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480 GODCUNDLÍCE -- GÓDNES

to God, religious :-- Godcundlicere drohtnunge diuin&e-hook; conuersationis, An. Ox. 2566. IV. partaking of the nature of God :-- Gé hwæthwega godcundlices on eówerre sáule habbaþ, Bt. 14, 2; F. 44, 24. IV a. spiritual :-- Godcundlic theoricam, i. contemplatiuam, An. Ox. 2516. IV b. celestial, heavenly :-- Óþre hwíle hé smeáþ ymb þis eorþlice líf, óþre hwíle ymb þ-bar; godcundlice, Bt. 39, 7; F. 222, 5. Ealle godcundlice gesceafta standað on Drihtnes gewealdum, Hml. A. 154, 61. V. that makes godlike :-- Godcundlicere deifice, An. Ox. 705.

godcundlíce. Add: I. of action by the Deity, by God, from heaven :-- Þá cóm micel wæl and moncwild godcundlíce (diuinitus) sended, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 357, 22. Hé wæs godcundlíce (diuinitus) gefultumod, 4, 24; Sch. 482, 2. II. in respect to religion or to the church, ecclesiastically :-- Ne sín ealle circan ná gelícre mæ-acute;ðe worldlíce wyrðe, þeáh hí godcundlíce habban hálgunge gelíce, Ll. Th. i. 340, 27: 360, 17.

godcund-meaht (?) divine majesty :-- In seðel godcunndmæhtes his in sede majestatis suae, Mt. L. 19, 28. Ofer seðel godcundmæht his, 25, 31, Mið mægne menigo and godcundmæht cum virtute multa et majestate, 24, 30.

godcundnys. Add: I. the quality of being divine. (1) in a general sense :-- Hú ne hæfdon wé æ-acute;r gereaht þ-bar; ðá gesæ-acute;lþa and sió godcundnes án wæ-acute;re? ... swá wé cweðað þ-bar; þ-bar; sié God þe þá godcundnesse hæfð and ðá gesæ-acute;lða, and æ-acute;lc gesæ-acute;lig bið God beatitudo uero est ipsa divinitas ... divinitatem adeptos, Deos fieri necesse est. Omnis igitur beatus, Deus, Bt. 34, 5; S. 85, 27-86, 1. (2) of the persons of the Trinity :-- His godcundnyss wæs on þæ-acute;re menniscnysse tó ánum sóðan Críste ... æ-acute;fre unbegunnen on ðæ-acute;re godcundnysse, Hml. A. 25, 23. Ðeós is seó hálige þrynnys ... on ánre godcundnysse æ-acute;fre wunigende, on ánum mægenþrymme and on ánum gecynde, 2, 24: 26, 56: 59, 199. Arrius wolde wanian Crístes godcundnysse, 198: 152, 17: 155, 84, II. a divine being :-- Hit is gecynd ðæ-acute;re godcundnesse þ-bar; hió mæg beón ungemenged wið óþre gesceafta búton óþerra gesceafta fultume, swá swá nán óþer gesceaft ne mæg, ne mæg nán óþer gesceaft be him selfum bión ea est divinae forma substantiae, ut neque in externa dilabatur, nec in se externum aliquid ipsa suscipiat, Bt. 35, 5; F. 166, 4-7. Mé þincþ þ-bar; þú hwerfest ymbúton sume wunderlice spræ-acute;ce ymbe þá ánfealdnesse þáre godcundnesse an mirabilem quendam divinae simplicitatis orbem complicas?, F. 164, 18. Be þám dæ-acute;le þe sió mennisce gesceádwísnes mæg ongitan ðá godcundnesse, 39, 10; F. 226, 28. III. divine service :-- Ic wille ðet ðá híwan á hwílæ ðæ-acute; crístendóm sié fullícæ mid hira godcundnessæ for mé sién uolo ut familia ... quamdiu christianitas permanserit sint illi met intercessores ad Dominum, C. D. v. 218, 32. Ne preóst ne forlæ-acute;te his godcundnesse, Ll. Th. ii. 354, 2. III a. a pious offering :-- Gif hwá þ-bar; fæsten áberan ne mæg ðe his scrift him tæ-acute;cð, him ys álýfed þ-bar; hé mót his fæsten álýsan mid godcundnysse and mid his worldæ-acute;hton (pieiate et mundanis suis possessionibus); þ-bar; is þonne, gif hé byð welig, sylle for .xii. mónða fæstene xxx scillinga, Ll. Th. ii. 220, 27. IV. a quality that is consonant with Deity, a godlike quality :-- Ðeós wyrt hæfð sume wundorlice godcundnesse, þ-bar; is þonne þ-bar; hyre blósman hý æfter þæ-acute;re sunnan ryne wendað, Lch. i. 152, 24.

gód-dæ-acute;d. Add: I. a good deed, virtuous action :-- Sume synd ealles tó ídele æ-acute;lcere góddæ-acute;de, Ll. Th. ii. 322, 13. Þín sáwl sceal wunian oððe on wíte for þínum gyltum oððe on blisse for þinum góddæ-acute;dum, Wlfst. 248, 6. For þám his góddæ-acute;dum (almsgiving), Gr. D. 320, 20. Þeáw is þ-bar; hi æfæstiað óþra manna góddæ-acute;da mos est invidere aliis virtutis bonum, 117, 5. II. a benefit; Ps. Th. 77, 13.

god-dohtor. Add :-- 'Ic þé wille biddan, Drihten, þ-bar; þ-bar; wæter gewurðe mé tó fulluhtes bæðe' ... 'Ic eom þín godfæder and þú mín goddohtor', Hml. A. 178, 298. Sum geréfman wæ-acute;re þára þe onfénge ánum mægdene æt fullwihte ... hé bæd þá ylcan his goddohter, þ-bar; heó mid him þá niht wunode, Gr. D. 308, 17.

gód-dónd, -dénd. Substitute: gód-dónd, -dóend, es; m. I. one who does good, one who acts righteously :-- Næs þá góddóend, sé þe God wiste non est qui faciat bonum, Ps. Th. 52, 2. II. one who does good to another, a benefactor :-- Þá neát ongitað hira gðddénd, El. 359. Cf. yfel-dónd.

góde-lic, gode-webb. v. gód-lic, god-webb.

god-fæder. Add: I. a godfather :-- Se godfæder wæs þæs cildes forspreca and borh wið God, Hml. Th. ii. 50, 17: 52, 4-15. Godfæder his godbearn lufie, Wlfst. 74, 13. Petrus wæs his (St. Mark's) godfæder and hine Gode gestrýnde, and hé lange folgode his fulluhtfædere Petre, Hml. S. 15, 143. Ic eom þín godfæder and þú mín goddohtor, Hml. A. 178, 297. Ðá unsprecendan cild beóð gehealdene on ðam fulluhte ðurh geleáfan þæs fæder and þæ-acute;re móder and þæs foresprecendan godfæder, Hml. Th. ii. 116, 16; 52, 2. Beóð þá þe cildes onfón rihtlíce ... godfæderas, gif hý heora godbearn Gode gestrýnað, Wlfst. 121, 4. II. God the Father :-- Godfæder efenlæ-acute;cend Dei Patris imitator, Scint. 13, 11. S&c-tilde;a Maria is Godfæder snoru, Shrn. 118, 6. S&c-tilde;a Maria onféng on hire bósm Godfæder sunu, Bl. H. 5, 33: 29, 27. Se ilca Sunu wæs ácenned fram Godfæder, 31, 25, Hé fram Godfæder ásended wæs and eft tó Godfæder féran wolde a Deo exivit et ad Deum vadit, Hml. A. 154, 77.

god-frécnes (?), v. god-wrecnes.

god-fyrht. Add :-- Ioachim wæs godfyrht man, Hml. A. 118, 42. Þá synna yrnað æfter þæ-acute;re earman sáwle and hire tó cweðað ... 'Wé wéndon þæt þú wæ-acute;re godfyrht, ac þú hæfdest deófles geþanc, Wlfst. 240, 27. [v. N. E. D. god-fright. Cf. O. H. Ger. got-forht timoratus.]

god-gespræ-acute;ce. Substitute: god-gespræ-acute;ce, es; n. An oracle :-- Wæs þis godgespræ-acute;ce (-sprec, -spræcen, -sprecen, v. ll.) þisses gemetes erat oraculum huiusmodi, Bd. 2, 12; Sch. 152, 12. Æfter þám godgespræ-acute;ce (-sprece, þæ-acute;re gódan spræ-acute;ce, þám gódgesprece [the MS. has the accent], v. ll.) iuxta oraculum, Sch. 161, 15. Cf. godcund; II. 1, god-spræ-acute;ce.

god-gesprec (gód- ?). See preceding word, and god-sprec.

god-gesprecen, -spræcen [cf. O. H. Ger. ge-sprochaní]. v. god-gespræ-acute;ce.

god-gild. Add: a rite or practice of a heathen religion :-- Godgildum ceremoniis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 23, 65: Lupercalibus, 50, 40. Se déma stód æt his godgyldum and deóflum onsægdnesse bær judex aris adsistebat, ac daemonibus hostias offerebat, Bd. 1, 7; Sch. 21, 1. Hé heora godgieldum eallum wiðsóc and hié æfter þæ-acute;m mid ealle tówearp cunctam Aegypti religionem abominatus, ceremonias ejus et templa deposuit, Ors. 2, 5; Swt. 78, 4.

godgild-lic; adj. Of heathen worship :-- Godgildlicere phanaticae, Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 67.

gódian. Add: I. intrans. To be or to become good, be prosperous. Cf. gód; III. 1. (1) with a noun as subject :-- Eówer kynedóm gódað þurh heora gódan geearnunga. Hml. S. 5, 444. Hié beóð suíðe ungesæ-acute;lige, ðonne hié yfeliað for ðæ-acute;m ðe óðre menn gódigað (gódiað, v. l.) quantae infelicitatis sint, qui melioratione proximi deteriores fiunt, Past. 231, 19. (2) with hit as subject :-- Wolde man geswícan þára mándæ-acute;da, þonne gódade hit sóna if people would cease to do evil, then would it soon be well with us, Wlfst. 243, 21. Hý águnnon ræ-acute;des gýman and hit ágann mid heom gódian, 14, 14. II. trans. (1) the object a person, (a) to make good, to give an appearance of being good :-- Gé wæ-acute;ron þá þe eów sylfe gódiaþ (rihtwísiað, v. l.) beforan mannum vos estis qui justificatis vos coram hominibus, Gr. D. 40, 10. (b) to endow, furnish with (α) a material good :-- Gódede indemtam (cirris crispantibus), Hpt. Gl. 513, 77. (β) non-material :-- Mattheus ... þæt is Donatus, on Englisc 'Forgifen' oððe 'Gegódod.' God hine gódode swá þæt hé hine áwende of tollere tó apostol, Hml. Th. ii. 468, 15. (2) the object a thing, material or non-material, (a) to set right, put in good order :-- Gódiað eówre ágene wegas and ealle eówre dæ-acute;da, Wlfst. 49, 29. Á hé mæig findan hwæt hé mæig on byrig bétan ... hús gódian, ... hegas gódian, Angl. ix. 262, 15-20. (b) to endow :-- Ðá bohte se abbot landes feola and gódede þ-bar; mynstre, Chr. 963; P. 117, 23. (c) to make abundant, accumulate. Cf. gód; V. 3 :-- Gódende cumulantem, i. multiplicantem, An. Ox. 1932. [v. N. E. D. good; vb.] v. ge-gódian.

god-lic; adj. God-like, divine :-- Þæ-acute;re godlican besceáwunga deifice contemplationis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 139, 61. Godlicum dealibus, i. deificis. 81. v. god-cund.

gód-lic. Add :-- Gódelic pulchra, Germ. 394, 266.

gód-líf, es; n. A good, virtuous life :-- Waltear swíðe gðdlífes man, Chr. 1095; P. 232, 5. [Cf. Icel. góð-lifi, -lifnaðr a good life.]

god-módor. Add :-- Godmódra matrenas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 57, 69.

gódnes. Add: I. the quality or condition of being good :-- Óðer biþ se mon, þ-bar; biþ sáwl and líchoma, óðer biþ his gódnes; þá gegæderaþ God and eft ætgædre gehelt, Bt. 34, 3; F. 136, 33. Swá swá manna goodnes hí áhefþ ofer þá menniscan gecynd cum ultra homines quemque provehere sola probitas possit, 37, 4; F. 192, 8. II. goodness in one's relations to others. (1) as an attribute of the Deity :-- Se Hæ-acute;lend þæt hungrige folc mildheortlíce fédde, æ-acute;gðer ge þurh his gódnysse ge þurh his mihte. Hwæt mihte seó gódnys ána, búton ðæ-acute;r wæ-acute;re miht mid þæ-acute;re gódnysse?, Hml. Th. i. 184, 19. Is swíþe sweotol þ-bar;te God æ-acute;ghwæs wealt mid þæ-acute;m helman his gódnesse Deus omnia bonitatis clauo gubernare jure creditur, Bt. 35, 5; F. 160, 15. Hí þancodon Gode eallre his gódnysse, Hml. S. 25, 361. For þínre gódnesse, Drihten, þú eart swéte universae viae Domini misericordia, Ps. Th. 24, 8. (2) of men, kindness, benevolence :-- Hwæt is gód willa búton gódnys, þæt hé óðres mannes ungelimp besárgige, and on his gesundfulnysse fægnige?, Hml. Th. i. 584, 5. III. advantage, benefit, profit; useful object :-- Hwæt sind ðá gód þe men syllað heora cildum? Hwílwendlice gódnyssa, swylce swá þæt godspel hrepode, hláf, and fisc, and æ-acute;ig, Hml. Th. i. 252, 24. III a. good fortune, prosperous circumstance :-- Þú geseó gódnessa uideas bona (Hierusalem), Ps. L. 127, 5. IV. a good act or deed :-- Hé þancode Gode eallra his gódnyssa, þ-bar; hé hine gescylde ... and him sige forgeaf, Hml. S. 14, 163. Habban ús on handa úre leóhtfatu þ-bar; sýn hálige weorc, on ælmesdæ-acute;dum and on eallum gódnessum, Ll. Th. ii. 368, 38. IV a. that which is good in any-