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HEOFONCUND-LIC -- HEOFON-WARU 533

altere, 222, 23. Gé ne ongitaðþone heofoncundan anweald, Bt. 16, l; F. 48, 31. Þú gemengest þá heofoncundan hider wið eorðan sáula wið líce, Met. 20, 235. Þá heofencundan þing þé sint gecynde, Bt. 14, l ; F. 40, 34.

heofoncund-lic ; adj. Heavenly, celestial :-- Becuman tó dám écan lífe þæs heofoncundlican ríces, Wlfst. 215, 10. Mid heofoncundlicre bletsunge gebletsod, 293, 29.

heofon-cyning. In 1. 6 for -cyning l. -cyninga, and add: I. of the first person of the Trinity :-- Heofoncyninges lof singað Ceraphin, El. 748 : An. 723. Hefoncyninges, Gen. 659. Hé hnigon mid heáfdum heofoncyninge, 237. Abraham hýrde heofoncyninge, Exod. 410. II. of the second person :-- Ród bestémed heofoncyninges hlútran dreóre, Cri. 1087. Eall gé þæt mé dydon tó hýnðum heofoncyninge, 1514.

heofone. Add: I. the overarching vault of sky :-- Ic gedó þæt eów bið æ-acute;gðer heard ge heofene ge eorðe dabo vobis coelum desuper sicut ferrum et terram aeneam, Lev. 26, 19. Sí þé heofene swilce ór and eorðe swilce ísen, Deut. 28, 23. Under þæ-acute;re heofenan fæstnisse, Gen. I. 20. Geseah hé standan áne hlæ-acute;dre fram eorðan tó heofenan, 28, 12. God hét þá fæstnisse heofenan, I. 8. On ðám óðrum dæge gesceóp God heofenan, seó ðe is geháten firmamentum, Lch. iii. 232, 13. Hé getimbrode ðá heálican heofenan, Hml. Th. ii. 586, 29. I a. as the expanse in which the stars are fixed :-- Seó heofene andealla tungla heore rina behealdað, Solil. H. 9, 14. Hí (the planets) ne synd ná fæste on þæ-acute;re rodorlican heofonan swá swá óðre tunglan, Angl. vii. 14, 121. II. the region of the atmosphere in which clouds float, moisture is stored, birds fly, & c. :-- Eal woruld winneð ongeán þá oferhogan . . . Seó heofone ús winð wið þonne heó ús sendeð styrnlice stormas, Wlfst. 92, 16. Þæ-acute;re heofenan wæterþeótan wæ-acute;ron geopenode, Gen. 7, II : 8, 2. Hwí is þ-bar; tácn (the rainbow) on þæ-acute;re lyftenan (-ran, MS.) heofonan (cf. arcum meum ponam in nubibus et erit signum, Gen. 9, 13) gesewen ?, Angl. vii. 38, 357. III. the region beyond the visible sky (the combination heaven and earth denotes the universe) :-- In þám dæge heofene and eorðe cwaciað. Wlfst. 182, 9. Nán man Godes mihte ne forflíhð on nánum heolstrum heofenan oððe eorðan oþþe sæ-acute; ðriddan (nec judicium superni Gubernatoris uspiam effugere queo, Vit. Cuth. c. 24), Hml. Th. ii. 146, 31. On anginne gesceóp God heofenan and eorðan, Gen. l, l. IV. the celestial abode of immortal beings :-- Swá micel is betwux gódum mannum and yfelum, swá micel swá bið betwux heofenan and eorðan, Hml. Th. i. 262, 20. Ic geseah englas ferigan gesæ-acute;lige sáwle tó heálicre heofenan, ii. 150, 27. Godes ríce on rodorlicere heofonan, 330, 27. IV a. one of the seven heavens recognized by the Jews :-- Hé becóm tó ðæ-acute;re ðriddan heofonan, Hml. Th. ii. 3. 52, 10. Þá óðre heofenan synd ungesewenlice and mannum unásmeágendlice. Synd swá þeáh má heofenan swá swá se wítega cwæð, 'Coeli coelorum', þ-bar; is heofena heofenan. Eác se apostol Paulus áwrát þ-bar; hé wæs gelæ-acute;dd oð ðá þriddan heofenan, Lch. iii. 232, 21-26: Angl. viii. 310, 2 : Ps. L. 148, 4. V. used in forms of asseveration or in oaths :-- Sé ðe swereð on heofonan, hé swereð on Godes þrymsetle, Mt. 23, 22. See heofon.

heofon-fleógende; adj. Flying in the air. v. heofon; II :-- Heofonfleógende fuglas volucres coeli, UNCERTAIN Ps. Vos. 103, 12.

heofon-flód, es ; m. Flood produced by heavy rain :-- Wæs seó eá for regna micelnesse swíðe réðe, and heofonflód micel on sæt (on gesett, v. l.) fluuius prae inundantia pluuiarum late alueum suum immo omnes ripas suas transierat. Bd. 3, 24; Sch. 309, 18.

heofon-fýr, es; n. Lightning, v. heofon; II :-- Be ðám muntum . . . þá ðe heáh standað . . . heó beóð genehhe mid heofenfýre geþreáde, Wlfst. 262. 15.

heofon-hæbbende. Substitute: heofon-hæbbend, es; m. An epithet of the Deity, he that holds the citadel (arx) of heaven, v. habban; I 2 b :-- Heofenhæbbend arcitenens, Wrt. Voc. ii. 9, 59. v. fceofon-wealdend.

heofon-hróf ; II. v. heofon; VIII.

heofon-hús (?) a house with a ceiling (?). v. heofon ; VIII.

heofonisc. Add :-- Hié ne mehton from Galliscum fýre forbærnede weorþan, ac hí hefenisc fýr (e coelo ignis) foibærnde, Ors. 2, 8; S. 94, 15.

heofon-leóht. Add :-- Ðæt ofer his reliquias þ-bar; heofonleóht (lux caelestis) ealle niht wæs ofer grstondonde, Bd. 3, II ; Sch. 235, 9.

heofon-lic. Add: I. Of, in, or belonging to heaven, as the abode of God. v. heofon ; V :-- Heofonlic hleóðor and se hálga song gehýred wæs, Gú. 1297. Seó sáwl mót brúcan þæs heofonlican, siþþan heó biþ ábrogden from þæ-acute;m eorþlican, Bt. 18, 4; F. 68, 17. On þ-bar; éce wuldor þæs heofenlican ríces. Bl. H. 61, 6. Mid heofonlicum þreáte háligra gásta, 95, 6. Ðone weg þe ðé gelæ-acute;t tó þæ-acute;re heofenlican byrig, Bt. 36, I; F. 172, 29. Nú míne fét gongað on heofenlicne weg (I am dying), Bl. H. 191, 21. Hié þá ongehýd heora heortan fæstlíce on þone heofonlican hyht gestaþelodon, 135, 29. Hér Dúnstán forlét þis líf and geférde þ-bar; heofonlice, Chr. 988; P. 125, 15. Hé ús forgeaf heofonlicne hám, Kr. 148. Geearnian ðone hefonlican éðel. Past. 255, 4. Heofonlicra ceastriwarena supernorum (i. angelorum) ciuium, An. Ox. 328. Geimpod tó ðæ-acute;m hefenlicum (hefon-, v. l.) diógolnessum, Past. 99, 18. Þú gegæderast dá hiofonlicon sáwla and ðá eorþlican líchoman, Bt. 33, 4; F. 132, 23. II. proceeding from or belonging to the Deity, divine. Cf. heofon; VI :-- Þæt heofenlice gehát, Bl. H. 135, 27. Wæs Drihten cweþende tó Marian líchoman, 'Aris þú, . . . þú eart þ heofenlice templ', 157, 13. Seó onbláwnes þæ-acute;re heofonlican onfæðmnesse, 7, 26. Mid þám heofonlicon wísdóme þe him se Hæ-acute;land forgeaf, Angl. vii. 2, 10. Gesión ðá birhtu þæs heofenlican leóhtes cf. þá écan birhtu Godes, 5) mid módes eágum, Bt. 34, 8 ; F. 146, 2. Óþer dæ-acute;l sceal beón geclæ-acute;nsod on þám heofonlicon fýre, 38, 4; F. 204, l. Ic eów freoþige tó Fæder ó hé eów gehealde þurh þ-bar; heofenlice anwald. Bl. H. 135, 26. Wealdend þé gife heoíonlicne hláf, An. 389. Ic gebrenge þá heofonlican gód æt þám eáþmédum, Bt. 7, 3 ; F. 22, 2. II a. applied to miraculous manifestations :-- Ofer his reliquias heofenlic leóht (lux caelestis) ealle niht wæs oferstandende, Bd. 3, II; Sch. 235, 9: Gfl. 1264. Seó ætýwnes heofonlices wundres miraculi caelestis ostensio, Bd. 3, ii; Sch. 237, 3. Hé getrymede heora geleáfan mid þon heofonlicon weorce (with working of miracles), Bl. H. 17, 8. III. of or from heaven, v. heofon ; II :-- Þá hine man on þ-bar; fýr wearp, þá álýsde ic hine mid heofonlicon réne Croesum rogi flammis traditum, misso coelitus imbre defensum, Bt. 7, 3; F. 22, 13. Hit wearð fram heofonlicum fýre (igne caelesti) forbærned, Ors. I. 3; S. 32, 3. Úre fæderas æ-acute;ton heofonlicne mete (heofunlica, R. heofunlic, L.) manducaneurunt patres nostri manna, Jn. 6, 58. IV. having relation to heaven and divine things :-- Þætte eal . . . sié ymb ðá heofonlican lufan . . . ðý læ-acute;s him losige ðæt hefenlice ondgit ut per omne . . . ad amorem coelestium surgat, ne . . . ipso veritatis intellectu vacuetur, Past. 84, 6-8. Heofenlicere lac[nunge] cflestis medicinae, An. Ox. 381. Heofenlicun angite anagogen, i. superno sensu, 184. p gastlice, heofenlice contemplatiuam (uitam), 2432. Ic lufige þæt heofenlice and þæt gástlice ofer þis æorðlicc, Solil. H. 12, 14. Heofonlice blisse mon mihte á on his mode ongytan, Bl. H. 223, 34. Sé ðe wile brúcan ðára godcundra ðinga and ðára hefonlicra lára, Past. 81, 14. Ðú bescylst mid óþre eágan on þá heofenlican þing, mid óþre þú lócast on þás eorþlican, Bt. 38, 5; F. 206, 18. V. having the purity that belongs to heaven, chaste. Cf. heofon-bígenged :-- Hic et haec et hoc caelebs clæ-acute;ne oððe heofonlic, Ælfc. Gl. Z. 66, 3. Clæ-acute;ngeorne celibes, i. casti, celestem vitam ducentes, heofenlicre celibea, Wrt. Voc. ii. 130, 54.

heofonlíce. Add :-- Heofonlíce coeliter, Wrt. Voc. ii. 20, 23.

heofon-ligende. Dele, and see heofon-bígenged.

heofon-ríce. Add: I. heaven as the abode of God and angels :-- Heóldon englas forð heofonríces héhðe þe Godes hyldo gelæ-acute;ston, Gen. 321. Þám stede þe wé cúðon on heofonríce, 358. Wit noldon on heofonríce hnígan mid heáfdum hálgum Drihtne, 741. Hé (Satan) hefonríce forworhte coelum perdidit, Past. 233, 20. ¶ in phrases describing the Deity as the ruler of heaven. (l) of God the Father :-- Hæfð geheaðerod hefonríces weard (cf. se ælmihtiga God, Bt. 21 ; F. 74, 9) mid his anwealde ealle gesceafta, Met. II, 31. Spræc heofonríces weard tó Abrahame, ece Drihten, Gen. 1744: Exod. 485: Dan. 12 : An. 52: Jul. 212: G5. 583: El. 197. Fæder mancynnes, . . . God lifigende . . . hiofenríces weard. Ps. C. 113 : Hy. 8, 2. Wnldres cyning, heofonríces helm, Cri. 566. Wuldorcyning, heofonríces God, Jul. 239 : El. 1125. (2) of Christ :-- Ic (Eve) ðé hálsige, heofonríces weard . . . þú fram mínre dóhtor, Drihten, onwóce, Sae. 422. Críst wæs ácenned . . Hæ-acute;lend geháten, heofonríces weard, Men. 4. On þá dúne þe Dryhten æ-acute;r áhangen wæs, heofonríces weard, El. 718. II. heaven as the abode of beatified spirits :-- Þuacute; ús læ-acute;rdest þ-bar; wé ongeátan þæt ðæt ys úre ágen . . . þæt ys þæt heofonríce, Solil. H. 8, 1. On fullum geleáfan heofonríces de vitae aeternitate securus, Ors. 6, 34; S. 290, 13. Bið open eádgum heofonríces duru, Ph. 12. Heofonríces hyht, helle wítu, An. 1054. Hefonríces þolian, Gen. 633. Þæt we sculon cuman of þisse worolde tó úres Fæder oeðle, þ-bar; is tó heofonríce, Ors. 5, 14; S. 248, 28: Sat. 216. On heofonríce eádge mid englum, Cri. 1246: 1639. In heofonríce habban eard mid englum, El. 621. III. a place or condition of the greatest pleasure of which a person is capable :-- Hé hæfde his heofonríce hér on eorðan, þá him nánes willan næs forwyrnd hér, ne nánes lustes on þysse weorulde anima ejus in vita ipsius benedicetur, Ps. Th. 48, 18.

heofon-setl, es; n. The heavenly dwelling :-- In heofonsetle heán in sede polorum, Dóm. L. 276. v. ge-rinnan.

heofon-steorra. Add :-- Heofonsteorran (cf. steorran, Bt. 33, 4; F. 132, 22) ealle efenbeorhte ne scínað, Met. 20, 232.

heofon-waran; pl. m. The inhabitants of heaven :-- Gebyrian oððe heofonwarena cyninge oððe hellewítes deóflum, Wlfst. 151, 20.

heofon-ware, Take here the plural forms given under heofon-waru in Dict., and add :-- Ealle heofonware him tógeánes férdon, Hml. S. 31, 1432. Críst þe sibb is heofonwara and eorðwara, Ors. 3, 5; S. 106, 29.

heofon-waru. Add: I. the inhabitants of heaven :-- Gesamnod wyrð eall heofonwaru. Wlfst. 25, ii: Ll. Th. ii. 132, 21. Gehýrað, heofonwaru audite, celi, Wlfst. 44, 28. II. heaven, the region