócere cwæ&d-bar; (beóceorl sceal geara beón on manegum weorcum, 3), oftræ-long;de t&o-long; gehwilcon weorce, Ll. Th. i. 436, 18. Wæ-long;ron hyra tungan getale teónan gehwylcre, Ps. Th. 56, 5. Hw&i-long; God ge&d-bar;afian wolde þæt þ&a-long; hæ-long;&d-bar;enan his h&a-long;lgan mid gehwilcum tintregum &a-long;cwellan m&o-long;ston, Hml. Th. i. 566, 30. On &d-bar;æ-long;re st&o-long;we beó&d-bar; gehæ-long;lede gehwilce untrume, Hml. S. 4, 125. Se Hæ-long;lend sæ-long;de gel&o-long;ml&i-long;ce bigspel be gehwilcum &d-bar;ingum. ii. 562, II. II. some, certain, many, (I) as noun :-- Ð&a-long; geh&y-long;rdon gehwilce on l&i-long;fe h&a-long;lige englas singan on his for&d-bar;s&i-long;&d-bar;e, Hml, Th. ii. 518, 8. (2) as adjective, (a) alone :-- Cwæ-long;don gehwylce l&a-long;reówas þæt . . . , Hml. Th. i. 440, 21: 468, 5. Gehwylce g&o-long;de mæn (boni quique), &u-long;s wæ-long;ron wi&d-bar;togone, Gr. D. 256, 21. Þ&a-long; hugon gehwylce æ&d-bar;elborene menn t&o-long; Maures mynstre . . . o&d-bar; þ-bar; þæ-long;r gadorod wæs hund-teóntig muneca and feówertig ealles, Hml. S. 6, 260. N&u-long; smeádon gehwilce men oft, and gyt gel&o-long;me smeága&d-bar;, Hml. Th. ii. 268, 7. Ge-hwilce geleáffulle &d-bar;e Gode gecw&e-long;ma&d-bar;, 556, 5. Gehwilce strongeste fortis-simi quique, Kent. Gl. 224. H&e-long; sæ-long;de his gesih&d-bar;e Ælfride and gehwilcum eáwfæstum mannum (cf. quae uiderat idem uir . . . referre uolebat illis solunmiodo, qui . . . profectum pietatis ex eius uerbis haurire uolebant, Bd. 5, 12 ; Sch. 630), Hml. Th. ii. 350, 3. &A-long;csode h&e-long; hine be gehwilc-um þingum he asked him about several things, Guth. 80, II. (b) with &o-long;þer :-- On &d-bar;yssere gef&e-long;rræ-long;dene wæ-long;ron Petrus and I&o-long;hannes . . . , and ; ehwilce &o-long;&d-bar;re . . . Eal seó menigu wæs &a-long;n hund manna and tw&e-long;ntig, Hml. Th. i. 296, 16: 38, 10: Hml. S. 29, 92 : Ælfc. Gr. Z. 293, 16. D&u-long;n-st&a-long;n . . . and Aþelwold, and &o-long;&d-bar;re gehwylce, 21, 459 : Hml. A. 22, 211. (bb) of some (other) kind :-- Fleán and &o-long;&d-bar;re gehwilce wyrrnas, Hex. 24, 31. (c) correlative, some . . . some (others) :-- Gehwylce gebr&o-long;&d-bar;ra . . ne beó&d-bar; sw&a-long; carfulle . . . and gehwilce &o-long;&d-bar;re beó&d-bar; mid s&a-long;rnysse onbryrde, Hml. Th. i. 340, 23-28. (d) gehwilc . . . &o-long;þer some . . . other :-- Þonne gehwilce synfulle menn &o-long;&d-bar;re heora gel&i-long;can . . . ge&o-long;læ-long;ca&d-bar;, Hml. Th. i. 494, 2. III. any. (1) as noun :-- Gifhr&y-long;&d-bar;era gehwylc (hwelc, v. l.) sié þe hegas brece, Ll. Th. i. 128, 12. Gif m&i-long;nra ger&e-long;fena hwylc (gehwylce, v. l. ) þis d&o-long;n nylle, 212, 27. (2) as adjective :-- Þonne þ-bar; m&o-long;d by&d-bar; t&o-long;dæ-long;led t&o-long; manegum þingum, þonne by&d-bar; hit þe læ-long;sse t&o-long; gehwilc-um &a-long;num synderlicum þinge: and sw&a-long; mycele sw&y-long;&d-bar;or hit by&d-bar; under-cropen on gehwilcum &a-long;num þinge, sw&a-long; micele sw&a-long; hit by&d-bar; w&i-long;ddor &a-long;bys-god on manegum þingum cum animus dividitur ad multa, fit minor ad singula: tantoque ei in una qualibet re subripitur quanto latius in multis occupatur, Gr. D. 41, 9-17. [O. Sax. gi-hwil&i-long;k : O. H. Ger. ge-hwel&i-long;h omnis, quivis.] v. dæg-gehwilc.