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490 GRYRE-LIC -- GYLTAN

Gyllende gryre (with the roaring waves of the Red Sea), Exod. 489. Hine God ús onsende wið Grendles gryre (the terror caused by Grendel), B. 384 : Exod. 20. Þá wudubeámas wagedon and swégdon þurh winda gryre flamine ventorum resonantibus undique ramis, Dóm. L. 8. Þæt næ-acute;fre Grendel swá fela gryra (terrible deeds) gefremede, hýnðo on Heorote, B. 591. Gryrum horrendum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 43, 32. Án deófol árehte ánum ancran ealle helle gryras and yrmða and þára synfulra sáwla tintregan and súsla, Wlfst. 146, 18. v. heort-gryre.

gryre-lic. Add :-- Ic eom gryrelic horrida, Wrt. Voc. ii. 43, 33. Gryrelicum horrisonis, 30. v. on-gryrelic (?).

gryre-meaht, -miht, e; f. A power thai! inspires terror, terrible power :-- His (Antichrist's) hlísa and gryremiht bitf from sæ-acute; tó sæ-acute;, Wlfst. 195, 20.

gryrran to gnash, chatter (of teeth) :-- Þá téþ for miclum cyle gryrrað nimis siridentes frigore denies, Dóm. L. 195. v. gnyrran.

gryt. v. grytt: grýtan. v. grítan: grýto. v. gríto.

grytt, es; n. Dust, meal :-- Grytt pollis, Txts. 89, 1620. Gryt grues (the word occurs in a list headed ' Incipit de frugibus. ' The same gloss is given in Wrt. Voc. ii. 41, 30. In this case comparison may be made with Wrt. Voc. ii. 91, 22 where grues is written for the cams of Ald. 153, 28), Wrt. Voc. i. 287, 25. Gryttes polline (cf. mealewes poling, i. farine, An. Ox. 3872, boen glosses of Ald. 53, 28), ii. 83, 66. v. grot, grotig.

grytta. Dele last passage, for which see hwæ-acute;te-gryttan, and add :-- Hic furfur þás grytta, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 48, 17. Berene gryta (gritta, v. l.), Lch. i. 354, 2.

grytte a spider :-- Grytte aranea, Ps. Vos. . 89, 9. Gongeweafre, grytte, Ps. Srt. 89, 9. [v. N. E. D. grit a kind of crab.]

gullisc? :-- Mid ðý gulliscan seolfre oferworht, . and mid dám neorxna-wonges compgimmum ástæ-acute;ned, Sal. K. 150, 9.

guma. Add :-- Þæ-acute;r læg secg mænig, guma norðerna, Chr. 937; P. 106, 26. Rinc mænig, gúðfrec guma, An. 1119. Guman út scufon, weras . . . , B. 215. Módige magoþegnas, mágas síne, godfyrhte guman, An. 1518. Wítgan, gásthálige guman, El. 562. Guman ríce and heáne, Rä. 33, 12. Ðá foremæ-acute;ran bisna þára gódena gumena and þæ-acute;ra weorþgeornena wera, Bt. 40, 4 ; F. 238, 29. Gumena maenigeo, hæleð in healle, Dan. 728. Folcstede gumena, hæleða éðel, An. 20. Gúðsearo gumena . . . sæ-acute;manna searo, B. 328. Tó secganne gumena æ-acute;ngum, 474. Gumena sum, 1499. Gumena náthwylc, 2233. Him God sealde gumena ríce, worlde tó gewealde in wera lífe, Dan. 607: Víd. 133. Hé weóld ealles þisses middangeardes, swá swá . . . gársecg embegyrt gumena ríce, secga sitlu, Met. 9, 41. Metod weóld gumena cynnes, B. 1058: An. 582. Hæleða leófost gumena cynnes, Gú. 1177. Þá heó séleste mid lúdéum gumena wiste hæleða cynnes, El. 1203. ¶ in epithets, (l) of the Deity :-- Gumena Dryhten, Gen. 515 : An. 621: Hy. 6, 14. Gumena weard, Crä. 59: Hy. 6, 19. Gumena brego, An. 61. (2) of earthly princes :-- Gumena baldor, Gen. 2693 : Jud. 9. Gumena aldor, Dan. 549. Gumena drihten, 613; B. 1824. Gumena weard, Dan. 636. Sigecyning . . . gúðweard gumena, Exod. 174. Hé wæs riht cyning, gúðweard gumena, El. 14. Sinces brytta . . . goldwine gumena, B. 1171: 1476: El. 201: Jud. 22. ¶ of other than mere men :-- Feásceaft guma (Grendel), B. 973. Ic wæs mid blóde bestémed begoten of þæs guman (Christ's) sídan, Kr. 49. v. seld-guma.

gum-cynn. Substitute: I. mankind :-- Gumcynnes gehwone (cf. moncynnes gehwone, Cri. 1027), B. 2765. Hé þæt wera cneórissum gewrecan þóhte, forgrípan gumcynne, Gen. 1275. II. a (noble) race, family, tribe, people (cf. Idisí. . . gumkunnies wíf, Mariun munilíka, Hél. 5785) :-- Eom ic gumcynnes ánga ofer eorðan I am the only one of the race (cf. his sunu . . . , ángan ofer eorðan yrfeláfe his only son and heir, Isaac, Exod. 403), Rä. 85, 12. Wé synt gumcynnes Geáta leóde we are of the noble race of the Greats, B. 260. Swá hwylc mægða swá þone magan (Beowulf) cende sefter gumcynnum, 944.

gum-cyst. Add.: cf. mann-cyst; -gumian. v. ofer-gumian: gum-rice. Add: cf. gumena ríce, Dan. 607 : Víd. 133.

gund. Add: -- Átíhð hió þá yfelan wæ-acute;tan út and þone gund, Lch. ii. 44, 23. [v. N. E. D. gound. Perhaps Goth. gun[ds] cancer.]

gunde-swilge. v. grunde-swelge : gangling, v. geongling: -gun-nenness. v. on-gunnenness.

gupe, an; f. A buttock :-- Gupan clunis, renibus, coxe. Wrt. Voc. ii. 131, 77. [O. L. Ger. gopon terga : O. H. Ger. goffa clunis]

gúþ-fana. Add: and gúp-fan, es; u. (?) a flag, pennon :-- Hé (Constantine) mearcode on his gúðfanan hálig róde tácn, Hml. Th. ii. 304, 15. Gúðfanan gelea[fa]n wé beorað vexillum fidei ferimus, Ps Srt. ii. p. 203, 23. Beran þá gfiðfanan (vexilla) in on ðá ceastre, Prud. 74. ¶ in the following instances the form gúþ-fan ; n. seems to be used :-- Gúþfan labarum, An. Ox. 2130. Sigefæst gúþfana uictricia uexilla, 1746. Segnes gúðfana labara, Wrt. Voc. ii. 49, 74. ii. mycele candelsticcan . . . viii. læflas and . ii. gúðfana, C. D. iv. 275, 25.

gúþ-frec. Substitute: greedy for war or destruction. The epithet is applied to the cannibals who, distressed by hunger, were eager for the death of the victim they meant to eat :-- Þá wæs rinc manig, gúðfrec guma, ymb þæs geongan feorh breóstum onbryrded tó þám beaduláce, An. 1119.

gúþ-gewæ-acute;d. l. -gewæ-acute;de: gúp-mód; adj. -Substitute: gúp-mód, es; n. A martial mind. v. grimman : gúp-præc. l. -þracu.

gutt, es; m. A gut, an entrail :-- Guttas, innoðas receptacula (viscerum), Hpt. Gl. 408, 52.

gyccae. v. giece: gycel. v. gicel: gyce-nes. v. gice-nes: gycer. v. gicer.

gyden. Add :-- Hé wénde þ-bar; beo Diana ware seó giden, Ap. Th. 24, 5. On Ueneris híwe þæ-acute;re fúlan gyden, Hml. S. 31, 716. Þ-bar; heó þæ-acute;re gydenan Diane godes wurffmynt gebude, 2, 385. Hé hyre anícnysse wurðode swá swá hálige gydenan, 115. Hæ-acute;þene godas and hæ-acute;þene gydena, Wlfst, 107, 19 : Hml. S. 4, 134 : Hml. Th. i. 426, 7. Clypiað tó eówrum godum and tó eallum gydenum, 150. ¶ as an explanatory gloss on the name of a divinity :-- Veste gydene, Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 81: Ueneris, An. Ox. 4449. Proserpinam, proprium nomen tó gidenan, 4187. Gydene, Wrt. Voc. ii. 67, 12. Castalidas nympas þá mánfullan gydena vel dúnelfa, 129, 33 : 61, 19. v. girel-gyden.

gyden-lic. Substitute: Of a goddess, vestal (virgin) :-- Gedenlic vestalis, Veslam colens (virgo), Hpt. Gl. 481, 37 : An. Ox. 3193. Gyddenlic, 7, 233 : 8, 170. Gydenlice, Wrt. Voc. ii. 81, 73. Gydenlic, 92, 78.

gydig; adj. Possessed by an evil spirit, mad :-- Þæne gidian limphaticum, s. Saul (gy[digne], þæne gidigan limphaticum, i. vecordem, Hpt. Gl. 520, 63: cf. limphaticum wódan, Wrt. Voc. ii. 53, 56), An. Ox. 5009. Cf. god.

gyldan. Add: v. be-, ofer-gyldan; ge-gyld.

gylden. In 1. 8 for gyldenum l. gyldnurn, and add :-- Gelden trendel circulus aureus, Kent. Gl. 373. Gylden, 963. Hafað hé gyldene gáde, Sal. 91. Man hit cleopede þá Gildene burh, Chr. 1052; P. 183, 20. Gyldenu fatu and silfrenu. Bt. 36, l; F. 172, 19. Twá hund gildenra pænega, Ap. Th. 27, 26. On gyldenan faton, Chr. 1075; P. 209, 33. Ne wyrc þú þé gyldne (gyldíne, v. l.) godas, Ll. Th. i. 44, 22. Gyldene, Ex. 20, 23. v. ge-, ofer-gylden.

gylden-feaxa. Substitute: gylden-feax[e]; adj. Golden-haired :-- Gyldenfeaxa auricomus. Wrt. Voc. ii. 6, 39. [Cf. O. H. Ger. gold-fahs aaricomus. l

gylden-hilt[e] ; adj. Golden-hilted :-- Hé an ii. gyldenra róda and ii. gyldenhiltra sweorda, C. D. 8. iii. 74, 27.

gylden-híw[e]; adj. Golden-hued :-- Gyldenhíwe auricolor, An. Ox. 43, 5.

gylden-múþ[e]; adj. Golden-mouthed (translating Chrysostomos) :-- Gyldenmúða (-múðe, v. l.) crisostomus, os aureum habens, Hpt. 31, 7, 113. Gregorius mid Grécum Crysosthomas is geháten. . . þysum wordum se ilca gyldenmúða Gregorius wæs sprecende, Gr. D 94, 20.

gylding-wecg. Add :-- Gyldingwecg aurifodina, clympre metallum, smiþ faber, Wrt. Voc. i. 286, 72. Gyldingwegc, ii. 8, 55.

gylece (-a?), an; f. (m ?) Some part of a monk's dress :-- Gylecan tácen his þæt þú strece ford þín wenstre handstoc and plyce innan mid þínre wynstran hande, Tech. ii. 127, 14.

gylian. Add(?) :-- Gyli[ende] garrula, gylien[de] garruli, An. Ox. 56, 142, 138. v. gylung.

gylt. Add: I. a failure of duty, a sin, crime, an offence :-- Getriówe bediólað gelt (qui) fidelis (est animi) celat (amici) commissum (Prov, 11. 13), Kent. Gl. 362. Gereónedes gyltes concinnati sceleris i. culpe, An. Ox. 2919. Gylte reaiw. Ex. 32, 35. Gylt noxam, Wrt. Voc. ii. 61, 50. Mánfulne gylt probrosum facinus, i. peccatum, An. Ox. 2784. Eówerne gylt þé gé worhtou, þæt wæs þæt cealf peccatum vestrum, quod feceratis, id est vitulum, Deut. 9, 21. Hé heánlíce hámweard oðfleáh . . . þá bæd his fæder þæt þá senatum forgeáfen þæ-acute;m suna þone gylt (pater. . . ignominiam filii deprecatus), Ors. 3, 10; S. 140, 16. Gif æ-acute;nig man óðerne wrége and him hwilcne gilt on secge (accusans eum praevaricationis), Deut. 19, 16. Gif hwilc preóst ágilte . . . hé þone gilt gebéte, Ll. Th. ii. 290, 19. Gyltum gehrodene, Wal. 74. II. a debt :-- Eallne þínne gylt (debitum) ic þé forgeaf, Mt. 18, 32. Borh-hande for geltum vades pro debitis, Kent. Gl. 849. II a. a penalty, payment on account of crime, Cht. Th. 423, 3 (v. Dict. ). III. responsibility for an offence, a (person's) fault, Chr. 1048; P. 173, 11. (v. Dict. ) IV. desert of a penalty; baton gylte without having done anything to deserve one's fate, Chr. 1055; P. 184, 27 (v. Dict. ). V. state of being guilty, criminality, culpability :-- Hé gecnáwan mæg hwæt tæ-acute;lwierðe bið, and suáðeáh . . . forwandaí ðæt hé béte and ðreáge his hiéremenn be ðæs gyltes andefne quae reprehendenda sunt cognoscit, sed tamen . . . digtiis ea increpationibus non emendat, Past. 195, 10. Gif hé þæs wilniaþ þ-bar; him hiora yfel unwrecen sié be þaes gyltes andefne, Bt. 38, 7 ; F. 210, 8. Sceal æ-acute;ghwylc man bétan his wðhdæ-acute;da be his gyltes andefne, Bl. H. 45, 29. v. æ-acute;-, heáfod-gylt.

gyltan. Add :-- Be ðám ðe on lytlum ðingum gyltað (delinquuntur), R. Ben. 71, 12. Þ-bar; ic ná gylte (deliuquam) on mínre tungan, R. Ben. 9. 25, 16. Æ-acute;lcum gemete ne sceal árung beón Þæ-acute;re gyltendan geogoðe,