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garrula (mulier), Kent. Gl. 188: clamosa (mulier), 300. Wærwyrde sceal w&i-long;sfæst hæle breóstum hycgan, nales breahtme hl&u-long;d, F&a-long;. 58. Ne eom ic sylfa hl&u-long;d, Rä. 82, 1. III. of things. (l) of wind or water :-- Winde gel&i-long;cost þonne h&e-long; hl&u-long;d &a-long;st&i-long;ge&d-bar;, El. 1273. Wæter hl&u-long;d and undióp, Past. 469, 6. Sió hl&u-long;de &y-long;&d-bar; on &d-bar;æ-long;;re hreón sæ-long;, 437, 16. &Y-long;þa hl&u-long;de, Ps. Th. 64, 7. (2) of material or instrument with which sound is made :-- Þæ-long;r bi&d-bar; hl&u-long;d wudu, Rä. 4, 24. Hl&u-long;dum argutis (fidibus), An. Ox. 8, 309. Næ-long;fre mon þæs hl&u-long;de b&y-long;man &a-long;bl&a-long;we&d-bar; &d-bar;æt ne s&y-long; seó beorhte stefn hl&u-long;dre, D&o-long;m. 111. (3) of action that makes a sound, e. g. a blow, a crash :-- Heard gebrec hl&u-long;d unmæ-long;te. Cri. 954. Se micla anweald &d-bar;&a-long;ra yfelena gehr&i-long;st sw&i-long;þe fæ-long;rl&i-long;ce, sw&a-long; sw&a-long; greát beám on wyda wyrc&d-bar; hl&u-long;dne dynt &d-bar;onne men læ-long;st w&e-long;naþ, Bt. 38, 2; F. 198, 9. S&e-long; bi&d-bar; sw&e-long;ga mæ-long;st and gebreca hl&u-long;dast, Rä. 4, 40. v. ofer-, un-hl&u-long;d.

hl&u-long;d-clipol Add:-- H&e-long; n&a-long; beó hl&u-long;tclipol on stefne non sit clamostis in voice, R. Ben. I. 35, II.

hl&u-long;de. Add :-- Hl&u-long;dur concisius, Wrt. Voc. ii. 22, 29, I. with reference to the voice, with verbs of calling, speaking, laughing, &c. :-- Ne h&i-long; on hracan &a-long;wiht hl&u-long;de ne cleopia&d-bar; non clamabunt in gutture suo, Ps. Th. 134, 19. Hl&u-long;de c&i-long;gan, cirman, styrman, Gen. 2908: Jud. 270: 223 : Ps. Th. 129, 6. Hl&u-long;de hlihhan. Hml. Th. ii. 350, 30: Gen. 73. Hl&u-long;de reordian, El. 406. On lofsongum waldend hl&u-long;de hergan, Crä. 93. Clypia&d-bar; g&i-long;t hl&u-long;ddor (hl&u-long;dor, v. l.), Hml. S. 18, 119. Hl&u-long;dor, Bl. H. 15, 22. II. cf. hl&u-long;d ; III. 1 :-- Hwælmere hl&u-long;de grimme&d-bar;, RUNCERTAIN. 3, 5. III. cf. hl&u-long;d; III. 2 :-- Dynedan scildas hl&u-long;de hlummon, Jud. 205. Frætwe m&i-long;ne sw&o-long;ga&d-bar; hl&u-long;de, Rä. 8, 7. B&y-long;man sungon hl&u-long;de, El. 110: D&o-long;m. 109. Hl&u-long;de hearpan stirgan, Cri. 669. IV. cf. hl&u-long;d; III. 3 :-- Bierste&d-bar; hl&u-long;de heáh hl&o-long;&d-bar;gecrod, Rä. 4, 62. v. ofer-hl&u-long;de.

hl&u-long;d-ness, e; f. Loudness, clamour :-- Clamor on Englisc ys hl&u-long;dnys, Angl. viii., 332, 3. [O. H. Ger. hl&u-long;t-nussi clangor.]

hl&u-long;d-stefn. Substitute: hl&u-long;d-stefne (-stefn ?); adj. Loud-voiced :-- (Seó?) hl&u-long;dstefne b&y-long;me grandisona tuba, Wrt. Voc. ii. 42, 41.

hl&u-long;d-sw&e-long;ge. Add :-- H&e-long; hl&u-long;dsw&e-long;ge (hl&u-long;don sw&e-long;ge, v. l.) clypode sw&a-long; sw&a-long; leó grimmete&d-bar;, Hml. S. 15, 188.

hlutor. l. hl&u-long;tor, and add :-- Hl&u-long;trae(-e) liquenies, Txts. 74, 578. Þ&a-long; hl&u-long;tres&d-bar;an limpidissimos, Wrt. Voc. ii. 51, 38. I. of a liquid, free from mixture or impurity (lit. or fig. ) :-- Gif sw&a-long; hl&u-long;tor wæter t&o-long;fl&o-long;we&d-bar; æfter feldum, Past. 469, 6. &E-long;stfulle hl&u-long;ttres w&i-long;nes wista delicatas defruti delicias, An. Ox. 3167. Fram hl&u-long;ttrum (þ&a-long;m hl&u-long;trum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 88, 41) w&i-long;ne a merulento temeto, 5493. R&o-long;d best&e-long;med heofoncyninges hl&u-long;tran dreóre, Cri. 1087. Ð&a-long; l&a-long;reówas drinca&d-bar; su&i-long;de hl&u-long;ter(-or, v. l.) wæter aquam limpidissimam pastores bibunt, Past. 31, 4. Hl&u-long;tru w&i-long;n merulenta defruta, i. pura uina, An. Ox, 2649. Hl&u-long;terra wella wæter h&i-long; druncon, Bt. 15; F. 48, 12. Sw&i-long;n þe . . . nyllaþ h&i-long; &a-long;spyligan on hl&u-long;ttrum wæterum, 37, 5; F. 192, 27. II. of air, weather, clear, not cloudy :-- Þurh þ&a-long; hl&u-long;tran per sudum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 88, 64. III. of bright objects, bright, shining, splendid, not dimmed (lit. and fig. ) :-- Hl&u-long;ttor (hl&y-long;ttor, clarus hl&u-long;tter, Hpt. Gl. 418, 18) luculentus, i. splendidus (limpidissimi soils splendor), An. Ox. 494. Hl&u-long;ttor heofones gim sc&i-long;ne&d-bar;, beó&d-bar; wolcen t&o-long;wegen, Ph. 183. H&e-long; sc&i-long;ne&d-bar; of his heáhsetle hl&u-long;tran l&e-long;ge, Cri. 1336. Geseón &d-bar;one hl&u-long;ttran æ-long;wellm &d-bar;æs h&e-long;hstan g&o-long;des (boni fontem visere lucidum), and of him selfum &a-long;weorpan &d-bar;&a-long; &d-bar;ióstro his m&o-long;des, Bt. 35, 6; F. 166, 25. Hiofones leóhtes hl&u-long;tre beorhto, Met. 21, 39. M&o-long;nan leóhte leóman . . . . hæ-long;dre and hl&u-long;tre, Az. 79. III a. bright, untroubled, pure joy, peace, &c. :-- Kyning sceal on Drihtne clæ-long;ne blisse, hl&u-long;ttre habban rex laetabitur in Domino, Ps. Th. 62, 9. On heofonr&i-long;ce hl&u-long;tre dreámas &a-long;gan, Cri. 1246. IV. of (mental) vision, intellect, (I) clear, having unobstructed sight :-- Mid hl&u-long;trum m&o-long;de ongitan pura mente cernere, Bt. 39, 13; F. 232, 24. Gesión mid hl&u-long;ttrum eúgum his m&o-long;des, 34, 8; F. 141. 1, 2. Þ&u-long; scealt habban &d-bar;&i-long;nes m&o-long;des eágan clæ-long;ne and hl&u-long;ttre, 42 ; F. 256, 13. (2) that is clearly seen or understood, freed from obscurity :-- Elucubratum, i. meditalum, accensum, purum hl&u-long;ttor, Wrt. Voc. ii. 143, 14. V. of persons, splendid, glorious, illustrious, brilliant :-- Wæs h&e-long; on wordum hl&u-long;ttor and sc&i-long;nende sermone nitidus, Bd. 5, 15; Sch. 651, 13. Freá, hl&u-long;ttor heofones weard, Sch. 52. V a. of personal attributes :-- Þ&i-long;n willa mid &u-long;s weor&d-bar;e gelæ-long;sted on eardunge eor&d-bar;an r&i-long;ces, sw&a-long; hl&u-long;ttor is in heofonwuldre gewlitegod, Hy. 6. 12. VI. clear from evil, guilt, deceit, &c., pure, sincere :-- Þæt gebed sceal beón scort and hl&u-long;tter (pura), R. Ben. 45, 22. Ne him hl&u-long;ttur g&a-long;st on hracan earda&d-bar; neque est spiritus in ore ipsorum, Ps. Th 113, 16. Is m&i-long;nre heortan hige hl&u-long;ttor and clæ-long;ne, 72, 17. H&e-long; hæfde hl&u-long;ttre lufan, An. 1065. H&e-long; þæt hl&u-long;ttre m&o-long;d in þæs gæ-long;stes g&o-long;d trymede, G&u-long;. 77. H&a-long;ligra hl&u-long;ttre s&a-long;ule, Az. 151. Mid clæ-long;nre heortan and mid hl&u-long;trum gebedum, Bl. H. 81, 17. v. heáh-hl&u-long;tor.

hl&u-long;tor-l&i-long;ce; Add; I. clearly, plainly, simply. Cf hl&u-long;tor; IV :-- Ðis spell ic for þæ-long;ra hæ-long;lo þe hit leornade o&d-bar;&d-bar;e geh&y-long;rde hl&u-long;ttorl&i-long;ce &a-long;wr&a-long;t and sæ-long;de hanc historiam simpliciter ob salutem legentium siue audientium narrandam esse putaui, Bd. 5, 13 ; Sch. 643, 5. Allum l&u-long;torl&i-long;ce æteáwas cunctis perspicue oslenditur, Mt. p. 10, 8. II. with sincerity. Cf. hl&u-long;tor; VI :-- Þæ-long;r man cyrcean ræ-long;re, Þæ-long;r mon Gode &a-long;rwur&d-bar;l&i-long;ce hl&u-long;ttorlice (with reverence and sincerity) offrigean mæge, Ll. Th. ii. 408, 17.

hl&u-long;torlic-ness, e; f. Sincerity, purity :-- Syþþan h&i-long; þ&a-long; hl&u-long;ttorlicnysse his m&o-long;des and þ&a-long; clæ-long;nnysse his l&i-long;fes ongeáton probantes vitae illius sinceritatem et serenae mentis modestiam, Guth. Gr. 111, 84.

hl&u-long;tor-ness. Add: sincerity, simplicity :-- Micle sw&y-long;&d-bar;or is t&o-long; h&a-long;l-sienne ealra gesceafta Drihten mid ealre eá&d-bar;m&o-long;dnesse and mid ealre underþeódnesse and m&o-long;des hl&u-long;tternesse (cum omni humilitate et puritatis devolione) . . . Mid &u-long;re heortan hl&u-long;tternesse (puritate) . . . &u-long;re gebeda beó&d-bar; andfenge, R. Ben. 45, 17-22. Seó eahto&d-bar;e miht is seó s&o-long;&d-bar;e eádm&o-long;dnyss . . . mid m&o-long;des hl&u-long;ttornysse; for &d-bar;an s&e-long; &d-bar;e w&i-long;s by&d-bar;, ne wur&d-bar; h&e-long; næ-long;fre m&o-long;dig, Hml. S. 16, 369.

hl&u-long;tre. Add: without trouble (of rejoicing. Cf. hl&u-long;tor; IV a) :-- Heorte hygeclæ-long;ne hl&u-long;tre blissa&d-bar; (-ia&d-bar;, Th.) þ&a-long;m þe s&o-long;&d-bar;l&i-long;ce s&e-long;ca&d-bar; Dryhten laetetur cor quaerentium Dominum, Ps. Th. 104, 3.

hluttran. Dele; hl&u-long;ttrian. Add; v. ge-hl&u-long;ttrad; hl&y-long;ttrian.

hl&y-long;d, es; n. m., and add: noise, tumult :-- Druncennys is hl&i-long;des full tumultuosa res est ebrietas, Chrd. 73, 36.

hl&y-long;d, e; f. Rumour, noise made in discussing an event :-- Mardocheus wear&d-bar; þurh þ&a-long; micclan hl&y-long;de c&u-long;&d-bar; þ&a-long;m cyninge the matter made such a great noise that Mordecai became known to the king, Hml. A. 95, 120. [In Ps. Spl. T. 9, 7 perhaps hlydne arises from confusion between hlynne (v. hlyn) and hl&y-long;de.] [O. H. Ger. hl&u-long;t&i-long; sonas, sonitus, clangor.]

hl&y-long;da March. Add: [v. N. E. D. lede.] v. hr&e-long;þ-m&o-long;naþ : hl&y-long;da a UNCERTAINeatv. hl&e-long;da.

hl&y-long;dan. Add; -- Hl&y-long;da&d-bar; strepunt, Germ. 388, 14. I. of persons, (l) to speak loud, cry aloud, chatter :-- Ic hl&y-long;de garrio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 41, 62. H&e-long; ongan clypian and hl&y-long;dan clamare coepit. Bd. 3, II; Sch. 240, l. Þ&a-long; ongann h&e-long; mid micelre stefne hl&y-long;dan (perstrepere), Gr. D. 64, 23. Sió hl&y-long;dende garrula (pagina), Wrt. Voc. ii. 89, 5 : 40, 56. Hl&y-long;dendra garrulorum (loquacitas), An. Ox. 5437. Hl&y-long;dendum gar-rientibus, 4195. (l a) with object :-- Stefn smoe&d-bar;a hl&y-long;de&d-bar; vox canora concrepet, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 202, 5. Hl&y-long;de garriat .i. uociferet (eundem adisse). An. Ox. 1955. (2) where there is disorderly conduct :-- S&e-long; &d-bar;e wile drincan and dwæ-long;sl&i-long;ce hl&y-long;dan, drince him æt h&a-long;m, n&a-long; on Drihtnes h&u-long;se, Hml. S. 13, 84. H&e-long; onf&e-long;ng þæs hl&y-long;dendan folces andgyte tumultuantis turbae suscepit sensum, Gr. D. 265, 6. Hl&y-long;dende menio turbam tumultuantem, An. Ox. 61, 7 : Wrt. Voc. ii. 72, 39. II. of animals :-- Hl&y-long;dan reboasse (aurea quadrupes mugitum reboasse de-scribitur, Ald. 20, 35), An. Ox. 11, 126. III. of things :-- P&i-long;plic swegelhorna hl&y-long;dende blende musica sambucorum (harmonia) per-sultans insonuerit, An. Ox. 1646.

hl&y-long;de, an; f, A noisy brook (? v. hl&u-long;d, and cf. hlyn, hlynn), torrent :-- Andlang d&i-long;c; þ-bar; on hl&y-long;dan; andlang hl&y-long;dan on br&a-long;dan m&o-long;r, C. D. B. ii. 374, 14. Andlang cumbes innan hl&y-long;dan æ-long;wylmas; sw&a-long; andlang hl&y-long;dan, C. D. v. 107, 13. In &d-bar;&a-long; hl&y-long;dan; of &d-bar;æ-long;re hlýdan, iii. 80, 10 : 37. On þ&a-long; hl&y-long;dan ; of &d-bar;æ-long;r hl&y-long;dan on þ&a-long; st&a-long;nbricge, 436, 26. Cf. (?) Andlang br&o-long;ces on l&y-long;deburnan, 396, 24. Andlang hl&u-long;deburnan; of hl&u-long;deburnan, v. 358, 16. Cf. (?) H&i-long; c&o-long;mon t&o-long; Hl&y-long;danford, Chr. 997; P. 131, n. 3. [Louudwater is a place-name in Buckinghamshire.]

hl&y-long;de a seat. v. hl&e-long;da: -hl&y-long;de. v. ofer-hl&y-long;de : hl&y-long;dend. Dele, and see hl&y-long;dan.

hl&y-long;dig. Add :-- Wordig gehl&y-long;d o&d-bar;&d-bar;e hl&y-long;dig gewyrd uerbosa garru-litas aut garrula uerbositas, An. Ox. 1418.

hl&y-long;ding, e ; f. Clamour, cry, noise :-- Middum næht l&y-long;deng (cirm &l-bar; cleopung, R.) geworden wæs media node clamor facias est, Mt. L. 25, 6. [O. H. Ger. hl&u-long;tinga harmonia.] v. hl&y-long;dan.

hl&y-long;d-m&o-long;naþ. Dele; hlyn a maple. Add (Could this be the word which in M. E. becomes lyn in lyntre tilia, and later linn. v. N. E. D. linn, a linden or lime ?) :-- Þ æ-long;;r wæs hlin and &a-long;c. [The metre might seem to require hl&i-long;n or hlinn, but hlin perhaps is possible. Cf. such versUNCERTAINs as: Wæs hió hetegrim, Rä. 34, 5: is þæs gores sunu, 41, 72.]

hlyn[n]. Add; -- Ðunorr&a-long;da hlynn, Wlfst. 186. Mid hlynne cum sonitu. Ps. Rdr. 9, 7. Hlynnum clangoribus (cum tuba raucisonis reboat clangoribus, Ald. 146, 19), An. Ox. 17, 7.

hlynian. The passage here may be taken under hlynnan : hlynn a torrent. Add: [v. N. E. D. linn.]

hlynnan. Add; :-- Hlynþ reboat, Hy. S. 8, 13. Hlynde of heofone (Dryhten) intonuit de celo Dominus, Ps. Rdr. 17, 14. Hlende in-sontierit, An. Ox. 1647. Scyl wæs hearpe, hl&u-long;de hlynede, Reim. 28. Gif þunorr&a-long;de bi&d-bar; hlynende of eástdæ-long;le, Archiv cxx. 47, 18.

hlynsian. Add; -- Hlynsedan tonant (printed hlynredan tomant), Wrt. Voc. ii. 90, 44.

hl&y-long;p. v. hl&i-long;p : hl&y-long;pa. v. hl&i-long;pe.

hlysnan to listen, to listen with astonishment :-- Geheras &l-bar; lysnas audite, Mt. L. 13, 18. Hlysnende adtonitus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 99, 34. Hlysnende, &a-long;fyrhte attoniti, 101, 19. Hlysnendum, t&o-long; hircniendum ad-tonitis, 4, 45. Hlysnendi arectas, 101, 4. v. hlosnian.

hlyst. Add; I. hearing as one ot the five senses, faculty of hearing :-- Stemn is geslagen lyft gefr&e-long;dendlic on hlyste, Ælfc. Gr. Z.