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IN-GEÞEÓDE -- INNE 593

inngeðoncas monna búton suelce sumere hearpan strengas áþenede ? quid sunt intentae mentes nisi quaedam in cithara lensiones stratae chordarum ?, Past. 175, 6. II. conscience :-- Gé forseóþ þá craeftas eówres ingeþonces and eówres andgites relicta conscientiae virtutisque praestantia, Bt. 18, 4; F. 66, 23. III. a thought, cogitation :-- Ðá ingeðoncas ðe wealcað in dæs monnes móde cogitationes quae volvuntur in mente, Past. 155, 21. IV. intention, purpose; intentio :-- Ðæt innegeðonc (in-, v. l.) ðæ-acute;re heortan cordis intentio, Past. 141, 7. Ne gehwyrfde hine næ-acute;fre ðæt unryhtwíse ingeðonc (intentio perversa) tó ðæ-acute;m wón andgiete, 365, 18. On swelcum . . . æ-acute;lces mennisces módes ingeþanc bið geswenced in talibus humanorum actuum volorumque versatar intentio. Bt. 24, 3; F. 82, 21: 36, 3; F. 176, 6, 20. Mid ealles módes geornfullan ingeþance hígian, 22, 2 ; F. 78, 18. Sió synn ðe longe gesired bið, sió cymð symle of yflum ingeðonce in studiis malitiosa semper intentione peccatur, Past. 435, 17. v. in-gehygd.

in-geþeode. The MS. reading in 1. 2 belongs to the second passage.

in-geþóht conscience :-- Þá gewordenum þám æ-acute;rmergene heó wearð on hire ingeþóhte (geþóhte, v. l.) áfyrhted for þon þe heó þá þurhtogenan lustas on hire líchaman gefremede cum mane facto conscientiam deterreret perpetrata carnis delectatio, Gr. D. 72, 12. v. in-gehygd; II: ingeþanc; II.

in-geweaxen ingrown :-- Ingeweaxenra inolitorum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 48. 23.

in-gyte, es; m. Infusion :-- Þurh ingyte háliges gástes per infusionem sancti spiritus, Angl. xiii. 395, 424.

in-gewitness. Add :-- Of his ingewitnesse de scientia ejus, Gr. D. 95, 22.

in-hæ-acute;tan; p. te To inflame :-- Þ UNCERTAIN seó nunne wæ-acute;re inhæ-acute;ted mid un-mæ-acute;tum feferádlum quod sanctimonialis illa immensis febribus aestuaret, Gr. D. 29, 10. v. on-hæ-acute;tan.

in-heald. Substitute: Sloping inwards, worked in low relief :-- Inheald interrasilem, Wrt. Voc. ii. 46, 24.

in-hebban. Add :-- Hé wénde swíðe þæt æ-acute;nig ælda æ-acute;fre [ne] meahte swá fæstlice forescyttelsas on écnesse ó inhebban (o in hebba, MS. ), oððe þæs ceasterhlides clúster onlúcan, Cri. 313. v. on-hebban; IV.

in-híred. Add :-- Híwcúþum inhíredes domesticis clientel&e-hook; (sodalibtis), An. Ox. 5133. Geférræ-acute;dene, inhírede clientela, i. obseruatio domestica, 2809. Hírede þeówtlicum inhírede þénum (cum omni) familia (et) vernacula clientela (una cum) parasitis, 3309.

in-híwan. Add :-- Mon ágefe ðæt lond innhígun tó heora beóde, C. D. i. 316, 17.

inhoh. Dele, and see An. Ox. 5161.

in-hold. Add :-- Hí nystun hwá rihtlucur þá land áhte þonne þæ-acute;re scíre bisceop, þá hé innhold wæs, and Godes geleáfan on riht bodude, and his hlaford lufude, Cht. Crw. 19, 24.

in-læ-acute;dan. Add: [O. H. Ger. in-leiten inducere.]

in-lónd. Add :-- Ic selle mínum geréfan ánes hídes lond on eásttúne, swá swá Herred hit hæfde, on ðreóra monna dæg, and all ðæt innlond beligeð án díc útane, Cht. E. 169, 29. Wulfége ðæt inland, and Ælfége ðæt útland, C. D. ii. 381, 16. [v. N. E. D. inland.]

in-laþian. Add: [O. H. Ger. in-ladón invocare.]

in-laþigend, es ; m. One who invites :-- Þ UNCERTAIN inlaþigendum þínum þú gearwige mettas ut inuitaiori tuo prebeas cibos, Sciut. 170, 12.

in-lenda. Add :-- Inlenda habitator, i. incola, An. Ox. 2434: accola, i. habitator, 3591. Æ-acute;lc ðæ-acute;ra manna ðe blód ytt sceal losian of his folce, beó hé inlenda beó hé ælðeódig (homo quilibet de domo Israel et de advents qui peregrinaniur inter eos,. si comederit sanguinem, disperdam animam illius de populo suo, Lev. 17, 10), E. S. viii. 62, 36.

in-lende. Add :-- Þá hig wæ-acute;ron his inlænde cum essent incolae eius, Ps. L. 104, 12. [Cf. O. H. Ger. in-lente incole.]

in-lendisc. Add: The definite form used substantively, a native, an inhabitant :-- Inlendisca accola, i. habitator, An. Ox. 2415.

in-lic. Add :-- Inlices módes ecge intern&e-hook; mentis acie, Scint. 62, 15. Þá inlecan interna, Wrt. Voc. ii. 48, 60. On inlicum inelfum in imis, i. intimis ilibus, An. Ox. 986.

inlíce. Add :-- Bitere seel hit him wyrþan forgolden, búton hé hit mid ælmessan inlíce forgilde, Wlfst. 277, 7. Þæt is heálic ræ-acute;d monna gehwylcum . . . þæt hé symle inlocast and geornlícost God weorðige, Cri 432.

in-lígian; p. ode To inflame :-- Gesprec Dryhtnes inlégagede ( =a in-légade) hine eloquium Domini inflammavit eum, Ps. Srt. 104, 19.

in-líhtan. Add :-- Ne inlíhteð (on-, v. l. irradiat) se wítedômes gást þá mód þára wítegæna, Gr. D. 146, 7. v. ge-inlíhtan.

in-líhtness, e; f. Illumination :-- Dryhten, inlíhtnis (illuminatio) mín, Ps. Srt. 26, I. In inlíhtnisse fýres, 77, 14.

in-liþewác. v. un-leoþuwác.

in-méde; adj. Of profound concern, of great solicitude :-- Þonne ne sceal ús nán woruldgestreón swá inméde swá úres Drihtnes lufu, Nap. 40. Gode náne æ-acute;hta ne synd swá inméde swá him synd tó ágenne úre sáwle clæ-acute;ne, ib. Hí nán þing him inmédre ne læ-acute;ten, ne besorhre, þonne hira Drihten Christo omnino nihil praeponant, R. Ben. 132, 8.

inmest; adv. v. inn ; adv.

inn a lodging, & c. Add :-- Hí gelógodon his bæd on þæs mynstres spræ-acute;chúse . . . þ-bar; inn wæs swýþe nearo, Hml. S. 31, 856. His healle oððe innes ipsius tabernaculi, R. Ben. I. 4, 2. Týnum and twéntigum on ánum inne ætgædere hí restan . . . Leóht on ðæ-acute;m selfum inne (cella) byrne, R. Ben. 47, 7. Se Gota gewennde tó his inne (húse, v.l.) Gothus ad hospitium reversus, Gr. D. 81, 15. Án lang gealga stænt æt Amanes inne lignum stat in domo Aman, Hml. A. 100, 280. Hí heom in gecuron mid hyra méder, Hml. S. 30, 317.

inn; adv. Add: , ing [cf. (?) ingang where other MSS. have innan, Chr. 1016; P. 147, 19]. Of motion or direction, inwards :-- Inn introrsum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 44, 18. Móyses oft eóde inn (in, v. l.) and út on ðæt templ. Past. 101, 24. Nán mann ne mihte ne inn (ing, v. l.) ne út, Chr. 1016; P. 149, 6. Se ingang is eástan in, Shrn. 69, 3. Be cumbe ing on holan bróc; þ-bar; andlang streámes ing on hlósmoc, C. D. iii. 412, 24. Ing tó ealdan mynstre, Che. E. 185, 7. Hé tihð his fét suá hé inmest mæg, Past. 241, 12. See also verbs where in has been taken as a prefix.

innan. Add: A. as adverb. I. local, within, inside. (l) in reference to a place or thing :-- Gif hé þone oxan innan betýnan nolde, Ll. Th. i. 48, 31. Sió sunne ne mæg ealle gesceafta innan geondscínan, Bt. 41, l ; F. 244, 9. Ufan hit is enge and hit is innan hát, Dóm. 22 : 6. 2412. Heó is innan mid éce mægene geweorþod. Bl. H. 197, ii: Gen. 1366. (2) in reference to a person, within the body :-- Þá smalan wyrmas ðone man ge innan ge útan werdaþ, Bt. 16, 2 ; F. 52, 12. Gíf men innan wyrmas eglen, Lch. l. 82, 22. (2 a) where the non-physical part of man is in question, mind, heart, soul :-- Heora heortan beóð innan gemanode, Bl. H. 129, 8. Hreðer innan weóll, Cri. 539. Ússe hreðer-cofan innan uncyste, 1330. Hungor innan slát merewérges mód, Seef. ll. II. inwardly, in the mind, heart, & c. , in respect to the spiritual part of man :-- Ðý læ-acute;s hié sién innan gehæfte mid ofermétum ne intus a superbia captivi teneantur, Past. 307, 7. Ðæt hí innan ne áfeallen ðonon ðe hí wénað ðæt hí útan stonden ne, ubi se stare extrinsecus aestimant, ibi intrinsecus cadant, 439, 9. Ne þúhte hé him nó innon swá fæger swá hé útan þúhte, Bt. 32, 2; F. 116, 24. Mid hwylcum ceasterwarum hý beóð in áre getealde innan (intus], Gr. D. 39, 33. Hié mid þæ-acute;re lufan Drihtnes innan onbryrde wæ-acute;ron, Bl. H. 119, 18: 217, 6. Þæt hé his selfes on sefan áge anwald innan, Met. 16, 3. B. as preposition. I. with gen. :-- Gif þ-bar; gebyrige þ-bar; æ-acute;nig mæ-acute;gð tó þan strang sý innon landes oþþe úton landes. Ll. Th. i. 236, 10. II. with dat. (l) local, (a) of rest, within :-- Him þæs tácen weard for eorlum innan healle, Dan. 719. Hé is bebyrged innan þám mynstre innon Ses Nicolaus portice. Chr. 1072 ; P. 209, 5. Innan hira burgum intra urbis claustra, Past. 227, 25: An. 1237. Sittað eów innan ceastre sedete in civitate, Past. 385, 4. Gé eówer net setton úp on dúnum and innon wudum, Bt. 32, 3 ; F. 118, 15. Innan þám hundrede, Ll. Th. i. 280, 12. Innan þisan earde, 304, 13. Sý hit innan lande, sý hit út of lande, 420, 15 : Gn. C. 43. (b) of motion or direction, within, into :-- Nán mann ne cume innon þæ-acute;re ciricean, Ll. Th. i. 226, 9. Hé eóde innon þám mynstre, Hml. S. 23 b, 64. Gif heó þ-bar; heáfod innan þám men bestincð, Angl. vii. 28, 259. Hé hæ-acute;ðene þeáwas innan þysan lande gebróhte, Chr. 959 ; P. 115, 10. (2) of time, within the limits of a period, in :-- Hí wendon tó Wæringscíre innon (ingang, v. l.) þæ-acute;re middewintres tíde, and hergodon, Chr. 1016; P. 146, 21. (ε) within a person. Cf. A. II :-- Answarode mé sum ðing, ic nát hwæðer hit wæs innan mé ðe útan sive alius quis extrinsecus sive intrinsecus, Solil. H. 3, 9. Yþende mód innan hreðre, Ps. Th. 54, 22. Adame innan breóstum his hyge hwyrfde, Gen. 715. III. with acc., into :-- Hér rád se here ofer Mierce innan Eást-Engle, Chr. 870 ; P. 70, 5. Of ðæ-acute;re sæ-acute; cymþ þ-bar; wæter innon þá eorþan, Bt. 34, 6 ; F. 140, 18. Gif heó þ-bar; heáfod innan þone man bestincð, Angl. vii. 28, 259, v. on-, wiþ-innan.

innan-burhware. Add :-- Ðá þreó geférscipas innanburhwara and útanburhwara, C. D. B. iii. 491, ii.

innane. Add: I. of position :-- Hié wæ-acute;ron innane (intus) eágna full. Past. 194, 20. II. inwardly, in reference to the mind, heart, & c. :-- Hié beóð innane áhafene on oferméttum mens in superbiam extollitur, Past. 271, 21. Innane (intus) hé hit geþafode, 417, 17. Hí áþindað innane on ídlum gilpe, 439, 5.

innan-earm, es; m. The side of the arm towards the body :-- Læ-acute;t him blód of innanearme, Lch. ii. . 134, 6.

innan-fortog. v. for-tog, where read Wiþ innanfortoge.

innan-onfeall an internal swelling :-- Wiþ innanonfealle, Lch. ii. 10, Ii. v. on-feall.

innan-tíderness, e ; f. Internal weakness :-- Se petra oleum is gód andfeald tó drincanne wið innantiédernesse and útan tó smerwanne, Lch. ii. 288, 15. Innantýdernesse, 174, 8. v. innoþ-tíderness.

innan-weard. In 1. 4 after B. 1976 add cf. innor; II.

innan-wund, e; f. An internal wound :-- Wiþ innanwunde sealf, Lch. ii. 8, 30.

inne. Add: A. as adverb. I. of rest. (l) local, (a) inside a