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HORWEHT--HRÆDLÍCE 561

horweht. l. horweht(e): -horwian. v. ge-horwian: horx-. v. horsc-.

hós a bramble. Substitute: hos, pl. hossas and (?) hosa a shoot, tendril:--Hos butrus (cf. cyprus, arbor est habens . . . butros sicut erba pratorum, Ld. Gl. H. 90, col. 2), Wrt. Voc. i. 285, 27: ii. 11, 56. Mænifealde hosses spissos (palmitum) pampinos, An. Ox. 564. Hisses, hosses, Hpt. Gl. 419, 69. Twigu &l-bar; hosa ramnos (ramos seems to have been read. Cf. ramus twig, Wrt. Voc. i. 285, 80: but hosa from its form seems to belong to hosu), Ps. Cam. 57, 10. v. hyse.

hosa. v. hosu.

hose-bend. For 'Lye . . . 517' substitute:--Hosebendas periscelides (crurum), An. Ox. 4822.

hosp. Add:--Hosp, lehter probrum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 67, 35. Hosp, hearmspræ-acute;c calumpnia, 127, 77. Factio, i. conjuratio, conventus, narratio vel hosp, 146, 67. Ðá cempan . . . bígende heora cneówu and cweðende mid hospe (milites . . . genu flexu ante eum inludebant dicentes, Mt. 27, 29) . . . Ðæ-acute;ra cempena hosp hæfde getácnunge on gástlicum ðingum, Hml. Th. ii. 254, 3. Of unrihtum unhlísfulles hospes edwíte de sceuo infamis calumnie inproperio, An. Ox. 4207. [For] teóna hospe pro calumniarum contumelia, 4268. Ceachetunge, hospe cauillatione, i. uituperatione, 4500. Hospe inproperio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 44, 71. Hosp calumniam, i. opprobrium, An. Ox. 471: 1261. Hux, hosp (husp, Hpt. Gl. 524, 30) hironiam, 5201: Wrt. Voc. ii. 116, 80. Hé smeáde hú hé mihte his hosp on þám hálgum gewrecan he considered how he might avenge on the saints the insult he had received, Hml. S. 11, 114. Æ-acute;lcne hosp hí forbæ-acute;ron, 28, 131. Hospas hyspendra obprobria exprobrantium, Ps. Rdr. 68, 10. Gemyndig beó ðú hospa (inproperiorum) þínra, 73, 32. Álýs mé fram hospum (calumniis) manna, 118, 134. Hospas strofas, i. uersutias, Germ. 396, 318. Sé bið eádig þe for Críste ðolað wyriunge and hospas, Hml. Th. i. 554, 21.

hospettan; p. te To mock:--Hospet&e-hook;t subsannat, Txts. 101, 1963.

hosp-lic; adj. Insulting, contumelious, opprobrious, blasphemous:--Hí (the Jews) tó Críste hosplice word wédende spræ-acute;con, Hml. Th. ii. 232, 31.

hospul; adj. Contemptible:--Hospula inrita (cf. irritum forhogd, Wrt. Voc. ii. 112, 7), Ps. Rdr. 88, 35.

hosp-word. Add:--Sæ-acute;de se deófol him hospword and mid manegum tálum hine týnde, ac hé næs gestirod for his leásum tálum, Hml. S. 31, 723. Se Hæ-acute;lend ðæ-acute;ra Iúdéiscra hospword gehýrde. . . . 'Wé oncnáwað þæt þú eart wód,' Hml. Th. ii. 232, 16.

hoss. v. hos.

hosu, e (an ?); f. (and ? hosa, an; m.; but perhaps hosa, Wrt. Voc. i. 81, 48, might be pl., or a mistake for hose (cf. eága for eáge, 70, 42, or for hosu):--Hosa caliga vel ocrea, Wrt. Voc. i. 81, 48. Synd gesealde from þám abbode ealle neádbehéfe þing, þæt is . . . hosa (hosan, R. Ben I. 93, 9, calige), R. Ben. 92, 3. Habbon hig tó fótgewæ-acute;dum hosa (hosan, R. Ben. I. 92, 1), 88, 14. Hý habbaþ pohhede hosa (caligas follicantes), 136, 23. Gyf þú hosa habban wille, þonne stríc þú uppweard on þínum sceancum mid þínum twám handum, Tech. ii. 127, 12. II. a husk, pod:--Hose glumulá, An. Ox. 8, 94. Pisan hosa siliqua, Wrt. Voc. ii. 120, 58. See hosa in Dict. v. leþer-, scin-hosu; læ-acute;s-hosum.

how (hop?), es; n. A hill(?), mound(?):--Oð ðæt wæstmæste how, C. D. v. 84, 1: 243, 4. [v. (?) N. E. D. how a hill, mound.]

hraca. v. hrace.

hráca. Add:--Hráca of breóste flegma ex pectore, Chrd. 23, 7 Flegmata, þ-bar; byð hráca oððe geposu, deriað þám ealdan, Angl. viii 299, 36. Hráca &l-bar; snofol flegmata, An. Ox. 31, 3. v. hræ-acute;can.

hracca. For Som. substitute:--Hracca occiput, Wrt. Voc. ii. 65, 33. Hreacca, hr&e-hook;ca, hrecca, Txts. 82, 715.

hrace. Add: [A dat. fem. hraca occurs in Kent. Gl.: this might = hrace from a strong hracu, or might = hracá = hracan. In the same glossary the nom. is hraca]:--I. of living creatures:--Hrace gula, Wrt. Voc. ii. 40, 46. Hrace &l-bar; þrotu guttur, Ps. L. Spl. Rdr. Vos. 5, 11: Ps. Rdr. Vos. 13, 3. Hraece, Ps. Srt. 5, 11. Hraecae, 13, 3. Hraca, Ps. Cam. 5, 11: 13, 3. Raca &l-bar; þrotu, Ps. L. 13, 3. Mín hraca guttur meum, Kent. Gl. 234. Ðínre hraca gutturi tuo, 29: 157. In hreacan his, Ps. Srt. 113, 7. Hracan, 134, 17. Hracan (hræcean, lxx, 8) guttori, Lch. i. lxxiv, 9. Fram eallum þám þigenum þe hracan oþþ innoþ tó miclum luste getýhþ ab omnibus quae ventris et gutturis provocant appetitum, R. Ben. 138, 14. Hracan fauces, Wrt. Voc. ii. 39, 56. II. of places, a gorge, narrow outlet at the upper end of a valley(?):--Anlang cumbes hracan (cf. andlang cumbes tó ðæs cumbes heáfde, 434, 35), C. D. iii. 440, 22. [v. N. E. D. rake.]

hracing. Dele, and see hræcing: hracod. Dele: hracu. v. hrace.

hradian. Add:--Geefst &l-bar; hrada þæt þú álýse accelera ut eruas me Ps. L. 30, 3. Is tó hradienne and tó efstenne currendum et agendum est, R. Ben. 5, 8.

hradung. For Lye substitute:--Ofst and hradung gódra weorca is tó þæ-acute;m ríce weges færeld, R. Ben. 3, 11.

hraebre-bletae. v. hæfer-blæ-acute;te: hræca occiput. v. hracca.

hræ-acute;can. Add: to reach (v. N. E. D. s. v.). I. intrans.:--Hr&e-long-hook;ceo excreo, An. Ox. 53, 40. Wiþ þæs magan springe, þonne þurh múð bitere hræ-acute;cð oþþe bealcet, oððe him on þám magan súgeð, Lch. ii. 192, 3. Þám men þe . . . on magan untrum sié oþþe bitere hræ-acute;ce, 62, 16. Gif heora æ-acute;negum for unhæ-acute;le hráca of breóste derige, hræ-acute;ce bæftan him (post dorsum flegma proiciat), and þæt fortrede, Chrd. 23, 8. I a. with dat. of what is expectorated:--Wið þ-bar; man blóde hræ-acute;ce, Lch. i. 278, 48. II. trans. To spit blood, &c., Lch. i. 142, 1 (in Dict.). Swá hwæt swá man him fram hræ-acute;ce quod spuitur, Chrd. 23, 12. v. á-hræ-acute;can.

hræce the throat. v. hrace: hræ-acute;cettan. Take here passage under hræ-acute;ctan in Dict., and cf. hræ-acute;cetung.

hræ-acute;cetung. Add:--Sé þe bitere hræ-acute;cetunge þrowað, Lch. ii. 158, 9. Læ-acute;cedóm þe bitere hræ-acute;cetunge áweg déþ, 188, 19: 256, 11.

hræ-acute;c-gebræc, es; n. l. hræ-acute;c-gebræ-acute;c, e; f., and add:--Hræ-acute;cgebræ-acute;c brancos, Wrt. Voc. ii. 13, 1.

hræcing. Rtl. 65, 27. v. ræcing: hræ-acute;ctan. v. hræ-acute;cettan.

hræc-tunge. Add: the tongue of the throat, the uvula:--Tóðum, tungan, múðe, hræctungan (uvae), hracan, þrotbollan, Lch. i. lxxiv, 9; lxx, 8.

hræ-acute;cung. Add: phlegm:--Hóras vel hræcunga (-da, MS.) vel spátlung pituita, i. minuta saliva, Wrt. Voc. i. 46, 15. v. blód-, wyrms-hræ-acute;cung.

hræd. Add:--Hraed, hrad percitus, Txts. 85, 1539: perpes, 87, 574. Hraeðe propero, 89, 1675. I. of rapid movement, v. hrædlic; I:--Swá hrædlíce swá hradu ýst windes scip tóbrycð, Ps. Th. 47, 6. Eal swá earn þonne hé mid hrædum flyhte wyle forð áfleón, Nic. 14, 36. Heora hors mid swá hræde ryne (tanto cursu) þá eá oferférdon, efne swá seó eá in hire næ-acute;nigne wætres streám hæfde, Gr. D. 15, 31. Hrædne gang rapidum (i. uelocem) gressum, An. Ox. 50, 43. Ðá hradan perpeti praepeti volatu, Ald. 22, 6), Wt. Voc. ii. 77, 74. Hradum prepedibus (praefectibus catervis, Ald. 136, 27), 88, 78. I a. fig. to denote prompt action:--Hred festinus (qui festinus est pedibus offendet, Prov. 19, 2), Kent. Gl. 663. Hrede (veloces) foet heara tó ágeótenne blód, Ps. Srt. 13, 3. II. quick in respect to time. (1) not lasting long. Cf. hræd-lic; II:--Þeáh ðe gýt wæ-acute;re óðer þúsend geára tó ðám dæge, næ-acute;re hit langsum; for ðan swá hwæt swá geendað, þæt bið sceort and hræd, Hml. Th. i. 618, 28. On manegum landun tilð bið redre ðonne on óðrum, ge yrðe tíma hrædra ge mæ-acute;da rædran, Angl. ix. 259, 8-11. (2) that comes without delay, speedy. v. hræd-lic; III:--Hym byþ hræd bót (cf. sóna bið sél, 18), Lch. i. 354, 11. III. of prompt action. (1) by persons:--Gemedema hræd beón ongebróht úrum breóste dignare promptus ingeri nostro pectori, Hy. S. 10, 6. Ðá ðe bióð tó late . . . ðá ðe bióð tó hrade pigri . . . praecipites, Past. 281, 17. Hræde, 176, 1. (1 a) where the kind of action is given, prompt to do (), prompt in (on), ready with (mid) a matter:--Suiðe hræd (velox) tó gehieránne and suíðe læt tó sprecenne, Past. 281, 5. Hræd tó singienne ad peccandum ualde procliua, Chrd. 54, 22. Ne tó hræd ne tó stíð tó ðæ-acute;re wrace, Past. 79, 11. Eáðe and hræd on hlehtre facilis ac promptus in risu, R. Ben. 30, 9. Þú wæ-acute;re hrædra tó his fultume þonne hé wénde, Ps. Th. 20, 3. Hræd tó yfle prona in malum, Chrd. 54, 31. Ic læ-acute;re þ-bar; þú beó hrædra mid hreówlicum teárum, Dóm. L. 75. (2) applied to things:--Ræddre anwealhnysse strenu&e-hook; integritatis, An. Ox. 2343. IV. of mental quickness (cf. hræd-spræ-acute;ce), Crä. 73 (in Dict.). [v. N. E. D. rad.] v. flán-, fræ-acute;-hræd.

hræd-bíta. l. -bita, and add:--Hræðbita blata, Wrt. Voc. ii. 11, 53. Hræþbita, i. 281, 44. v. bitela.

hræding. Add:--For hrædince compendio, An. Ox. 3347. ¶ the word occurs mostly in the phrase on hrædinge hurriedly, without allowing enough time:--Hit is on hrædinge earfoðrecce it is difficult to relate unless plenty of time is allowed, Wlfst. 22, 14. Man ne mihte on hrædinge ásmeágean hú earmlíce gefaren is, 166, 11. Hí hæfdon áræ-acute;red on hrædincge áne cyrcan, Hml. S. 15, 43. Hí bebyrigdon hine swá swá hí sélost mihton on swylcere hrædinge, 32, 168.

hræd-lic. Add: I. quick, swift. v. hræd; I:--Hyra hors mid swá hrædlicum ryne (tanto cursu) oferférdon þá eá swylce . . ., Gr. D. 15, 28. II. of time, coming soon to an end. Cf. hræd; II. 1, Ors. 1, 10; S. 44, 28 (in Dict.). III. happening within a short time. v. hræd; II. 2:--Se hrædlica ende mínes lífes (cf. ymb ánes geáres fyrst and eahta mónað þú swylst, 31, 25), Nar. 32, 26. Þ-bar;te hrædlic ús ðínræ milsa ginyhtsamnisse ágefaiga ut celerem nobis tuae propitiationis habundantiam largiatur, Rtl. 124, 34. IV. happening before the natural or fitting time, early, premature:--Hrædlicre mature (mutare, MS.), Wrt. Voc. ii. 56, 11. V. that comes unexpectedly, sudden:--Him cóm swá hrædlic sár swá þám cennendan wífe cymð fæ-acute;rlic sár, Ps. Th. 47, 6. Ðá ðe mid hrædlice luste (repentina concupiscentia) bióð oferswíðde, Past. 431, 11: Chr. 977; P. 122, 9 (in Dict.).

hrædlíce. Add: I. of quick movement. (1) literal:--'Farað hrædlíce (cito)' . . . Ðá férdon hig hrædlíce, Mt. 28, 7, 8. Cume ðonne án spearwa and hrædlíce (citissime) þ-bar; hús þurhfleó, Bd. 2, 13; Sch. 165, 23. Mid hræs geeáde all sunes ðerh hrædlíce &l-bar; oefestlíce in sæ-acute; impetu