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578 HWÆÞERE -- HWAMM

on þýnum anwealda hwæðer hí leng þár binnan beón mótan, Chr. 995; P. 130, 11. His scrift hit gecýðe þám biscope, hweðer hé tó þæ-acute;re bóte cirran wolde, Ll. Th. i. 212, 24. v. á-, ná-hwæþer.

hwæþere. Add; I. in a principal clause with which is connected a dependent clause introduced (1) by þeáh. (a) þeáh ... hwaeþere :-- Þeáh hé hié mannum missenlíce dæ-acute;le, hwæþere hé bebeád þ-bar; wé ... gedæ-acute;lan ... þone teóþan dæ-acute;l, Bl. H. 39, 18. Þeáh hé latode ..., hwæþre hé ... þegnunga gefylde, 167, 8: Ph. 640. Þáh ... huoeðre etsi ... tamen, Lk. L. 18, 5. (a α) þeáh þe ... hwæþere :-- Þeáh þe þ-bar; hús ufan open sý, ... hweþre hit biþ ... wið æ-acute;ghwylc ungewidro gescylded, Bl. H. 125, 31: Dan. 234. (b) hwæþere ... þeáh :-- Hwæþre hé getrymede heora geleáfan mid þon heofonlicon weorce, þeáh hié word þæs heofonlican gerýnes ne ongeáton, Bl. H. 17, 7. (b α) hwæþere ... Þeáh þe :-- Hwæðre þæt gegongeð, þeáh þe hit sý greóte beþeaht, Dóm. 98. Nó hwæþre ... þeáh þe ..., Gen. 952. (2) by gif :-- Gif (etsi ne selles for ðon friónd his bið, fore giornise huoeðre (tamen) his seleð him, Lk. L. 11, 8. Gif se hund losige, gá þeós bót hwæðere forð, Ll. Th. i. 78, 6. (3) by a particle expressing time :-- Syþþan hié ðæt feoh onféngon, ne mihtan hié hweðre forswígian, Bl. H. 177, 31. Ðá hé þá gesihþe geseah, þá ne wæs hé hweðre nóht feor on oferhygd áhafen, 215, 32. II. in a co-ordinate clause. (1) introducing the clause :-- Wandode se wísa; hwæðre hé cwæð, Ðan. 550: An. 504: Kr. 38: 101: Ps. 68, 3. ¶ with another particle :-- God swá forlæ-acute;teþ sweltan his corenan, þá þonne hwæþre (tamen) hé ne læ-acute;teþ ná beón forholene æfter deáþe, Gr. D. 294, 5. (2) within a clause, (a) however, yet :-- Manigfeald wundor ðæ-acute;r beóð æteówed, ealles oftost hweðre on ðæ-acute;m dæge, Bl. H. 209, 16. Ðegnas his geuundradon ... næ-acute;nig monn hueðre (tamen) cueð ..., Jn. L. R. 4, 27. Gesæh gegesettedo ðá hræglo, nó huoeðre inn eóde, 20, 5: Crä. 32: Met. 28, 170. (b) however, but :-- Alle swæ-acute; huelce cuoeðas, dóas; æfter werc hueðre (uero) hiora nallas gé gedóa, Mt. L. 23, 3. Nú hueðre (uero) cuoeð, Jn. L. 9, 41. Ðis gedd cuæð se Hæ-acute;lend, ðá ilco huoeðre (autem) ne ongetton, 10, 6: 13, 7: 15, 24: 17, 25. Hé wæs on Pannania on woruld cumen; wæs hé hweðre in Italia áféded, Bl. H. 211, 17: 19. III. in a clause referring to a previous sentence or group of clauses. (1) introducing the clause, yet :-- Geþencean wé þ-bar; Drihten his englas gesceóp ...; ealle stówa hé gefylleþ ... and æ-acute;ghwár hé biþ andweard; hwæþere hé hine geeáþmédde, Bl. H. 23, 21: B. 574: 970: 2298: An. 51. ¶ with another particle :-- Þonne hwæþre (tamen) ús is genóh cúð, Gr. D. 320, 26. (2) within a clause, (a) however :-- Se bisceop þá þæ-acute;r gesette góde sangeras ...: næs hweðre næ-acute;nig man þe nihtes tídum dorste on þæ-acute;re ciricean cuman, Bl. H. 207, 34: Dan. 168: (tamen) Jn. L. R. 7, 13. Ongeat hwæþre..., Gen. 1863: Men. 68: Ph. 443: Met. 20, 74. (b) however, but :-- Inhlógan hine. Hé huedre (uero) ... genóm ðone fæder ..., Mk. L. R. 5, 40. Ne ðus is huoeðre (autem) in iúih, 10, 43: Jn. L. 20, 17. Huæðre, 6, 6. Dæ-acute;le hé hwæðre ..., Ll. Th. i. 86, 6. IV. in a clause connected with a preceding one by another conjunction. (1) and :-- Hé ús læ-acute;rde hú wé ús gebiddan sceoldan, and hwæþere cwæþ, 'Eówer Fæder wát hwæs eów þearf biþ, æ-acute;r gé hine biddan,' Bl. H. 19, 36: 23, 28: 75, 24, 28: 103, 19. Ll. Th. i. 100, 6: Sal. 438: Cri. 1378: El. 719. Þæt wundra sum monnum þúhte ..., and þæt hwæþre gelomp, Gú. 491. (1 a) and þá (þonne) hwæþere :-- Ðá ne dorstan hí nó him geneálæ-acute;can, and þá hwæþre férde hé mid him, Shrn. 76, 29. Cwyst þú þ-bar; þé næ-acute;re cúð þ-bar; ic ne cúðe Grécisc geþeóde? and þonne hwæþre (et tamen) sprec nú on Grécisc, Gr. D. 300, 16. (2) eác :-- Eorðe ælgréno, eác hwæþre ceald, Met. 20, 78. (3) ac :-- Genóh wel wát God hú hit getímað on þæ-acute;re fandunge; ac hwæðere se man næfð ná mycele geðincðe búton hé áfandad sý, Hml. Th. i. 268, 17. Þá hæ-acute;þenan men tó lócodan, ah hié hweþre wæ-acute;ron tó ðæs swíðe gefyrhte þæt heora næ-acute;nig him wiþstandan ne dorste, Bl. H. 221, 34. Ah miltsa þú hweþre ús, 225, 20. Ac hé him tó frófre lét hwæðere forð wesan ..., Gen. 955. v. ge-, sóþ-hwæþere.

hwæt-hwára; adv. A little, somewhat, slightly :-- Þá þeáhhwæðre gebyrede him þæt hié hwæthwára gebugan tó fleónne cum Persarum acies paulatim cederet, Ors. 1, 12; S. 54, 1. Þæt þá munecas hwæthwára furþor restan þonne healfe niht ut modice amplius de media nocte pausentur, R. Ben. 32, 13. Gelencged hwæthwára, 37, 8. Syricas hwæthwára (-hwega, v. l. modice) beteran, 91, 11. Þeáh hwet teartlices hwæthwára stíðlíce (hwæthwega stíðlices, v. l.) geset sý, 5, 11. Cf. æt-hwára.

hwæt-hwega. Add: I. as substantive. (1) alone :-- Þeáh hit wéne þ-bar; hit sylf hwæthwega (-hwuga, v. l.) sí si se esse aliquid existimat, Gr. D. 8, 22. Hwæthwugu bið betweoh ðæ-acute;m irsiendan and ðæ-acute;m ungeðyldgan, ðæt is ðæt ... in hoc ab impatientibus iracundi differunt, quod ..., Past. 293, 15. Ðonne him hwæthwugu wiðstint, 455, 16. Huoeðer huoðhuoegu (aliquid) woere wona?, Lk. L. 22, 35. Him biþ hwæshweg (-hwugu, v. l.) wana, Bt. 34, 1; F. 134, 12. Suæ-acute; hé hwæshwegu hercnade, Shrn. 72, 24. Nán gesceaft swá clæ-acute;ne ne forwyrð, þæt hé tó hwanhwugu ne weorðe, Solil. H. 63, 1. Hió wirpð on dæt geðóht hwæthwugu tó begietenne adipiscenda quaeque cogitationi objicit, Past. 70, 22. Hwæthugu aliquid, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 66, 1. Hwæthweg (-hwugu, v. l.), 5, 2; Sch. 559, 16. Huothuoegu, Jn. L. 13, 29. Hwothwoego (hwæthwugu, R, æ-acute;nig þing, W. S.), Mt. L. 5, 23: (ówiht, R., æ-acute;nig þing, W. S.), 24, 17. Huothuoego þ sum ðing, 21, 3: Lk. L. 7, 40. Huothuogu (hwæthwoegu) quid, Jn. L. 4, 33. Hwæthwogu aliquid, Jn. R. 13, 29. Huodhuoge quid, Mk. L. 15, 24. (2) with genitive (a) following :-- Ábiersð hwæthwugu (aliquid) út ðæs ðe hé sugian sceolde, Past. 165, 15. Hé wilnað hwæshweg (-hwugu, v. l.) þæs þe hé þonne næft, Bt. 11, 1; F. 34, 1. Hwæshwugu (hwæthweg, v. l.) þisses woruldwelan wilnian aliquid pascere, 26, 2; F. 94, 3. Þú scealt habban hwæthweg (-hwugu, v. l.) wiþerweardes per aspera quaeque distractus, 32, 1; F. 114, 19. Hwæthwugu swilces tale aliquid, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 354, 11. Hwæthwugu stiórwierðes, Past. 194, 3: 147, 1: 171, 25. Hwæthwugu þæs þe ic beþorfte, Solil. H. 1, 7. (b) preceding :-- þ-bar;te ne yfles ðé huodhuoegu blimpe ne deterius te aliquid contingat, Jn. L. 5, 14. Gif mon medmycles hwæthwega (exigui quid) deóflum onsægð, Ll. Th. ii. 156, 15. Swá þ-bar; hé hire hwæthwegu nabbe on his Móde, Bt. 35, 1; F. 154, 31. (c) both preceding and following :-- Lytles hwæthwegu underfón þæs þe ic hider bróhte, Hml. S. 23 b, 712. (3) with an adjective, (a) following, something (good) :-- Tó þon þ-bar; hé him forgeáfe hwæthwega (-hugu, v. l.) getæ-acute;se (sume getæ-acute;se hýððe, v. l.) his gewinnes ei laboris sui commodum dedit, Gr. D. 39, 27. Manige men beforan óþrum mannum hwæthugu gód begangaþ, Bl. H. 57, 2. (a α) with an adjective clause :-- Habbað gié her huoethuoego þ-bar;te étlic sé? habetis hie aliquid quod manducetur?, Lk. L. 24, 41. (b) preceding :-- þ-bar;te ne wyrse ðé huodhuoegu blimpe ne deterius tibi aliquid contigat, Jn. L. 5, 14. Lyttel hothuoego modicum quid, Jn. L. 6, 7. II. as adjective :-- Seó cyrice hwæthwugu fæc (sum fæc, v. l.) sibbe hæfde ecclesia aliquantulam ... pacem habuerit, Bd. 1, 8; Sch. 28, 3. On hwæthwuga fata (g. pl.? or acc. pl.?) (hwylchwugu fatu, v. l. in uasa quaelibet) gehíwod, 3, 22; Sch. 291, 6. In the two following passages hwæthwegu seems adjective, but perhaps should be considered as adverb and the passages put under III. v. Gr. D. 88, 23 under III. 1 :-- Hit nis éce gifu ..., ac is hwæthwegu (hwilc-, v. l.) eldung, Bt. 38, 3; F. 202, 17. Hæfde ic þágét hwæthwega (hwilc-, v. l.) gemynd on mínum móde þæ-acute;re unrótnesse ego nondum penitus moeroris oblitus, 36, 1; F. 170, 26. III. as adverb. (1) somewhat :-- Wæs seó súðduru hwæthwega háde máre, Bl. H. 201, 15. Se Wísdóm ... mín geþóht hwæthwegu (-hwugu, v. l.) úp áræ-acute;rde, Bt. 3, 1; F. 4, 26. Mín lár hwæthwugu ingæ-acute;ð on þín ondgit, 13; F. 36, 33. Him hwæthwugu sió sóðfæsðnes on geeácnod bið jam aliquid de veritatis intellectu conceperant, Past. 367, 17. Hé gedyde hwylcehugu (hwæthwega) yldinge paululum moram fecit, Gr. D. 88, 23. (2) almost. v. hú-hwega :-- Forneáh &l-bar; hwæthwega hí fordydon mé paulo minus consummauerunt me, Ps. L. 118, 87.

hwæt-hweganinga (-unga); adv. Somewhat, a little :-- Gif þú hí hwæthweganinga wiþ fýr ne gemengdest, Bt. 33, 4; F. 130, 10. See next word.

hwæt-hweganunges. Add :-- Mé ðincþ þ-bar; þú sadige hwæthwegnunges (-hwugununges, v. l.), Bt. 39, 4; F. 218, 5. See preceding word.

hwæt-hwoegno. l. -hwegno(-u) and add: I. alone, v. hwæt-hwega, I. :-- Hwæthwoegnu wére wona iów? numquid aliquid defuit uobis?, Lk. 22, 35. II. with an adjective, v. hwæt-hwega; II. 3 :-- Mæge hwætwoegnu gód (aliquid boni) wosa?, Jn. R. 1, 46. Ðætte ne wyrsa ðé hwæthwoegnu bilimpe, 5, 14. þ-bar; án gihwelc lytel hwæthwoegno onfóe, 6, 7. II a. with an adjective clause, v. hwæt-hwega; II. 3 a α :-- Habbað gé hér hwæthwoegno þ-bar;te ettlic sié?, Lk. R. 24, 41.

hwætlíce. Add: I. of quick movement :-- Þá arn se cniht and eóde hwætlice on þá mæ-acute;dwe (pratum velociter ingressit), Gr. D. 36, 11. II. of prompt action. (1) of persons, with activity of body or mind :-- Hors[c]líce, hwætlíce naviter (cf.? triumphum ... viribus naviter (v. Wrt. Voc. ii. 74, 58) nanciscuntur, Ald. 2, 17), Wrt. Voc. ii. 59, 47. Swá hwylc swá hwætlíce tó þeógincge efstað, bútan tweón hrædlíce hí beóð geendude quicumque ad profectum tendunt, sine dubio celeriter finiantur, Scint. 101, 16. Nú wé hwætlíce þis habbað gegaderod, þæt is on Lýden actiuum opus, Angl. viii. 330, 35. (2) of the operation of things, e.g. diseases :-- Hwæt[líce] perniciter (quos lethale virus perniciter prostraverat), An. Ox. 1874. III. quickly, in a short time :-- Swá swá wyrta felda hwætlíce (cito) hí feallaþ, Ps. L. 36, 2. Þæt tó þám hwætlícor hé mæge becuman quatinus ad eam quantocius valeat peruenire, Scint 29, 3.

hwæt-ness. Add :-- Hé ys gecweden for þæ-acute;ra tungla hwætnysse momentum, þ-bar; ys styrung, and on Lýden, a motu siderum, Angl. viii. 318, 6. v. ge-hwætness.

hwæt-scipe. Add :-- Gé eówerra gewinna and eówres hwætscipes hwetstán forluran cotem splendoris et acuminis sui perdiderunt, Ors. 4, 3; S. 212, 23.

hwall. v. hweall: hwalwa. Dele: -hwám. v. dæg-hwám: -hwámlic. v. dæg-hwámlic, ge-hwæ-acute;mlic: -hwámlíce. v. dæg-, geár-hwámlíce; ge-hwæ-acute;mlíce.

hwamm. Add :-- Ic mé ána gestód on sumum hwomme þæs cafertúnes, Hml. S. 23 b, 422. Hwommas angulos, Germ. 403, 14: porticus, 396, 175.