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HUNDEAHTATIGOÞA -- HUND-TEÓNTIG 571

him eóde on hundeahtatig burga, Ors. 4, 10; S. 198, 15. Heacute; hund-eahtatig scipa gegaderade, 4, 6 ; S. 170, 34. II. as adj. :-- Hund&dash-uncertain;eahtatigon síðon octuagies, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 286, 5.

hundeahtatigoþa eightieth :-- Se hundeahtatigoða oclogesimus, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 383, 13.

hunden. Add :-- sende on hý fleógan hundene (muscam caninam), Ps. Rdr. 77, 45.

hund-feald. [In the first passage perhaps hundfealdgetel should be read. v. þúsendfeald-getel.] Add: -- Heó næfð þone wurðmynt þæs hundfealdan wæstmes, Hml. A. 34, 250. Hé underféhð þá méde be hundfealdum edleáne, 15, 51. Hundfealde méde, 21, 186 : Hml. Th. i. 148, 18. Tén ðúsend síðan hundfealde ðúsenda him mid wunodon decies millies centena millia assistebant ei (Dan. 7, 10), 348, 3. Hundfealde centeni, Ælf. Gr. Z. 13, 16. be hundfealdum a hundredfold: -- -Be hundfealdum hé onfghð leán centuplum accipiet. Mt. 19, 29. þ-bar; hí be hundfealdum habbað þá méde þ-bar; þ-bar; hí be ánfealdan for his lufon dydon, Hml. A. 15, 55.

hundfeald-getel. v. hund-feald.

hundfeald-lic adj. Hundred-fold :-- Hundfealdlic hé onféhð centu&dash-uncertain;plum accipiet, Scint. 58, 2.

hund-freá(?) a centurion :-- Hundfre[-á?] ceniurio, Mt. L. 22, 19 marg.

hunding, v. healf-hunding.

hund-lic. Add: -- Hundlice oððe tuxas canini, Wrt. Voc. ii. 16, 50 : Bl. H. 181, 28.

hund-nigontig. Add: I. as substantive with gen. :-- Hé wæs nigon and hundnigontic geára nonaginta et novem erat annorum, Gen. 17, 24. Ofer nigon and hundnigontigum (hundneántig, L. , hund&dash-uncertain;niontig, R.) rihtwísra super nonaginta nouem iustis, Lk. 15, 7. Ofer nigon and hundnigontig ryhtwísra, Past. 411, 13. II. as adj. :-- Hundnigontigon síðon nonagies, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 286, 5. Hé let him behindan ciólas nigon and hundnigontig, Met. 26, 24. III. where the governed or qualified noun is not expressed :-- Máre bliss bið . . . be ánum synfullan men . . . þonne be nigon and hundnigantigan Þe dæ-acute;dbóte ne behófiað, Angl. xi. 114, 68. Hú ne forlæ-acute;t hé þá nigon and hundnigontig (-neántih, L. ; hundnigontig and nigon, R.) on þári. muntum ?, Mt. 18, 12, 13. Ðá nigona and hundneóntig (ðá hundnióntig and nióne, R.), Lk. L. 15, 4.

hundnigontig-geáre ; adj. Ninety years old :-- Enos leofode hund-nygontyggeáre viaxit Enos nonaginta annis, Gen. 5, 9.

hund-nigontigoþa ninetieth :-- Se hundnigontigoða nonagesimus, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 283, 14. On þæ-acute;m feówer-and-hundnigontigoðon psalme, Past. 415, 5. Oð ðæt hundnigonteóþe geár, Hml. A. 37, 330.

hundnigontig-wintre. Add :-- þá hé wæs nigon-and-hundnigon&dash-uncertain;ligwintre, Gen. 17, 1.

hundred. Add: I. as an abstract numeral :-- Þrittig síðon seofon beóð twá hundred and týn ; feówertig síðon seofon beóð twá hundred and hundeahtatig; fíftig síðon seofon beóð þreó hundred and fíftig, Angl. viii. 303, 7-9. II. as substantive. (1) governing a gen. :-- Half hundred fóðra cornes, C. D. iv. 263, 20. Cýswyrhtan gebyreð hundred cýse (-a ?) caseum facienti redden convenit centum caseos, Ll. Th. i. 438, 31. Hundraðes monna hláfard centurio, Mt. p. 15, 13: Mt. L. 8, 5. Heora man áhéng fifte healf hundred (hund, v. l.), Ors. 5, 3; Th. 442, 34. Hundrað (hundteóntig, R. , hund, W. S.) scípa centum oves, Mt. L. 18, 12. Hundrað (hundred, R., hund, W. S.) scillinga centum denarios, 18, 28. Hundreð, Lk. R. 15, 4. Þæ-acute;r wæs þreó þúsend geréfena and þreó hundræd, Angl. xi. 4, 13. þ-bar; bið .xii. hund (hundred, v. l.) sci&l-bar;&l-bar;., Ll. Th. i. 190, 3. Ðrím hundredum peninga trecentis denariis, Mk. R. 14, 5. Twá hundred and twéntig sci&l-bar; &l-bar;., Ll. Th. i. 366, 21. Hæfde hé sume hundred scipa, Bt. 38, 1; F. 194, 7. (2) a group of a hundred persons or objects :-- Hí wurpon fela hundreda forð ofer þone weall, Hml. A. 68, 80. Ducentesimus sé ðe byd on ðám twám hundredum aftemyst, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 284, 1. Ofer ðrím hundradum tribunus bið forwost, Mk. L. 6, 21 marg. Hundredum centuriis (exercitus in centuriis et millibus conglobatos), An. Ox. 882. Ðerh hundrað (-eð, R.) per centenos, Mk. L. 6, 40. (2 a) used of things denoting value, where the thing is to be inferred. Cf. modern use of hundred = hundred pounds. Icel. hundrað -= 120 yards of wadmal :-- Béte man þ-bar; mid .vii. hundr. . béte man þ-bar; mid .vi. hundr . . . béte man þ-bar; mid hundr, Ll. Th. i. 292, 6-9. Lecge hé án . C. (unum hundretum) tó wedde . . . gilde án . C. , 296, 7-11. Ðá ðe wæstmiað, án ðrittig, . . . án hundrað (-eð R. ) qui fructificant unum trigenta . . . unum centum, Mk. L. 4, 20: 8. Wæstm gebrenges, ó ðer hundrað (hnndteóntig, R. , hundfealdne, W. S. ), Mt. L. 13, 23. Hundrað centesimum, 8. þreó [hundr]ed æt cwicum men, Ll. Lbm. 473, [4]. In Danelage per xviii hundreda, qui numerus cornplet septies XX. libras et 1111. ; forisfacturam enim hundredi Dani vocabant viii. libras, Ll. Th. 1. 454. 10-12. [As 15 óran are said to make a pound, the hundred seems to be the great hundred (= 120), and the óra to be the unit.] III. as adjective :-- Sé ðe hæfeð hundrað scíp (centum ones), Lk. L. 15, 4, Mid án hundred and twéntigum scillingum, Ll. Th. i. 360, 21. Mid penigum twæ-acute;m hundreðum denariis ducentis, Mk. R. 6, 37. Ðriim hundraðum scillingum, Mk. L. 14, 5. III a. as ordinal :-- Hundraðes ðæs nióða salmes centesimi noni psalmi, Mt. p. 19, 9. Twá hundredum and seofen and sixtigum fíftýne geáres getel olimpiade ducentesima sexagesima septima, An. Ox. 3036. IV. character uncertain :-- In feng ðæ-acute;ra fiscana hundrað fifltih ðriú in captura piscium centum quinquaginta trium, Jn. p. 8, 9. v. hund, hund-teóntig.

hundred a territorial division. Add :-- Nis æ-acute;ni man on lífe þe æ-acute;fre gehýrde þ-bar; man crafode hine on hundræde oþþon áhwár on gemóte, Ll. Th. i. 184, 11.

hundredes ealdor. Add: -- Hundredes ealdor centurio, Wrt. Voc. i. 18, 12. Hé [Cornelius 'centurio cohortis quae dicitur Italica', Acts 10, 1) is hundredes ealdor, Hml. S. 10, 119. Andswarode se hundredes ealdor, Mt. 8, 8. pæs hundredes ealdor, 27, 54. v. hundred-mann.

hundred-mann. Add :-- þá se hundredman geseah uidens centurio, Lk. 23, 47. Wæs sumes hundredmannes þeówa untrum, 7, 2.

hundred-seten, e; f. The ordinance of the hundred; the fine for not attending the hundred-court (?) :-- In multis locis debent habere constitutionem hundredi, quod Angli dicunt kundrtsdsetene, Ll. Lbmn. 615, 15. Omnes forisfacturas . . . id est hundredsetene, áthac et ordélas, C. D. ii. 252, 12. Cf. next word.

hundred-sócn, e; f. Attendance at the hundred-gemot; fine for non-attendance :-- Omnes forisfacturas terrarum suarum, id est, burgbrice, hundredsócna, áthas, ordélas, . . . hámsócna et frithbrice et foresteall, Cht. Th. 187, 23. Cf. Of Hylle . . . hámsócne and forsteall, griðbrice . . . áþ and ordél, and iii gemót on geáre, 433, 26-32.

hund-seofontig. Add: I. as abstract numeral :-- Týn síðon seofon beóð hundseofontig, Angl. viii. 303, 5. II. as substantive (sing, or pl.). (1) with gen :-- þær on ríme forborn fíf and hundseofontig hæ-acute;ðnes herges, Jul. 588. pæt synd eall tógedere twá and hundseofontig geára (MS. geáre). Hml. S. 6, 361. His ymbgong is hundseofontig míla, Ors. 2, 4; S. 74, 16. Sió wæs getimbred Lxxiitigum wintra æ-acute;r Rómeburg, 4, 4; S. 164, 10. Hundsiofontig wintra, Past. 317, 1. Wintra hundseofontig, Gen. 1158. Hé hiora spræ-acute;ce tódæ-acute;lde on twá and hundseofontig geþeóda. Bt. 35, 4; F. 162, 26. Cynno hundseofontig seofon, Lk. p. 4, 9. (2) as pl. (the) seventy :-- Ðá gecyrdon þá twá and hundseofontig (-sifuntig, R.), Lk. 10, 17. Æfter þæ-acute;ra hundseofon&dash-uncertain;tigra gefadunge according to the Septuagint, Angl. viii. 336, 9 (cf. III). Tuæ-acute;m and unseofontigum eftcerrendum. Lk. p. 6, 15. Se Hæ-acute;lend gemearcude óðre twá and hundseofontig (-sifontig. R.), Lk.

10, 1. III. as adj. :-- Æfter þæ-acute;ra hundseofontigra wealhstoda geset&dash-uncertain;nyssa, Angl: viii. 336, 4. Hundseofontigon síþon septuagies, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 286, 4. Hundseofontigum síþon seofon síþon, An. Ox. 61, 22, On þám hundseofontigum geárum (geára, Ps. Vos. Srt.) in ipsis septuaginta annis, Ps. Rdr. L. 89, 10. Oðrum tuæ-acute;m and unseofontigum ðeádum, Lk. p. 6, 14. Æfter unseofuntigum trahteras, Mt. p. 2, 11. Fram unsefuntig aldrum, 3. Hundseofuntig seofo síða, 18, 7. IV. where a governed or qualified noun is not expressed :-- Heora spræ-acute;c is tódæ-acute;led on twá and hundseofontig, Bt. 18, 2; F. 62, 33.

hundseofontig-geáre; adj. Seventy years old :-- Cainan lyfode hundseofontiggeáre vixit Cainan septuaginta annis, Gen. 5, 12.

hundseofontigoþa seventieth :-- Se hundseofontigoða septuagesimus, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 283, 12.

hundseofontigseofon-feald; adj. Seventy-and-sevenfold :-- Seofon-feald wracu bið gesealde for Cain and hundseofontigseofonfeald (septuagies septies) for Lamech, Gen. 4, 24.

hund-teóntig. Add; [The word as substantive may be treated as singular, v. Nar. 36, 12; or as plural, v. Lev. 26, 8. Cf. the singular construction with much larger numbers in Bl. H. 79, 25, and Past. 409, 9 : the plural in Ll. Lbmn. 415, 21.] I. used as substantive. (1) governing a genitive, (a) alone :-- Hundteóntig æ-acute;la, Ll. Th. i. 146, 20. Ealles þæs folces wæs . . . þrittigum sýþum hundteóntig þúsenda, Bl. H. 79, 25. Fíf eówer filiað hira hundteóntig, and hundteóntig eówer fleóð hira týn þúsendu, Lev. 26, 8. Mid hund-teóntegum sci&l-bar;&l-bar;. gebéte, Ll. Th. i. 70, 21. Hundteóntig sci&l-bar;&l-bar;. geselle hé, 72, 14. Hí genáman þæs folces. . . hundteóntig þúsenda . . . and ehtatýne sýþum hundteóntig þúsenda hí tósendon, Bl. H. 79, 20-23. Gif hæbbe hwá hundteóntig scípa, Mt. R. 18, 12. Hunteántig punda libras centum, Jn. L. R. 19, 39. Hunteántig síða monigfald centuplum, Lk. L. 8, 8. (b) in combination (by addition) with lesser numbers :-- þá beóð on lenge hundteóntiges fðtmæ-acute;la and fiftiges lange, Nar. 36, 12. Mid .L. sci&l-bar;&l-bar;. and hundteóntegum gebéte hé, Ll. Th. i. 70, 19. Wintra hé hæfde twá and hundteóntig, Gen. 1227: 1131. Hundteóntig daga on án and hundeahtatig daga, Hml. A. 92, II. þurh ðá hunteóntig and feówer and feówertig þúsenda þrowera, Ll. Lbmn. 415, 21. (c) with a number as multiplier :-- Wintra hæfde twá hundteóntig geteled ríme and fífe eác (cf. Thare leofode twá hund geára and fíf geár, Gen. ii. 32), Gen. 1741. (2) without a genitive. Cf. hundred; II. 2 a :-- Mid hundteóntigum ic hit him forgylde, Wlfst. 258, 18. Sume saldun wæstem, sume hundteóntig (centesimum), sume sextig Mt. R. 13, 8 : (centum), 23. III. as adjective, (1) alone :--