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GOD-ÆPPLE--GODCUNDLIC 479

gód æt him begitan móte, Ps. Th. 121, 9: Gen. 2420. Gif wé gód underféngon of Godes handa, hwí ne sceole wé eác yfel underfón ?, Hml. Th. ii. 452, 31. (2) goodness, virtue, excellence:--Gif hit gewurþ þæt se anweald becume tó gódum men, hwæt biþ ðæ-acute;r lícwyrþe búton his gód, nas ðæs anwealdes? . . . hit biþ ðæs monnes gód, nas ðæs anwealdes, Bt. 16, 2; F. 50, 14-19. God simle biþ full gód, and þ-bar; his good and sió his gesæ-acute;lþ him náhwonan útane ne cóm, 34, 7; F. 144, 20. (3) prosperous condition, well-being, good estate. (a) as a condition actually existing:--Unryhtlicu iersung is ðæt mon iersige on óðerne for his góde (on account of his prosperity), Past. 189, 8. Gif ðú hwene gesihst geðeón on góde . . . gif him hwæt mistímað, Hex. 44, 29. Forlæ-acute;t ðæt ðú næbbe tó óðres mannes góde andan, Prov. K. 33. (b) as a condition to be produced:--Hé dyde swá mycel tó góde intó þ-bar; mynstre of Burh on golde and on seolfre swá néfre nán óðre ne dyde, Chr. 1066; P. 198, 16. Gemiltsa þín mód mé tó góde, Hy. 2, 2. Tó bealwe . . . tó góde, Cri. 1107: Verc. Först. 129, 28. For góde, R. Ben. 116, 20. Weard of heofonum þæt mód in ðæs gæ-acute;stes gód georne trymede, Gú. 78. (4) good, benefit resulting from something:--Heora nán him ne mehte bión náne góde (on nánum góde, v. l.), Ors. 6, 30; S. 282, 19. Cweþaþ cræftige men þ-bar; him þ-bar; tó góde cume, Lch. i. 88, 19. (5) tó góde (ge)dón to act so as to bring about a good result, to do good:--Hé ne mihte nán ðing tó góde gedón bona facere non poterat, Hml. Th. i. 534, 7. Ðeáh se mann ælmessan wyrce and fela tó góde gedó, 528, 29. Nán man ne déð bútan Gode nán ðing tó góde, 292, 36. Ásolcennys déð þæt ðám men ne lyst nán ðing tó góde gedón, ac gæ-acute;ð him ásolcen fram æ-acute;lcere dugeðe, ii. 220, 23: Chr. 81; P. 8, 8. II. a particular thing that is good. (1) something, material or non-material, that it is an advantage to attain or to possess:--Of ðæ-acute;re sóþan gesæ-acute;lþe cumað ealle ðá óþre gód . . . þá fíf gód . . . þ-bar; is anweald and weorþscipe and foremæ-acute;rnes and genyht and blis, Bt. 34, 6; F. 140, 16-23. Ealle þá líchamlican gód, 24, 3; F. 84, 5. Þú mé noldest þanc witan mínra góda (my good gifts), Wlfst. 261, 10: Ph. 624: Cri. 1400: Gen. 546: Ps. Th. 102, 2. Þæt folc ne cúðe ðæ-acute;ra góda þæt hí cwæ-acute;don þæt hé God wæ-acute;re, ac sæ-acute;don þæt hé wítega wæ-acute;re the people did not know of the advantages they had, to wit that they might call him God, but said he was a prophet, Hml. Th. i. 190, 31. Nát hé þára góda, þæt hé mé ongeán sleá, rand geheáwe he knows not of such advantages as striking at me, hewing my shield (Grendel could not do these things as he had no sword), B. 681. Weán dreógan, góda bedæ-acute;led, Sat. 186. Fremde from eallum ðæ-acute;m gódum þe þú ús gegearwodest, Bl. H. 233, 32. Hingriende hé mid gódum gefylde, Lk. 1, 53: B. 1861. Ðaette gé fore uueorolde sién geblitsade mid ðém weoroldcundum gódum and hiora sáula mid ðém godcundum gódum, C. D. i. 293, 35. (1 a) (the highest) good; summum bonum:--Swá hwæt swá æ-acute;ghwelc man ofer ealle óþre þing swíþost lufaþ, þ-bar; biþ his héhste gód . . . Ne onsace ic náuht þ-bar; þá gesæ-acute;lþa and seó eádignes sié þæt héhste gód þises andweardan lífes, Bt. 24, 3; F. 84, 11-15: 34, 3; F. 138, 5. (2) a good quality, virtue:--Críst ús æ-acute;lces gódes bysene onstealde, Bl. H. 29, 7. Hí sceolon ðæ-acute;re sýfernysse gód bodian, Hml. A. 146, 60. (3) a good deed:--Þý læ-acute;s hé æ-acute;nig þára góda forylde þe hé þý dæge gedón mihte, Bl. H. 213, 24. Þá gód dón þe ús Godes béc læ-acute;raþ, þæt is fæsten . . . and ælmessylena, 73, 26: 101, 22. Hé ne mihte dón þá gód þe hine man læ-acute;rde, Gr. D. 324, 9: Past. 87, 4. Þæt wé bugon fram yfele and dón góda (bona), Coll. M. 33, 9. (3 a) of the services of the church:--Ðættæ mon unce tíde geuueorðiae on godcundum gódum and æ-acute;c on aelmessan, C. D. i. 292, 32: 293, 3. Ic bidde hígon ðette hié ðás godcundan gód gedón fore hiora sáwlum, ðaet éghwilc messeprióst gesinge twá messan . . . and aeghwilc diácon áréde twá passione . . . Aec ic biddo hígon ðaet gé mé gemynen mid suilce godcunde góde suilce iów cynlic ðynce, 293, 28-294, 1. (4) property, wealth, goods:--Sum tó lyt hafað gódes græ-acute;dig, Sal. 344. Þ-bar; gé of mínum ágenum góde (mínes ágenes æ-acute;htes, v. l.) ágifan þá teóðunga æ-acute;gðer ge on cwicum ceápe ge on þæs geáres eorðwæstmum . . . and þá biscopas þ-bar; ilce dón on heora ágenum góde, Ll. Th. i. 194, 5-9. Yrfes hyrde góde mæ-acute;re, Gen. 2198: B. 1952. Hí læ-acute;ddon Loth and leóda gód, súðmonna sinc, Gen. 2016. Hé þæ-acute;r mycel gód tó gegaderode, Chr. 1065; P. 191, 24. (4 a) in pl., goods:--Ne gold ne seolfor ne þínra góda nán . . . ne þín boldwela ne nán þára góda þe þú iú áhtest, Seel. 58-60. Þ-bar; wé gefyllon þæs þearfan wambe mid úrum gódum, Bl. H. 39, 30. Of hígna geménum gódum aet hám mon geselle .cxx. gesuflra hláfa, C. D. i. 293, 16. Þú hæfst mycele gód (feolo gódo, L., feolu góda, R., multa bona), Lk. 12, 19. v. feoh-, un-, unrím-, weorold-gód.

gód-æpple. Substitute: gód-æppel a quince:--Goodaeppel citonium, Wrt. Voc. ii. 104, 9. Gódæppel (the MS. has the accent), 14, 36. Cf. cod-æppel.

god-bearn. Add:--Godfæder his godbearn lufie and læ-acute;re, Wlfst. 74, 13. Beóð heó rihtlice ealswá hý genamode beóð, godfæderas, gif hý heora godbearn Gode gestrýnað, 121, 5.

god-borh. Substitute: A pledge confirmed by an appeal to God, one that is accompanied by the formulae of religion:--Be godborgum (-borhgum, v. l.). Gif hwá óðerne godborges oncunne and tión wille þ-bar; hé hwelcne ne gelæ-acute;ste þára þe hé him gesealde if any one bring against another a charge in the matter of a pledge whose validity was confirmed by invoking the name of the Deity (where solemn formulae were used to give validity. Cf. the formulae pp. 178-182 beginning on þone Drihten, on Ælmihtiges Godes naman, on lifiendes Godes naman), and will accuse him that he do not carry out any of the pledges that he gave him, Ll. Th. i. 82, 4-6.

god-bót, an. l. god-bót, e.

god-cund. Add: I. of or pertaining to God:--Godcund andgit and godcund foretiohhung, Bt. 39, 4; F. 216, 31. Se godcunda anweald, 16, 4; F. 58, 13. Ðá ðe sió godcundde stefn ðreáde, Past. 91, 7. Þæs godcundan mægenþrymmes, Bl. H. 103, 3. On þæ-acute;re godcundan dæ-acute;de (the deed done by Christ), 215, 28. Godcund gecynd diuinam naturam, Mk. p. 2, 3. Hí heora mód neár godcundum ðingum læ-acute;taþ, Bt. 40, 7; F. 242, 26. II. given by or proceeding from God, having the sanction of or inspired by God. (1) of things. (a) a law, command, doctrine, &c.:--Godcundre spæ-acute;ce oraculorum, i. diuinorum eloquiorum, An. Ox. 1531. Godcundre gesettnesse diuine sanctionis, 423; 1628. Mid þon worde þæs godcundan gewrites, Bl. H. 33, 20. Onbryrde tó godcundre láre, 23. Þæ-acute;re godcundan æ-acute; gehýrsume, 163, 3. On þám godcundan gebede in the Lord's Prayer, Ll. Th. i. 372, 28. Þá godcundan láre gehýran . . . þæ-acute;r mon þ-bar; godspel sægþ, Bl. H. 47, 28. Sum mæg godcunde reccan ryhte æ-acute;, Cri. 670. Godcundra beboda, Bl. H. 37, 8. On godcundum bócum God beád þ-bar; . . ., Bt. 41, 3; F. 246, 32. (b) a benefit, good, &c.:--Biddan ðone godcundan fultum, Bt. 33, 3; F. 126, 34. Hié helpe findað, godcunde gife, El. 1033. Þá sint tó tellanne tó godcundan gódum, . . . God hí gesceóp tó gemágum, Bt. 24, 3; F. 82, 30. Geweorþod mid godcundum geofum, Bl. H. 133, 3: Gen. 2810. Mid godcundum wuldrum, Bl. H. 125, 17. (2) of persons:--Godcunde bydelas, Ll. Th. i. 424, 17. ¶ having the sanction of the church, prescribed by the church:--Eów manaþ eówer láreów þæt gé hýrsumian godcundum lárum (divinis disciplinis), Coll. M. 35, 35. Wæ-acute;ron woroldwitan þe gesettan tó godcundan rihtlagan worldlaga, Ll. Th. i. 334, 22: 348, 13: ii. 242, 13. Æ-acute;ghwylc crísten man unrihthæ-acute;med forbúge and godcunde laga rihtlíce healde, i. 306, 25: 364, 18. III. devoted to God, of persons, worship, service, dues, &c., belonging to the church. (1) of persons:--Godcunde hádas wæ-acute;ron nú lange swíðe forsawene those in holy orders have now for long been despised, Wlfst. 158, 9. Micelne sinoð æ-acute;gðer ge godcundra háda ge woruldcundra a great synod of churchmen and laymen, Ll. Th. i. 244, 3. Þ-bar; hí godcundum láreówan hýran, 326, 14: 424, 7. (2) of worship, services, &c., of the church:--Ic biddo hígon ðaet gé mé gemynen mid suilce godcunde góde suilce iów cynlic ðynce I pray that you have such a memorial service for me as may seem to you fitting, C. D. i. 294, 1. Mid godcundan scrifte, Ll. Th. ii. 240, 15. On godcundan scriftan and woruldcundan steóran, i. 328, 19: 412, 11. Ðæt mon hiora tíd geuueorðiae mid godcundum gódum . . . Ic bidde hígon ðette hié ðás godcundan gód gedón . . . ðaet &e-hook;ghwilc messepriost gesinge twá messan . . . ond &e-hook;ghwilc Godes ðiów gesinge twá fíftig, C. D. i. 293, 1-33. Godes þeówum þe þá cyrican mid godcundum dreámum weorþiað, Bl. H. 41, 27. Godcunde lác bringan, 47, 4. Godcund gebed, Lch. ii. 140, 21. Godcunde gebedo prayers addressed to God, Wlfst. 240, 16. (3) of dues, penalties, discipline, &c.:--Gif hwá forwyrne godcunde gerihta de ecclesiae debita vi detinente. Gif hwá mid wíge godcundra gerihta forwyrne, Ll. Th. i. 404, 4-6: 170, 7. Tó godcundre bóte gebúgan, 166, 15. Swá mid godcundre bóte swá mid woruldcundre steóre, 328, 3. Æ-acute;r hé hæbbe godcunde bóte underfangen, 248, 24. Tó godcundan neódan for the needs of the church, 328, 9. Bisceope gebyreð æ-acute;lc rihting ge on godcundan þingan ge on woruldcundan, ii. 312, 9. III a. of a heathen deity:--Þonne móton hié gongan in þone godcundan (cf. þone hálgan bearo, 29, 23) bearo (diuinum lucum), Nar. 27, 10. On þá godcundan stówe, 31, 15. IV. partaking of the nature of God, spiritual:--Ðæ-acute;m godcundan heáhstan anagogen, Wrt. Voc. ii. 9, 7. Bisceopas þe godcunde heorda bewarian sceolan þ-bar; se wódfreca werewulf tó fela ne ábíte of godcundre heorde, Ll. Th. i. 374, 29-31. Bodian godcunde þearfe predicare spiritualem utilitatem, 424, 18. Bodian and bysnian godcunde þearfe (spirituale proficuum), 374, 21: 332, 30. Habban godcunde blisse and eác worldcunde, Bl. H. 83, 20. Sé ðe wille godcundne wísdóm sécan, Bt. 12; F. 36, 9. Ðaette gé fore uueorolde sién geblitsade mid ðém weoroldcundum gódum and hiora sáula mid ðém godcundum gódum, C. D. i. 293, 36. In godcundum gæ-acute;stgerýnum, Gú. 219. IV a. celestial, heavenly. (1) coming from heaven:--Coludes burh forbarn mid godcundum fýre, Chr. 679; P. 39, 6. (2) belonging to heaven:--Hé næ-acute;fre næ-acute;nige godcunde englas næfde búton hundlice englas, Bl. H. 181, 28. V. that makes godlike:--Þæ-acute;re godcundre besceáwunga deifice contemplations (v. Ald. 11, 5), Wrt. Voc. ii. 139, 62.

godcundlic. Add: I. of God:--For his godcundlicum anwealde hé is æ-acute;ghwæ-acute;r andweard, Bt. 42; F. 258, 11. II. proceeding from God, inspired by God:--Godcundlicum wordum (with words from the Scriptures) heó hyre bearn læ-acute;rde, Lch. iii. 428, 28. III. devoted