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362 GE-LÓCIAN -- GE-LÓMLIC

hí swá unróte óleccende tó him geloccode tristem blanditiis delinivit, Past. 415, 18. Ne hine ne geloccige nán óliccung tó hiere willan non blanda usque ad voluptatem demulceant, 83, 18. [O.H.Ger. ge-locchón mulcere: Icel. lokka to allure: O. L. Ger. loccón allicere, attrahere, mulcere.]

ge-lócian. Add :-- Ðú gelócas &l-bar; g[e]siist tu videris, Mt. L. 27, 4.

ge-loda a brother, v. ge-landa: ge-lodr. In 1. 3 read gelodr.

gelod-wyrt. Add :-- Gelodwyrt eptafylon, Wrt. Voc. ii. 29, Ii: 107, l, 29.

ge-loed. v. ge-léd.

ge-lofian ; p. ode To put a price upon, value, appraise :-- Næfð Godes ríce nánes wurðes lofunge, ac bið gelofod be ðæs mannes hæfene. Heofenan ríce wæs álæ-acute;ten þisum gebródrum for heora nette and scipe, and ðám rícan Zachéo tó healfum dæ-acute;le his æ-acute;hta, Hml. Th. i. 580, 21: 582, 28.

gelógend-lic; adj. Disposable, that is to be laid in order :-- Þá gelóhgenlican recolligenda, R. Ben. I. 63, 5.

ge-logian. l. -lógian, and add: I. to put together, (1) to join :-- Gelógod and geféged compositus, Germ. 391, 188. (2) to collect, bring together :-- Þ UNCERTAIN eall middaneard, swylce under ánum sunnan leóman gelógod (gegaderod, v.l., collectus), wæ-acute;re beforan his eágan gelæ-acute;ded, Gr. D. 171, ii. (3) to put together property, accumulate, lay up :-- Má willað hí hyra forspillan forgyfende þænne fremede gesettan gelógigende malunt se suum perdere largiendo quam aliena restituere conponendo, Scint. 158, 9. (4) to put together ingredients, season food (?) :-- Condio ic gelógige oððe sylte (condo ic gescyppe is ðæ-acute;re ðriddan), Ælfc. Gr. Z. 192, 12. II. to place in order, order, arrange, dispose, (1) the object material :-- Hí gelógodon ðá untruman be ðæ-acute;re stræ-acute;t þæ-acute;r Petrus forð eóde, Hml. Th. i. 316, 14. (a) the object non-material :-- Drihtnes ðrowunge wé willað eów secgan . . . ná swá ðeáh tó langsumlíce, gif wé hit swá gelógian magon, Hml. Th. ii. 240, 31. His líf wæs þus gelðgod; ðá þá hé twelf wintra wæs hé wæs betæ-acute;ht Benedicte, and hé wunode mid him twéntig wintra, and on his ágenum mynstre em feówertig geára, Hml. S. 6, 357. (2 a) of language, to write in good style :-- Scemata sind mislíce híw and fægernyssa on Lédenspræ-acute;ce, hú heó betst gelógod beó, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 295, 5. Sindon twá béc gesette on endebyrdnisse tó Salomones bócum, swilce hé hig gedihte; for þæ-acute;re gelícnisse his gelógodan spræ-acute;ce (on account of the likeness to his style). . ., Ælfc. T. Grn. 8, 42. III. to place, settle, fix an object (1) in the place it is to occupy, (a) the object a person, (α) of permanent occupation :-- God hine gelógode in paradýso, Wlfst. 153, 19. Hé gelógode on heofena ríce engla weredu, 306, 22: Hml. Th. i. 440, 24. Þam preóstum þe hé þæ-acute;r gelógode, Ælfc. T. Grn. 16, 38. On þá gerád þ-bar; hé næ-acute;fre eft Englisce ne Frencisce in tó þám lande (Scotland) ne gelógige, Chr. 1093; P. 225, 29. Þæt þæt mód blissige hit beón gelógod leóhte ut mens gaudeat se collocari lumine, Hy. S. 24, 3. God eów ne forlæ-acute;t, oð þ-bar; gé gelógode beón, Hml. S. 6, 88. (β) of temporary occupation, reflex. to take up one's quarters :-- Þá gelógode Benedictus hine sylfne on sumes stýpeles úpflóra in turris superioribus se Benedictus collocavit, Gr. D. 170, 13. (ββ) of animals :-- Hwelpas leóna on heora cleofum beóþ gelógode (collocabuntur), Ps. L. 103, 22. (γ) where the purpose of placing is given :-- God gelógode cherubim tó gehealdenne þone weg þe líð tó lífes treówe, Angl. vii. 30, 285. (b) the object a thing :-- Ðá sæ-acute; hé gelógode swá swá heó ligið git wiðinnan ðá eorðan, Hex. 10, 28. Binnan him (the firmament) is gelógod eall ðes middaneard, 8, 28. (2) in the position or condition in which it is to (a) where the object is personal :-- Hé mínne fæder gelógode on þæ-acute;m heáhfædera getele, Hml. S. 2, 421. Gefylde æ-acute;r for hláfum hig gelógodon repleti prius pro panibus se locauerunt, Cant. An. 5. Þ UNCERTAIN hé gelógie (collocet) hine mid ealderum folces his, Ps. L. 112, 8. Gedafenað þ-bar; hí heora heortan wyrtruman on ðám líflicum wylle, ðæt is God, gelógian, Hml. Th. ii. 402, 12. Seó geleáffulle gelaðung is gelógod on Críste, Hml. S. 15, 123. Hé understód on hwilcum gedeorfum þis mennisce líf is gelógod, Hml. Th. ii. 82, 34: 370, 23. (b) the object a thing :-- Rómáne þone bissextum gelógodon on Februario, Angl. viii. 306, 7. IV. to place an object for safe keeping, storage, carriage, & c. , put, bring, deposit. (1) a material object :-- Gif preóst on circan ungedafenlice þingc gelógige, Ll. Th. ii. . 294, 12. Hýfe gelógige gurgustio recondat (alimoniam), An. Ox. 308. Ne mæg nán wíf hire bóndan forbeódan þ-bar; hé ne móte in tó his cotan gelógian þ-bar; þ-bar; hé wille, Ll. Th. i. 418, 24. Hí wendan on ánum scipe mid swá miclum gaersuman swá hí mihton þæ-acute;r on mæ-acute;st gelógian tó æ-acute;lcum mannum, Chr. 1052 ; P. 176, 19. Gelógodne receptum, Germ. 400, 522. (l a) to place a body, bones, & c., in a coffin or tomb, bury in a church :-- Hædde his bin ferode tó Wintanceastre and mid wurðmynte gelógode binnan ealdan mynstre, Hml. S. 26, 142. Gebróhte se bisceop ealle þá bán on gelimplicum scrýnum, and gelógode hí úp on cyrcan, ii. 275. Men his líchaman binnon ðám temple wurðfullíce gelógodon, Hml. Th. i. 452, 28. His innoð tófleów, náteshwón gelógod on nánre byrgene, ii. 250, 26. His bán wurdon gebróhte tó Alexandria, and þæ-acute;r gelógode, i. 486, 16. (2) a non-material object :-- Hester . . . hæfð áne bóc . . . for þan þe Godes lof ys gelógod þæ-acute;r on, Ælfc. T. Grn. ii. 13. Se ðe hæfð ðá sóðan lufe, hé hylt ealle gewritu ðe sind gelógode on langsumum cwydum, Hml. Th. ii. 314, 16. V. to fill a place with occupants, to occupy, garrison a fortress :-- Wyrðe is seó stów þ-bar; hí man gelógige mid clæ-acute;num Godes þeówum, Hml. S. 32, 256. Godes ríce bið gelógod mid engla weredum and geðungenum mannum, Hml. Th. i. 344, II. Se stede ne worðe gelóged mid óðres hádes mannum þanne mid munecum, ht. Th. 348, 6. VI. to settle what is disturbed or disordered, (1) of material things :-- Nim mucgwyrte gebeátene and wið ele gemenged ; gelógode smyre mid, Lch. i. 380, 22. (2) of non-material things :-- Gesibsume sind ðá on him sylfum ðe ealle heora módes styrunga mid gesceáde gelógiað, Hml. Th. i. 552, 24. Ic þá myclan hearmas þe ús tó fundedon swá gelógod hæbbe, þ-bar; wé ne þurfon þanon nénes hearmes ús ásittan, Cht. E. 230, 9. VII. to arrange a course of action, order one's conversation, regulate :-- Hé his líf gelógað mid wísdóme, Wlfst. 52, 24. Þ UNCERTAIN ðú gelógie þín líf on eádmódnysse, Hml. A. 10, 263. Þ UNCERTAIN úre líf beó swá gelógod þ-bar; úre ende geendige on God, Hml. S. 16, 5. VIII. to dispose a person to act :-- Críst gelógode his apostolas and ealle his gecorenan, þæt hí férdon sylfwilles, Hml. Th. ii. 526, 13. v. ge-lógung.

ge-lógod. v. ge-lógian ; II. 2 a.

ge-lógung, e ; f. Order, arrangement :-- Þæ-acute;re gelógunge þ-bar; dægrædsangum geendedum sóna beón gecwedene twégen sealmas eo ordine ut matutinis finitis max dicantur duo psalmi, Angl. xiii. 407, 599.

ge-lóm; adj. Frequent :-- Hí worhton áne cyrcan þám hálgan, for þan þe gelóme (or adv. ?) wundra wurdon set his byrgene. Hml. S. 32, 172. Þá wunda þe þá hæ-acute;þenan mid gelómum scotungum on his lîce macodon, 182. Hé mid gelómum siccetungum mæ-acute;nde, 31, 1019.

ge-lóman. Substitute: ge-lóma, an; m. I. a tool, an implement, utensil :-- Gelóma utensile, Wrt. Voc. ii. 124, 24. Næs næ-acute;nig wén þæs gelóman (a wood-bill) . . . Se hálga man ágeaf þám Gotan þone gelóman, and cwæð: 'Lóca nú l hér is þín gelóma,' Gr. D. 114, 1-18. Hé hét weorpan íserne gelóman in þæs mynstres wyrtgeard, þá iserngelóman gewunelice naman wé hátaþ spadan and spitelas, 201, 19. II. in a collective sense, furniture :-- Gelóma suppellex (cuncta culinae suppellex, Aid. 66, 15), Wrt. Voc. ii. 86, 17. v. íren-, ísern-gelóma; cf. andlóman.

ge-lóme. Add :-- Gelóme crebrius, Wrt. Voc. ii. 15, 64. Þider gelóme (frequenter) se Hæ-acute;lend cwóm, Jn. R. 18, 2. Gyrdelse ðe hine man gelóme gyrt zona qua semper praecingitur, Ps. Th. 108, 19. Gelóme ic eów sæ-acute;de, Hml. Th. ii. 72, 24: i. 566, 34. Þider þú fundadest longe and gelóme, Cri. 1672. Swá hé geornor and gelómor Godes hús séce, Wlfst. 155, 8. ¶ combined with oft :-- Sind freólsbricas wíde geworhte oft and gelóme, Wlfst. 164, 9 : Gen. 1670: Bl. H. 209, 14. Wé gehýrað oft secggan gelóme worldrícra manna deáþ, 107, 29.

ge-lómlæ-acute;can. Substitute: I. to be or to become frequent, happen frequently :-- Þonne middangeardes wíta gelómlæ-acute;cað, Hml. Th. i. 612, 7. Efne ðá fæ-acute;rlíce æteówdon gelómlæ-acute;cende lígas sweartes fýres ecce subito apparent crebri flammarum tetrarum globi (Bd. Sch. 617), ii. 350, 19. Þes middangeard is mid ylde ofsett swylce mid gelómlæ-acute;cendum hefigtýmnyssum tó deáðe geðreád, 614, 21: 578, 34. II. to do frequently, repeat :-- Gelómlæ-acute;cþ iterat, repetit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 150, 63. Gelómlæ-acute;cende iteranda, An. Ox. 3824. II a. to denote frequent action :-- Sume word synd gecwedene frequentativa, þæt synd gelómlæ-acute;cende, for ðan ðe hí getácniað gelómlæ-acute;cunge, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 213, 7. III. to frequent, visit frequently :-- Gelómlæ-acute;cþ frequentat, visitat, Wrt. Voc. ii. 150, 63. IV. to visit in large numbers, celebrate a festival :-- Gelómlæ-acute;c celebres, frequentes, Hpt. 31, 8, 134. For symbelnysse gelómlæ-acute;cende pro festivitate frequentanda. An. Ox. 3824.

ge-lómlæ-acute;cing. Substitute: I. a frequent doing, repeated action, v. ge-lómlæ-acute;can; II a. II. translating frequentia :-- Hí módes mid ecge andwerdnysse Godes and engla geférræ-acute;denne gelómlæ-acute;cinge (frequentiam) besceáwiað, Scint. 62, 16.

ge-lómlæ-acute;cnys. Substitute: A numerous assembly :-- Gesettað dæg symbel on gelómlécnessum constituite diem sollemnem in confrequentationibus, Ps. Rdr. 117, 27. On gelómlæ-acute;cnyssum in condensis, Ps. Spl. 117, 26. v. ge-lómlæ-acute;can; IV; gelómlicnes.

ge-lómlic. Add :-- Mid gelómlice crebra, Wrt. Voc. ii. 23, 34. I. that is done or happens often, frequent, constant :-- Gelómlic þ-bar; wæs . . . þ-bar; . . . it often happened . . . that . . ., Bi. H. 223, 17. Gelómlic gibed continua oratio, Rtl. 74, 22. Folces men wið-hæfton þæ-acute;re gelómlican mynegunge, Ll. Th. i. 270, 25. Hé hié fréfrede for þæ-acute;re gelómlican sorge, Bl. H. 135, 23. Gilómlica fultumo continuata praesidia, Rtl. 64, 31. II. that is at a place often or that does something often, constant, assiduous :-- Gelómlic frequens, celer, assiduus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 150, 66. Gelómlic læ-acute;ce frequens hyrudo, sanguisuga assidua, Hpt. 31, 12, 272. III. numerous, many :-- Gelómlice (gelómelicere, Hpt. Gl. 458, 76) æxa creíri bipennes, An. Ox. 2, 70. Gelómlican frequentes, densos, multos, Wrt. Voc. ii. 150,