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384 GEÓGELERE--GEOLWE

v. l.) jamdudum, 4, 4; Sch. 370, 23. Bryten wæs lúgeára (originally higeára) Albion háten Brittania cui quondam Albion nomen fuit, 1, 1; Sch. 7, 6. Geógeára on ealdum spellum, Bt. 31, 1; F. 112, 15. Iúgére ealdum wítum, Exod. 33. v. æ-acute;r-geára.

geógelere. Substitute: A magician:--Fela þinga dydan þá geógeleras on Egypta land þurh drýcræft, Wlfst. 98, 9. Drýas, iúgeleras marsi, An. Ox. 4476. Iúgelera aruspicum, 4020: magorum, i. ariolorum, 4069: 4089.

geóguþ. l. geoguþ, and add: I. youth as a period or stage of existence:--Gód sceal wið yfele, geogoð sceal wið ylde sacan, Gn. C. 52. Ðínre giogeðe adulescentiae tu&e-hook;, Kent. Gl. 109. Ðæ-acute;re scame ðe ðú on iuguðe worhte confusionis adolescentiae tuae, Past. 207, 11. On geoguðe his earfoðsíð forspildan, on yldo eft eádig weorðan, Vy. 58: Wand. 35. On ælde &l-bar; on giogeðe, Ps. C. 142. Iuguðe (tenerrima) aetatula (infantis), An. Ox. 7, 198. Fram gebyrdtída iungan iugeðe ab cunabulorum teneritudine, 2843. Tó láre befæst sóna fram iugoðe, Hml. S. 6, 2. Fram mínre gugoðe a iuuentute mea, Ps. L. 70, 5. God scóp geoguðe and gumena dreám . . . Wintra rím gegæ-acute;ð in þá geoguðe, Gú. 466-470. I a. youth as the season of strength:--Bið geedniówad swé swé arn guguð (juuentus) ðín, Ps. Srt. 102, 5. Gigoð, Rtl. 169, 39. Þæ-acute;r is geogoð búton ylde, Bl. H. 65, 17. Ongan eldo gebunden gomel gúðwiga geoguðe cwíðan, hilde strengo, B. 2112. I b. youth as a period of immaturity:--Ðá ðe unmedome bióð tó ðæ-acute;re láre oððe for gioguðe oððe for unwísdóme, Past. 375, 19. Þá þe for geoguðe gyt ne mihton breóstnet werian, Exod. 235. Ic wæs on geoguðe, grame mé forhogedon adolescentior ego sum et contemtus, Ps. Th. 118, 141: El. 638. Ne forsió nán mon ðíne gioguðe (adolescentiam), Past. 385, 30. II. youthful qualities or nature:--Geogoðe indolis (ut puer indolis librorum disceret artes, Ald. 166, 33), Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 70: 80, 68. Gioguðe indolem (pubertatis), 85, 68. III. the young. (1) of persons:--Seó iuguð þe be þám wege wæs ácenned populus qui natus est in deserto, Jos. 5, 5. Sió geogoð (cf. geonge gúðræ-acute;s fornam, 1533) árás, An. 1636. Þeós fægre geogað forwurðan sceall, Hml. S. 4, 311. Seó yld hí gebæd, and seó iuguð wrát, Hml. Th. ii. 506, 21. Sécan hwilc þæ-acute;re geogoðe gleáwost wæ-acute;re, Dan. 81. Wé læ-acute;rað þ-bar; preóstas geoguðe geornlíce læ-acute;ran, Ll. Th. ii. 254, 25. Þá ealdan sceal earmlíce licgan æt hám hungre ácwolcne, and man sceal þá geoguðe geómorlíce læ-acute;dan gehæft . . . of heora éðle, Wlfst. 295, 17. (1 a) of persons in a subordinate position:--Ymbeóde ides Helminga duguðe and geogoðe dæ-acute;l æ-acute;ghwylcne, B. 621. (1 b) a person's young ones, children:--Nóe mid bearnum under bord gestáh gleáw mid geogoðe (Noah went in, and his sons, and his sons' wives, Gen. 7, 7), Gen. 1370. Hé geogoðe strýnde, suna and dohtra, 1152. Hé þá geogoðe wile árum healdan . . . mid góde gyldan wille uncran eaferan, B. 1181. (2) of animals:--Sý æ-acute;lcere geoguðe teóðung gelæ-acute;st be Pentecosten, Ll. Th. i. 262, 20: 306, 31: Wlfst. 116, 2. .i. lamb of geáres geogeðe, Ll. Th. i. 438, 23. .i. ticcen of geáres geogoðe, 28. (3) of plants:--Swá swá nýwlicra elebergena &l-bar; guogað elebeáma sicut nouelle oliuarum, Ps. L. 127, 3. v. cild-, cniht-, magu-geoguþ.

geoguþ-cnósl. Before Ic bíde add:--þæ-acute;r ic (a badger) wíc búge, bold mid bearnum.

geoguþ-hád. Add: juventa, adolescentia, pueritia, anni juveniles:--Iuguþhád juventa, Wrt. Voc. ii. 47, 73. Þá scylda mínes iugoðhádes (juventutis), Ps. Th. 24, 6. Gigoðhádes, Rtl. 167, 31. From gigoðháde mínum, Mk. R. 10, 20. Gigoðháda, Lk. R. 18, 21. In geogoðháde þæs líchaman costung wealleþ, and þonne fram þám fíftigoðan geáre cólað seó hæ-acute;te, Gr. D. 102, 21. Sé wæs þá gyt on his geogoðháde (in annis juvenilibus), 298, 25. Blíðsa, cniht on ðínum gioguðháde laetare, juvenis, in adolescentia tua, Past. 385, 34. On giohðháde, Kent. Gl. 1096. Fram geoguðháde a pueritia, Scint. 189, 17. Of eorðscræfe æ-acute;rist fremman, gáste onfón geoguðháde to arise from the grave, become alive and young, An. 783. Þá hwíle þe hit on cnihtháde biþ, and swá forþ eallne giogoþhád, Bt. 38, 5; F. 206, 24.

geoguþhádnes. Add:--Seó stów on þæ-acute;re þe þú þ-bar; fægereste werod on geogeðhádnesse (geoguð-, v. l.) gesáwe scínan locus iste in quo pulcherrimam hanc iuuentutem fulgere conspicis, Bt. 5, 12; Sch. 627, 19.

geoguþ-lust. Take here geogoþ-lust in Dict.

geoguþ-myru. Substitute: geoguþ-miru (-myru); gen. -miru, -mirwe; f. The tenderness of youth(?):--Ic þá wihte (a young bull) geseah wæ-acute;pnedcynnes geoguðmyrwe græ-acute;dig (hungry with the hunger of a young creature. Cf. græ-acute;dig applied to the hungry young of animals in Ps. Th. 103, 21:--León hwelpas sécað þæt him græ-acute;digum æ-acute;t God gedéme), Rä. 39, 2. [For second part of the compound cf. O. H. Ger. marawí, muruwí teneritudo.]

geohhol, gehhol, gehol, geól; n. pl. (cf. Icel.). Take here geól in Dict., and add:--Þý twelftan dæge ofer geohhel (geohol, ge(o)h(o)l (the o's above the line), geochol, v. ll.) epifaniae, Bd. 4, 19; Sch. 443, 9. On Gehhol (Geól, Geohhol, v. ll.), Ll. Th. i. 64, 23. On Gehhol (-el, v. l.), 92, 3. .xl. nihta æ-acute;r geólum (middan wintra, úres Dryhtnes gebyrdtíde, v. ll.) xl. diebus ante Natale Domini, ii. 162, 12. [Bugge connects the word (primitive form jehuela) with Latin joculus.?

geohhol-dæg. Take here Geóhel-dæg (l. geohel-) in Dict., and add:--Se æ-acute;rysta dæg in natale domini, ðæt is æ-acute;rysta geohheldæg, Shrn. 144, 17. [In ane &yogh;eoldæie (holy day, 2nd MS.), Laym. 22737. Þe þrittennde da&yogh;&yogh; fra &yogh;olda&yogh;&yogh;, Orm. 11063. Cf. Icel. jóla-dagr.]

geohhol-mónaþ, es; m. December:--Iúlmónaþ Decembris, Chr. P. 280, margin. [Icel. jól-mánuðr.] v. geóla.

geohsa. v. gesca.

geoht, es; n. Substitute: A yoke of oxen, a pair of horses:--Se ceorl sé þe hæfð óðres geoht (oxan, v. l.) áhýrod, Ll. Th. i. 140, 8. Iuht subiugales, uiles æquos (indomitos bigarum subiugales, Ald. 30, 12), An. Ox. 7, 135: uiles æquas, Angl. xv. 205, 101. [Cf. O. H. Ger. alle kiioht omnes jugales (curruum).] v. hýr-geoht.

geó-hwílum formerly, of old:--Þeáh ic geóhwílum gecóplíce funde, ic nú misfó, Bt. 2; F. 4, 8. Cf. ær-hwílum.

geól. v. geohhol: geola. v. geolo.

Geóla. Take here Iúla in Dict., and add:--Ianuarius, þ-bar; is on úre geðeóde se æftera Geóla; þ-bar; bið se æ-acute;resta geáres mónað mid Rómwarum and mid ús, Shrn. 47, 15. Ianuarius . . . on Englisc se æfterra Geóla, Lch. ii. 214, 20.

ge-ólæ-acute;can. v. ge-óleccan: geole. v. geolo.

ge-óleccan, -læ-acute;can. Substitute: I. to caress, treat with gentleness:--God hwílon ús geólæ-acute;ht, and hwílon eác beswingð, Hml. Th. ii. 330, 2. II. to flatter:--Þonne synfulle menn óðre heora gelícan mid derigendlicere herunge geólæ-acute;cað, Hml. Th. i. 494, 4. III. of things, to charm, allure:--Geólæ-acute;hte, gladode demulcet (blandimentorum lenitas), An. Ox. 3004. Swylce ðá woruldsæ-acute;lþa wæ-acute;ron ðá hí ðé mæ-acute;st geólectan talis erat fortuna, cum blandiebatur, Bt. 7, 1; S. 15, 28.

geolhstor. v. geolstor.

geolo(-u); gen. geolwes; n. I. a yellow colour:--Gelu, gelo crocus, Txts. 50, 242. Geolo, Wrt. Voc. i. 288, 47. Geolu, ii. 17, 13: 137, 9. II. yellow material, yolk of an egg:--Dó on hunig æ-acute;ges geola, Lch. ii. 130, 12. [Cf. O. H. Ger. gelo aurugo.] v. æ-acute;ger-geolu.

geolo; adj. Add: The word glosses aureus, croceus, flaveus, flavus, fulvus, gilvus, luteus, libosus, melinus, rubens, rubeus, rubicundus, succinaceus, venetus, lutei coloris:--Gelu, geolu flavum, Txts. 62, 432: gilvus, 64, 458. Geolu, geholu venetum, 104, 1064. Geolu fulvus vel flavus, Wrt. Voc. i. 77, 1: flabum, ii. 35, 67: melinum, 59, 36: melinum vel croceum, i. 22, 3: succinaceus vel croceus vel flavus, 46, 52: lutei coloris, ii. 137, 9: croceus, i. rubicundus, rubeus, 10: fuluum, flavum, splendidum, nigrum, Wülck. Gl. 245, 35. Giolu aureus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 10, 30. Geola swylce twymylte wex fex flaua cesaries, An. Ox. 4462: Wrt. Voc. ii. 149, 19. Geolwum croceo, An. Ox. 50, 10. Gioluwre crocea, Wrt. Voc. ii. 17, 14. Genim geoluwne stán, Lch. i. 374, 14. Goelu godueb, Txts. 151, 10. Geolewra flauentium, i. rubentium (fauorum), An. Ox. 1667. Geolewum andweorcum fuluis metallis, Wülck. Gl. 245, 36. Geolwum oððe deorcum fulvis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 34, 64. Þá giolwan groceos (croceos Titan radios diffundit, Ald. 165), 92, 59. Ðá giolwan libosas, 52, 61. [In the following instances the glosses seem to refer to other words than those given:--Þám geolwum lutea (Aurora in fulvis . . . lutea bigis; the gloss applies to fulvis), Wrt. Voc. ii. 93, 56: lautea, 52, 60. Geole flýs setosa vellera; the gloss seems determined by a later line, Croceo mutavit vellera luto, Ald. 75. Cf. the erroneous gloss to this line in Wrt. Voc. ii. 87, 31 crocea þá geolwan.] ¶ used substantively (cf. preceding word):--Genim æ-acute;ges þ-bar; geoluwe, Lch. ii. 22, 19. ¶ seó geolwe ádl jaundice:--Wiþ þæ-acute;re geolwan ádle, Lch. ii. 106, 14: 172, 24: 294, 6. Of gealádle sió biþ of þæ-acute;re geolwan, 106, 14.

geolo-ádl. Dele, and see preceding word: geolo-blác. Dele, and see geolwe.

geolo-hwít. Add: White with a tinge of yellow:--Geoluhwít gilvus, Wrt. Voc. i. 46, 44. Gioluhwít, ii. 42, 12.

geolo-reád. Add: red with a tinge of yellow:--Þæt giolureáde lutea, Wrt. Voc. ii. 53, 8. Þá giolureádan crocata, 20, 19. v. geolwe.

geolstor, gelostr, gillister, es; n.: geolstor, e; gillistre, an; f. Take here geolhstor in Dict., and add:--Gelostr supuratio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 121, 74. Geolstor tabo, i. sanie, An. Ox. 2, 228. Þonne yrnð þ-bar; gillister út, Lch. ii. 24, 18. Weaxeð sió yfele gillestre and þ-bar; yfele blód, 148, 6. Hreófligum wyrmse (geolstre) elephantino tabo, i. sanie, An. Ox. 3585. Geol(s)ter uirus (acc.), 4855. Wyrms, geolstre uirus (atrum ueneni uirus infundentia), 4991. Læ-acute;te flówan of þám nebbe þá gillistran, Lch. ii. 18, 17. Þá gilstre, iii. 2, 13. Swiling wið gillistrum tó heáfdes hæ-acute;lo, ii. 2, 3. [O. L. Ger. gillistra; f.: gillistr; n.]

geolstrig. Substitute: I. poisonous:--Mánfulra æ-acute;ttrig &l-bar; geolstri wyrta sæp dirorum uirulentus, i. uenenatus graminum suc(c)us, An. Ox. 1849. II. full of corrupt matter, purulent:--Geolstri purulentus, An. Ox. 2, 403. Mid geolstrigum wundum purulentis uulneribus, 5361. Iulstrie purulentas, 4, 30: 7, 111.

geolwe, geole; adv. With a yellow tinge:--Se andwlita biþ geolwe blác (cf. hire andwlita biþ reáde wan, 19) the face is pale with a tinge of yellow (sallow), Lch. ii. 348, 16. Geole reád vel geole crog flavum, i. fulvum, rubeum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 149, 15.