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HOGUNG -- HOLDL&I-long;CE 557

[Dryhten] hoge hæf&d-bar; Dominus curam habet mei. Ps. Rdr. 39, 18. H&y-long;ra&d-bar; mid ege, and gladia&d-bar; mid hogum (exultate cum tremore), Chrd. 33, 16. [v. N. E. D. how, howe.]

hogung. Substitute: effort, endeavour. v. hogian; VII :-- Mid hogungum eallum uton biddan ealle þæne Ælmihtigan nisibus totis rogite-mus omnes cunclipotentem, Hy. S. 8, 23. v. for-hogung.

h&o-long;h a heel. Add :-- Befleh æ-long;nne þwang þ&a-long;m biscope fram þ&a-long;m hneccan oþ þone h&o-long;h (calcaneum), Gr. D. 198, 5, 9. Fyrsnum, h&o-long;um calcibus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 127, 48. [v. N. E. D. hough.] See next word.

h&o-long;h (applied to land). Add: a promontory :-- Hooh promontorium, Hpt. 33, 251, 21. H&o-long;g, III, 4. T&o-long; &d-bar;&a-long;m h&o-long; ; of &d-bar;&a-long;m h&o-long; &a-long; be wuda t&o-long; &d-bar;&a-long;m æsc, C. D. iii. 79, 9-10. T&o-long; micle h&o-long;h ; fram micle h&o-long;he t&o-long; middelhille, 71, 33. On Healdenes h&o-long;; of dæ-long;m h&o-long;, vi. 100, 10. On þone h&o-long; foreweardne, v. 381, 27. ¶ the word occurs mostly in local names, from one of which (Clofes-h&o-long;h) the declension may be shewn :-- Seó st&o-long;w is nemned Clofeshooh (-h&o-long;h, v. l.) locus appellatur Clofeshoch, Bd. 4, 5; Sch. 378, 12. Clofesh&o-long;h, C. D. i. 227, 8. Clouesh&o-long;, v. 58, 9. Apud Clouesh&o-long;, 59, 22 : i. 105, 5. Æt Clofeshoo (-h&o-long;, v. l.), Chr. 822 ; P. 60, 9. On &d-bar;æ-long;re m&e-long;ran st&o-long;we &d-bar;e mon h&a-long;te&d-bar; Clofesh&o-long;as, C. D. i. 278, 29 : 201, 5 : 204, 16: v. 66, 25. Clofesh&o-long;s, i. 222, 6. Txts. 432, 14. Æt Clofesh&o-long;um, C. D. i. 223, 9 : 280, 5. Other instances of the occurrence of the form are :-- In regione qui uocatur H&o-long;hg, C. D. i. 102, 8. H&o-long;ht&u-long;n, v. 33, 8. Æt Cæ-long;gesh&o-long;, i. 197, 23. þ-bar; is fingringah&o-long;, iii. 274, 8: 272, II. Hw&i-long;tincgh&o-long;, 275, 8. On lindh&o-long;h; of lindh&o-long;, 76, 34. De Poddenh&o-long;, 376, 32. In Strengesh&o-long;, 375, 24. Þurh Wippan h&o-long;h, vi. 234, 3. [v. . V. E. D. hoe.]

hoh-fæst. Add; cf. hyge-fæst.

hoh-full. Add: I. careful, that takes care or pains :-- Emh&y-long;di, hohful zelotypus, An. Ox. 2277. H&e-long; s&i-long; gewordan hohful reddatur de suis ratiociniis sollicitus, R. Ben. I. 17, 7. Hohfullum (carefullan, R. Ben. 72, 12) br&e-long;&d-bar;er betæ-long;ce þ&a-long;s g&i-long;mene solicito fratri injungat hanc curam, 80, 15. II. thoughtful, prudent :-- Sum s&a-long;cerd . . . hohful on m&o-long;de (cf. edoctus monitis, Vit. Cuth. poet. c. 30), Hml. Th. ii. 152, 6. III. anxious, troubled :-- H&e-long; bi&d-bar; o&d-bar;&d-bar;e untrum o&d-bar;&d-bar;e hohfull, Hml. S. 12, 84 : Wlfst. 142, 6. Ne beó &d-bar;&u-long; hohful, l&a-long; w&i-long;f, þ&i-long;n sunu leofa&d-bar;, 152, 19. H&e-long; &d-bar;&a-long; sw&i-long;&d-bar;e hohful wear&d-bar; and feól t&o-long; his f&o-long;tum fl&o-long;wendum teárum (cf. provolutus ejus pedibus fusis cum gemitu lacrimis. Vit. Cuth. c. 28), Hml. Th. ii. 152, 10. Nelle þ&u-long; leng beón hohful be þ&i-long;nre d&e-long;hter. Hml. S. 33, 290. IV. denoting anxiety :-- Æ-long;mtig wamb and gyrla hohfull Drihten bitt inanis venter et habitus luctuosus Dominant deprecatur, Scint. 43, 5. V. persistent, per-severing. Cf. hogian; VII :-- Þ&a-long; þ&a-long; se munuc lange þurhwunode on þæ-long;re &a-long;nwilnysse, þ&a-long; cwæ&d-bar; se h&a-long;lga t&o-long; þ&a-long;m hohfullum munece. Hml. S. 31, 1084.

hohful-ness. Add: I. solicitude, care :-- Hohfulnesse be þingum gew&i-long;tendlicum sollicitudinem de rebus transitoriis, R. Ben. I. 16, 10. Þurh m&e-long;dderne hohful[nesse] per maternam sollicitudinem, Hpt. Gl. 404, 72. II. trouble, sadness, anxiety :-- Þ&a-long; eahta leahtras . . . hohfulnes (cf. se f&i-long;fta leahtor is tristitia, þ-bar; is þissere worulde unr&o-long;tnyss, Hml. S. 16, 289), Wlfst. 188, 37.

h&o-long;h-hwyrfing. f. -hwirfing, and add: -- Hringa h&o-long;hhwerfinge orbes orbibus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 75, 6. H&o-long;hhwyrfinge, 64, 21. v. h&o-long;f.

hohinge-r&o-long;d. Substitute: h&o-long;hing, e; f. Hanging :-- Ð&u-long; for hæ-long;le cynnes mennisces r&o-long;de h&o-long;hinge þ&e-long; þoludest pro salute generis humani crucis patibulum pertulisti, W. Cat. 294, 12.

hoh-m&o-long;d. Add :-- S&e-long; &d-bar;e wæ-long;re hohm&o-long;d, weor&d-bar;e s&e-long; glædm&o-long;d, Wlfst. 72, 8.

-hohsnian. v. on-hohsnian : h&o-long;-hylde. v. &o-long;-heald, -hilde.

hol a hole. Add: and holl. [It is not always possible to distinguish between forms that belong to hol and those that belong to holh ; some of those here given to the former may belong to the latter.] I. a cave, pit, deep place in water :-- Hool vorago, Wrt. Voc. ii. 124, 13. Hol cava (or adj. ?), 129, 63, Hola speleo, spelunca. An. Ox. 2047. Holum caverniculis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 103, 32: 13, 59: cavernis, 22, II. On holum in antris, 46, 4. Þ&a-long; iermingas &u-long;t of þæ-long;m holan crupon þe heó on lutedan, Ors. 2, 8; S. 92, 30. Holu cavernas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 103, 52 : 129, 66. Seó grundleáse swelgend hæfþ manegn w&e-long;ste holu on t&o-long; gadrianne, Bt. 7, 4 ; F. 22, 33 . ¶ the word occurs in local names :-- Bulan hol, C. D. v. 43, 8. Of &d-bar;æ-long;re st&a-long;nhlæ-long;we innan &d-bar;an hw&i-long;tan hole; of &d-bar;&a-long;m hw&i-long;tan hole int&o-long; &d-bar;&a-long;m reádan hole; of &d-bar;&a-long;m reádan hole int&o-long; &d-bar;&a-long;m dunnan hole; of &d-bar;&a-long;m dunnan hole, 253, 1-4. On &d-bar;&a-long; æaldan hola; of &d-bar;&a-long;m holum, 112, 34. Haec sunt nomma pastuum porcorum . . . H&u-long;nbealding hola, i. 258, 10. I a. a hole made to live in by an animal, burrow :-- Of oteres hole, C. D. iii. 418, 17. Foxas holas (holo, R.) habba&d-bar; uulpes foueas habent, Lk. L. 9, 58. Holo, p. 6, 12. II. a den used to keep animals in :-- Hola cabearum (patefactis cavearum clustellis. Ald. 49, 3), An. Ox. 3560. III. an aperture passing through anything; a pore :-- Hol spiramentum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 121, 6. v. brocc-, fox-, lifer-, st&a-long;n-, wulf-hol; holh.

hol a covering. Add :-- Mt. L. 5, 18 has stæfes heáfod.

hol hollow. Add :-- Hol cava (or under hol a hole?), Wrt. Voc. ii. 120, 63. Holum cavo, 21, 60. I. having a void space within :-- Ræsde &a-long;n næ-long;ddre of holum treówe, Shrn. 144, 27. Þ&u-long; nymst &a-long;nne holne hl&a-long;f (a loaf with the crumb taken out?) tolles tortam panis unius crustulam, Ex. 29, 23. S&e-long;c &a-long;n hol treów (cavam arborem) and bring m&e-long; þ&a-long; hrægl þ&e-long; þ&u-long; þæ-long;r inne finde, Gr. D. 202, 23. Befleáh h&e-long; in sum hol treów and hine sylfne &a-long;h&y-long;dde, 293, 14. On þone holan æsc, C. D. B. ii. 247, 4. Leápas hole (c?)orbes cauatos, Germ. 396, 146. II. having a cavity or depression in the surface :-- Holan beorges burna, C. D. i. 317, 19. M&i-long;n þegn funde wæter in &a-long;num holan st&a-long;ne (in lapide concauo), Nar. 8, 3. Fram kincges st&a-long;ne &u-long;p t&o-long; holan st&a-long;ne, C. D. v. in, 2. III. concave, arched :-- Holum st&a-long;num fornicibus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 40, 5. IV. deeply excavated or depressed, of a valley, road, &c. :-- T&o-long; &d-bar;&a-long;m holan m&o-long;re ; andlang &d-bar;æs holan m&o-long;res, C. D. B. ii. 247, 1. Æt holan cumbe, C. D. iii. 327, 15. T&o-long; holan d&i-long;c, v. 365, 31. On holan dene, iv. 108, 27. On holan weg, v. 302, 37. IV a. lying in a hollow or depression, of a stream, pool, &c. :-- On holan br&o-long;c, C. D. iv. 95, 36; : 287, 37. On holan ford, iii. 436, 12. In fontem holan wielle, 379, 10. And lang eá t&o-long; holan wylle, v. 302, 36. V. of the shape of a vessel or plant :-- Holo pannae patena, holo ponne paneta, Txts. 86, 784. (Cf. M. E. hol basin in contrast with flat basin. v. N. E. D. hol basin, s. v. holl.) Hole cersan, Lch. ii. 78, 26. Þ&a-long; holan cersan, 34, 9. [v. N. E. D. holl.]

hol having a cover. Dele and see hol; I.

h&o-long;l. Add :-- Sacu and clacu, h&o-long;l and hete, Wlfst. 86, 10. Stalu and cwalu, h&o-long;l and hete, 129, 3: 268, 23. Sennacherib mid h&o-long;le (v. 2 Kings xviii. 19 sqq.) him (Hezekiah) on wan, Hml, S. 18, 396. Se feónd cwæ&d-bar; : ' Maledicte, non Benedicte', and þ-bar; sw&a-long; gecwæ&d-bar; se deófol for h&o-long;le and for æfste, Gr. D. 122, 19. v. h&e-long;l.

-hola. v. ge-hola.

holc. Add :-- On þæ-long;re lifre holocum, Lch. ii. 206, 7.

hold (a title). Add :-- Symbel worhte &d-bar;æ-long;m aldormannum and holdum and forwostum Galileæs cenam fecit principibus ei iribunis et primis Galileae, Mk. L. R. 6, 21.

hold a carcase. Add :-- L&i-long;c o&d-bar;&d-bar;e hold cadaver, Wrt. Voc. i. 85, 54. Hold ferinum, ii. 108, 39: 70, 23 : 35, 20.

hold; adj. Add: I. of a superior to an inferior :-- Ic (Edgar) beó eów sw&y-long;&d-bar;e hold hl&a-long;ford þ&a-long; hw&i-long;le þe m&e-long; l&i-long;f gelæ-long;st, Ll. Th. i. 278, ii. Ic (Cnut) c&y-long;&d-bar;e eów þ-bar; ic wylle beón hold hl&a-long;ford and unsw&i-long;cende t&o-long; Godes gerihtum and t&o-long; rihtre woroldlage, Cht. E. 229, 21 : Chr. 1066; P. 200, 17. II. of inferior to superior :-- God is m&i-long;n gewita ic wæs &d-bar;&i-long;num fæder sw&a-long; geh&y-long;rsum sw&a-long; ic fyrmest mihte and full&i-long;ce hold on m&o-long;de and on mægene and &d-bar;&e-long; æ-long;fre on fullum hyldum hold and on fulre lufe, &d-bar;æs m&e-long; is God gewita, C. D. iv. 300, 35-301, 2. Urias slæge his &a-long;genes holdes &d-bar;egnes, Past. 35, 23. Fela sceal t&o-long; holdan h&a-long;mes ger&e-long;fan, Angl. ix. 265, 10. Lilla &d-bar;æs cyninges þegn him se holdesta (heoldesta, v. l. amicissimus), Bd. 2, 9; Sch. 147, 6. His ges&i-long;þ þe h&e-long; him æ-long;r þone holdestan gel&y-long;fde, 3, 14; Sch. 255, 7. III. in a religious sense, devout :-- Þæ-long;re holdan mæ-long;gsibbe deuotae germanitatis, An. Ox. 9, l. Eál&a-long; hwilc heófung holdra geleáffulra (boldra and geleáffulra, Hml. Th. ii. 518, 14), Hml. S. 31, 1382. IV. in a general sense, friendly, well-disposed :-- Boetius. . . wæs on Gre&a-long;cas hold was friendly towards the Greeks, Met. l, 56. Micel heáp holdra freónda &u-long;re andbida&d-bar; þæ-long;r (in heaven), Hml. Th. ii. 526, 31. Þ&a-long; þeóde symble Angelcynne þ&a-long; holdestan gentem nationi Anglorum semper amicissimam, Bd. 4, 26; Sch. 504, 15. V. of things, pleasant :-- Heria&d-bar; hine on hleó&d-bar;re holdre b&e-long;man, Ps. Th. 150, 3. Mid þ&y-long; s&e-long;lestan hwæ-long;tecynnes holde lynde adipe frumenti, 147, 3. H&i-long; holdne begeáton, fæ-long;lne fultum, 113, 18. v. dryhten-, hl&a-long;ford-, in-, þeóden-hold.

-holda. v. un-holda : hold-&a-long;þ. Add: v. hyld-&a-long;þ.

holde. Add: I. graciously, v. hold; I :-- Ic him m&i-long;ne hæ-long;lu holde æt&y-long;we, Ps. Th. 90, 16 : 118, 73. II. loyally, devotedly, v. holde; II, III :-- Þ &a-long; þe þ&i-long;ne hæ-long;lu holde lufigean, Ps. Th. 69, 5.

holdigean. Substitute: holdian; p. ode. To flay; to em-bowel (?) :-- Man þ&a-long; h&a-long;lgan swang and bærnde and swilce ofsticode sw&i-long;n holdode (v. ge-wyrce), Hml. S. 23, 106 : 73. T&o-long; holdigenne, t&o-long; befleánne euiscerandum, Germ. 393, 109. v. holding-st&o-long;w, hyldan; æt-h&y-long;dan.

holding-st&o-long;w, e; f. A place where slaughtered animals are dressed, a slaughter-house :-- S&u-long;&d-bar; dorian o&d-bar; hit cym&d-bar; t&o-long; &d-bar;æ-long;re holdingst&o-long;we, C. D. v. 184, 23. v. holdian.

hold-lic; adj. Friendly, kindly :-- [H]wæt h&y-long; holdlices quid amicum, fidum, An. Ox. 50, 29.

holdl&i-long;ce. Add: I. graciously. Cf. hold; I :-- H&u-long; holdl&i-long;ce God spræc be his clæ-long;num þegenum, Hml. A. 22, 190. II. loyally. Cf. hold ; II :-- Befr&a-long;n se cyning . . . ' Hwilce m&e-long;de hæfde Mardoch&e-long;us for þ&a-long;m þ-bar; h&e-long; sw&a-long; holdl&i-long;ce hogode embe m&e-long; ?' Ail rex: ' Quid pro hoc fide praemii Mardochaeus consecutus est?', Hml. A. 98, 218. Utan æ-long;nne cynehl&a-long;ford holdl&i-long;ce healdan, Ll. Th. i. 312, 21. Holdl&i-long;ce h&y-long;ran, 314, II : Wlfst. 266, 8. Holdl&i-long;ce (holdel&i-long;ce, v. l.), Chr. 1065; P. 194, 20. III. devoutly. Cf. hold; III :-- Holdl&i-long;ce devote (but the text in Ald. 81, 29 is: Iuxta quod vestra vota devota sposponderunt), Wrt.