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HARA -- HÁTAN 509

connected with canus ?) vel canicula, stella quae Sirius vocatur, Wrt. Voc. ii. 128 25. (4) of frost, hoar: -- Hwílum hára scóc forst of feax[e], Rä. 88, 7. (5) of stone (cf. ræg-hár :-- Ofer hárne stán, B. 1415 : An. 843. II a. the word occurs often as epithet of stones and trees used as boundary-marks :-- Tó ðám háran stáne; of ðám stáne, C. D. iii. 389, 10. Of ðæ-acute;re brádan ác ðæt hít cymð tó ðæ-acute;re wóhgan apeldran, ðanon norðrihte ðæt hit cymeð tó ðæ-acute;re háran apeldran, 33. An háran stán, ii. 29, 6. Of ðan háran stáne on ðone háran wíðig; of ðan háran wíþie, iii. 313, 27. III. fig. of things, hoary, of great age :-- Hárne middengeard canescentem mundum, Mt. p. 1, 5. [O. Sax., O. H. Ger. hér: Ger. hehr.] v. feax-, healf-, ræg-, un-hár.

hara. Add: -- Hara, hæra lepus, Txts. 74, 608. Hara and swýn synd forbodene tó æthrínenne, Lev. 11, 6. Haran lepusculi, Kent. Gl. 1104.

haran sprecel. Add: -- Haran spreccil eccios, Wrt. Voc. i. 68, 16.

hár-hune. l. -húne, and add: -- Háre húne marrubium, Wrt. Voc. i. 67, 66. v. húne.

harian, horian. Dele: for horige in note to Ps. 27, 1 read hopige.

hár-ness, e; f. Greyness of hair, grey hair :-- [Eld]ra hárnes senum canities, Kent. Gl. 762. Oþ þá græ-acute;gan hárnesse usque cigneam (vetulae senectutis) canitiem, An. Ox. 1877. Hárnessa canos (suos cum dolore ducentes ad inferos), 3367.

hárung. Add: I. greyness :-- Hárung canicies, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 82, 14. II. a growing grey-haired, old age :-- Oð ylde and hárunga usque in senectam et senium, Ps. L. 70, 18.

hár-wenge. Add: grey-bearded [cf. wang (wenge)] :-- Cóm sum hárwencge manu (St. Peter) intó þám cwearterne . . . þá cwæ-acute;ð se hárwencga, Hml. S. 8, 131-138. Sum geleáfful bócere hárwencge and eald, sé hátte Eleazarus (Eleazar, one of the principal scribes, an aged man, and of a well-favoured countenance, 2 Mace. UNCERTAIN vi. 18), 25, 33: 28, 91.

hárweng-ness, e ; f. Greybeardedness, old age: -- Hárwengnes canities, gravitas, senectus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 128, 22.

hás. Add :-- Ic swanc hrýmende (clypiende, Ps. Rdr., Spl., Srt.), háse gewordene synt míne góman, Ps. L., Rdr., Spl., Srt. 68, 4. [Mid háswre ( = hásre) hwoðrunge rauco cum murmure, An. Ox. 26, 14.]

hás-hrímian(?) to cry hoarsely :-- Hié háshrýmedon on heora stefnum (hásrúnigendun stefnun, v. l.) erant clamoribus raucisonis, Guth. Gr. 128, 127.

hás-rúnigende. See preceding word.

hassuc. Add: , hæssac (-ec) :-- Út on Prilleces hæssecas ufewearde, C. D. v. 198, 29. ¶ as part of a compound :-- Innon hæssucmór; of hæssuc-mór, C. D. iii. 384, 18. Cf. Ab illo loco usque ad hássukes more, 387, 3. [v. N. E. D. hassock.]

hás-swége; adj. Hoarse-sounding :-- Hásswége raucisonos, rugientes, Germ. UNCERTAIN 391, 38.

hasu Add: -- Wegas syndon drýge, haswe herestræ-acute;ta (perhaps herestræ-acute;ta here is used as in An. 200 of watery ways, and haswe might be equivalent to glaucus (cf. the passage under haswe), an epithet of waves, glaucae undae), holm gerýmed, Exod. 284. Haswe bléde, Rä. 14, 9.

haswe; adv. Greyly :-- Ic eom wráþre þonne wermód sý [þe] hér on hyrstum heasewe (cf. wermód se hára, Lch. iii. 30, 14) stondeþ durior quam glauca absinthia campi, Rä. 41, 61.

hát heat. Add: -- Hát ácólað ardor frigescit, Angl. i. 285, § 2: ii. 374, 3. Nánwiht þæs hátes ne þæs cealdes, Wlfst. 184, 19. Wið wunda hátum, Lch. i. 84, 20. v. sumer-hát.

hát; adj. Add: I. having or communicating heat. (1) of the sun, atmospheric conditions, &c.:-- Seó háte sunne scíneþ, E. S. viii. 478, 82. Scíneð sunne swegle hát, Met. 28, 61. Sceal eft cuman sumor swegle hát, Gn. Ex. 78. Se háta sumor drýgþ and gearwaþ sæ-acute;d and bléda, Bt. 39, 13; F. 234, 14. Helle þæ-acute;re hátan, Gen. 362. Hátum bærnete torrido solis chaumate, An. Ox. 3243. Twégen dæ-acute;las (the temperate zones) náðor ne tó háte ne tó cealde, Lch. iii. 260, 25. Seó sunne mid hyre hátum leómum, 252, 5. Forbærned hátum heofoncolum, Exod. 71. Sumurlange dagas swíðe háte, Met. 4, 19. Swegl byð hátost, Gn. C. 7. (2) of fire, or anything burning or glowing :-- Líg . . . hát ofer helle, Gen. 377. Bryne . . . hát, Cri. 1060. Þone deópan grund þæs hátan léges, Bl. 103, 15. Betwux þæ-acute;re cealdan eorþan and þám hátan fýre, Bt. 334; F. 128, 38. Hátum mearcísene torrido (i. ignito) cauterio, Hpt. Gl. 453, 21. Gá hé tó þám hátum írene, Ll. Th. i. 206, 22: 226, 7. Wið þone hátan bryne þe wealleð on helle, 424, 16. Stæppe on hát col . . . stæppe on swá hát swá hé hátost mæge, Lch. ii. 124, 6. Licgað mé ymbútan heardes írenes háte geslægene (forged while the iron glowed) grindlas greáte, Gn. 383. Ær hé bæ-acute;l cure, háte heaðowylmas, B. 2819. Lége hátra, Rä. 41, 57. Bæ-acute;l, háttost heaðowelma, El. 579. (3) of material affected by sun, fire, &c. :-- Hé geworhte ánes fearres anlícnesse of áre, tó ðon þonne hit hát wæ-acute;re . . . , Ors. 1, 12 ; S. 54, 24. Gif hit wæter sý, hæ-acute;te man hit oð hit hleówe tó wylme . . . hit swá hát sý swá wé æ-acute;r cwæ-acute;don, Ll. i 226, 13-20. Wæs þæ-acute;re burnan wælm heaðofýrum hát, B. 2547. Hé of þám hátum bæðe (a vat of boiling oil) eóde. Hml. Th. i. 58, 29. Wel on swá hátum, hafa on múþe swá hát swá þú hátost mæge, Lch. ii 50, 15. Styre mid sticcan gif þú háttre wille, 76, 26. Innon ðone hwær þá ðá hé háttost wæs, Hml. S. ix, 107. (4) of the heat of the body :-- Wæs þæt blód tó þæs hát, B. 1616. Hát heáfodwylm hot tears, El. 1133. Háte hleórdropan, Gú. 1315. Þæt blód gesprang, hátost heaðoswáta, B. 1668. II. of a person, having the sensation of heat :-- Ic sceal þysne wítes clom beoran beornende . . . hát on helle, hyhtwillan leás, Sat. 159. II a. where the sensation is caused by disease :-- Þis sint tácn þæs hátan magan ómihtan, Lch. ii. 192, 24. II b. of bodily conditions producing the sensation of heat :-- Se ece of mínum earme, ðæ-acute;r hé háttra wæs and byrnendra, eall áweg álæ-acute;ded wæs dolor omnis de brachio, ubi ardentior inerat, funditus ablatus est, Bd. 5, 3; Sch. 566, 10. III. denoting one of the fundamental qualities of elements and bodies in general :-- Hwæt is heora (the four elements) æ-acute;lces gecynd ? Ðas fýres gecynd is hát and dríe ignis calidae et aridae est naturae, Angl. vii. 12, 105. Be wambe missenlicre gecyndo . . . Þonne heó beð hátre gebyrdo and gecyndo . . . Be hátre gecyndo wambe. Sió womb seó þe biþ hátre gecyndo, sió melt mete wel, Lch. ii. 220, 14-23. IV. of persons or their affections, actions, &c. (1) having or showing intensity of feeling, ardent, fervent :-- Eálá, wæ-acute;re hé ánðer, oððe hát, oððe ceald, Past. 445, 36. Þæ-acute;r manegum wæs hát æt heortan hyge weallende, An. 1711. Wæs seó treówlufu hát æt heortan, Cri. 539. Him wæs geómor sefa, hát æt heortan hyge murnende, 500: El. 628 : Gú. 1182. On hátum torrido (castitatis ardore), An. Ox. 1779. Hé gnornsorge wæg háte æt heortan, Gú. 1310. (2) excited with anger, wrathful, fierce, v. hát-heort :-- Hordweard hát and hreóhmód hlæ-acute;w oft ymbehwearf, B. 2296. Hát and heaðogrim, 2691. Æt helle durn dracan eardigað háte on hreðre, Sat. 99: 281. Is onbærned þín yrre fýre hátre, Ps. Th. 78, 5. V. that excites strong feeling. (1) in a favourable sense exciting warm feelings of affection, dear to a person :-- Mé hátran sind Dryhtnes dreámas þonne þis deáde líf læ-acute;ne on londe dearer to me are the joys of the Lord than this mortal life and frail on earth, Seef. 64. (2) unfavourable, causing pain, suffering, &c., severe, violent, intense :-- Him in gesonc hát . . . flacor flánþracu, Gú. 1116. Se grimma hungor ne se háta þurst, Rä. 44, 3. Sume hí cuwon heora gescý . . . for ðæ-acute;re micclan angsumnysse ðæs hátan hungres, Hml. Th. i. 404, 6. Hátum bryne torrido (coe&dash-uncertain;nobialis vitae) rigore, An. Ox. 2705. Þæt mé sorgna is hátost on hreðre, Gú. 993. v. brand-, bryne-, fýr-, ofer-, ongemet-, sunn-, þurh-, weall-, wilm-hát.

hát a promise. Add :-- þ-bar; hát fadores promissum patris, Lk. p. 11, 14.

hata. v. ciric-, dæ-acute;d-, ge-, leód-, mynster-, scyld- hata.

hátan. Add: I a. with acc. and infin. :-- Háat meh gecuma tó ðé, Mt. L. 14, 28. I b. where there is no subject to the verb in the infinitive :-- Ðæt ðú dóa hátes &l-bar; héhtes quod tu fieri jubes, Mt. p. 1. 11. For þæ-acute;m gylte hiene eft hétt his fæder ofsleán, Ors. 3, 6; S. 108, 12. Hé hiene hétt bebyrgean, 128, 16. Hát wyrcean stengas, Past. 169, 22. I c. with clause :-- þ-bar; næ-acute;ngum cuoede gehéht &l-bar; hæ-acute;t ut nemini diceret imperat, Mk. p, 3, 20. I d. absolute :-- Læ-acute;r ðæt folc, and ðreáta, and tæ-acute;l, and hát, Past. 291, 18. He þ-bar; cwæð hátende (jubendo) má þonne biddende, Gr. D. 250, 20. ¶ (in glosses) with dat. of person :-- Gástum unclæ-acute;num hátas spiritibus immundis imperat, Mk. i. 27. Windum hátteð, Lk. L. 8, 25. I e. verb of motion implied by a preposition :-- Hét (héht, v. l.) hé his læ-acute;ce tó him uocauit medicum, Bd. 5, 6 ; Sch. 581, 6. II to promise :-- Ðá ðing ðe hé tó Gode hétt (Gode gehét, v. l.), Past. 84, 17. Éce héht aeterna promittit, Lk. p. 9, 17. III. to call so and so. (1) where the complement is the proper name used in speaking of a person, people, or place :-- Neáh þæ-acute;re byrig ðe mon nú hæ-acute;t Babilonia, Bt. 35, 4; F. 162, 20. On þá sæ-acute; þe mon hétt UNCERTAIN Euxinus, Ors. 1, 1; S. 8, 21. Hé wæs hátan (-en, v. l.) Agesilaus, 3, 1 ; S. 99, 29. Craccus wæs hæ-acute;ten (háten, v. l.) án þára consula, 5, 3 ; S. 222, 24. (2) where the complement is an official title :-- Rómáne him gesetton ládteów þone de UNCERTAIN hié tictatores héton, Ors. 2, 4 ; S. 70, 2. (3) where the complement is a general term used technically :-- Ðeófas wé hátaþ oð .vii. men; from .vii. hlóð oð .xxxv.; siþþan bið here, Ll. Th. I. 110. 13. (4) where the complement is the title of a book :-- On þæ-acute;re béc þe wé hátað De Videndo Deo, Solil. H. 64, 25. (5) where the complement is a class or common noun (a) in the nominative :-- Ðeós wyrt þe . . . sume men hennebelle hátað, Lch. i. 94, 6. Þæt þú sóðfestnes hæ-acute;tst, þæt ys God, Solil. H. 52, 12. Tó þám deórcynne þe mon hát tigris, Bt. 38, 1 ; F. 196. 1. Þonne háte wé hine morgensteorra, 39, 13 ; F. 234, 3. (b) in the accusative :-- þone dæg and ðá niht þe wé hátað bissextum (for nominative see 262, 7, þ-bar; bissentus cume), Lch. iii. 246, 14. (6) where the complement is the name bestowed on an object hitherto unnamed :-- God gecígde þá drígnesse eorþan and þæ-acute;ra wætera gegaderunga hé hét sæ-acute;s vocavit Deus aridam terram congregationesque aquarum appellavit maria, Gen. 1. 10. (7) Where the complement is an abusive epithet :-- Gif man mannan an óðres flette mánswara háteð, oþþe hine mid bismærwordum scandlíce gréte, Ll. Th. i. 32, 4. Hine mon scyle on bismer hátan se ánscóda, Past. 45, 8. v. á-, be-, for-, ge-, on- hátan.