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586 HYLFE -- HYRNED

on e-long;cnysse mid þ&a-long;m heáhfæderum for heora hylde wi&d-bar; God, Hml. S. 25, 740. Ic þ&e-long; m&i-long;n geh&a-long;t, . . . hyldo gylde vota tua guae reddam, Ps. Th. 55, 10. For eówrum hyldum þ&e-long; g&e-long; m&e-long; symble c&y-long;ddon, Ll. Th. i. 276, 19. Ic wæs &d-bar;&i-long;num fæder 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, C. D. iv. 301, l. (2 a) on hyldum (with gen.) as the vassal or officer of a person:-- H&e-long; f&o-long;r on þæs cynges heldan (in loco regis, Florence of Worcester, Chr. P. ii. 282) uppon heora br&o-long;&d-bar;er, Chr. 1095; P. 230, 18. His mæg Eádg&a-long;r h&e-long; þæ-long;r on þæs cynges Willelmes heldan t&o-long; cynge gesette, 1097; P. 234, 15. (2 b) devotion to the service of a lord :-- Hire hyrdeman &d-bar;urh holdræ-long;d-ene sume &a-long;c &a-long;st&a-long;h, and his orf læ-long;swode . . . and h&e-long; hearde feóll, gew&a-long;t of worulde t&o-long; Gode for &d-bar;æ-long;re hylde his hirdræ-long;dene, Hml. Th. ii. 150, 33. III. in adjuration, or affirmation, swearing, where the possession of the lord's favour is connected with a course of action :-- Sw&a-long; ic &a-long;ge Pharaones helde, ne fara&d-bar; g&e-long; heonon per salutem Pharaonis non egrediemini hinc. Gen. 42, 15. ' Ic h&a-long;lsige eów for þæs C&a-long;seres helda þ-bar; g&e-long; m&e-long; secgon hwæ&d-bar;er h&e-long; of forligere sig &a-long;cenned. ' Hig cwæ-long;don: ' Hyt nys n&a-long; on &u-long;re æ-long; &a-long;l&y-long;fed t&o-long; swerigenne, and sw&a-long; &d-bar;&e-long;h sw&a-long; w&e-long; þæs C&a-long;seres helda habban m&o-long;ton and sw&a-long; w&e-long; deáþes scyldige ne wurþon, þ-bar; nys h&e-long; n&a-long; of forligere &a-long;cenned, ' Nic. 4, 6-11. Gec&y-long;þe seó gewitnysse þ-bar; on Godes helde and on hl&a-long;fordes (the Latin versions have in fide (fidelitate) Dei et domini sui; per sacramentum), þ-bar; heó him on s&o-long;&d-bar;re gewitnysse s&y-long; (for the forms of oaths see pp. 178 sqq.), Ll. Th. i. 388, 23. Geh&y-long;rde h&e-long; h&u-long; þ&a-long; menn him betw&y-long;nan spræ-long;con and oft and gel&o-long;me Cr&i-long;stes helda sw&o-long;ron (swore by Christ ?), Hml. S. 23, 529. [v. N. E. D. held.] v. rihthl&a-long;ford-hyldu.

hylfe. v. hilfe : -hylian. [Goth. huljan : O. Sax. be-hullean : O. H. Ger. hullen : Icel. hylja.] v. be-hylian.

hyll. Add :-- Hyl o&d-bar;&d-bar;e beorh collis, Wrt. Voc. i. 80, 43. On &d-bar;&a-long; r&u-long;gan hylle, C. D. iii. 454, 1. Dena &l-bar; hylla colles. Ps. L. 113, 4. [The word occurs as the second element of many local names, v. Midd. Flur.] v. æ-long;mett-, ciric-, eág-hyll.

hyl-lic (?); adj. Hilly :-- Þis syndon þ&a-long; t&u-long;nas . . . &o-long;þer is hillic l&e-long;g . . . feórþe healf burhl&e-long;g, f&i-long;fte gislic l&e-long;h, C. D. B. iii. 577, 17.

-hylman. v. for-hylman: ,-hylmend. v. ofer-hylmend : hylp. v. help : hylte, es; m. Substitute: -hylte, es; n. v. heáh-. sc&o-long;m-hylte.

hylu, e; f. A hollow :-- Of &d-bar;æ-long;re wylle on þ&a-long; hyle; &d-bar;onne be &d-bar;æ-long;re hyle, C. D. iii. 407, 12.

hymblícae. v. hyml&i-long;ce: Hymbre. Add; v. S&u-long;þan-hymbre.

hymele. Add: The word translates several foreign plant-names :-- Hymele volvula (cf. wudu-winde), Wrt. Voc. i. 289, 63. Hymele. Ðeós wyrt &d-bar;e man politricum and &o-long;&d-bar;rum naman hymele nemne&d-bar; byþ cenned on ealdum h&u-long;sstedum, and eác on fuhtum st&o-long;wun, Lch. i. 154, 23-26. Hymele. Genim þ&a-long;s wyrte &d-bar;e man bryonia and &o-long;þrum naman hymele nemne&d-bar;, Lch. i. 172, 1-3. Hegeclife and hymelan, gearwan and geáces s&u-long;ran, iii. 12, 30. ¶ in local names :-- Hymelbr&o-long;c, C. D. iii. 443, 22 : Hymel-m&o-long;r, 206, 32 (Ymel-, 26.): Hymel-t&u-long;n, 259, 29. v. hege-hymele; humele, eówo-humele.

hymen, v. ymen : hymener. v. ymener.

hyml&i-long;ce (-lice ?), an ; f. : hyml&i-long;c (-lic ?), es; m. Hemlock. Take here heml&i-long;c in Dict., and add :-- Hymbl&i-long;cae, huymbl&i-long;cae, hyml&i-long;ce cicuta, Txts. 46, 185. Hyml&i-long;c, Wrt. Voc. ii. 14, 32. Hymel&i-long;c, i. 67, 30: septiphilos, 66, 64. Hyml&i-long;c leptefilos, ii. 54, 20. Slæ-long;pdrænc; rædic, hyml&i-long;c . . . , Lch. iii. 22, 27. Wyrc sealfe of netlan and of heml&i-long;ce, ii. 128, 7. Well heml&i-long;c, 78, 6. ¶ in a local name :-- On heml&e-long;cl&e-long;ge, C. D. iii. 437, 3.

h&y-long;n. v. heán: h&y-long;nan. v. h&i-long;nan.

hynden. Add :-- On þ&a-long;ra hyndenna gehwelcere, Ll. Th. i. 136, 14.

hynden-lic. v. h&e-long;dend-lic.

hyngrian. Add: I. with nom. of person :-- Gif ic hyngre (hyngriu, Ps. Srt.) si esuriero, Ps. Vos. 49, 12. Ð&a-long; &d-bar;e hyncgra&d-bar; qui esuriunt, Mt. L. 5, 6. Hyngcerde esuriit, 21, 18. Hiá hyncerdon esurientes, 12, 1. Hyngran (hingran, v. l.), h&a-long;tian, calan, Bd. I. 27 ; Sch. 82, 24. Hyn-grende (hyncgerende, L.) esurientem, Mt. R. 25, 44. S&a-long;wle &d-bar; &a-long; hyn-grendan, Ps. Vos. 106, 9. Bi&d-bar;on gié hyngrendo. Lk. L. 6, 35. ' Brec &d-bar;æ-long;m hyngriendum &d-bar;&i-long;nne hl&a-long;f, Past. 315, 13. Ð&a-long; hyngerendo (hy[n]-crende, R.) gefylde, Lk. L. l, 53. H&e-long; gesamnode hungrigendan, Ps. L. 106, 36. II. with dat. or acc. of person. (l) acc. or uncertain :-- Ðæt ungeornfulle m&o-long;d hyngre&d-bar; (cf. 329, 2 for case), Past. 283, 12. Þonne &u-long;sic hyngre&d-bar; (-a&d-bar;, v. l.). . . &u-long;sic hingrian (hyngran, v. l.) mihte, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 84, 5-8. Gif m&e-long; hingre&d-bar; si esuriero, Ps. Th. 49, 13 : Bl. H. 39, 30. S&e-long; &d-bar;e cymes t&o-long; m&e-long; ne hyncgre&d-bar; (hyncre, R., hingra&d-bar;, W. S.) hine gui uenit ad me non esuriet, Jn. L. 6, 35. Þ&a-long; þe hi&e-long; hyngri&d-bar; qui esuriunt, Mt. R. 5, 6. Leornernas his hyngrede (hingrede, W. S.), 12, l. M&e-long; hyngrede, Past. 329, 2. Þ&a-long; welegan eódon biddende, and h&i-long; hingrode (esurierunt), Ps. Th. 33, 10. Hwæþer þ&a-long; welgan næ-long;fre ne hingre (hingrige, v. l.), Bt. 26, 2 ; F. 92, 34. Þ&a-long; þe hié on eorþan l&e-long;ton hingrian for his naman, Bl. H. 159, 17. (2) with dat. :-- Gif &d-bar;&i-long;num f&y-long;nd hingrige, f&e-long;d hine, Hml. S. 21, 375. v. of-hyngred.

h&y-long;n-ness. v. h&i-long;n-ness: hynni-læc. v. ynne-leác: h&y-long;nþ. v. h&i-long;nþ (n, -o).

hype. Add; -- Þeón vel hype femur, Wrt. Voc. ii. 148, 18. 'Hæbbe eówer æ-long;lc his sweord be his &d-bar;ió (super femur suum)'. . . Is &d-bar;earf &d-bar;æt h&e-long; hæbbe his sweord be his hype (super femur suum), Past. 433, 15. Ðæt mon his sweord doo ofer his hype, 383, 4. Þurh þ-bar; swyrd þe him on hype hangode &d-bar;&a-long; h&e-long; &a-long;dranc, Cht. Th. 208, 22. Þonne þ&u-long; gyrder habban wylle, þonne sete þ&u-long; þ&i-long;ne handa forewearde wi&d-bar;neoþan þ&i-long;nne nafolan and str&i-long;c t&o-long; þ&i-long;num tw&a-long;m hypum, Tech. ii. 119, 22.

h&y-long;pe heap. v. h&i-long;pe.

hype-b&a-long;n. Add; :-- Lendenu vel hypeb&a-long;n renes vel lumbi, hypeb&a-long;n catacrina, Wrt. Voc. i. 44, 36, 37. Hypb&a-long;n catacrinas, ii. 129, 39.

hypeb&a-long;n-ece, es; m. Sciatica :-- Wiþ hypeb&a-long;nece, Lch. i. 170, 8. Cf. hype-wærc. þeóh-ece.

h&y-long;pel. v. h&i-long;pel: hype-werc. l. -wærc, and add; cf. þeóh-wærc: hyppede (?) figit, An. Ox. 46, ll: hypsan. v. hyspan.

h&y-long;r. Add: I. payment contracted to be made for the temporary use of anything :-- Sume men sylla&d-bar; eác cyrcan t&o-long; h&y-long;re sw&a-long; sw&a-long; w&a-long;clice mylna . . . ac hit ne gedafena&d-bar; þ-bar; man d&o-long; Godes h&u-long;s &a-long;nre mylne gel&i-long;c for ly&d-bar;rum tolle, Hml. S. 19, 248. Ia. where the thing is money, interest, usury :-- H&y-long;re f&e-hook;noris, usur&e-hook;, Germ. 389, 45. II. payment contracted to be made for personal services, wages :-- Gif m&e-long; n&u-long; mettas and w&i-long;n, and ic hit þ&e-long; gilde eft of m&i-long;re h&y-long;re I will pay ii you back out of my wages (cf. h&e-long; bæd þ-bar; h&e-long; m&o-long;ste healdan heora æceras and him m&o-long;de earnian, 216), Hml. S. 30, 261. H&i-long; ealle wæ-long;ron on &d-bar;æ-long;re h&y-long;re gel&i-long;ce, Hml. A. 44, 509.

h&y-long;ra. In l. 5 for 38 l. 88, and add; I. one who hires, a tenant :-- H&y-long;ra conductor, Vülck. GL. 213, 10. II. one who takes wages :-- H&y-long;rena þeáwe g&e-long; fleó&d-bar;. Su&a-long; se h&y-long;rra &d-bar;onne h&e-long; &d-bar;one wulf gesieh&d-bar; mercenariorum vice deserviunt, quia veniente lupo fugiunt, Past. 89, 15. H&y-long;ra mercennarius, Wülck. Gl. 213, 10.

h&y-long;ra a subject, h&y-long;ran to hear. v. h&i-long;ra, h&i-long;ran, h&y-long;ran to exolt. v. h&i-long;ran.

hyrd, parchment (?), a parchment covered with writing (f) (cf. (?) herdo vellus. Stalder führt die Herde, Härde als ein in berner Ober-lande gebräuchliches Wort für Schaaf- oder Ziegenfell, Grff. iv. 1030) :-- Ic þæt gewrit þisse andweardan hyrde gesette textum praesentis cartulae digessi, Guth. Gr. 103, 53.

hyrdan, v. hirdan.

hyrdel. Add; :-- Hyrdel cleata, Wrt. Voc. i. 82, 16. Hyrthir (-il?) cratis, An. Ox. 53, 37. Hyrdle plecta, 3888. Hyrdla, f&y-long;rþollena catastarum, 4485. ¶ of the bone-frame of an animal :-- Ostige ribba hyrdlas squamigeras costarum crates, An. Ox. 2466. v. loc-hyrdel.

h&y-long;rd-lic. v. h&i-long;red-lic: hyrdung. v. hirdung : -h&y-long;re. v. ofer-h&i-long;re: h&y-long;red-ness. Dele.

h&y-long;re-gilda. Substitute: One who pays-hire or wages :-- H&y-long;re-gildan mercedarii (mercedarius qui mercedem dat pro labore sibi inpenso, Corp. Cd. H. 78, 181), Wrt. Voc. i. 18, 46.

hyrel. Add :-- Hit cym&d-bar; t&o-long; hyrel, to &d-bar;&a-long;m clife; and sw&a-long; andlang clifes t&o-long; asdene; &d-bar;onne gæ-long;&d-bar; hit nor&d-bar; ofer hyrel, C. D. iii. 435, 14-15. The word set ms the name of a stream ?

h&y-long;re-mann. v. h&i-long;re-mann: -hyreness. v. on-hyreness: h&y-long;r-geoht. See gecht in Dict.

hyrian to imitate. Add :-- Ð&a-long; cild . . . hyria&d-bar; ealdum monnum, Bt. 36, 5 ; F. 180, 10 note. v. of-hyrian.

hýrian. Add: v. be-h&y-long;ran : -hyriend. v. on-hyriend: h&y-long;rig-mann. v. h&y-long;r-mann.

hyring, e; f. Imitation, emulation :-- Ðurh þis beó&d-bar; &a-long;wecte . . . herincga hinc suscitantur . . . emulationes, R. Ben. 128, 14. v. on-hyring.

h&y-long;ring hiring, v. be-h&y-long;ring.

h&y-long;r-mann. Add :-- A hireling, mercenary :-- I&o-long;b cwæ&d-bar; : ' Mannes l&i-long;f is campd&o-long;m ofer eor&d-bar;an, and sw&a-long; sw&a-long; m&e-long;dgildan dagas sw&a-long; sind his dagas (sicut dies mercenarii, dies ejus. Job 7, 1)'. . . Se h&y-long;rman his edleánes anbida&d-bar;, Hml. Th. ii. 454, 31. 'Æ-long;nne man ic ofsl&o-long;h of þ&i-long;nre h&i-long;wræ-long;dene' . . . Wæs &a-long;n h&y-long;rman t&o-long; wuda &a-long;faren; s&e-long; læg gewundod, Hml. S. 31, 783. Symle sceal g&o-long;d sc&y-long;rman his h&y-long;rmen scyrpan mid manunge, and him eác leánian be &d-bar;&a-long;m &d-bar;e h&y-long; earnian, Angl. ix. 260, 22. [v. N. E. D. hireman.]

hyrne. in l. 6 for nor&d-bar; hyrnan l. nor&d-bar;hyrnan, and add :-- Andlang þæ-long;re d&i-long;c ; of þæ-long;re d&i-long;ce hyrnan, C. D. B. ii. 434, 37. Anlang weges on &d-bar;æ-long;re d&i-long;ce hyrnan, C. D. iii. 411, 13. Hirnan, ii. 205, 16. T&o-long; herpa&d-bar;e; &d-bar;onan t&o-long; dæ-long;re d&i-long;can hyrnan; &d-bar;onan andlang d&i-long;c, v. 78, 30: vi. 170, 34. Of &d-bar;&a-long;m wealle sw&a-long; nor&d-bar; &d-bar;æt d&u-long; cyme t&o-long; &d-bar;æs wealles hyrnan ; of &d-bar;æ-long;re hyrnan &a-long; be wealle, iii. 424, 27. T&o-long; garst&u-long;næs hyrnan, v. 74, 6. Be eástwardan m&o-long;re o&d-bar; &d-bar;&a-long; hyrnan, C. D. B. i. 296, 29. ¶ in a local name :-- O&d-bar; Doddinghyrnan, C. D. i. l, 16. [In the following perhaps þyrnan should be read for hyrnan :-- On &d-bar;&a-long; br&e-long;mbelhyrnan; of &d-bar;æ-long;re hyrnan, C. D. v. 112, 30.] [v. N. E. D. hern.] v. beáh-, norþ-, norþeást-hyrne.

hyrned. (v. ofer-hyrned.) Add:, hyrnede (v. eahta-, six-, þr&i-long;-hyrnede).