This is page 536 of the supplement to An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary by T. Northcote Toller (1921)

This online edition was created by the Germanic Lexicon Project.

Click here to go to the main page about Bosworth/Toller. (You can download the entire dictionary from that page.)
Click here to volunteer to correct a page of this dictionary.
Click here to search the dictionary.

This page was generated on 17 Jun 2017. The individual pages are regenerated once a week to reflect the previous week's worth of corrections, which are performed and uploaded by volunteers.

The copyright on this dictionary is expired. You are welcome to copy the data below, post it on other web sites, create derived works, or use the data in any other way you please. As a courtesy, please credit the Germanic Lexicon Project.

536 HEORT-ECE -- HÉR

394. Þæt hié weorðeden móde and mægene þone mæ-acute;ran dæg heortan gehigdum, El. 1224: Crl. 747. Mínre heortan hyge, Ps. Th. 72, 17 : 85, 13 : 118, 69. His módor geheóld ealle þás word on hyre heortan (hearta, L., heorte, R.) smeágende, Lk. 2, 51. Hálig in heortan, Gú. 554. Se deófol sæ-acute;wð mánfullice geþóhtas intó þæs mannes heortan, Angl. vii. 28, 263, Þám þe mid heortan hycgeað rihte his qui recto sunt corde, Ps. Th. 72, I : Dan. 491 : 598. Fór se deófol on Iúdas heortan þ-bar; hé hine belæ-acute;wde, Jn. 13, 2 : Hy. 7, 79 : Dan. 570. Hí berað on breóstum heortan clæ-acute;ne, Gú. 771. Eall geþanc manna heortena wæs gewend on yfel, Gen. 6, 5. Ic hí lifian hét lustum heortena (secundum desideria cordis eorum), Ps. Th. 80, 12. IV a. where eyes or ears are attributed to the heart :-- Hé gehwyrfde his heortan eáge, Past. 99, 22. Wé sceolon gleáwlíce þurhseón ússe hreðercofan heortan eágum, Cri. 1329. Anhyld þínre heortan eáre, R. Ben. I. 3. V. the seat of one's inmost thoughts, one's inmost being, soul :-- Of þæ-acute;re heortan willan se muð spicð, Mt. 12, 34. Opene weorðað monna dæ-acute;de, ne magon weras heortan geþóhtas fore waldende bemíðan, Cri. 1048: 1056: 1039. Bedeáglian hwæt hé dearninga on hyge hogde heortan geþoncum, Gú. 1227. His heortan diégemesse hit geopenað, and þæs óðres heortan belocene hit þurhfærþ, Bt. 13 ; F. 38, 26. Ná swilce God nyte æ-acute;lces mannes heortan, Angl. vii. 50, 496. VI. intent, will, desire, inclination: :-- Adame his hyge hwyrfde and his heorte ongann wendan tó hire willan, Gen. 716. Selle ðé Dryhten efter heortan ðínre (cf. ðínum willan, Ps. Th.), Ps. Srt. 19, 5. Utan ealle ánmódre heortan georne úrum Drihtne cwéman, Ll. Th. i. 424, 14. Eallum þám þe his líchoman mid éstfulre heortan séceað, Chr. 1023 ; P. 156, 25. VII. disposition, temperament, character :-- Ðwerre heortan (qui) peruersi cordis (est), Kent Gl. 612. For eówer heortan heardnesse hé eów wrát þis bebod, Mk 10, 5. Ic eom bilwite and eádmód on heortan, Mt. ii. 29. Oferhýdegum eágum, unsædre heortan, nolde ic mid þæ-acute;m men mínne mete ðicgean superbo oculo et insatiabili corde, cum hoc simul non edebam, Ps. Th. 100, 5. Hé hæfde heortan unhneáweste hringa gedáles, Vid. 73. Sumum hé syleð monna milde heortan, Crä. 108: Alm. 2. VIII. the seat of the emotions generally -- Him mæg beón þe glædre his heorte, Angl. viii. 317, 39. Heorte mín áhlyhheð, Ps. Th. 85, ii. Ys mé on hreðre heorte gedréfed, 54, 4: 68, 21: 101, 4. Heorte ys onhæ-acute;ted, Jud. 87. Þá þióstro þínre heorian (þínre gedréfednesse, Bt. 6 ; F. 14, 30) willað mínre leóhtan láre wiðstondan, Met. 5, 21. Hé heortan sorge wæg, B. 2463. God mæg gehæ-acute;lan hygesorge heortan mínre, Cri. 174: GB. 1178. Hé geblissað on his heortan, Ex. 4, 14. Búte him æ-acute;r cume hreáw tó heortan, Met. 18, II Wæ-acute;ron heaðowylmas heortan getenge, Exod. 148 : Dan. 629 : Ps. Th. 101, 4. Him wæs leóht sefa heortan néh, An. 1254. Hit wyrs ne mæg on þínum hyge hreówan þonne hit mé æt heortan déð, Gen. 826. Þæt wæs torn were hefig æt heortan, 980: Cri. 500: 1494. Is mín mód gehæ-acute;led, hyge ymb heortan gerúme, Gen. 759 : 354. He hafað wérige heortan, se. 'an sorhfulne, Sal. 377. IX. the seat of love or affection :-- Þæ-acute;r þín goldhord is, þæ-acute;r is þín heorte (hearta, L., eorta, R.), Mt. 6, 21. Utan God lufian innewerdre heortan, Ll. Th. i. 350, 9. Heó cwæð þ-bar; heó hine ne nánne habban wolde mid líchoman (lichom-licre, v. l. licre is written above an) heortan (with camal affection ?), Chr. 1067; P. 201, 19. X. the seat of courage :-- Hige sceal þe heardra, heorte þe cénre, mód sceal þe máre be úre mægen lytlað, By. 312: B. 2561. Getrymed is heorte his, Ps. Srt. III, 8. Heard heortan geþóht habban, Kl. 43. Hé sent on eów forhte heortan, Deut. 28, 65. Herd hige þínne, heortan staðola, An. 1215. Heardræ-acute;dne hyge, heortan strange, Gen. 2348. Hí beóð heortum þý hwærran, Rä. 27, 20. XI. the seat of the intellectual faculties :-- Eálá dysegan and on heortan læte, Lk. 24, 25. Hé áblende hyra eágan and áhyrde hyra heortan, þ-bar; hí ne geseón mid hyra eágon and mid hyra heortan ne ongyton, Jn. 12, 40. Drihten eów ne sealde undergitende heortan, Deut. 29, 4. XII. the central part of anything :-- Byð mannes sunu on eorðan heortan þrý dagas and þreó niht, Mt. 12, 40. XIII. in phrases with prepositions. (l) æt heortan in (one's) inmost thoughts :-- Heó wuldorcyning herede æt heortan, Jul. 239. (2) in (on) heortan in (one's) inmost thoughts :-- Gyf se yfela þeówa þencð on his heortan and cwyð, 'Mín hlafurd uferað his cyme,' Mt. 24, 48: Leás. 6. Abraham hlóh cweðende on his heortan, 'Wenst þú . . . ', Gen. 17, 17 : Ps. Th. 52, l (cf. on his móde, 13, l). Hé in breóstum þá gít herede in heortan heofonríces weard, An. 52. Ic herge in heortum (-an?) heofonrlces weard, GO. 583. (2 a) on ealre heortan with all (one´s) heart :-- Ic andete Drihtne on ealre mínre heortan (in toto corde meo), Ps. Th. 9, l. (3) mid . . . heortan with (all) one's heart, with great sincerity or devotion :-- Þæt wé mid heortan hæ-acute;lo sécen, Cri. 752. Fæder and móder freó þú mid heortan, Fä. 9. Hé gebæ-acute;rð suá geðyldelíce suelce hé hit hæbbe mid ealre heortan forlæ-acute;ten, Past. 225, 18. Gelýfst ðú mid ealre heortan ?, Hml. Th. i. 420, 35 Ne herede heó hine nó mid wordum ánum, ac mid ealre heortan, Bl. H. 13, 6. Biddað mid inweardre heortan ðysne apostol, Hml. Th. i. 68, 8. Ic þe mid ealre innancundre heortan (in toto corde meo) séce, Ps. Th. 118, 10. ¶ Cf. the use of the instrumental case :-- Inwerdre heortan biddan, Ll. Th. i. 312, 23. XIV. in the phrase in heortan and heortan with duplicity :-- In heortan and heortan spreocende syndun ðá yflan in corde et corde locuti sunt mala, Ps. Srt. II, 3. v. hát-heorte.

heort-ece. Add :-- Cardiacus dicitur qui patitur laborem cordis vel morbus cordis heortcoþa vel [heort]ece, Wrt. Voc. ii. 128, 66. Wiþ heortece, gif him oninnan heard heortwærc sié, Lch. ii. 60, 6. Wiþ heorotece, ii. Wiþ hiorotece, 14.

heort-gesída. Substitute: heort-gesidu(-a); pl. The vitals, entrails :-- Þone rysle þe þá heortgesida mid beóð oferwrigen adipem qui operit vitalia (v. heorte, I. and cf. uitalia, uiscera, Corp. Gl. H. 120, 209 : uitalia, uiscera, renuncule i. lundlagan, Wülck. Gl. 29, 37), Lev. 3, 3. v. heort-hama.

heort-gryre, es; m. Terror of heart, mortal terror :-- Fela cynna egesan geweorþað on eorðan folce tó heortgryre, Wlfst. 86, 15.

heorþ- Add: I. a hearth, fire place :-- Fyrpannae vel herth arula, Txts. 36, 5. Hearth, 123, 17. Heort foculare, Wrt. Voc. ii. 39, 38. Íren hiorð arula, 10, 21. Heorðe fornacula, log, 7: 35, 77. Wermód gesodenne on wætere on níwum cytele, dó of heorðe, Lch. ii. 44, 2. Bræ-acute;dingce on heorþum tó móse assaturam (alimentorum) in focularibus (praeparatam) ad edulium, An. Ox. 376 : Wrt. Voc. ii. 82, 30. II. as typical of the household or home :-- Án mylen . . . and .vii. heorðas bútan ðon, and þreó cyrcan, C. D. v 316, 2. v. wígbed-heorþ.

heorþa. Add :-- Herþa (is the reading of the MS. given in) Ælfc. Gr. Z. 321, 5. Æ-acute;lce geáre tó preósta gescý finde man biccene heorðan (pelles buccinas), Chrd. 48, 26.

heort-hama. Add :-- Heorthama bucleamen, Wrt. Voc. ii. 126, 67. Smælþearmas, geallan mid þý heorthoman (bucliamine), Lch. i. lxxii, 7. [The Latin of Ex. 29, 22 is: Tolles arvinam quae operit vitalia. v. heort-gesidu.

heorþ-bacen. Add :-- His gebróðra worhton heom heorðbæcenne (axbakenne, v. l.) hláf (panem subcinericium), Gr. D. 86, 32.

heort-hogu. Add: ; Wlfst. 177, 7.

heorþ-pening. Add: Cf. Nú dóð hig æt æ-acute;lcum heorðe tó gecnáw-nisse þám canonicon ánne penig . . . and ealswá æt æ-acute;lcum forðfarenum gildan æt æ-acute;lcum heorðe æ-acute;nne penig tó sáwulsceote, Cht. Th. 609, 6-12.

heorp-swæ-acute;pe. For 'Som.' substitute :-- Heorðsuaepe (herdusuépe, Leiden Gl.) pronuba, Txts. 89, 1660. v. hád-swæ-acute;pe.

heortian (?) to encourage :-- Heortendum cohortante, . Hpt. Gl. 425, 23. v. hirtan.

heort-leás; adj. Without courage or spirit, cowed :-- Ic bidde, man, þ-bar; þú gemune hú micel bið se bróga beforan dómsetle Drihtnes þænne, stent hé (ealra hergea mæ-acute;st. Wlfst. 137, 22) heortleás and earh, ámasod and ámarod, mihtleás, áfæ-acute;red sis memor illius qui tum pavor ante tribunal percutiet stupidis cunctorum corda querelis, Dóm. L. 124.

-heortness. v. ofer-heortness.

heort-scræf, es; n. The heart-cavern, the heart with its dark recesses :-- Ne þæ-acute;r ówiht inne ne belífe on heortscræfe heánna gylta nec lateat quidquam culparum cordis in antro, Dóm. L. 39.

heort-seóc, -seóeness. Dele.

heort-wærc. Add :-- Gif him oninnan heard heortwærc sié, þonne him wyxþ wind on þæ-acute;re heortan, Lch. ii. 60, 6: iii. 74u 21. Wið heortwærce, 18.

heoru-drync. Substitute: Drinking by the sword, a wound. [For the personifying of the sword and its drinking of blood when making a wound cf. such passages as : Gladius Domini repletus est sanguine, Is. 34, 6. Qui prohibet gladium suum a sanguine, Jer. 48, 10] :-- Hréðles eafora hiorodryncum swealt (cf. wundum sweltan, By. 293) bille gebeáten, B. 2358.

heoru-flá an arrow for war :-- Wæ-acute;pna and heoruflán arma et sagitt&e-hook;, Ps. L. 56, 5.

heoru-hóciht. l. -hóciht(e) : heow. l. heów. v. híw : heów-síþ. v. heóf-síþ: heówung. v. híwung.

hér. Add :-- Sume (adverbs) synd localia, þæt synd stówlice, for ðan ðe hí getácniað stówa . . . hic hér, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 224, 15. Sume cumað of naman speliendan, hic hér, 233, 9. I. in this place :-- Wé nabbað hér (hic) bútun fíf hlá as, Mt. 14, 17. Gód ys ús hér tó beónne, 17, 4. Ic hér on sóðre gewitnesse stande, Ll. Th. i. 180, 27. Hé árás, nis hé hér (hír, L.), Mli. 16, 6. ¶ marking place to which a person has come to get something :-- Þ UNCERTAIN ic ne durfe hér feccan ut non ueniam huc haurire, Jn. 4, 15. I a. in this country, region, place of residence :-- Úre ieldran, ðá ðe ðás stówa æ-acute;r hióldon, hié lufodon wísdóra . . . Hér mon mæg giét gesión hiora swæð, . . . Hié woldon ðæt hér ðý mára wísdóm on londe wæ-acute;re, Past. 5, 13-25. Hé onféhð friccan scíre and foreryneles ðá hér iernað beforan kyningum, 91, 21. Hér mid ús, Ph. 23 : 31. Hér is æ-acute;ghwylc eorl óðrum getrýwe, B. 1228. I b. used with a noun qualified by this :-- Rufinus wolde habban him self þon anwold þæ-acute;r east, and Stileca wolde sellan his suna þisne hér west, Ors. 6, 37; S. 296, 7. Hér sægeð on þissum bócum, Bl. H. 45, 3. I c in answer to a call :-- 'Hwæ-acute;r eart þú ?' Him andwyrde þ-bar; heáfod, 'Hér, hér, hér, ' Hml. S. 32, 151. II. in a weakened sense, more or less