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-HOPP -- HORNUNG-SUNU 559

node þ-bar; h&e-long; hine þ&a-long;m abbode befæste petiit ab eo ut eum abbati commit-teret, Gr. D. 27, 23. v. &a-long;-, ge-hopian.

-hopp. v. ge-hopp.

h&o-long;p-p&a-long;da. Substitute: hop-p&a-long;da, an; m. An upper garment :-- Ependeton c&o-long;p vel hopp&a-long;da vel ufre scr&u-long;d, Wrt. Voc. i. 59, 52. Cf. hop-steort.

hoppe. Add :-- The 12th century Latin version of the first passage is: Nola bouis, collarium canis (Anglice dicitur hundes hoppe, quasi canis circularium, quia h&o-long;p circulus) . . . unumquodque ualet unum sol. , et uniuscuiusque modus computatus melda. [v. N. E. D. hoppe seed-vessel of flax.] v. ge-hopp.

-hoppe. v. gærs-hoppe: hoppere. Dele.

hoppetan. Add: , hoppettan :-- Se hrefn mid openum m&u-long;&d-bar;e and mid &a-long;þenedum fi&d-bar;erum ongann yrnan hoppetende ymb&u-long;tan þone hl&a-long;f corvus aperto ore, expansis alis circa panem coepit discurrere, Gr. D. 118, 25.

hoppian. Add :-- Sum man gesette his &d-bar;eówan man on fetera. H&e-long; sæt lange on &d-bar;&a-long;m bendum o&d-bar; þ-bar; h&e-long; bestæl &u-long;t mid his stafe hoppende (hoppegende, v. l.). Hml. S. 21, 417.

hopp-sc&y-long;te a coverlet (?). Substitute: hop-sc&i-long;te (hopp-) a bed-curtain, and add :-- Heó (Judith) nam þ-bar; heáfod and his hopsc&y-long;tan abstulit conopeum eius (cf. An. Ox. 7, 365 where conopeum, occurring in the story of Judith, is glossed by wáhreft. In the poem of Judith the word is rendered byfleóhnett, Jud. 47), Hml. As. III, 307.

hop-steort the train of a dress :-- Hopsteort (printed honsteorc, but v. Du Cange ' limpus in veteri glossario Saxonico hopsteort') limpus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 53, 41. Cf. hop-p&a-long;da.

hopu. v. hop: -hopung. v. t&o-long;-hopung.

h&o-long;r-cwene. Add :-- H&o-long;ringas o&d-bar;&d-bar;e h&o-long;rcwenan, Wlfst. 309, 22.

hord. Add: I. an accumulation of valuable things hidden away or laid by for preservation or future use (see also IV). (l) of precious metals, jewels, &c. :-- Sege &u-long;s n&u-long; hwæ-long;r se ealda hord (of coins) s&y-long; þe þ&u-long; d&i-long;gell&i-long;ce fundest, Hml. S. 23, 661. Hord sceal in streónum b&i-long;dan, Gn. Ex. 68. Wyrm, hordes hyrde, B. 887. M&a-long;&d-bar;ma hord m&i-long;nne, 2799. Scealt þ&u-long; þ&i-long;nes unþances þone hord &a-long;meldian, þe þ&u-long; sylfwilles æ-long;r noldest c&y-long;&d-bar;an, Hml. S. 23, 716. Ne h&y-long;deþ eów hord in eorþe nolite thesaurizare vobis thesauros in terra, Mt. R. 6, 19. Draca hord beweotode, B. 2212. Se g&u-long;&d-bar;scea&d-bar;a hord gesceát, dryhtsele dyrnne, 2319. Gong hord sceáwian under h&a-long;rne st&a-long;n, 2744. Hord warian, Rä. 32, 21 : 88, 22. (2) of material valuable for its properties :-- Sege eallum mannum þ-bar; s&o-long;na sw&a-long; h&i-long; geopenia&d-bar; m&i-long;ne byrgene, þ-bar; h&i-long; magon &d-bar;æ-long;r findan sw&a-long; deórwur&d-bar;ne hord (the miracle-working remains of St. Swithin) þ-bar; heora d&y-long;re gold ne bi&d-bar; n&a-long;hte wur&d-bar; wi&d-bar; þ&a-long; foresæ-long;dan m&a-long;&d-bar;mas, Hml. 8. 21, 54. II. a valuable article :-- Bi&d-bar; seó m&o-long;ddor hordum gehroden, Rä. 81, 17. III. of non-material things, (l) that are valued :-- H&y-long;deþ eów hord in heofonum, Mt. R. 6, 20. Ðurh sefan snyttro, searo&d-bar;onca hord, Past. 9, II. Sceal þæs heánan hyge hord unginnost, Gn. Ex. 206. H&e-long; (Christ) æteówde m&e-long; eác his æ-long;nlican hordas, &d-bar;&a-long; h&e-long; m&e-long; geh&e-long;t, Hml. S. 7, 38. (2) that are concealed :-- Synna hord. Ps. C. 155. Dyrne hordas abdita (secretorum) archana, An. Ox. 4216. IV. a place where treasure is deposited; the condition of being deposited (in the phrases of horde, on hard, but perhaps the passages might be taken under I. See N. E. D. hoard; 2) :-- Þ&u-long; h&i-long; gaderast and heist on þ&i-long;num horde tuis ea divitiis annumerare maluisti, Bt. 14, 2 ; F. 44, 5. Wæs gold &a-long;hæfen of horde, B. 1108. B&e-long;g and siglu, eall swylce hyrsta swylce on horde æ-long;r n&i-long;&d-bar;h&y-long;dige genumen hæfdon, 3165.

hord-cleófa, -cl&y-long;fa. l. hord-cleofa, -clyfa, and add: See next word.

hord-c&o-long;fa. l. hord-cofa, and add :-- Ic (the devil) wolde . . . þæt h&y-long; (the wicked) wunedon on m&i-long;num hordcouan (hwæt woldon h&y-long; on m&i-long;num hordcleofan, v. l.) and þ&i-long;ne circean forgeáton, Wlfst. 255, 14.

hordere. Add :-- Be mynstres hordere (cellarario). Se mynstres hordere s&i-long; gecoren of þæ-long;re gesamnunge, s&y-long;fre and n&a-long; oferettol. . . ; s&y-long; h&e-long; ealre gef&e-long;rræ-long;denne sw&a-long; sw&a-long; fæder. H&e-long; hogige embe ealle &d-bar;ing; ne d&o-long; h&e-long; n&a-long;n &d-bar;ing b&u-long;tan þæs abbodes hæ-long;se; healde þæt him beboden s&y-long;, R. Ben. 54, 6-12. Þæs horderes tæ-long;cen is þæt mon wrænce mid is hande swilce h&e-long; wille loc hunl&u-long;can, Tech. ii. 118, 10.

hord-ern. Add: -- Hordren proma cella prumptuaria. Hpt. 33, 245, 41. Se munuc þe þ-bar; hordern heóld monachus qui cellarium tenebat (cf. Hml. Th. ii. 178, 22 under hordere), Gr. D. 159, 15.

horder-wice. l. -w&i-long;ce.

hord-fæt. Add: -- B&u-long;rþ&e-long;n cancellarius vel scriniarius [hordfæt scrinium vel cancellaria, Angl. viii. 452, omitted after], Wrt. Voc. i. 61, 3.

hord-weorþung. Substitute: Treasure given to honour a person (cf. H&e-long; þ&a-long;m b&a-long;twearde bunden golde swurd gesealde, þæt h&e-long; sy&d-bar;&d-bar;an wæs m&a-long;&d-bar;me &d-bar;&y-long; weor&d-bar;ra, B. 1902), costly reward :-- Ful oft ic for læ-long;ssan leán teohhade, hordweor&d-bar;unge, hn&a-long;hran rince, sæ-long;mran æt sæcce, B. 952. Cf. hring-, sinc-weorþung; weorþung; III.

h&o-long;re. Add: -- Leás fyrnhicge, h&o-long;re prostituta pellax, i. meretrix quae prostat, i. mendax, An. Ox. 2940. H&o-long;rena meretricum, 3329.

horh. [The hor(g)-, hor(e)w- forms seem to belong to the same original nominative, but they are so far differentiated in meaning that they are taken separately.] Add :-- Horh flegma, i. saliva, Wrt. Voc. ii. 149, 38: flegma, 35, 65. Nytta þ&a-long;ra læ-long;ced&o-long;ma þe þone horh of þ&a-long;m heáfde teó, Lch. ii. 282, 25. Þ&u-long; forl&e-long;te on þ&i-long;nne ondwlitan þ&a-long; earman heora horh (sp&a-long;tl) sp&i-long;wan, Angl. xii. 505, 13. Horh flegmata, Wrt. Voc. ii. 108, 71: 35, 64. Swiling wi&d-bar; h&o-long;rum (hrum, MS.) and gillistrum t&o-long; heáfdes hæ-long;lo, Lch. ii. 2, 3. [H]&o-long;ras, i. 358, 13. Dracontjan wiþ f&u-long;le h&o-long;ras on men, ii. 174, 5. [v. N. E. D. hore. Icel. horr mucus from the nose.]

horheht. l. horheht(e): horh-leahtras. v. or-leahter: Horan, Ps. Th. 27, 1 note. Dele, and see hopian; III: horian to defile. v.horwian.

horig. Add: , h&o-long;rig (?cf. Wick. hoory) :-- Horig spurcus, An. Ox. 18 b, 82. Ne l&i-long;choma wunige horig &l-bar; f&u-long;l nec corpus adsit sordidum, Hy. S. 26, 26. H&e-long; bi&d-bar; &a-long;&d-bar;wogen fram his synnum &d-bar;urh &d-bar;&a-long; untrumnysse, sw&a-long; sw&a-long; horig hrægl þurh s&a-long;pan, Hml. Th. i. 472, 6. T&o-long; horgan wege; &d-bar;onne of horgan wege, C. D. B. ii. 245, 25. On horegan ford; of horegan forda, C. D. vi. 153, 5. Sc&i-long;nende h&y-long;d horig (sordidum) ge-swutela&d-bar; m&o-long;d, Scint. 87, 6. Horie purulenta, Germ. 396, 259. Gif þ&u-long; bere horige reáf (ceruleas (nigras) uestes), Hpt. 31, 13, 3 25. [v. N. E. D. hory.]

h&o-long;ring. Add :-- Gif h&o-long;ringas o&d-bar;&d-bar;e h&o-long;rcwenan innan þysan earde weor&d-bar;an &a-long;gytene, Wlfst. 309, 21.

horn. Add: I. the horn of an animal :-- Sw&y-long;þor þonne æþele cealf, þeáh þe him upp &a-long;g&a-long; horn on heáfde super vitulum novellum cornua producentem, Ps. Th. 68, 32. H&e-long; geseah &a-long;nne ramm betwux þ&a-long;m br&e-long;melum be þ&a-long;m hornum gehæft, Gen. 22, 13. &U-long;r feohte&d-bar; mid hornum, R&u-long;n. 2. Atol deór monig &i-long;renum hornum, Sal. 470. I a. where horn is used medically :-- Heortes horn hafa&d-bar; mægen æ-long;lcne wæ-long;tan t&o-long; &a-long;dr&i-long;genne, Lch. i. 334, 3, and often. Wi&d-bar; h&o-long;mum, nim g&a-long;te horn, 350, 17: 21. Fearres horn gebræ-long;dedne t&o-long; acsan, 366, 9. v. c&u-long;-, wesend-horn. II. horn as emblem of power and might (Biblical use) :-- H&e-long; &u-long;s hæ-long;le horn &a-long;ræ-long;rde, Lk. i. 69. Ealle hornas synfulra ic t&o-long;brece and beó&d-bar; &u-long;p &a-long;hefen hornas ryhtw&i-long;ses, Ps. Rdr. 74, II. Ic cwæ&d-bar; t&o-long; &d-bar;æ-long;m &d-bar;e syngodon: ' Ne hebbe g&e-long; t&o-long; &u-long;p eówre hornas. ' Ðonne &a-long;hebba&d-bar; &d-bar;&a-long; synfullan sw&i-long;&d-bar;e &u-long;p hira hornas, &d-bar;onne h&i-long; h&i-long; næ-long;fre nylla&d-bar; geeá&d-bar;m&e-long;dan . . . , Past. 425, 21-24. III. a vessel formed from a horn, (l) a drinking-horn, v. drync(e)-, w&i-long;n-horn; and cf. Contulit magno regi duo cornua (or under IV?) auro argentoque decorata (cf. mec (a drinking-horn) mon þece&d-bar; golde and sylfore, Rä. 15, 2) ut eo liberius hoc praerogatiuum roboretnr, C. D. ii. 293, 17. Offero refectorario dicti monasterii . . . cornu meae mensae, ut senes monasterii bibant inde in festis sanctorum, et in suis benedictionibus meminerint aliquando animae donatoris, i. 305, 3-13. (2) a receptacle for other liquids or powder, v. blæc-, ele-, pipor-horn. (3) a horn for cupping :-- Him c&o-long;m ongæ-long;n se ealda feónd sittende on &a-long;num m&u-long;le on læ-long;eces ans&y-long;ne and bæ-long;r horn and his bl&o-long;dsex (cornu et tripedicam ferens), Gr. 161, 2. v. tyge-horn. (4) a horn tube for inhaling :-- Genim . . . swefl and r&e-long;cels . . . lege on h&a-long;tne st&a-long;n, drinc þurh horn þone r&e-long;c, Lch, ii. 316, II: 56, II. IV. a horn for blowing, a trumpet, v. blæ-long;s-, swegel-, tr&u-long;þ-horn :-- Horn-bl&a-long;were cornicen, horn cornu, Wrt. Voc. i. 73, 64. Horn salpix, An. Ox. 18 b, 86. Næ-long;fre mon þæs hl&u-long;de horn &a-long; þ&y-long;te&d-bar; ne b&y-long;man &a-long;bl&a-long;we&d-bar;, D&o-long;m. 109. V. a projection like a horn at each corner of the altar in the Jewish temple :-- T&o-long; horne weófedes, Ps. Rdr. Spl. 117, 27. O&d-bar; horn w&i-long;bed, Ps. Vos. 117, 27. O&d-bar; horn ad cornua, Ps. Srt. 117, 27. VI. each of the pointed extremities of the moon in her first and last quarters, Rä. 30, 2 (in Dict.]. VI a. each end of a bow. Cf. horn-boga :-- H&e-long; forbricþ hornas bogana confringit cornua arcum, Ps. Rdr. Vos. Srt. 75, 4. See Rä. 15 for various uses of the horn, and Tupper's notes on the riddle.

horn-bl&a-long;were. Add :-- Hornbl&a-long;uuere cereacus (cf. cereacas, tubicines, Corp. Gl. H. 30, 298), Wrt. Voc. ii. 103, 71. Hornbl&a-long;were ceriacus.

horn-boga. Aad: [v. N. E. D. horn-bow.]

horn-bora. Add :-- Hornbora cornicen. Wrt. Voc. i. 291, 21 : ii. 17; 35. In El. 54 the MS. has hleópon not hleówon.

hornede; adj. Provided with horns :-- Hornede næ-long;dran, carastis þ-bar; næ-long;dercyn, Nar. 13, 15.

horn-f&o-long;tede; adj. Horn-footed, hoofed (of a horse) :-- Hornf&o-long;tedne cornipedem (-um, MS. Cf. horsa cornipedum, 21, 69), Wrt. Voc. ii. 135. 71.

horn-leás; adj. Without horns :-- Gif h&e-long; hornleásne oxan geseó, þonne ofercym&d-bar; h&e-long; his f&i-long;nd, Archiv cxx. 304, 28 ; E. S. 39, 349.

hornnaap ? :-- Hornnaap decurat, Wrt. Voc. ii. 98, 8. [Decurare = nimium curare (Migne). Could naap (= n&a-long;p) be p. t. of n&i-long;pan, used here figuratively of mental gloom? Further could horn = orn (ran) ? ; and could two quite different glosses have been suggested for the same Latin word, because the glosser was uncertain whether to connect the word with currere or curare ?]

horn-p&i-long;c; n.(?). l. m. : hornung. See next word.

hornung-sunu. For Cot. 142 substitute :-- Hornungsunu nothus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 61, 67, and add: [The form hornung(-ing) seems to occur