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516 HEÁH-FORE -- HEÁH-SELD

fædrum and wið wítgum, Ps. Th. 44, 17. Þurh þá mæ-acute;ran wítegan and heáhfæderas, Ll. Lbmn. 413, 10. (1 a) in a special sense, one of the twelve sons of Jacob : -- Twelf tída beóð on ðám dæge, and twelf mónðas on geáre; twelf heáhfæderas sind, twelf wítegan, twelf apostoli, Hml. Th. i. 396, 9. (2) in Christian times, (a) a father of the church :-- Ræ-acute;de him mon líf þæ-acute;ra heáhfædera (vitas patrum), R. Ben. 66, 17. (b) the chief of a religious community, an archimandrite :-- Héhfæder, láreów archimandrita, i. princeps ouium, An. Ox. 3720. (3) a patriarch in a heathen community :-- Hire (St. Margaret's) fæder wæs hæ-acute;þenra monna heáhfæder (of þ-bar; heðene folc patriarke ant prince, Marh. 2, 14; patriarch he was wel hei, Marg. 4; erat gentilium patriarcha et idola adorabat, Hml. A. 209, 25), Shrn. 101, 11.

heáh-fore, e. Substitute: heáh-fore (-u), an, e; heáh-fru, e, and add: -- Æ-acute;nlic héhfore aurea quadrupes, i. uacca, An. Ox. 1462. Heáhfru antile, Wrt. Voc. ii. 8, 57. Hiord arimentum, oxa bova, heáhfru antile,vacca, i. 287, 53-56. Farra míno and héhfaro (altilia) gislægno, Rtl. 107, 21. Ðerh blód héffera and calfra per sanguinem hyrcorum et vitulorum, 21, 10.

heáh-freá, an ; m. A high and mighty lord :-- Heofona heáhfreá (Christ), Cri. 253: 424. Cf. heáh-cyning ; I. 2.

heáh-fýr, es; n. High-leaping flame :-- Heáhfýr æ-acute;lað, Wal. 22.

heáh-galdor, es; n. A powerful charm, a charm of great virtue :-- Seó næ-acute;dre dytteð hyre eáran, þæt heó nele gehýran heáhgaldor sum, þæt snotre men singað wið áttrum, Ps. Th. 57, 4.

heáh-gást, es; m. The Holy Ghost :-- Inc (the Father and the Son) is gemæ-acute;ne heáhgæ-acute;st hleófæst, Cri. 358. Cf. heáh-cyning.

heáh-geréfa. Add: I. as an English title :-- Ósulf ad beb&b-bar; UNCERTAIN héhgr UNCERTAIN [ = ad Bebbanburh héhgeréfa], C. D. ii. 292, 34. II. rendering foreign titles: -- Olibrius se heáhgeréfa (praefectus, 209, 41), Hml. A. 171, 51. Æ-acute;ghwilc heáhgeréfa on Iúdéum, Bl. H. 177, 14. Ðæs cáseres heáhgeréfa, Hml. Th. ii. 122, 29. Getengde se Aristodemus tó ðám heáhgeréfan and genam on his cwearterne twégen ðeófas, i. 72, 18: 426, 33. Heáhgeréfan preside (Marciano, Ald. 47, 29), Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 52. Hé (Domitian) sende sumne heáhgeréfan Sisinnius geháten, Hml. S. 29, 203. Þonne gé beforan kyningum gestondan and heáhgeréfan (ante praesides (démum W. S.) et reges stabitis, Mk. 13, 9), Bl. H. 171, 17.

heáh-gestreón, es; n. Treasure of great value, costly treasure :-- Þá þe firena lange læ-acute;stað, hýdað heáhgestreón, Sal. 317. Hæfde gumena sum goldes gefandod, heáhgestreóna, B. 2302. Ceól gehladenne heáhgestreónum, An. 362.

heáh-geþring. es; n. Mounting waves :-- Bídað stánhleoðu streámgewinnes, þonne heáhgeþring on cleofu crýdeð, Rä. 4, 27. Cf. heáh; A. I. 1 c a.

heáh-getimbrad. Add: cf. Gú. 556.

heáh-geþungen. Add: v. heáh-þungen.

heáh-geweorc, es ; n. Sublime work :-- Úpheofen is heáhgeweorc handa þínra opera manuum tuarum sunt coeli, Ps. Th. 101, 22. Nis þæt monnes gemet þæt hé mæge in hreðre his heáhgeweorc furðor áspyrgan, Sch. 28. Cf. heáh-weorc.

heáh-græft; adj. Substitute: heáh-græft a carving in relief :-- Heáhgræfte anaglifa, Wrt. Voc. ii. 6, 13.

heáh-heall(?), e; f. A palace :-- Bold wæs betlic brego róf cyning heáhealle the building was splendid, a brave king was the prince of the palace (?), B. 1926. Cf. heáh-sele.

heáh-helm; adj. Having foliage high up; of a light, having far-reaching rays :-- þone heáhhelman leóman iubar alticomum (the passage is: Modio lateat ne tecta lucerna, sed iubar alticomum Domini diffundat in aedem, Vita S. Cudbercti c. 21, 50), Hpt. 33, 238, 1.

heáh-heoloþe, an; f. Elecampane :-- Heáhhioloþe, Lch. ii. 104, 1 : 138, 16. Genim heáhheoloþan, 18, 22. Heáhhioloþan, 102, 23: 274, 2. v. eh-heoloþe.

heáh-hirde, es; m. A chief pastor, an archimandrite :-- Héhhyrde archimandrita, i. excelsus magister, An. Ox. 910. cf. heáh-fæder; II. 2 b.

heáh-hliþ. Add :-- Hé ofer heáhhleoðu (heáh hleoðu?) stylde, Cri. 745.

heáh-hlútor; adj. Of great purity :-- Heáhhlútrum móde and bilewitum simplici ac pura mente, Bd. 4, 24 : Sch. 491, 10.

heáh-hweólad ; adj. High-wheeled :-- Héhhwiólad wæ-acute;n carracu&dash-uncertain;tium, Wrt. Voc. i. 34, 26.

heáh-hylte, es; n. A high-placed shrubbery :-- Eall swá ðæt heáhhylte scæ-acute;t tó scagan, C. D. v. 234, 24. Á be þám héhhylte in on þone langan þorn, Cht. E. 206, 27. Cf. scóm-hylte.

heáh-ildest; adj. Most excellent :-- Ðyses heáhyldestan cyncges huius precellentissimi regis, Angl. xiii. 368, 36.

heáh-læ-acute;ce. Add: -- Heálécas archiatros, Wrt. Voc. ii. 101, 1. Heáhlæ-acute;cas, 81, 36. Héhlæ-acute;cas (hehhlæces, MS. ) archiatros , i. summos medicos, Hpt. Gl. 477, 43 (all three glosses refer to the same persons as does Shrn. 135, 13). Heáhlæ-acute;cas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 2, 69.

heáh-land, es; n. High ground: -- Heáhlond stigon sibgemágas (Abraham and Isaac) on Seone beorg, Exod. 385.

heáh-landríca. v. land-ríca.

heáh-láreów. For 'Lye' substitute :-- Heáhleáreów archimandrita, Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 23. Heáhláreówum gymnosophistis, 40, 40 : didascalis, magistris doctorum, Hpt. Gl. 485, 21.

heáh-leornere, es; m. A great scholar, a master :-- Heáhleornere archimandrita i. excelsus magister. An. Ox. 910.

heáh-mægen, es; n. I. an exalted virtue, one of the three theolological virtues: -- Nú synd ðreó heáhmægnu ðe menn sceolan habban, Fides, Spes, Caritas, Hml. S. 16, 246. II. sublime power, divine might :-- Is þæs wuldres ful heofun and eorðe and eall heáhmægen tíre getácnod, El. 753. Ongit Godes heáhmægen, 464. Þæt hine werþeóde and eal engla cynn úp on roderum hergen heáhmægen, þæ-acute;r is help gelong, Jul. 645. Cf. heáh-miht.

heáhmæsse-dæg, es; m. A day on which high mass is celebrated :-- An heáhmæssedagum, þ-bar; is Sancte Stephanes and Sancte Ióhannes . . ., Nap. 36.

heáh-mód. Add: high-spirited :-- Hú þá wihte (a cock and a hen) mid ús heáhmóde (heán-, MS. ; but cf. wræ-acute;tlice twá, 1) twá hátne sindon, Rä. 43, 17.

heáh-mór, es; m. A lofty mountain :-- In heáhmórum (heaum (heágum) mórum, v. ll.), in arduis montibus, Bd. 4, 27; Sch. 515, 13.

heáh-nes. Add: I. in a physical sense. (1) height :-- Æ-acute;r þon þe seó heáhnes (altitudo) þæs wealles gefylled wæ-acute;re, Bd. 2, 14; Sch. 170, 19. Egeslicere heáhnysse (heánnesse, Wrt. Voc. ii. 85, 48) (turrem) minaci proceritate, An. Ox. 4436. Þá triówa heánnisse ic wundrade, Nar. 28, 1. (2) depth :-- Ne hæfdon heánisse eorðes, Mt. L. R. 13, 5. Heónisse, Mk. R. 4, 5. (3) a height, high place, high part, top :-- Ord, cnol, heánes apicem (v. Lk. 16, 17, and cf. apex, cacumen litere, 72, 6), Wrt. Voc. ii. 73, 74. Heánnes þæ-acute;re heáfodpannan cacumen capitalis, 22, 52. Under haehnisse (heánes, 77, 73) sub cono (sublimi verticis [arboris]), 121, 65. Heánnesse caucumine (collis, v. Ald. 21, 36), 22, 1. On heáhnysse in edito, An. Ox. 2458. Fleógan on ðá heáhnesse (in altum), Bt. 36, 1 ; F. 172, 33. On heáhnise in conum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 82, 45. Oð ðæs heáfdes heánnesse (heánesse, lxxii, 13) usque ad uerticem, Lch. i. lxxiv, 36. On hégnessum in altum, An. Ox. 1559. Hergað Dryhten in heánissum, Ps. Srt. 148, 1. (4) a deep place or part: -- Læ-acute;d on heánise duc in altum, Lk. L. 5, 4. II. non-physical. (1) of persons or their attributes, loftiness of rank or character, high rank or quality, majesty, dignity :-- On heálicere héhnysse &l-bar; geþinþe geuferede edito (uirginitatis) fastigio sublimati, An. Ox. 930. On heálicere démendre héhnysse &l-bar; geþinhþe in alto tribunalis culmine, 3456. Þá won wyrd on unrihtwísra anwealda heánesse, Bt. 5, 1; F. 10, 21. Æfter heáhnysse &l-bar; heánnysse þínre secundum altitudinem tuam, Ps. L. 11. 9. Ne wællað gié in heánnise (heónisse, R.) genime nolite in sublime tolli, Lk. L. 12, 29. (2) a position of dignity or supremacy :-- Ðæt mynster on eallum Norðscottum ealldordóm and heánnesse onféng (ealdordóm onféng mid heánessum, v. l.) monasterium in cunctis septentrionalium Scottorum monasteriis arcem tenebat, regendisque eorum populis praeerat, Bd. 3, 3 ; Sch. 201, 20. (3) exaltation of mind, elevation beyond ordinary conditions :-- In módes heáhnnesse in extasi (figuram vidit, Ald. 152, 23), Wrt. Voc. ii. 91, 16.

heáh-reced, es; n. A splendid house, temple, palace: -- Eorðan ic bidde and úpheofon, and ðá sóþan Sancta Marian, and heofones meaht and heáhreced, Lch. i. 400, 4. Geond heáhræced (the temple), An. 709.

heah-rún, e; f. 'A damsel having a spirit of divination' :-- Heahrún pithonissa (pithonissam necromantiae spiritu vaticinantem, Ald. 26, 11. The reference is to Acts 16, 16 : Puellam quandam habentem spiritum pythonem), Wrt. Voc. ii. 78, 47. Cf. hel-rún, -rýnegu, helle-rúne; heago-rún, hægtesse.

heáh-sácerd. Add :-- Hí læ-acute;ddon þæne Hæ-acute;lend tó þám heáhsácerde (héhsácerd, L. ad summum sacerdotem) . . . Petrns UNCERTAIN him fyligde oþ ðæs heáhsácerdes (summi sacerdotis) cafertún. . . . Ðá árás sum heáhsácerd (ðæ hæ-acute;hsácerd, L. ) . . . eft hine áxode se heáhsácerd . . . þá cwæð se heáhsácerd (se héh ðá sácerd, L. R., summus autem sacerdos), Mk. 14, 53-63. Þá biscopas and ðá heáhsácerdas, Hml. A. 135, 661. Cyninga bearn and wítegena and heáhsácerda, 129, 437: 131, 489. Hí læ-acute;ddon hine (Joseph) tó ðám biscope and tó þám heáhsácerdum, 135, 648.

heáhsácerd-hád (?), es; m. Highpriesthood :-- Ðes éce hæfeð h UNCERTAIN sácerhád hic sempiternum habet sacerdotium, Rtl. 90. 30.

heáh-sæ-acute;l. Add :-- Nú is hire helpe heáhsæ-acute;l cumen venit tempus miserendi ejus, Ps. Th. 101, 11.

heáh-sæ-acute;þeóf. For ' Cot. 9, 191' substitute :-- Heáhséðeáf archiparratta (archipirata, Ald. 56, 31, the gloss to which in An. Ox. 4039 is: Archipirata, i. summus latro flotman), Wrt. Voc. ii. 84, 44. Heáhsæ-acute;ðeóf, 5, 28. See next word.

heáh-sceaþa, an ; m. An arch-robber, arch-pirate :-- Heáhsceaþa archipirata, An. Ox. 8, 228.

heáh-seld. Add: [seld = setl, Sievers, Gram. 196, 2] I. a throne :-- Satanus wolde on heofonum héhseld wyrcan (cf. hú hé him stól