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HEGE-SUGGE -- HELL-HEORT 529

dæ-acute;re hegestówe, 263, 28. On ðá aldan hegestówe; and syððan á ondlang ðæ-acute;re ealdan hegestówe on ðone folchearpað, 393, 13. On ðá hegstówe; of ðæ-acute;re hegstówe, 77, 27. Ofer ðæ-acute;re stræ-acute;te in ðá hegestówe, 263, 25.

hege-sugge, an; f. A hedge sparrow :-- Hegesugge cicada, uicetula, Wülck. Gl. 131, 34. [N. E. D. hay-sugge. J v. hæg-sugga.

hege-þorn (?) hawthorn, haythorn (v. N. E. D. hawthorn). The word seems to occur in the compound hegeðonhyrs (l. (?) hegeðornhyrst), C. D. i. 261, 8. v. hæg-þorn.

hege-weg, es; m. A road that runs between hedges: -- -- Andlang heges on ðane brádan hegewai, C. D. iii. 380, 13. Cf. weall-weg.

hég-hús. v. híg-hús.

hegian, hegegian to hedge, fence :-- Hega eáran þíne mid þornum sepi aures tuas spinis, Scint. 80, 3. Á hé mæig findan hwæt hé mæig on byrig bétan. . . grép hegian, dícsceard bétan, Angl. ix. 262, 19. Geneát sceal . . . burh hegegian (v. burg-hege), LI. Th. i. 432, 16. v. ge-, ymb-hegian; hagian.

hég-síþe. v. híg-síþe: heg-stæf. v. hege-stæf: heg-stów. v. hege-stów : héh-faro. v. heáh-fore : héhþu. v. híhþu.

hel, hæl (?, for form cf. tæl, tel), es; m. A hidden spot (f), a shelter (f) :-- Tó Dudemæ-acute;res hele; of Dudemæ-acute;res hele, C. D. vi. 171, 5: 76, 26. On Ecgerdes hel ufeweardne, iii. 48, 16. [Cf. From her frendes hy stelen And gon to wode and maken hem helen, And crepen thereinne, Alis. 4959. Heal a hidden spot; a shelter, D. D.]

hel (?) a pretext. Substitute: hél, es ; m. Calumny, a false charge :-- Ne teó ic N. ne for hete ne for hóle (héle, v.l.) . . . and ic sylf tó sóðe talige þ-bar; hé mínes orfes þeóf wæ-acute;re, Ll. Th. i. 180, II. þá geréfan rýpað þá earman bútan æ-acute;lcere scylde , . . and mid yfelan hélan earme men beswicað (they defraud the wretched folk with wicked false charges), ii. 220, 18. v. hól.

hel, hell, helle, e ; f. Substitute : hel, hell, hyll, e; f. : helle, es; m. In 1. 22 for æ-acute;fengife l. æ-acute;fengifl, and add: I. the lower world, the abode of the dead. (l) in Jewish and Christian use :-- 'Leófe dohtor gif æ-acute;nig andgyt sý on helle læ-acute;t þú þæt cwicsúslene hús'. Ðæt mæ-acute;den ðá forð eóde . . . and cwæð: ' Dionisia, hál wes þú, ic gréte þé nú of helle gecíged', Ap. Th. 26, 11-16. Dryhten from helle ástág, Gú. 1077. Hí sculon gán libbende on helle (in infernum), Past. 429, 24 : Ps. Spl. 54, 16. Hafað se hálga helle bereáfod, Cri. 558. (a) in classical mythology :-- Þæ-acute;re helle hund . . . þæs nama wæs Ceruerus, Bt. 35, 6 ; F. 168, 15. Of helle ex herebo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 97, 37: 31, 67. II. the abode of the fallen angels, the place of punishment of the wicked after death :-- Ic wénde þ-bar; þ-bar; hell (hel, v.l.) wæ-acute;re be ðám tintregum unáræf-nendlicum ic oft secgan hýrde . . . ' Nis þis seó hell þe þú wénest, ' Bd. 5, 12; Sch. 617, 11-18. Hwæþer helle sý þe ofer þyssere eorðan þe under þissere eorðan . . . Manige men wénað þ-bar; seó hell sý on sumum dæ-acute;le þyssere eorðan . . . þ-bar; wé hátað helle in gewritum . . . mé is geþúht þ-bar; seó ufere hell sý on þissere eorðan, and seó neoþere hell sý under ðissere eorðan, Gr. D. 332, 10-20. Se gífra helle bið á open deóflum and þæ-acute;m mannum þe nú be his lárum lifiaþ, Bl. H. 61, 12. Heom (the fallen angels) wearð hyll gegearwod, Wlfst. 8, 8. Geatt helles portae inferi, Mt. L. 16, 18. Tó botme helle þæ-acute;re hátan, Gen. 363. Þæ-acute;re stýlenan helle, Sal. 490. Tó þám (þæ-acute;re, v.l.) deópan helle, Hml. S. 27, 159. Þæs þú in helle scealt werhðo dreógan, B. 588. On þæ-acute;re fýrenan helle. Bl. H. 45, 5. Wið þone weallendan bryne þe weallað on helle, Ll. Th. i. 364, 13. In helle (in inferno) áhóf ðá égo his mið ðý wére in tintergum, Lk. L. 16, 23. Ne sceal nán man wénan þ-bar; æalla þá þe on helle beóð habban gelíc wíte. Solil. H. 65, 21. Tó þæ-acute;re sweartan helle, Hml. S. 4, 290. Hylle, Sae. 338: 717. Satan . . . helle forð healdan sceolde, Gen. 348. Þá sweartan helle, græ-acute;dige and gífre, 792. Helle, morðorhúsa mæ-acute;st, fýres fulle, Cri. 1624. III. used personally :-- Hell ongeat þ-bar; se Scyppend cwóm, þá heó þ-bar; weorud ágeaf, Cri. 1160. Nales hel (infernus) ondetteð ðé, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 185, 23. v. níþ-hell.

héla. Add :-- Héla calcaneus, exterior pars pedis. Wrt. Voc. ii. 127, 40. Hélan calce, 21, 20. From þæ-acute;m hæ-acute;lum (cf. ilum, lxxii, 13) oð ðæs heáfdes heánnesse a plantis usque ad uerticem. Lch. i. Ixxiv, 36. Hélan talos, lxxi, II. Heálan, lxxiv, 22. Hí habbað feax oð hélan habentes comas usque ad talos, Nar. 35, 3 : 38, 8.

helabr. v. heolfor.

hélade ; adj. Having large heels :-- Hélade calcanosus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 22, 73. Heálade, 127, 41.

helan. Add: I. to prevent something becoming known :-- Hí læ-acute;rdon hira synna, and hí hí nánwuht ne hæ-acute;lon (absconderunt), Past. 427, 29. Strengre is þ-bar; ic morðor hele, scyle mánswara lifian, Cri 193, I a. with dat. of person to whom something is not made known :-- Míne scylde ic dyde þé cúðe, and míne unrihtwísnysse ic þé ne hæl, Ll. Th. ii. 426, 21. Gif ðú hyt ongitten hæbbe, ne hel hyt mé, Solil. H. 53, 7. Ne mæg ic ðé náuht helan þæs þe ic wát, Bt. 42 ; F. 256, 13: Gen. 1583 : El. 703. Sió heá lár is betere manegum monnum tó helanne, and feáwum tó secganne, Past. 459, 9. I b. with preps, to conceal from (wiþ, fram) :-- Ðonne hí he[o]lað (the o is written above the line) fromUNCERTAIN monnum (hominibiis occultando) ðæt hí secggan scoldon, and secgað ðæt hí he[o]lan scoldon, Past. 449, 5. Ne hel ic (celavi) mildheortnisse ðíne from gesomnunge micelre. Ps. Srt. 39, II. Þéh þe hé hit fæste wid þá senatus hæ-acute;le, Ors. 4, 10 ; S. 196, 16. II. to keep silence about :-- Ic ne mæg leng helan be þám lífes treó, El. 706. v. ge-helan; helian.

helan to calumniate, v. hoelan in Dict. and hólian.

Helcol Hercules :-- Helcol Alcidis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 93, 46: 5, 58. (The o is accented in both instances.)

heldan to incline, v. hildan: helde a slope, v. hilde: helde allegiance. Dele, and see hyldu.

helde tansy. Add: -- Helde tanicetum, An. Ox. 56, 395 : tenedisse, Wrt. Voc. i. 68, 24. Genim heldan leáf, Lch. iii. 58, 26.

hele a covering (?) [Cf. O.H.Ger. halu tegmine; helí; f. velamentum.] v. eorþ-hele.

helerung. v. heolorung: helfe. v. hilfe : helfling. l. hilfling : helian. Add: v. á-, be-, for-, ge-, ofer-, un-helian: heling. v. ofer-heling.

hell-cniht, es; m. An infernal servant, a devil as servant :-- Stód se earming ætforan þám árleásan deofle þæ-acute;r hé heálíce sæt mid his hel-cnihtum, Hml. S. 3, 372.

hell-cund; adj. Infernal, devilish :-- Þæt helcunde wered the host of devils. Wlfst. 254, 15.

hell-deófol. Add: the god of the infernal regions :-- Heldióbul Orcws, Wrt. Voc. ii 115, 64. Heldeófol, 63, 49. Cf. helle-deófol.

helle-bryne. Add :-- Wið hellebryne beorgan his sáwle, Wlfst. 271, 16 : Ll. Th. i. 318, 20.

helle-cæ-acute;ge, an ; f. [Under cæ-acute;g the weak fem. cæ-acute;ge has been incorrectly deleted; it should be restored] :-- Hé bereð helleciégan (cf. seó cæ-acute;ge, 20) on handa, Verc. Först. l 28, 5.

helle-duru. Add :-- Tó þám sweartum tintrehstówum helleduru (tintreges gómum helledures (= -dores?), v.l.) hí hine gebróhton ad nefandas tartari fauces perducunt, Guth. Gr. 131, 185. Þonne wendeð Scs.UNCERTAIN Petrus fram þæ-acute;re helleduru, and hé belúceð þá helleduru, Verc. Forst. 128, 12. On helleduru gelæ-acute;ded. Bd. 5, 14; Sch. 644, 21.

helle-fýr. Add :-- On hwylc gerád is hit tó gelýfanne þ-bar; þ-bar; líchamlice hellefýr mage geniman þá unlíchamlican wísan þæ-acute;re sáwle ?, Gr. D. 303, 18. Hweþer hit sý tó gelýfanne þ-bar; sý án hellefýr (unus gehennae ignis) . . . witodlíce án hellefýr is, 333, 13-16. Cwælmed in þæ-acute;m méstan hellefýre, Wlfst. 218, 15. Hé ne fédde hellefýrum náht lytel synfullne qui non parvulum peccatorem gehennae ignibus nutrisset, Gr. D. 290, 4.

helle-gást. Add: a spirit of hell, an infernal spirit :-- Þ UNCERTAIN hé sigor hæfde betwyh þám óþrum heliegástum, Gr. D. 189, 26.

helle-geat. Substitute :-- Úre Hæ-acute;lend tóbræc hellegatu . . . And is nú hellegeat belocen rihtwísun mannum, Hml. Th. i. 228, 1-5. But see geat, (4).

helle-god. Add: v. hell-god: helle-grund. Add: v. hell-grund.

helle-grut. Substitute: helle-grutt, es; m. or n. The abyss of hell :-- Hellegrut baratrum, i. infernum. An. Ox. 689.

helle-hinca. Add: v. hancettan.

helle-hús. Add :-- Hellehús hafað forclas micle, Verc. Forst. 109, 6. Þ UNCERTAIN hellehús is mid swíðe láðlicum gástum áfylled, 112, 2.

helle-loc an enclosure in hell; in pl. hell as a prison :-- Þ UNCERTAIN hí scoldan hine gelæ-acute;dan tó hellelocum (ad inferni claustra), Gr. D. 325, 30. See also loc ; I.

helle-mægen the force or host of hell :-- Þæt eall hellemxgen for þæs fýres hæ-acute;to forweorðeð, Verc. Forst. 166.

helle-smiþ. v. smiþ.

helle-stów an infernal region :-- Be þám wítelicum hellestówum de locis poenalibus inferni, Gr. D. 332, 9.

helle-súsl. v. súsl, (2).

helle-tintreg hell-torment :-- In helletintrego, Verc. Forst. 128, 19. See also tintreg, and cf. next word.

helle-wíte. Add :-- Wé gebyrian sceolon oððe heofonwarena cyninge oððe hellewítes deóflum, Wlfst. 151, 20. Hellewíte tartari tormento, An. Ox. 2218. Hellewite tartara, 1249. Hé underféng hellewíte eum ultrix gehenna suscepit, Past 339, 3. Drifað ðá deófla Þá synfullan sáwla in hellewítu, Verc. Först. 128, 10. See next word.

hellewíte-bróga terror of hell :-- Þæt man ús foresegð embe hellewíte-brógan (or ? helle wíte-brógan. v. wíte-bróga. But cf. be fyrhto þæs tintreglican wítes hé leóþ geworhte de horrore poenae gehennalis carmina faciebat, Bd. 4, 24; Sch. 487, 15), Wlfst. 151, 24.

hell-god the god of hell, Dis :-- Helgodes Ditis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 95, 3 : 27, 24.

hell-grund the depth of hell :-- Þú in hellgrundes (helle-, v.l.) ástige, Angl. xii. 507, 8. v. helle-grund.

hell-heort; adj. Faint-hearted (?) :-- For ðám egsan þæs engles ansýnes þá weardas wæ-acute;ron áfæ-acute;rede and hellheorte, and efne swá forhte gewordene swá heó deáde wæ-acute;ron, Nap. 37. [Cf. (?) M. H. Ger. hell weak.]