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þ&i-long;n hleór, 121, 5. Stryc þ&u-long; mid þ&i-long;num tw&a-long;m scytefingran andlang þ&i-long;nra hleóra, 119, UNCERTAIN ; 129, 6. On hleórum on the cheeks (of a badger), Rä. 16, 4. Ic bidde þ-bar; g&e-long; wylspringas ont&y-long;nan on hleórum . . . dreórige hleór (moestam faciem) drecab mid wópe, D&o-long;m. L. 26-35. Hleór genas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 42, 20. II. a face :-- Hleór frons, Txts. 64, 438: facies, Wrt. Voc. ii. 36, 44. Hleór vel wlita frons, 151, 4. M&i-long;n þrowade heáfod hearmslege, hleór geþolade &a-long;rleásra sp&a-long;tl, Cri. 1435. H&e-long; h&e-long;t h&i-long; mid handum sleán on þ-bar; hleór þ-bar; heó hl&y-long;dan ne sceolde, Hml. S. 8, 70. H&e-long; legde hleór on eor&d-bar;an cecidit in faciem suam, Gen. 2337. S. gegr&i-long;pe&d-bar; feónd be þ&a-long;m f&o-long;tum, læ-long;te&d-bar; foreweard hleór on strangne st&a-long;n and stregda&d-bar; t&o-long;&d-bar;as. Sal. 113. [v. N. E. D. leer.]

hleór-beran. Another suggestion, which accepts a compound form, is to read hleór-bergan face-protectors : hleostrum. v. heolstor.

hleótan. Add: I. to cast lots :-- Ic eów forbeóde þ-bar; eówer n&a-long;n ne &a-long;xie þurh æ-long;nigne wiccecræft be æ-long;nigum &d-bar;inge . . . for &d-bar;an s&e-long; &d-bar;e þys d&e-long;&d-bar; . . . bi&d-bar; þ&a-long;m hæ-long;&d-bar;enum gel&i-long;c, þe hleóta&d-bar; be him sylfum mid &d-bar;æs deófles cræfte . . . Hleótan man m&o-long;t mid geleáfan sw&a-long; þeáh on woruld-&d-bar;ingum b&u-long;tan wiccecræfte, þ-bar; him d&e-long;me seó t&a-long; gif h&i-long; hwæt dæ-long;lan willa&d-bar;. Hml. S. 17, 73-86. Hleáte (hleátte, L.) w&e-long; sortiamur, Jn. R. 19, 24. II. to receive by appointment, be appointed to an office :-- H&e-long; wæs hleótende þ&a-long; ændebyrdnysse biscoph&a-long;des ad episcopatus ordinem accessuus est, Gr. D. 192, v. t&o-long;-hleótan.

hleótend, es; m. One who obtains :-- Sw&a-long; þ&e-long;h his sylfes wyllan h&e-long; wæs lytel (hleótend, v. l.) in &d-bar;&a-long;m midle Cr&i-long;stes þegna tamen sponte fit parvulus in medio discipulorum, Gr. D. 218, I.

hleóþian. v. hl&o-long;þian.

hleóþor. In bracket at end read O. H. Ger. hliodar, and add: I. a sound, noise :-- Ongan þæ-long;r beón geh&y-long;red sw&y-long;þe mycel sw&e-long;g and hleó&d-bar;or swylce þæ-long;r wæ-long;re sum mycel mænigo in gangende coepit quasi cujusdam magnae multitudinis ingredientis sonitus audiri, Gr. D. 284, 24. Hleó&d-bar;or gryrelic, An. 1553. II. the sound of a bell or musical instrument, voice of the trumpet :-- Hyre is on f&o-long;te fæger hleó&d-bar;or, wynlicu w&o-long;&d-bar;giefu, Rä. 32, 17. For þæ-long;re bellan hleó&d-bar;re (ad sonum tintinnabuli) h&e-long; ongæ-long;te hwænne R&o-long;m&a-long;nus him þone hl&a-long;f br&o-long;hte. Gr. D. 99, 5. Geh&y-long;rde heó c&u-long;&d-bar;ne sw&e-long;g and hleó&d-bar;or heora bellan audiuit notum campanae sonum, Bd. 4, 23 ; Sch. 477, 16. Ðeáh &d-bar;e . . . &a-long;nra gehwylc . . . hæbbe gyldene b&y-long;man on m&u-long;&d-bar;e, and ealra b&y-long;mena gehwylc hæbbe .xii. hleó&d-bar;or, and hleó&d-bar;ra gehwylc s&y-long; heofone heárre and helle deópre, &d-bar;onne g&e-long;na &d-bar;æs h&a-long;lgan cantices se gyldena organ h&e-long; h&y-long; ealle ofer-hleó&d-bar;e&d-bar;, Sal. K. p. 152, 7-12. III. thr sound produced by the mouth of an animate creature, voice :-- Þ&a-long; wr&o-long;htsmi&d-bar;as hleó&d-bar;rum brugdon, hw&i-long;lum sw&a-long; wilde deór cirmdon, hw&i-long;lum cyrdon eft on mennisc h&i-long;w breahtma mæ-long;ste, G&u-long;. 878. (l) voice of a rational being (a) in speech :-- Him st&y-long;ran cw&o-long;m stefn of heofonum, wuldres hleó&d-bar;or, word æfter spræc, Exod. 417 : An. 740. Wæs stefn geworden, seó for&d-bar;gelæ-long;d-dum hleó&d-bar;re sw&a-long; gecleopode and þus cwæ&d-bar; vox facta est, quae producto sonitu clamaret, dicens, Gr. D. 53, 23. H&e-long; ne meahte ellenspræ-long;ce hleó&d-bar;or &a-long;hebban, G&u-long;. 1129. H&e-long; þurh hleó&d-bar;or &a-long;beád ege earmum gæ-long;stum, 657. Hié t&o-long;hl&o-long;don hleó&d-bar;rum gedæ-long;lde . . . si&d-bar;&d-bar;an metod t&o-long;bræ-long;d monna spræ-long;ce, Gen. 1693. ¶ where a thing is personified :-- Ic (a horn) wæs wæ-long;penwiga . . . hw&i-long;lum ic t&o-long; hilde hleó&d-bar;re bonne wilgehl&e-long;&d-bar;an, Rä. 15, 4. (b) in song :-- Þæs sealmsanges hleó&d-bar;or and dreám psalmodiae sonitus, Gr. D. 286, 2. Ðonne wit song &a-long;h&o-long;fan. . , hl&u-long;de bi hearpan hleó&d-bar;or swinsade, V&i-long;d. 105. Engla hleó&d-bar;res (cf. Engla þreátas sigeleó&d-bar; sungon, 1289), G&u-long;. 1293. (2) voice, note of a bird :-- Ic þurh m&u-long;&d-bar; sprece . . . hleó&d-bar;res ne m&i-long;&d-bar;e, R&a-long;. 9, 4. Dyde ic m&e-long; t&o-long; gomene ganetes hleó&d-bar;or, Scef. 20. Þonne h&e-long; geh&e-long;ra&d-bar; hleó&d-bar;rum brægdan &o-long;&d-bar;re fugelas, h&i-long; heora &a-long;gene stefne styria&d-bar;, Met. 13, 47. v. efen-, sw&e-long;g, word-hleóþor ; ge-, ofer-, unge-hleóþor; adj.

hleóþrere (? v. hleóþrian), es; m. A rhetorician :-- Se hlo&d-bar;ere (hleó&d-bar;rere ?, leóþere ? The passage glossed is: Versibus heroicis Prosper Rhetor insinuat, Bd. l, 10; S. 48, 28) rethor, Txts. 180, 4.

hleóþrian. Add; :-- Hleó&d-bar;rien crepitaret, Wrt. Voc. ii. 21, 29. Hleó&d-bar;rian crepitare, 38. Hleó&d-bar;riende and b&e-long;cnia&d-bar; ciebant, 50. Hl&e-long;þrende increpitans, 48, 66. Hleóþrendi, hlæódrinde, hleódendri, Txts. 69, 1065. I. intrans. (l) To make a sound, (a) the subject a person, (α) of speech :-- Hleó&d-bar;ria&d-bar; proclamant, Ps. L. p. 247, note 2. Him sylfa oncwæ&d-bar;, heán hleó&d-bar;rade, Gen. 866. Hleó&d-bar;rade h&a-long;lgan stefne cempa . . . and þus wordum cwæ&d-bar;, An. 537 : G&u-long;. 484. David b&y-long;mendre stefne hleó&d-bar;riende cwæ&d-bar;, Angl. viii. 331, 12. (β) of song :-- Hleó&d-bar;ria&d-bar; Drihtne praecinite Domino, Ps. L. 146, 7. Hleó&d-bar;ria&d-bar; concinant, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 202, 5. þ-bar; hleó&d-bar;rigende folc turba psallentium, Prud. 75. (b) the subject a thing :-- Þ&a-long; hleó&d-bar;riendan l&i-long;gettas, Wlfst. 182, 10. Þ&a-long; hleó&d-bar;riendan l&i-long;geas, Verc. Först. 87, 3. Þæ-long;m sw&o-long;gendum, hleó&d-bar;regendum argutis (fibrarum fidibus, Ald. 71, 28), Wrt. Voc. ii. 5, 36. (2) the subject a sound, to sound, resound :-- H&u-long; manige dreámas and lofsangas n&u-long; hleóþriaþ in heofonum guantae resonent laudes in coelo, Gr. D. 282, 15. Him stefn oncwæ&d-bar;, word hleó&d-bar;rode, An. 1432. In þæs eárum hleóþredon (sw&e-long;gdon, v. l.) þ&a-long; word þæs muneces geþ&o-long;htes in cujus auribus tacita cogitationis verba sonuissent, Gr. D. 144, 34. Þunode o&d-bar;&d-bar;e hleóþrede increpuerit (salpicum clangor, Ald. 23, 3), Wrt. Voc. ii. 44, 14. Hleóþriende concrepans, i. resonans (clangor buc-cinae). An. Ox. 1916. Mid hleóþriendum dreáme consona armonia, 2593. Dreámas hleóþriende concentus concrepantes, 4914. II. trans. To speak words :-- Þæ-long;ra worda gemyndig þe h&e-long; hleó&d-bar;rade t&o-long; Abrahame, Ps. Th. 104, 37. v. &a-long;-, efen-, ofer-hleóþrian.

hleóþriend-lic. v. gl&i-long;w-hleóþriendlic.

hleóþrung. Add :-- Sound, noise of a trumpet :-- Þæt is b&e-long;mena dæg and hire leóþringa, Verc. Först. 130, 20. v. efen-hleóþrung.

hleów. Add; I. cover, shelter furnished by an object :-- Under hr&o-long;fes hleó, Rä. 28, 5. H&e-long; holtes hleó gem&e-long;te&d-bar;, Ph. 429. II. Protection afforded by a person :-- H&e-long; &a-long;cenned wear&d-bar; t&o-long; hleó and t&o-long; hr&o-long;&d-bar;re hæle&d-bar;a cynne, An. 567: III. H&e-long; (Alfred] bec&o-long;m t&o-long; Æ&d-bar;eling&e-long;ge, and on sumes sw&a-long;nes h&u-long;se hid hleów gernde (desired the protection of the swineherd) and eác swylce him and his yfele w&i-long;fe h&e-long;rde, Shrn. 16, 13. II a. in a personal sense, a protector :-- W&i-long;gendra hleó cw&o-long;m hea&d-bar;ol&a-long;ces h&a-long;l t&o-long; hofe gongan, B. 1972. Þ&a-long; cwæ&d-bar; w&i-long;gendra hleó, An. 1452. [v. N. E. D. lee.]

-hleów; adj. v. ge-, un-hleów ; hleów-ness: hleówan. v. hl&i-long;wan.

hleówe; adj. Warm. Substitute: hleówe; adv. Warmly, snugly.

hleów-fæst. Add: warm :-- On cealdum eardum is neód þ-bar; &d-bar;æs reáfes m&a-long;re sig, on hleówfæstum (calidis) læ-long;s, R. Ben. 88, 7.

hleów-hræscnes. For forcæncednysse l. forsc[r]æncednys; e, and add: destruction of protection or skelter (?). v. &a-long;-hræscian.

hleów-ness, e; f. Warmth, sunniness :-- Hleównys apricitas (omitted after Wrt. Voc. i. 47, 33), Angl. viii. 451.

hleówsian, hl&i-long;wsian; p. ode. To shelter, protect :-- Þ&u-long; hl&i-long;wsast favis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 147, 21.

hleów-stede. Add: Angl. viii. 451, 34: hleówþ. v. hl&i-long;wþ: hleówung. v. hl&i-long;wung: hl&e-long;p-. v. hl&i-long;p-: hl&e-long;t. v. hl&i-long;t: -hl&e-long;ta. v. -hl&i-long;ta : hl&e-long;tan. v. hl&e-long;can: -hl&e-long;þa. v. ge-hl&e-long;þa.

hlid. Add: I. that which covers the opening at the top of a vessel or closes the mouth of an aperture :-- Bytte hlid cordias, Wrt. Voc. ii. 135, 80. ' Gange h&e-long; him t&o-long; m&i-long;nre byrgene and &a-long;teó &a-long;ne hringan &u-long;p of &d-bar;æ-long;re þr&y-long;h' . . . ' Get&i-long;&d-bar;a m&e-long; þ-bar; ic &a-long;teó þ&a-long;s hringan &u-long;p of &d-bar;ysum hlide (hlyde, v. l.)' . . .H&e-long; teáh &d-bar;&a-long; þ-bar; &i-long;sen &u-long;p of &d-bar;&a-long;m st&a-long;ne, Hml. S. 21, 67. H&i-long; gem&e-long;tton &a-long;ne mæ-long;re þr&u-long;h . . . and þ-bar; hlid (hlyd, v.l.) &d-bar;æ-long;r t&o-long; gelimpl&i-long;ce gef&e-long;ged, 20, 82. Þr&y-long;h hlid sarcophagi tumbam, i. tumulum, An. Ox. 3970. Ðonne þ&u-long; cuppan wylle . . . Ðonne þ&u-long; hlid habban wylle, Tech. ii. 125, 6. I a. figurative :-- Ger&y-long;na hlidum becl&y-long;sincga (mysticis) sacra-mentorum operculis clausa (coelitus reserantur), An. Ox. 1521. II. that which closes an aperture in a wall, fence, &c., a gate, door :-- On Lullan hlyd on &d-bar;&a-long; hegest&o-long;we, C. D. iii. 213, 8. v. eág-, ceaster-hlid.

hl&i-long;dan. Add: ; p. hl&a-long;d, pl. hlidon ; pp. hliden To cover with a lid :-- Ðonne þ&u-long; hlid habban wylle, þonne hafa þ&u-long; þ&i-long;ne wynstran hand s&a-long;m-locene and eác sw&a-long; þ&a-long; sw&y-long;þran and hwylf h&y-long; syþþan ofer þ&a-long; wynstran eal swylce þ&u-long; cuppan hl&i-long;de, Tech. ii. 125, 8. [He hele&d-bar; hit and wrih&d-bar; (lides, v.l.), A. R. 84.]

-hlidede. v. twi-, þri-hlidede.

hlid-geat. Add; -- Æ-long;rest on d&i-long;c; &d-bar;onne upp wi&d-bar; hli&d-bar;geatas; &d-bar;onne on br&a-long;dan hærpa&d-bar;, C. D. v. 109, 8. Andlang weges t&o-long; hlidgeate, Cht. E. 290, 24. Beforan hlidgeate ante postes, Wrt. Voc. ii. 6, 5, [v. N. E. D. lidgate.]

-hlidian. [O. Frs. hlidia.] v. ge-, un-hlidian; -hlidede.

hl&i-long;fan; p. hl&a-long;f, pl. hlifon; pp. hlifen To stand out prominently, tower up :-- Hl&i-long;bendri minaci, Wrt. Voc. ii. 114, 12. Hl&i-long;fendre miniaci, 55, 71. v. ofer-hl&i-long;fan; hlifian.

hl&i-long;fendre minium. Dele and see preceding word.

hlifian. Add: I. of position :-- Þæt treów þe wexe&d-bar; on þ&a-long;m wudu-bearwe þæt hit hlifa&d-bar; &u-long;p ofer eall þ&a-long; &o-long;&d-bar;re treówu . . . bi&d-bar; hit sw&i-long;&d-bar;l&i-long;cor geweged þonne se &o-long;&d-bar;er wudu. Sw&a-long; be þ&a-long;m heáclifum þonne h&i-long; hlifia&d-bar; feor &u-long;p ofer þ&a-long; &o-long;&d-bar;re eor&d-bar;an, Wlfst. 262, 5-11. Þæ-long;re byrig hlifa&d-bar; &a-long;n munt urbi mons praeeminet, Gr. D. 225, 14. Of &d-bar;&a-long;m munte þe ofer his mynstre hlifade ex eo monie qui ejus monasterio in excelso prominet, 12, 8. Hlifode ofer mycel st&a-long;nclif and sw&a-long; hlifiende . . . þ-bar; st&a-long;nclif þe him ofer hlifode magna desuper rupes eminebat . . . prominens . . . saxum quod desuper incubuerat, 213, 10-24. II. of degree :-- Fore golde and fore gimmum for&d-bar; hlifa&d-bar; seó reádnes and bryne &d-bar;æs swyles pro auro et margaritis rubor tumoris ardorque promineat, Bd. 4, 19 ; Sch. 450, 10.

hlifung. v. ofer-hlifung: hl&i-long;gan. Dele 'or hligan?', for the Latin in the second passage substitute ' scientiae sibi nomen extendunt', and add: [O. Frs. hl&i-long;a; subj. hl&i-long;ge.] v. be-hl&i-long;gan.

hlihhan. Take here hlehhan in Dict., and add: I. to laugh :-- Ic hlihe ridebo, Kent. Gl. II. Hlihcaþ rident, Germ. 391, 17. Wear&d-bar; micel gehl&y-long;d hlihhendra deófla, Hml. S. 31, 810. I a. to have an emotion which may be expressed by laughing, to rejoice :-- Hió hlih&d-bar; ridebit (mulier fortis in die novissimo), Kent. Gl. 1150. ¶ used of the mind :-- Wæs him fr&o-long;fra mæ-long;st geworden . . . hlihende hyge, El. 995. II. to laugh at (with gen.) :-- Seó eá&d-bar;m&o-long;dnes hl&o-long;h þæ-long;re ofer-m&o-long;dignesse fylles humilitas deridet superbiam iacentem, Prud. 34 a. Þ&a-long; hl&o-long;gon his gef&e-long;ran þæs forcorfenan basinges, Hml. S. 31, 72. II a.