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GE-MUNING -- GE-MYNDELÍCE 375

ge-muning, e; f. Remembrance, recollection :-- Synna gemuni[n]cge peccaminum recordationem, Angl. xiii. 378, 191.

ge-mynd. Add: I. the faculty of memory :-- Seó sáwul is memoria, þ-bar; is gernynd, þonne heó gemanð, Hml. S. I. 185. Gé hwæthwega godcundlices on eówerne sáule habbaþ, þæt is andgit and gemynd and se gesceádwísa willa, Bt. 14, 2; F. 44, 25. Æ-acute;ghwilc ungemyndig hine sceolde eft gewendan in tó sínum módes gemynde quod quisque discit, immemor recordatur. Met. 22, 58. II, the state of being remembered :-- Hé gemynd dyde mæ-acute;rra wundra memoriam fecit mirabilium suorum; he hath made his wonderful works to be remembered (A. V.), Ps. Th. 110, 3. II a. in phrases. (1) on gemynd so as to preserve the remembrance :-- Byð gesæ-acute;d on hyre gemynd þæt heó þiss dyde, Mt. 26, 13: Mk. L. R. 14, 9. Þis wæs gedón on mín gemynd, Bl. H. 69, 20. Gé monigfeald on gemynd witon, alra tácna gehwilc you know everything that can keep alive the memory (of the Trojan War), El. 644. (2) (to be in) mind :-- Byð on éceum gemynde æ-acute;ghwylc, Ps. Th. 111, 6: Rtl. 177, 35. Seó gesihð him wæs on swá micelre gemynde the vision was so well remembered by him, Shrn. 51, 33. (2 a) the state of being remembered and considered. Cf. VIII :-- Wæs him on gemynde (cf. hé ongeat, Bt. l; F. 2, 14) yfel and edwít, þæt him kyningas cýðdon, Met. l, 54. Hire wæs Godes egsa mára in gemyndum þonne eall þæt máððum-gesteald, Jul. 36: Gú. 139: Bo. 30. (3) (to have, bear, & c. in) mind. Cf. VIII :-- ' Gemunst þú þ-bar; ic þé æ-acute;r sæ-acute;de. ' ' þ-bar; ic hæbbe genóg feste on gemynde, ' Bt. 36, 3 ; F. 176, 24. þ-bar; hé oft hæbbe on gemynde þ-bar; mannum is mæ-acute;st þearf oftast tó gemunenne, Ll. Th. i. 326, 10. Æghwylc þára is wyrðe synderlíce in gemyndum tó habbanne sunt digna memorie singula, Angl. iv. 140, 22. Læ-acute;t þé on gemyndum (remember), hú mé bysmredon weras, An. 962. (4) (to come to (into) , occur to) mind :-- Mé arn tó gemynde oft, Ll. Lbmn. 269, 16. Hwílum án, hwílum óðru cymð tó gemynde, Past. 413, 30. Mé cóm oft on gemynd, 3, 2. Þæt unriht on gemynd cume in memoriam redeat iniquitas. Ps. Th. 108, 14. Gode nó syððan hié in gemynd cumað, El. -303- (5) (to bring, call to] mind :-- Him in gemynd his Dryhtnes naman dumba bróhte, Rä. 60, 7. (5 a) (to take to (into] , fix in) mind :-- Ðeáh ealra þæ-acute;ra worda hí wæ-acute;ron forgytene, námon him þá gedwoll-men æ-acute;nlípige tó gemynde though they did not remember all those words, the heretics kept in mind single ones, Hml. S. 23, 390. Ic nam mé tó gemynde þá gewritu and þá word þe se arce&b-bar; mé fram þám pápan bróhte, Cht. E. 229, 23. Þára manna gehwám þe on gemynd nime . . . , El. 1233. (6) (out of) mind :-- Ne cumon eów þás word of gemynde swá lange swá gé lybbon ne obliviscaris verborum quae viderunt oculi tui, et ne excidant de corde tuo cunctis diebus vitae tuae, Deut. 4, 9. Wé læ-acute;tað hit of gemynde swilce hit næ-acute;fre ne gewurde, Hml. S. 23, 278. III. memory of many persons :-- Hé folces frið bétte swíðost þára cyninga þe æ-acute;r him gewurde be manna gemynde, Chr. 959 ; P. 114, 22. III a. the length of time over which the recollection of a number of persons extends, (within living) memory :-- Sume æ-acute;r, sume síð, sume in úsra tída gemyndum, Gfl. 849. IV. that which is remembered, the account of events so far as they are recollected :-- Eal þæt gemynd þe tó cýðanne wæ-acute;ron memoria digna (the Latin seems misunderstood as memoria is ablative), Bd. prep. ; Sch. 3, 3. IV a. that which is remembered of a person or thing, memory, remembrance, recollection of. (1) with gen. :-- Ðæt góde mód ðe sió hæ-acute;lo áweg ádriéfð ðæt gemynd ðæ-acute;re medtrymnesse (infirmitatis memoria] geedniéwað, Past. 255, 17 : 463, 16. Onbryrded mid gemynde his synna conpunctus memoria peccatorum suorum, Bd. 3, 27; Sch. 319, 17. Hæfde ic þáget hwæthwega gemynd on mínum móde þæ-acute;re unrótnesse þe ic æ-acute;r hæfde ego nondum penitus insiti moeroris oblitus, Bt. 36, l; F. 170, 26. (2) with clause :-- Ná hí gemynd hæfdan hú his hand werede non sunt recordati manum ejus, qua die liberavit eos, Ps. Th. 77, 42. IV b. recollection perpetuated among men, (blessed) memory :-- Gemynd ðín ðorhwunað in weoruld weorulde memoriale tuum permanet in saeculum saeculi, Ps. Srt. 101, 13 : 134, 13. Heora gemynd wunaþ, Bl. H. 171, 32. Gimynd (memoria) míno in gecneóreso woruldo. Rtl. 3, 34. Ic gedó þæt hira gemynd geswícð of eallum mannum, Deut. 32, 26. Ðæ-acute;re eádegan gemynde wer reverendae memoriae vir, Past. 173, 16. Ic ádílige Amaleches gemynd, Ex. 17, 14 : Chr. 979; P. 123, 20. Martira gemynd áreccan, Men. 69. V. something which serves to commemorate, a commemoration, memorial, (l) a material object :-- Betere is þæt se cásere . . . gecneówige æt ðæs fisceres gemynde, þonne se fiscere cneówige æt ðæs cáseres gemynde, Hml. Th. i. 578, 5-8. Tó þám gemynde (a memorial church) þæs hálgan Stephanes, ii. 26, 27. Þa stánas beóð hér tó gemynde (ad monumentum] Israéla bearnum, Jos. 4, 7: Bl. H. 189, 15. Wrít þis on béc tó gemynde scribe hoc ob monumentum in libro, Ex. 17, 14. Forlét hé his fét þæ-acute;r on þá eorþan besincan mannum tó écre gemynde. Bl. H. 127, 22. Wegan máððum tó gemyndum, B. 3016. Dryhtne in gemyndum, Gú. 186. Gé frætwæþ gemynde sóðfestra ornatis monumenta justorum, Mt. R. 23, 29. (2) a non-material object :-- Þæt ys mín nama and þæt ys mín gemynd (memoriale), Ex- 3, 15. Nú is seó mæsse þe man mæssað gemynd his þrowunge, Ll. Th. ii. 376, 13. V a. with reference to the dead, (1) commemoration service :-- On ðæt gerád þ-bar; mín gemynd mid him þý fæstlícor sió, and hió æ-acute;lce gére gemyndgien ðá tíde mínes forðsíðes, C. D. v. 186, 6. Tó his gemunde dege ad anniversarium ejus, Cht. Th. 493, 13. On þá gerád þe man [his] gemynd æfter his dege tó þæ-acute;re hálgan stówe dó in Wintanceastre, 158, 15. Tó tídsongum mín gemund dón, 159, 9. (2) annual commemoration of a saint :-- On ðone fíf and twéntegðan dæg ðæs mónðes bið Sce UNCERTAIN Urbanes gemynd, Shrn. 86, 9. Gemin[d] dóþ þæ-acute;re hálgon Margaretan memoriam beatissime Margaretae facile (Hml. A. 220, 426), Nar. 49, 16. VI. what puts in mind, a reminder, warning :-- Magon wé ús þis (the case just told) tó gemyndum habban, and þás bysene on úrum heortum staþelian, þ-bar; wé ne sceolan lufian worlde glengas tó swíþe, Bl. H. 113, 34. Þæt mæg æ-acute;ghwylcum men tÓ gemyndum módsnottera, Seel. 128. VII. mention, record :-- Ðræ-acute;les gódes and yfles gemynd áworden serui boni maliqne mentione facta, Lk. p. 7, 18. Him on gómum bið Godes gemynd exaltationes Dei in faucibus eorum, Ps. Th. 149, 6. Ic syngode mid gemynde þæs fácnes, þæ-acute;r nán næs, Hml. A. 135, 640. Gemind mentionem, i. memoriam, An. Ox. 4350. Mid þám cnihte þæs gemynd ic æ-acute;r bufan dyde cum puerulo, cujus superius memoriam feci, Gr. D. 112, 27. VIII. the action or state of thinking about, minding, heeding something, thought of (gen.] :-- Mága gemynd mód geondhweorfeð, Wand. 51. Hí unwære men áweniaþ from Godes gemynde, Bl. H. 61, 25. His gást áhwearf in Godes gemynd, Dan. 630 : Cri. 1537. Ic þín gemynd on módsefan begange memor fui tui, Ps. Th. 62, 6. Sé þe forhogaþ þ-bar; hé Godes bebodu healde oþþe æ-acute;nig gemynd hæbbe Drihtnes eáþmódnesse, Bl. H. 83, 16 : Fä. 63. Drihten sylle þé gemynd his beboda, Angl. xii. 516, 3: Hy. 4, 22. IX. mind, purpose :-- Næs him milde gemynd on módsefan, and hé þearfendra éhte non est recordatus facere misericordiam, et persecutus est hominem pauperem, Ps. Th. 108, 16. IX a. gemynd(e) habban to have a mind, be disposed, desire :-- Þá þe þæs gemynde mycle habbað, þæt heó his word efnan memoria retinentes mandata ejus, ut faciant ea, Ps. Th. 102, 17. X. the moral tendency, moral character :-- Sceal on leóht cuman sínra weorca wlite and worda gemynd and heortan gehygd fore heofona cyning, Cri. 1038. XI. mind, consciousness, intellect :-- On ferhðcofan fæste genearwod, móde and gemynde, þæt hé mægða síð wíne druncen gewitan ne meahte, Gen. 2604. On gemynd drepen stupefied, 1571. Monna gehwylcum þe gemynd hafað, Cri. 431. Hý láre bæ-acute;ron in his módes gemynd , Gú. 89. Hé sealde him snyttru on sefan gehygdum, mægen-fæste gemynd, 445: El. 1248. Þurh gemynda spéd, worde and gewitte, wÍse þance, Gen. 1957. XI a. in a personal sense :-- Críst eardað on þæ-acute;re dene eádmódnesse and on þám gemvnde wísdómes (in the person who has wisdom in his mind ?), for þám simle se wísa mon eall his líf læ-acute;t orsorh, Bt. 12 ; F. 36, 23. XII. the healthy state of the mental faculties, (sound) mind, v. ge-myndleás :-- Ne lét hé búton swilce hé of his gemynde wæ-acute;re, Hml. S. 23, 634. Hé wæs onwended of his sylfes gemyndum, Gr. D. 260, II. XII a. waking or normal consciousness :-- Gimynde biniming lithargiam, Wrt. Voc. ii. 53, 73, Se áwyrgeda gást swá swíþe hine drehte þæt hé his sylfes næ-acute;nig gemynd ne hæfde ab immundi spiritus violentia grassabatur, ita ut, quid esset, vel quo sederet, vel quid parabat facere, nesciret, Guth. Gr. 148, 4. v. efen-, fyrn-, gást-, geár-, in-, mis-, mód-, un-, úp-gemynd.

gemynd-beniming. Dele, and see ge-mynd; XII a.

gemynd-blíþe; adj. Happy from what one recollects (?), having happy memories (?). The word, however, glosses memoriale :-- Gemynd-blíþe memoriale, Ps. Spl. T. 101, 13.

gemynd-dæg. Add: the anniversary of a person's death :-- Scs UNCERTAIN Gregorius gemynddæg (March 12. Cf. On ðone twelftan dæg ðæs mónðes (March) bið Sce UNCERTAIN Gregories geleórnes, Shrn. 62, 18), Ll. Th. i. 92, 5.

gemynd-drepen. Dele, and see ge-mynd ; XI.

ge-mynde; adj. Mindful: -- Sécende blód heora gemynde hé is requirens sanguinem eorum recordatus est, Ps. L. 9, 13. Elenan wæs mód gemynde ymb þá mæ-acute;ran wyrd, El. 1064. v. in-gemynde.

ge-myndelic. Add: I. that deserves to be remembered, memorable :-- Him gelamp swýðe gemyndelic (valde memorabilis) wíse, Gr. D. 227, 3. Gehýr þú þás race be þám apostole and swíðe gemyndelic eallum geleáffullum, Æ-acute;lfc. T. Grn. 16, 13. II. that brings to mind, admonitory, hortatory, v. ge-myndiglic :-- Ðes cwyde mæg beón swýðe gemyndelic eallum þám þe . . . Godes folce riht bodian sculon, Wlfst. 283, 7. Gemindelic gehádedum mannum, 304, 2. Gemyndelice exortatoria, Wrt. Voc. ii. 145, 74. III. that preserves the memory of something :-- Gemyndelic memoriale, Bl. Gl. Eówres gemyndelican memoriale, Wrt. Voc. ii. 54, 31. Þá þrúh on gemyndelicre stówe hí gesetton sarcophagum in memoriale quoddam posuit, Guth. Gr. 169, 159.

ge-myndelíce. Add: by heart: -- Gemyndelíce memoriter, Wrt. Voc. ii. 145, 74. Sý án æ-acute;nlýpig ræ-acute;dincg geræ-acute;d gemyndelíce bútan béc (memoriter), R. Ben. 34, 12. Gemyndelíce bútan béc gecweden, 38, 10. Gemyndelíce bútan béc gesæ-acute;d ex corde recitatus, 34, i. Sý gecweden án ræ-acute;ding gemyndelíce bútan béc, 36, 20.