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520 HEALF -- HEÁ-LIC

given :-- Ðá hé on þæ-acute;re mæ-acute;gþe twá gér and þridde healf (twa geár and ðrydde healf geár, v. l.) þá cyricean rehte cum in illa provincia duobus annis ac dimidio ecclesiam rexisset, Bd. 4, 3 ; Sch. 351, 13. (2) generally the cardinal is not given :-- Duas possessiunculas et tertiam dimediam, id est in nostra loquella ðridda half haga, C. D. i. 243, 13. Underwed þ-bar; sý þæs orfes oðer healf weorð, Ll. Th. i. 352, 9. Ðæt wæ-acute;re óðer healf hund M ofslagen þára féðena peditum centum quadraginta millia trecenti et triginta, Ors. 3, 10; S. 138. 16. Þæs gehorsedan heres fífte healf M equitum quatuor millia ducenti, 3, 9; S. 124, 12. Cuóm feórðe healf hund scipa, Chr. 851; P. 64, 17. Sé þe hæbbe þreó hída tæ-acute;cne óðres healfes [hýdes gesettes], Ll. Th. i. 144, 11. On óðerre healfre míle fæce unius ferme miliarii et dimidii spatio, Bd. 5, 2 ; Sch. 556, 5. Tó ðriddan healfan geáre, Hml. S. 6, 300. Óþerne healfne pening gewege, Lch. ii. 288, 8. Óðre healfe elne, Ll. Th. i. 212, 2. Hé heóld þridde healf geár bísdóm, Chr. 931; P. 106, 2 : 946; P. 112, 2. Hiera mon áhéng fífte healf hund quadringenti et quinquaginta servi in crucem acti. Ors. 5, 3; S. 222, 30. III. as a measure of degree :-- Se áð sceal bión healf be húslgengum, Ll. Th. i. 112, 4. IV. where no substantive precedes or follows the adj. (1) where a substantive may be supplied from the context :-- Gif Wylisc mon hæbbe híde londes. . . gif hé hæbbe healfes (cf. 144, 11. v. II. 2 supra) (healfe, v. l.), Ll. Th. i. 122, 10. Þæt hié him óðer flet gerýmdon, healle and heáhsetl, þæt hié healfre geweald ágan móston, B. 1087. Hé wolde hýðan eal heofona ríce and him ðæ-acute;r on healfum [ríxian]. Sal. 454. (2) where a substantive may be inferred from the context. Cf. I. l b :-- Saluie, rude be healfan (dæ-acute;le) þæ-acute;re saluian, Lch. ii. 292, 17. Tódæ-acute;le man þá eahta dæ-acute;las on twá, and fó se landhláford tó healfum, tó healfum se bisceop, Ll. Th. i. 264, 4: 342, 19: 228, 18. Tó healfan, 268, 20: 274, 31. Gielde hé hine þriddan dæ-acute;le. Gif mon spere selle, healfne. Gif hé horses onlæ-acute;ne, ealne hé hine gylde, 120, 14. Gielden þá mæ-acute;gas þæs weres þriddan dæ-acute;l . . . Gif hé mæ-acute;gas náge, gieldan þá gegildan healfne (dæ-acute;l weres? or wer?), for healfne hé fleó, 78, 24. Gíelde mon healfne cyninge, healfne þám gegildan, 80, 3. Swylce ic tódæ-acute;le æ-acute;nne penig on twá, þonne hæbbe ic healfne, and mín cleric healfne, and mín dæ-acute;l byð semis, and his semis, Angl. viii. 335, 28. V. adverbial use of instrumental. Cf. micle :-- Þynceð þegna gehwelcum huniges bíbreád healfe þý swétre, Met. 12, 9. B. substantive, a half: -- Healf medium (hanc vestem findi placuit . . . servatur medium signi index), An. Ox. 32, 12. Gif mon hæbbe híde londes . . . Gif hé hæbbe healfes (healfe, v. l.; but see IV. 1), Ll. Th. i. 122, 10. Þá ásweóll him se líchama ofer healf fram þám lendenum oþ þá fét tumore dimidia pars corporis ipsius a lumbis tenus planta turgescens, Guth. Gr. 153, 12. Þæt hig bringan melwes þone teóðan dæ-acute;l þæs gemetes þe man nemð ephi, healf æ-acute;r undern, healfe ofer undern (medium ejus mane, et medium ejus vespere), Lev. 6, 20. Gif hé hæbbe ealle on fóðre tó ágifanne, ágife ealle: gif hé næbbe, ágife healf on fódre, healfe (healf, v. l.) on óðrum ceápe (dimidium in annona, dimidium in alio captali), Ll. Lbmn. 116, 14. Ðáh sé á half ríces mínes licet demedium regni mei, Mk. L. 6, 23. Half (hlaf, R.) gódra mínra ic sello ðorfendum demedium bonorum meorum do pauperibus, Lk. L. 19, 8. Gif mon elþeódigne ofsleá se cyning áh twæ-acute;dne dæ-acute;l weres, þriddan dæ-acute;l sunu oþþe mæ-acute;gas. Gif hé mæ-acute;gleás sié, healf kyningc, healf se gesíð, Ll. Th. i. 116, 16. Geselle .cxx. sci&l-bar;&l-bar; UNCERTAIN , healf (dimidium) cyninge, healf biscepe, 66, 17 : 296, 8 : 294, 8, 9. Half, 258, 12, 17. Gelde healf, 20, 3.

healf; adv. Half :-- Healf man and healf hors centaurus vel ippocentaurus, healf mann and healf assa onocentaurus, Wrt. Voc. i. 17, 39, 40. Þæt (the Minotaur) wæs healf mon, healf leó Minotauro, utrum fero homini, an humanae bestiae aptius dicam nescio, Ors. 1. 8; S. 42, 29. Centauri, þæt sindon healf hors, healf menn equites veluti unum corpus equorum et hominum viderentur, S. 44, 1. See the following compounds.

healf-brocan; adj. Half-broken :-- Þám sticcum healfbrocenra ísa semifractarum crustis glacierum, Bd. 5, 12 ; Sch. 633, 9.

healf-clungen; adj. Half-frozen :-- Halbclungni (half-) semigelato, Txts. 96, 931.

healf-cwic. Add :-- For þám slege hé feóll ádúne, and hine man healfcwicne (-cwicc-, v. l.) upp áhóf (semivivus levatus est), Gr. D. 63, 1. Healfcwice seminecem, An. Ox. 17, 46.

healfe adv. (?) v. healf; adj. A. I. 3 a.

healf-fers glosses emistichium, Hpt. 31, 10, 203.

healf-féþe ; adj. Half-lame :-- Healfféþe semipes, Germ. 396, 150.

healf-freó; adj. Half-free :-- Hwílum be freótmen, hwílum be healftreón, Wlfst. 171, 4 note.

healf-gemet glosses diametra, Hpt. 31, 10, 199.

healf-hár; adj. Half-grey :-- Healfhár semicanus, fulhár canus (omitted after) Wrt. Voc. i. 45, 34. v. Angl. viii. 451.

healf-híd, e; f. A half-hide :-- Gif hé ne bið bútan tó healfhýda (healfre híde, v. l.) gerysen, Ll. Th. i. 188, 16.

healf-mearc, es; n. A half-mark :-- Hé hæfð geboht healfe híde landes mid healfmarce goldes and mid áne punde seolfres and twégan óran, C. D. iv. 136, 34. Fylste æ-acute;lc gegylda he[alf]mearc tó fylste, Cht. Th. 611, 32. Ic an míne láuedy halfmarc goldes, C. D. iv. 308, 2 : Cht. Th. 573, 13. Tó .viii. healfmarcum ásodenes goldes, Ll. Th. i. 154, 1. Gylde .xxx. sci&l-bar;&l-bar; UNCERTAIN . mid Englum and mid Denum þreó healfmarc (cf. ii. 292, 12), 168, 10. Gilde heora æ-acute;lc .vi. healfmarc, 298, 5, 8: ii. 298, 4, 12. .x. healfmarc, 2. ¶ the following seem anomalous in form or construction:-- Béte man þ-bar; æt deádum menn mid .vi. healfmarce, and æt cwicon mid .xii. óran, Ll. Th. i. 292, 10. Heora æ-acute;lc sylle .vi. healfmarc wedd, 294, 7. Æt cynges spæ-acute;ce lecge man .vi. healfmarc wedd, and æt eorles .xii. óran wedd, and æt æ-acute;lcum þegene .vi. óran wedd, 296, 25.

healf-nacod; adj. Half-naked :-- Gesáwon wé mennisice UNCERTAIN men feá healfnacode (seminudos), Nar. 10, 16.

healfpenig-wurþ. Add: -- Healfpeningwurð wexes tó candelmæssan, Wlfst, 117, 1.

healf-rúh; adj. Half-rough :-- Án healfrúh tæppet sipla, Wrt. Voc. i. 40, 35.

healf-scyldig; adj. Half-guilty :-- Healfscyldig temeson, medius sons, Hpt. 31, 12, 251.

healf-sester, es; m. A half-sester :-- Healfsester mine, Wrt. Voc. ii. 56, 1.

healf-sinewealt; adj. Half-round :-- Healfsinewealt semirotundum, Wrt. Voc. i. 55, 20.

healf-slæ-acute;pende. Add: -- Him þúhte on healfslæ-acute;pendon líchoman, ná eallinga swylce on swefne, Vis. Lfc. 3.

healfunga. Add: I. from the side, indirectly : -- Hit is nyttre ðæt ðæt him mon on tæ-acute;lan wille, ðæt hit mon healfunga sprece, swelce hit mon hwón gehríne major profectus adducitur, si hoc, quod in eis reprehenditur, quasi ex latere tangatur, Past. 207, 7. Ðæt wé him sume opene scylde healfunga oðwiéten, ðæt hié for ðæ-acute;m scamige si culpae manifestioris UNCERTAIN ex latere requisitae improperio confunduntur, 209, 22. II. slightly, to some extent, half :-- Geseah hé hwæ-acute;r þá weorcstánas lágon ofer eall þæ-acute;r onbútan, and hé healfunga þæs wundrode, þeáh ná swíðe embe þ-bar; ne smeáde, Hml. S. 23, 491. [v. N. E. D. halfing.] Cf. eallunga.

healf-weard. Dele, and see hláf-weard.

healf-weg, es; m. Half-way, a point equidistant from two extremes :-- Ægelríc æt healfwege, C. D. iv. 234, 3.

healf-wudu. Add: [Widebalme i. halue wude, Wrt. Voc. i. 140, 66.]

healh. Add: I. a corner, an angle. v. healhiht :-- Æ-acute;lc wág bið gebiéged twiefeald on ðæ-acute;m heale duplex semper est in angulis paries, Past. 245, 13. Gemétte hé hine hleonian on þám hale his cyrcan wið þám weófode invenit eum recumbentem in angulo oratorii sui contra altare, Guth. Gr. 163, 50. Hé gefeall him in ánan heale and . . . slæ-acute;p, Vis. Lfc. 37. II. a retired or secret place, cave, closet, recess :-- Oð ðá ýtemestan helle heala[s?] to the most remote of hell's recesses; ad inferni nouissima, Ps. L. fol. 193 a, 5. Swá hwelp leóna eardiende on halum (in abditis), Ps. Spl. 16, 13. On þýstrum healum (scræfum, Dóm. L. 139) þissere worulde tenebrosis in antris, Wlfst. 138, 1. Healum cubilibus, Germ. 402, 54. III. a bay: -- Strénæs hale (alch, halch, v. ll.) quod interpretatur sinus fari, Txts. 140, 210. Streánes halh, 200. In streánæs halæ (h&e-hook;l&e-hook;, hale, v. ll.), 147, 378. IV. the word occurs not infrequently in the charters, and in the single instance where it appears to be explained it seems to mean a stony slope: In quoddam petrosum clivum et ex eo Baldwines healh appellatur, Txts. 427, 8. (1) qualified by an adj. :-- On þone sídan healh; of þám sídan heale á be þám héhhylte, C. D. B. iii. 517, 36. (2) with gen., or as second part of a compound. (a) gen. of person :-- Æt Iddes hale, C. D. i. 315, 22. On Oddan heal; of Oddan heale, v. 270, 8. On Beocces heal, vi. 94, 15. In Puttan ealh, C. D. iii. 383, 20. (b) compounded with names of animals :-- On nédderheal; of nédderheale, C. D. v. 270, 11 : 281, 33. On calfhealas, iii. 385, 31. On horshealgæt, vi. 94, 14. (c) gen. or cpd. of plant-growth :-- On bærheal, of bærheale, C. D. B. ii. 247, 7. Tó hæ-acute;ðfeldheale, C. D. iii. 131, 8. On braccon heal; of brachan heale, C. D. v. 277, 17. Tó rischeale ; of hrischeale, iii. 79, 9. On hrischalh; of hrischalh, 460, 15. Tó ceaggon heale, v. 262, 8. On brómhalas; of brómhalan, iii. 81, 27. v. wír-heálh. (d) gen. of thing, or uncertain :-- Tó cuntan heale, C. D. B. ii. 246, 33. Innan crypeles heale, 374, 12. On farsthalh; of forsthalh, C. D. iii. 460, 18. On bioton halh; of bioton hale, 24. Tó curdan heale, v. 207, 33. On stenges healh, of stenges heale, C. D. B. iii. 49, 28. On scæccan halh, C. D. iii. 463, 14. Innan cucan healas, 450, 3. Andlang bróces on swyllan healas; of ðan healan, vi. 2, 12. ¶ the word occurs also as the first part of compounds :-- On halhford, C. D. iii. 439, 4: 442, 31. Ond long healhtúnes gemæ-acute;res, 436, 27. Æt healhtúne, 294, 21. Æt healtúne, vi. 184, 14: 198, 1. Andlang eá tó healhwere, v. 392, 33. Of ðæ-acute;re syrfan tó healwícum, 262, 14. [v. N. E. D. hale a corner.]

healhiht; adj. Having many angles :-- Healhihtum (hælhihtum, Hpt. Gl. 409, 8) angulosis (cellulis), An. Ox. 121. v. healh; I.

heá-lic. Add: I. local. (1) reaching to a great height, lofty, tall :-- Heofon is wundorlíce heálic and wíd on ymbhwyrfte; sé gæ-acute;ð under ðás eorðan ealswá deóp swá bufan, Hex. 10, 1. Man áhéng hí on