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374 GEMÓT-BEORG -- GE-MUNECOD

fela swylce eác hæleða gemót, wítgena weorod, wífmanna þreát, Hö. 47. Gemóte concessum (ante angelicum coelestis theatri consessum, Aid, 24, 10), Wrt. Voc. ii. 78, 22. Hé gecwæð þ-bar; hí cómon ealle tó ánum gemóte, þ-bar; hé mihte him secgan hwæt him tó dónne wæ-acute;re, Hml. S. 36, 205 : An. 650. Hí longe (long, v. l.) gemót ymb þæt hæfdon, hwæðer hit tácnade þe sibbe þe unsibbe, Ors. 5, 5 ; S. 226, 20. (2) in more special senses, (a) a deliberative assembly, a council :-- Hé biþ gemóte (consilio) scyldig. Mt. R. 5, 22 : Wrt. Voc. ii. 72, 7 : 17, 45. Hié sellaþ eówic on gemótum (conciliis), Mt. R. L. 10, 17. (b) an ecclesiastical council, a synod :-- [Tó sinoþ]licum gemóte ad synodale concilium, An. Ox. 2093. Hé gesomnade bisceopa gemót and synoð ætgædere mid monigum mágistrum cyricean. Bd. 4, 5; Sch. 372, 20. (c) a religious assembly, congregation :-- Ne áhydde ic na þíne mild-heortnesse on myclum gemótum (a synagoga mulla), Ps. Th. 39, ii. (d) a judicial assembly, a court :-- Hé eóde in þæt dómern ðæ-acute;r ðæ-acute;r Caluisianus wæs in miclum gemóte . . . þá yrsode se déma, Shrn. 116, 32. ' Habbað eów gemót, and tómiddes settað Naboð, biddað leáse gewitan þ-bar; hí hine forsecgan . . . þá heáfodmenn budon him tó gemóte, Hml. S. 18, 189-195. ¶ of the last judgement :-- Mægna cyning on gemót cymeð þrymma mæ-acute;ste, Cri. 833. Monge beóð on gemót læ-acute;ded fýra cynnes: wile fæder engla seonoð gehégan, déman mid ryhte, Ph. 491. (e) a popular assembly for voting :-- Gemoot contio, convocatio populi, Txts. 53, 584. (3) used to denote the meetings in England at which legal, administrative, and other business was done, (a) where the meeting was of national importance :-- Hér wæs þ-bar; myccle gemót æt Kyrtlingtúne, Chr. 977 ; P. 122, 8. On þissum geáre wæs þ-bar; mycele gemót (a grand council of Danes and English, William of Malmesbury) on Oxonaforda, 1015 ; P. 145, 20. Þ gemót æt Brómdúne, Ll. Th. i. 280, n. Wæs sionoðlic gemót on ðæ-acute;re mæ-acute;ran stówe ðe mon háteð Clofeshoas, and ðæ-acute;r se cyning ond his biscopas ond his aldormenn ond alle ðá wioton ðisse ðióde ðæ-acute;r gesomnade wæ-acute;ron, Cht. Th. 70, 10. Geræ-acute;dde se cyng and his witan þ-bar; man sceolde habban ealra gewitena gemót on Lundene . . . and stefnode man Godwine tó þon gemóte, Chr. 1048 ; P. 174, 20-25 ; Ll. Th. i. 238, 36. Geðenc nú hweðer áwiht mani mann cynges hám séce þér þæ-acute;r hé on túne byð, oððe hys gemót, oððe hys fird ; oððe hweðer ðé ðince þæt hí æalle on ánne weig þeder cumen, Solil. H. 44, 3. Ofer þis gemót (cf. 36, 4-14), Ll. Th. i. 38, 4. On þám gemótan þeáh wurðan on namcúðan stówan, 348, 17. (b) where the meeting concerned a locality (hundred, borough, & c.) :-- Gecýðe in gemótes (cf. folcgemote, 12) gewitnesse cyninges geréfan, Ll. Th. i. 82, 16. On folces gemóte, 76, 5. Gif mon beforan cyninges ealdormen on gemóte gefeohte, 86, 13. Ic wille þ-bar; æ-acute;lc man sý griðes wyrðe to gemóte and fram gemóte, 422, 5. Ic wille þ-bar; æ-acute;lc geréfa hæbbe gemót á ymbe feówer wucan, 164, 20. Séce man hundredes gemót, 386, l. On þám meðelstede þá hé gemót hæfde, By. 199. Hí Sunnandæges folciscra gemóta (cf. folcgemóta, 320, 12) geswícan, Ll. Th. i. 326, 21. (c) a meeting for settling cases, court :-- Wæs se &b-bar; Walchere ofslagen æt ánum gemóte (the meeting was to decide whether Liulf had been slain by the bishop's orders, v. Flor. Worcester), Chr. 1080; P. 214, 9. Ðæt nán scýrgeréfe oððe mótgeréfe ðár habban æ-acute;ne sócne oððe gemót (placitum) búton ðes abbudes hæ-acute;se, C. D. iv. 200, 10. Ranulf his capellan ealle his (the king's) gemót ofer eall Engleland dráf Ranulf carried on all the law-courts over all England, Chr. 1099 ; P. 235, l. (4) a place where a meeting is held :-- On gemóte in foro, Mt. R. 23, 7 : Germ. 400, 14. III. of inanimate objects, meeting, junction, v. ge-mittung :-- On wega gemótum in competis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 46, 12. v. ceápung-, gúþ-, hand-, torn-gemót.

gemót-beorg, es; m. A hill where a 'gemót' is held :-- Æ-acute;rast on æscwoldes hláw ; ðonne on gemótbiorh, C. D. ii. 195, 10. On æscstede; ðanon on ðæne gemótbeorh, v. 82, 20.

gemót-hús, es; n. A house where a ' gemót' is held :-- Curia, i. domus concilii, conventus gemóthús vel -[gemót]stów congregatio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 137, . 51. Cyrice is ús gesceapen tó gebedhúse, ná tó nánum gemóthúse. bútan ymbe þæt heofoncunde ríce and láre, Wlfst. 233, l: 303, 2. Forð on pápan holt súðweardne; þonne on ðæt gemóthús (to the manere; ad manerium, later translations), C. D. B. ii. 246, 2. v. mót-hús.

ge-mótian; p. ode. I. to talk about; ge-mótian ymb (be) to discuss :-- Ús þingð genóh þ-bar; wé ymbe þæs bissextus wurðscipe habbað þus gemótod, and ymbe his geréna manega þing gehrepod, Angl. viii. 308, 9. Wé habbað be pám bissextum gemótud, and be Ianuarium manega þing gehrepode, 309, 23. II. to attain by argument or discussion, to discuss to purpose :-- Leóf, hwonne bið ángu spæ-acute;c geendedu, gif mon ne mæg nówðer ne mid wed ne mid áða geendigan? oððe gif mon æ-acute;lcne dóm wile onwendan ðe Ælfréd cing gesette, hwonne habbe wé gemótad ? Sir, when will any suit be ended, if it can be ended neither with pledge nor with oath ? or if people want to upset every law that king Alfred made, when have our meetings and discussions been to any purpose ?, Cht. Th. 172, 4-10.

gemót-leáh; gen. -leáge; f. A field where a 'gemót' is held: -- -Tó gemótleáge eástewearde, C. D. vi. 94, 10. In gemótleáge, v. 103, 29.

gemót-mann, es; m. I. one who addresses a meeting, an orator. Cf. mótian; II, mótere :-- Gemótman contionator, Wrt. Voc. i. 73, 24. Gemótmanna contionatorum (qui pro rostris in edito stantes popularibus catervis contionantur, Aid. 32, 7), Wrt. Voc. ii. 79, 16 : 18, 18. II. a member of a council, a counsellor, v. ge-mót; II. 2 a :-- Gemótman decurio [cf. decurio, consiliarius (-=Mk. 15, 43: Joseph nobilis decurio an honourable counsellor, A. V.), Wrt. Voc. ii. 73, 34], Ælfc. Gr. Z. 35, 5. III. an auditor of accounts in a market (?), cf. ceápung-gemót :-- Mótstów forus, gemótman logotheta (logotheta, qui rationes accepti et depensi expendit ac discutit, Migne), intinga negotium, cýpingc negotiaiio, Wrt. Voc. i. 47, 22-25.

gemót-stów. Add: (i) a place of assembly :-- Gemótstów concilia-bulum, Wrt. Voc. i. 49, 36. In gemótstówum pro rostris (see second passage under gemót-mann; I), Wrt. Vcc. ii. 79, 19 : An. Ox. 2322: Hpt. Gl. 460, 76. See first passage under gemót-hús. (2) a place where a law-court is held :-- Hé hæfde áne gemótstówe gecweden ymb sume neódþearfe þæs mynstres erat pro utilitate monasterii causa constituta, Gr. D. 21, l. v. mót-stów.

gem-stán. v. gim-stán.

ge-munan. Take here ge-monan, ge-mynan in Dict. , and add :-- Þú ge-manst, -munst, hé ge-manþ, -muneþ, -myneþ, pl. ge-munon (-an) ; p. ge-mýste (cf. O. Sax. far-munsta) :-- Ne sint gemunene non recordentur (either the verb is taken to be passive or gemunende should be read), Kent. Gl. 1131. I. to retain in mind, recall to mind, recollect, bear in mind. (1) with acc. :-- Ic geman mín ágen dysig, Bt. 35, 2; F. 156, 27. Hié gemunan (-on, v. l.) ðone tóhopan, and forgietað hira demm, Past. 345, l. Ic ðis eall gemunde, 5, 8. Ðár þú nú gemundest dá word þe ic þé sæ-acute;de, Bt. 35, 2 ; F. 156, 21. Þá gemunde (-mýste, L.) Petrus word þas Hæ-acute;lend recordatus est Petrus verbi Jesu, Mt. R. 26, 75. (2) with gen. :-- Ic ne gemune nánre his synna, Hml. S. 12, 156. Ðæs bismeres ðú ne gemansð, Past. 207, 12. Wíf. . . ne gemynes ðæs hefignise non meminit pressurae, Jn. L. 16, 21. Ne gé eft gemynas fíf hláfana, Mt. L. 16, 9. Ðínra synna ne weorðe ic gemunende, ac gemun ðú hiora, Past. 413, 22. (3) with clause :-- Gif þú gemanst þæt bróþor þín hæfð æ-acute;nig þincg ongeán þé, Scint. 23, 14. Gemunst, Bt. 36, 3; F. 176, 22. Gemunst (-manst, v.l.) ðú þ-bar; wit æ-acute;r spræ-acute;con, 38, 3; F. 200, ii. Mín mód gemanð hú (gemyneð hwilc, v. l.) hit æ-acute;r wæs, Gr. D. 4, 11 ; 6, 8. Swá mycel swá nán man ne gemunet þ-bar; hit æ-acute;fre æ-acute;ror dyde, Chr. 1099; P. 235, 7. Gemunde ic hú ic geseah . . . hú ðá ciricean stódon bóca gefyldæ, Past. 5, 8. Ðætte ðæt mód . . . gemyne of ðæ-acute;m suingum tó hwæ-acute;m eal monncynn gesceapen is, 255, 18. Ðæt hí gemunen ðæt hié . . . bióð gesomnode, 397, 8. Seldon hié willað gemunan hú micel hié nimað, 343, 16. (4) where (1) and (3) are combined :-- þ-bar; is þ-bar; ic gefyrnost gemunan mæg, þ-bar; mín fæder wæs cempena ealdorman the earliest thing that I can remember is that my father was a captain, Hml. S. 30, 322. I a. to bear in mind, not to forget to do :-- Geféra, gemyne þ-bar; ðú úre gecwedræ-acute;denne tó longe ne oferbrec, Ors. 5, 12 ; S. 242, 7. Gemunon wé symle þ-bar; wé þá gód dón þe ús Godes béc læ-acute;raþ, Bl. H. 73, 26. þ-bar; hé oft hæbbe on gemynde þ-bar; mannum is mæ-acute;st þearf tó gemunenne, þ-bar; is þ-bar; hí rihtne geleáfan habban, and þ-bar; hí rihtne crístendóm healdan, Ll. Th. i. 326, II. to remember (and pray for) (1) the living :-- Gemune þú mé earminge on þínum gebedum, Hml. A. 178, 311. (2) the dead :-- On ðá geráð ðe hí gemunen hí and Osmódes sáulæ tó his gemunde dege ea ratione ut memores sint ejus et animae Osmodi ad anniversarium ejus, Cht. Th. 493, 10. III. to bear in mind as worth considering, mind, think of :-- Ðá cwæ-acute;don hí þ-bar; hí þæs ne gemundon þonne má þe heora geféran, Chr. 755; P. 49, 23. IV. to record, make mention of. Hé gemanþ memoratur, i. dicitur, An. Ox. 1598. Gemunað memorant, Wrt. Voc. ii. 55, 34. Nú ic þyses Alexandres gemyndgade, ic wille þæs máran Alexandres gemunende beón, Ox. 3, 7 ; S. 110, II. Is gemunen, gesæ-acute;d memoratur, An. Ox. 1514: 2814. Gereht, gemunen, 2206. V. absolute, to exercise the faculty of memory :-- Seó sáwul þurh þæt gemynd gemanð, Hml. Th. i. 288, 28. Seó sáwul is memoria, þæt is gemynd, þonne heó gemanð, Hml. S. I. 186. Gemynen (remini-scentur) alle gemæ-acute;ru eorðan. Ps. Srt. 21, 28. VI. to exercise the mind (?), meditate, consider, v. Ps. Spl. 62, 7 in Dict. :-- Ræ-acute;swodan, spæ-acute;can, wæ-acute;ran gemunende comminiscuntur (cf. comminiscuntur, pro tractabantur &l-bar; meditabuntur, An. Ox. 7, 209), Wrt. Voc. ii. 24, 2. VII. to put in mind, remind a person of something, charge with :-- Ic gemunde þé fácnes, þæ-acute;r nán næs, Hml. A. 135, 641. v. munan.

ge-mund. Dele.

ge-mundbyrdan. Add :-- Placidas gemundbyrde þá ðe fordémde wæ-acute;ron, Hml. S. 30, 6.

ge-mundian. Add :-- Philippus þá crístenan gemundode. Hml, S. 2, 283. Gemunda (fove) þá biddendan, Hy. S. 3, 31. Gebide for mé and for míne ungesæ-acute;lignysse gemunde, Hml. S. 23 b, 719. Fultumes biddende æt Gode, þ-bar; hé hí gemundian sceolde, 25, 337. [O. H. Ger. ge-muntón.]

ge-munecod. v. un-gemunecod : gémung. v. gímung.