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HEÁ-LÍCE -- HEALM 521

heálicum gealgan, Hml. A. 95, 119. Heálicum sæ-acute;nesse edito (alto) promontorio, An. Ox. 576. Heálicne píntreówes bóh procerum pini stipitem (cf. æ-acute;nne heáhne pínbeám. Hml. Th. ii. 508, 24), 2221. Heálicum boga bígelsum celsis arcuum fornicibus, 510. Mid heálicum cederbeámum, Hex. 12, 4. (2 ) situated at a great height, high up :-- Heálic sittende mæ-acute;den sublimis residens virgo, Hy. S. 108, 7. On heálicere héhnysse in alto (tribunalis) culmine, An. Ox. 3454. Hé gewát tó ðan Hæ-acute;lende þe hé on heofenan heálicne standende geseah (cf. Video filium hominis stantem a dextris Dei, Acts 7, 56), Hml. Th. i. 48, 7. Heálice heofona heáhnyssa ástígan summa polorum culmina scandere, Hy. S. 88, 7. II. of persons. (l) of high rank, position or dignity :-- Gedsæf on gehwæ-acute;dum forbúge heálic beón gehæfd contentus modicis uitet sublimis haberi, Wülck. Gl. 257, 33. Heálic atrox (quasi atrox regina imperium usurpans, Ald. 10, 29), Hpt. Gl. 422, 21. Ðe is leófre on ðisum wácum scræfum ðonne ðú on healle heálic biscop sitte, Hml. Th. ii. 146, 28. Uton wé þus heálices and ðus foremæ-acute;res mundboran láre folgian, Bl. H. 169, 17. Stefn heálices fæderes vox excelsi Patris, Hy. S. 49, 7. Hí ðone Hæ-acute;lend wurðodon and næ-acute;nne óðerne swá heálicne ne tealdon, Hml. S. 11, 97. Ðá yfelan (Venus) wurðiað þá hæ-acute;ðenan for heálice fæ-acute;mnan, Wlfst. 107, 17. (2) of noble qualities :-- Geearnungum heálic meritis celsus, Hy. S. 104, 15. III. of material things, (l) of superior kind, of high class or degree :-- Gif hé gesóhte heálicne heáfodstede, Ll. Th. i. 330, 15. (2) of excellent quality, precious (stone) :-- For heálicum gymstánum, Hml. S. 20, 60. Se heofon is betera and heálicra and fægerra ðonne eall his innung. Bt. 32, 2; F. 116, 10. IV. of non-material things, (l) reaching a high degree, (a) of the voice, elevated, raised, loud (v. heálíce; IIIa. ) :-- Þá hæ-acute;þenan clypodon mid heálicre stemne, Hml. S. 31, 1031. (b) high in respect to worth, dignity, etc. :-- Heálic héþ edita (pudi&dash-uncertain;citiae) proceritas, An. Ox. 1698. Heálic wyrþment, synderlic gifu prerogatiua, UNCERTAIN i. excellentia, 2572. On heálicere héhnysse &l-bar; geþinþe edito (i. alto) fastigio, 929: precelso, UNCERTAIN 4407. Sum heálic gód quandam claritudinem, Bt. 24, 3; F. 82, 23. Þú forsihst ðone heálican wurðmynt (gloriam mundi), Hml. Th. ii. 146, 27. Abel hæfde þreó heálice mihta (tria maxima justitiae praeconia), Angl. vii. 8, 78. (c) of feeling, condition, profound, intense, extreme :-- Sý heálic swige æt þæ-acute;m gereorde summum fiat silentium ad mensam, R. Ben. 62, 13. Heálicra mildheortnysse summe clementiae, Hy. S. 29, 7. Mid heálicum geþylde, Hml. A. 21, 176. Mid heálicere gecneordnisse, Ælfc. T. Grn. 16, 46. Hié hæfdon miccle lufan and eác heálico ondrysnu, Bl. H. 205, 8. (d) as an epithet of what is evil, deep guilt, grievous sin, profound error :-- Nis nán leahter swá heálic þ-bar; man ne mæg gebétan, Hml. S. 12, 157. On þám heálicon gedwylde þæt hí swá fúle [men] him tó godum gecuran, Wlfst. 107, 24. On ðæt heálice gedwyld, Sal. K. p. 123, 106. Hí þæ-acute;r heálicne on hryre gefremedan multiplicata est in eis ruina, Ps. Th. 105, 23. Wið eallum þæ-acute;m heálicum synnum, Bl. N. 7. Þurh heálice misdæ-acute;da, Ll. UNCERTAIN Th. i. 404, 1. (2) of a high degree of excellence, noble, excellent :-- Heálic lár praecipuum documentum, Hpt. Gl. 455, 27 : Wrt. Voc. ii. 66, 19. Þæt is heálic dæg, béntíd brému, Men. 74: 37. Þæt is heálic ræ-acute;d monna gehwylcum, Cri. 430. Mid heálicum ealdordóme authentica auctoritate. An. Ox. 2597. Mid heálicere superna (potestate), 3531. Heálicre gife charismate, Wrt. Voc. ii. 23, 25. Heálice synde[r]gife felix priuilegium, An. Ox. 2588. Heálicum eximia, nobilia, insignia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 145, 5. Þá heálican gewyrhto Sce UNCERTAIN Ióhannes, Bl. H. 167, 5. [v. N. E. D. highly. O. H. Ger. hóh&dash-uncertain;lih sublimis: Icel. há-ligr.]

heá-líce. Add: I. in a local sense, on high :-- Pilatus ásette ðis gewrit to ðæ-acute;re róde bufon Crístes heáfde heálíce, Hml. Th. ii. 254, 27. Stód se earming ætforan þám deófle þæ-acute;r hé heálíce sæt, Hml. S. 3, 372. Se wítga cwæð þæt áhæfen wæ-acute;ren heálíce upp sunne and móna, Cri. 693. II. in or to a high position or rank :-- Se fæder þóhte hwám hé hí (his daughter) mihte heálícost forgifan, Ap. Th. 1. 13. II a. specially :-- Heálícust on tíde gebedes precipue in tempore orationis, Scint. 36, 16. III. in or to a high degree or extent, greatly, extremely :-- Ealle mægene hergan heálíce, Cri. 383. Swá swá heálicor ic geswu[telige] ut ahius pandam, An. Ox. 5058. Hit nis gít se tíma þ-bar; ic þé heálícor mæge onbryrdan firmioribus remediis nondum tempus est, Bt. 5, 3; F. 14, 14. IIIa. with elevated voice :-- Seraphines cynn unáþreótendum þrymmum singað ful heálíce (or under IV P UNCERTAIN but see heálic; IV. l a) hlúdan stefne fægre, Cri. 389. IV. with high quality, nobly :-- Hé bið geniéd mid ðæ-acute;m folgoðe ðæt hé sceal heálíce sprecan loci sui necessitate exigitur summa dicere, Past. 81, 6. IV a. of workmanship, with perfect workmanship, elaborately :-- Heofon ongeat hwá hine heálíce torhtne getremede tungolgimmum, Cri. 1150. [v. N. E. D. highly; adv.]

heálicness. Add: I. in a local sense :-- Heálicnysse conum (ut pyrae cacumina sphaerae apicem triginta cubitis in conum praecellerent, Ald. 48, 26), An. Ox. 3529. II. of rank, dignity, etc. :-- Eálá þ-bar; swá mycel heálicnys swilces weres ús þeówode, Hml. S. 30, 281.

heall. Add: I. a large room forming part of the residence of a great man, in which the social, public life of the household is carried on :-- Hús domus, heall aulea, cavertún vestibulum, Wrt. Voc. i. 289, 82 : ii. 8, 66. Hwearf þá tó healle . . . þæt hé ofer his ealdre gestód, ábeád for þæ-acute;re duguðe deóp æ-acute;rende, Az. 166. Swá swá æ-acute;lces cynges háma ; beóð sume on búre, sume on healle, sume on ódene, Solil. H. 44, 19. Cyning sceal on healle beágas dæ-acute;lan (cf. B. 1020 sqq. ), Gn. C. 28: Rä. UNCERTAIN 56, 13. 'Miht þú mé áræ-acute;ran on Rómánisce wísan cynelice gebytlu ? . . . Hé cwæð þ-bar; hé wolde wyrcan þá healle . . . and þá óþre gebytlu bæftan UNCERTAIN þæ-acute;re healle . . . twelf hús tógædere, Hml. S. 36, 91-99. I a. as the place for meals :-- Swylc þú æt swæ-acute;sendum sitte mid ðinum ealdormannum and þegnum on wintertíde, and sié fýr onæ-acute;led and þín heall gewyrmed (calido effecto cenaculo), Bd. 2, 13 ; Sch. 165, 18. Wæs þeós medoheal dreórfáh, UNCERTAIN eal bencþelu blóde bestýmed, heall heorudreóre, B. 487. Healle cenaculi, An. Ox. 5251. Tó healle gang Healfdenes sunu, wolde self cyning symbel UNCERTAIN þicgan, B. 1009. Wé on bence . . . hæleð on healle, By. 214: Dan. 729. I b. as a sleeping-place for the retinue, the lord having his separate apartment (cf. Hróðgár gewát út of healle . . . wolde sécan cwén tó gebeddan, B. 663. Hróðgár gewát tó hofe sínum rice tó ræste, 1236. Wæs tó búre Beówulf fetod, 1310) :-- Sigon tó slæ-acute;pe . . . þá wæs on healle heardecg UNCERTAIN togen sweord, B. 1288. II. a residence, habitation of a great man, palace :-- Þisse healle hornas ne byrnað, Fin. 4: 20. Hé sæt ætforan þæ-acute;re healle dura (beforan þæ-acute;re healle, v. l.) residens ante palatium, Bd. 2, 12 ; Sch. 155, 11. Manege scíran wurdon gedrehte þurh þæs cynges healle geweorc (through work at the king's hall) þe man on Westmynstre worhte (cf. se cyng . . . his híred innan his níwan gebyttlan æt Westmynstre heóld, 1099; P. 234, 34), Chr. 1097; P. 234, 8. Waes hé tó þæ-acute;re fæderlican healle gelæ-acute;dd and þæ-acute;r gefédd auleis in paternis imbuebatur, Guth. Gr. 107, 20. Ðé is leófre on ðissum wácum scræfum ðonne ðú on healle heálic biscop sitte (Bede's Latin is: Tui claustra deserti huic gradui (the episcopal) praefers), Hml. Th. ii. 146, 28. Úre Scyppend . . . his gecorenan on þisum middanearde geágnað swá swá hláford his híred on his healle, 72, 29. Þá eóde heó (queen Alexandria) on hire palatium, þ-bar; is on hire healle, Shrn. 75, 25: An. Ox. 4368. Ásettan healle hróffæste (cf. fæst hús timbrian, Bt. 12 ; F. 36, 10) perennem ponere sedem, Met. 7, 6: 11. Gif mon on níwne weall unádrúgodne micelne hróf and hefigne onsett, ðonne ne timbreð hé nó healle ac hryre (non habitaculum, sed ruina fabricatur), Past. 383, 33. Se Hæ-acute;lend cóm intó þæs ealdres healle (in domum principis), Mt. 9, 23: Sal. 380. II a. figuratively :-- Wel þé geríseð þæt þú heáfod sié healle mæ-acute;rre. Cri. 4. III. an official building, (l) a building for worship, a temple :-- Wearðiað Dryhten in halle ðæ-acute;re hálgan his adorate Dominum in aula sancta ejus, Ps. Srt. 28, 2. (2) a building for legal business, a court of law :-- In ðæs giroefa halle &l-bar; mótern (on þ-bar; dómern, W. S. ) in praetorium, Jn. L. R. 18, 28. v. gegild-, heáh-, heofon-heall.

heall, es; m. A stone, rock :-- Þám strengestan(-e, MS.) stáne, healle robustissim UNCERTAIN petre (cf. Mt. 7, 24), An. Ox. 4111. ¶ in place names, as the name of a person. Cf. Icel. Hallr :-- In halles burge, C. D. iii. 377, 24. Heallingwara mearc wið Halles meres, 400, 27. In locum qui dicitur halles meri, 386, 24. Cf. In loco ubi nominatur Hallingas, i. 194, 15 (the last two passages are parts of the same charter). De Heallingan, 264, 11. Hallinga homme, weallan, iii. 389, 7, 19 (the last three occur in the same charter, which refers to Halhagan). [Goth. hallus petra : Icel. hallr a rock, boulder.] The word is used also as a proper name. v. heal-stán.

heall-ærn, -gamen. v. heal-ærn, -gamen in Dict.

heall-hálgung (P), UNCERTAIN e; f. Celebration of rites in a hall (?), Bacchanalian rites :-- Geld, haealhálgung ceremoniae (cf. ceremoniae, i. ritus sacrificandi geld, Wülck. Gl. 202, 27), g. orgia, Wrt. Voc. i. 28, 54,

heal-lic.. For 'Cot. 194, Lye' substitute :-- Tó heallicum geseton ad palatinas zetas, An. Ox. 2996. Ðá heallican seld, Wrt. Voc. ii. 81, 23. Þá heallican palatinas (infulas), An. Ox. 4622.

heall-reced, -sittende. v. heal-reced, -sittende in Dict. : heall-stán. v. heal-stán: heall-þegen, -wudu. v. heal-þegen, -wudu in Dict.

healm. For II substitute I a below, and add: I. in a collective sense, stubble, straw :-- Hég foenum, healm stipula, Wrt. Voc. i. 289, 46. Healm stramen spicarum, ii. 137, 48. Swá hwylc man swá ofer þisne staþol seteð . . . híg oððe healm (stipulam) . . . þeáh þe þ-bar; híg and þ-bar; healm forbyrne, Gr. D. 328, 23-27. Wið liðseáwe, genim bereu UNCERTAIN healm, Lch. ii. 134, 2. Sete hié swé swé halm (stipulam) biforan onsiéne windes, Ps. Srt. 82, 14: ii. p. 187, 26. Ðæt halm paleas, Lk. R. 3, 17. Ia. stubble as representing the arable land from which a crop has been gathered :-- Ciricsceat mon sceal ágifan tó ðám healme and tó ðám heorðe (according to the amount of cultivated arable land and to the kind of house. But the old Latin version has: A culmine et mansione) ðe se mon on bíþ UNCERTAIN tó middum wintra, Ll. Th. i. 140, 13. II. a straw, stalk :-- Eár spica, egla arista, healm culmus, codd folliculus, Wrt. Voc. i. 38, 49: 67, 36. Healm vel stela culmus, ii. 137, 48. Ðá halm geberned paleas comburet, Lk. L. 3, 17. Ða halmas, Mt. L. 3, 12. v. bere-, hwæ-acute;-healm.