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594 INNE-CUND -- IN-TÓ

room, house, &c. :-- Leóht inne stód, B. 1570. Gæst inne swæf, 1800: 1866. Cyning inne gebond feónda foresprecan ..., þæ-acute;r hé ligeð in carcerne, Cri. 732. Þæt hé inne oþþe úte cirican berýpe, Ll. Th. i. 334, 30. (a α) with prepositional phrases :-- Ísene gelíc inne on ðæ-acute;m ofne (in fornace), Past. 269, 6, 8. Wæs hé on sumum húse inne. Guth. Gr. 171, 15, 16. Inne on healle, B. 642. Inne in ræcede, Mód. 17. Þám þe inne gehýdde wræ-acute;te under wealle, B. 3059. (a β) with þæ-acute;r (i) demonstrative :-- Hé fand þæ-acute;r inne æðelinga gedriht swefan, B. 118: Dan. 275. þ-bar; þú þæ-acute;r to morgne mæssan inne gesinge, Bl. H. 207, 5: 205, 6: Ll. Th. i. 226, 29. (ii) relative :-- Hé eóde intó ðám búre þár his dohtor inne wæs, Ap. Th. 22, 18: Jud. 45: Bl. H. 217, 25. (a γ) with hér :-- Hér syndon inne dohtor míne, Gen. 2464. (b) indoors :-- Witan ge læ-acute;sse ge máre ðæs ðe tó túne belimpð, ge on túne ge on dúne ... ge inne ge úte, Angl. ix. 260, 1. (c) where there is idea of confinement :-- Gif hé hine (an ox) inne betýnan nolde (cf. si non recluserit eum, Ex. 21, 29), Ll. Th. i. 48, 31. Be fæ-acute;hðum. Gif se mon mægnes hæbbe þ-bar; hé his gefán beríde and inne besitte, 90, 4. Gif hé torngemót þurhteón mihte þæt hé eotena bearn inne gemunde (that he might remember how his foe had been besieged (see the preceding passage)), B. 1141. (d) inne on, mid, within a region, with a people :-- Gylde lahslitte inne on Deonelage, wíte mid Englum, Ll. Th. i. 172, 3. Hér inne on þyssum fýre, Gen. 436. Þus hit stód inne mid Englum, Ll. Th. i. 330, 9. Inne mid Denum, 414, 15. (e) where there is detention :-- Stande þriddan dæ-acute;l þæ-acute;re bóte inne a third part of the fine shall not be paid out, Ll. Th. i. 94, 7. (2) of the inner man :-- Hreðer inne weóll, B. 2113. Tó úpáhæfen inne on móde, Met. 25, 19. II. of motion :-- Hý hine þæ-acute;r inne gebringan. Ll. Th. i. 198, 26. On æ-acute;ghwylcne þe þæ-acute;r inne cóm, Jud. 50. Þæ-acute;r inne fealh secg, B. 2226. B. as preposition (following case) :-- Án þunor tóslóg þ-bar; hús þe hiora godas inne wæ-acute;ron, Ors. 6, 14; S. 268, 30. On þ-bar; hús þe heó hié inne reste, Bl. H. 147, 2. v. þæ-acute;r-inne.

inne-cund. Add: [v. Goth. inna-kunds domesticus.]

innefare. Add :-- Rop and smælþearme, wambe and inneforan and magan þá geondbláwað, Lch. ii. 246, 22.

inn-geþanc, -elfe. v. in-geþanc, -ylfe.

innemest; adj. Add :-- Innemyste his fulle synd fácne interiora eius plena sunt dolo, Scint. 19, 14.

innera. Add:, innerra. I. local :-- Rif vel seó inre wamb alvus, Wrt. Voc. i. 44, 38. Hé férde forð ofer þ-bar; wæter in þá inran land þæ-acute;ra hæ-acute;ðenra, Hml. S. 30, 309. II. concerned with the inner man :-- Se earma innera man, þ-bar; is seó wérige sáwl, Verc. Först. 93, 4. Se inra déma internus iudex, Scint. 44, 15. Inran gewitnesse eágan, 185, 7. Ymb dá geornfulnesse ðæ-acute;re inneran (innerran, v.l.) ðearfe his hiéremonna, Past. 137, 12. Forlæ-acute;tan ðá inneran (innerran, v.l.) giémenne ðæs godcundan ðiówdómes for ðæ-acute;re ábisgunge ðára úterra weorca, 127, 8. Forlæ-acute;tað ðá úterran sibbe and habbað ðá innerran fæste, 357, 9.

inne-weard. I. as adj. (1) physical :-- Inneweard eáre auris, Wrt. Voc. ii. 10, 22. Inneweard þeóh femina, 36, 48. (2) non-physical :-- Swá hwá swá wille dióplíce spirigan mid inneweardan móde æfter ryhte quisquis profunda mente vestigat verum. Bt. 35, 1; F. 154, 19: 38, 3; F. 200, 23. II as subst. :-- Áwergode beón heora þeóh and eall heora inneweard. Ll. Lbmn. 438, 32. Fugelas on heora blódigon bilon ðæ-acute;ra martyra flæ-acute;sc bæ-acute;ron, ðearmas and inneweard, Hml. S. 23, 81.

innian. Add: v. innung: innihte. l. in rihte, and see riht; II: in-níwian. Add: v. ge-inníwian.

innor. Add: I. with reference to a place or thing :-- Innor bið se hierde, se hielt ðá leoma útan interior est custodia, quae servat exterius membra, Past. 359, 4. Férde hé forð ... in þá inran land ...; þá gít hé wilnode þ-bar; hé innor férde, Hml. S. 30, 310. Hine seó ýð gegráp and hine fram lande innor áteáh quem unda rapuit et eum a terra introrsus traxit, Gr. D. 114, 32. II. with reference to position in a room, a place further from the door being a more honourable one. Cf. B. 1976 :-- Hé mót him innor tæ-acute;can stede and setl liceat eum in superiorem constitueret locum, R. Ben. 111, 4.

innoþ. Dele 'f[?]' (in Ps. Th. 108, 18 sió does not refer to innaþ, but to wyrgðu), and add: I. the inner part of the body :-- Inneþas ilia (nescitis quod templa Dei sint ilia vestra, spiritus in vobis habitat, Ald, 140, 19. Cf. 1 Cor. 3, 16), Wrt. Voc. ii. 89, 22. II. the stomach, womb, belly :-- Se hálga innoð þæ-acute;re á clæ-acute;nan. Þone innoþ geceás Críst, Bl. H. 11, 20. Of innoþe uulua. An. Ox. 4086. Innoþas receptacula (viscerum), 105. II a. the intestines, bowels :-- Him eóde se innoð (cf. eall his innewearde, Hml. Th. i. 290, 19) út æt his forðgange, Hml. S. 16, 207. Wiþ innoþes forhæfdnesse, Lch. ii. 174, 3. Se bryne on ðæ-acute;m innoðe fervor viscerum, Past. 71, 6. III. used with reference to feeling, emotion, &c. :-- þá wæs eall hire heorte ástired and hire innoð, Hml S. 30, 340. Hé wolde ðæt of ðæ-acute;m innoðum á libbendu wætru fleówen ðe on hine gelífden, Past. 467, 30. IV. as seat of appetite :-- Fræcum innoþes gýfernesse gulosa uentris ingluvie, An. Ox. 2446. V. a gut, an entrail :-- Se wæ-acute;ta ðára innoða humor viscerum, Past. 73, 9. Hé þæ-acute;re módor innoþas áweahte ipse viscera matris exsuscitat, Bl. H. 167, 6.

innoþ-tyderness. l. -tíderness, and add: v. innan-tíderness.

innung. Add: I. what is contained in something, contents :-- Mín is eall eorðan ymbhwyrft, and eall hyre innuncg meus est orbis terras, et plenitudo ejus, Ps. Th. 49, 13. II. lodging, v. innian :-- On geþances his wununge innunge hé gearwað Críste in mentis suae hospitio mansionem preparat Christo, Scint. 11, 18.

in-orf. Add :-- Inorf suppellex (culinae), An. Ox. 4664.

in-sceþþende innocent :-- Águtun blód insceððende effuderunt sanguinem innocentem, Ps. Srt. 105, 38. v. un-sceþþende.

in-segel. Add: I. a seal attached to a document as evidence of authenticity, Shrn. 176, 10 (in Dict.). Seó spræ-acute;c wearð ðám cynge cúð. Ðá ðá him seó talu cúð wæs, ðá sende hé gewrit and his insegl tó ðám arcebisceope, C.D. iv. 266, 19. II. a seal placed on a lock, receptacle, &c., so that an opening cannot be effected without breaking it :-- Hé beleác þæt wínern and ásette his ágen insegl on þ-bar; loc and forlét hit swá belocen apothecam clausit, atque impresso sigillo proprio munitam reliquit, Gr. D. 59, 5. Þá insægla wæ-acute;ron tó swutelunge ... þá féng se portgeréfa tó þæ-acute;re tége, and hé hí uninsæglode, Hml. S. B. 758-765. Hí ðæt gewrit mid twám sylfrenan inseglum (insæglan, 756) on ánre teáge geinsegledon, 343. Cóm tácn of heofenum, and þæt bearn swytelíce mid inseglum beclýsde Omnitenens sigillum manifestandi militis sui in aeternae memorationis indicium praemisit, Guth. Gr. 104, 13. Unýðe þé wæs þæt þú hit eall ne mihtest mid inseglum beclýsan, Wlfst. 259, 20. Bóc mid seofon inseglum (sigillis) geinseglode ... þá bóc untýnan and hire inseglu tóbrecan, Gr. D. 332, 22-24. III. a seal, an engraved stamp of hard material to mate an impression upon wax, &c. :-- Þonne wé sceáwiað þá inseglu and onlícnessa þe þonne gýt fullfremedlíce ne beóð ágrafene sicut necdum perfecte sculpta sigilla conspicimus. Gr. D. 283, 23. [v. N.E.D. inseil.]

in-seglian. Add: [v. N.E.D. inseil; vb.] v. be- (Ps. Rdr. 290, 34), un-inseglian.

in-seten[n], e; f. An institution :-- þ-bar;te folc ðín écelicum gefeága insetenum ut populus tuus sempiternis gaudiat institutis, Rtl. 8, 11.

in-settan. Add: v. ge-insettan.

in-siht. Add :-- Ic wille mid tintregum æt ðé ofgán ðises ðinges insiht, Hml. Th. i. 590, 23.

in-smoh; gen. -smós [?]; m. Substitute: in-smoh, -smog; gen. -smoges; n., and add v. æ-acute;-smogu.

in-snæ-acute;d, es; m. A piece of woodland kept in the lord's hand(?) :-- Tó Óswaldingtúne hiérð holenhyrst ... and triphyrst and insnádis (-as ?) intó Óswaldingtúne, C.D. ii. 228, 4. Cf. in-wudu.

in-stæppan should follow instæpes.

in-stæpe; adv. Add :-- Hý farað, and instepe æft cumað, Solil. H. 62, 31.

in-sting. Add :-- Him mon betæ-acute;hte þá þreó land tó innstinge inn tó Defenum (to be under the authority of Devonshire), Cht. Crw. 19, 16.

in-styrian to move, excite :-- þ-bar; ðá hálgan triów swíðe wépen and mid micle sáre instyred wæ-acute;ron (commoueri). Nar. 28, 12. v. on-styrian.

in-sweógness. v. in-swógenness.

in-swógan. v. geond-swógan; in-swógenness.

in-swógenness. Add: Insweógnesse is a v.l., Bd. Sch. 133, 23.

in-timbrian. Add :-- Trymede hé hí mid his láre and mid his manunge heora heortan intimbrede, Guth. 64, 19.

in-tinga. Add: I. a cause from which a result follows. (1) a thing :-- Wæs seó læ-acute;sse synn intinga þæ-acute;re máran, Hml. Th. i. 484, 14. Wást þú þone intingan þínre ádle? scisne tuae infirmitatis causam?, Guth. Gr. 162, 24. (2) a person :-- Hí wæ-acute;ran intinga þáre wræ-acute;ðe ðe wæs betwyx him and ðan cinge, Chr. 1051; P. 183, 31. II. reason, account, ground of action :-- Ne wiston wé for hwylcan intingan þ-bar; gedón wearð, Chr. 1057; P. 188, 16. III. occasion, fitting opportunity :-- Under intingan sub obtentu (deuorant domos uiduarum sub obtentu prolixae orationis, Mk. 12, 40), Wrt. Voc. ii. 73, 43. Sécende intingan heora gedáles quaerentes occasionem diuortii, Bd. 1, 15; Sch. 42, 26. For æ-acute;ghwæþerum ðyssum mánum hé intingan sealde for ðám, þæt hí hwurfon tó æ-acute;rran ðæ-acute;re unclæ-acute;nnesse quo utroque scelere cccasionem dedit ad priorem uomitum reuertendi his, 2, 5; Sch. 133, 12. Se hlísa him hæ-acute;lo intingan ðénade ad quos rumor occasionem salutis ministrauit, 4, 23; Sch. 472, 18. IV. sake; gratia :-- Uuordes intinga uerbi gratia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 123, 46. For intingan forhebbendran lífes continentioris uitae gratia, Bd. 3, 27; Sch. 317, 18. Se storm for úrum intingan (nostri gratia) gestillde, 5, 1; Sch. 553, 20. For intingan úre hæ-acute;lo nostrae euasionis gratia, 554, 8. For huntoðes intingan, Hml. S. 30, 104.

in-tó. Add: I. expressing motion to a position within a space or thing. (1) with vetbs of going, bearing, sending, (a) with dat. :-- Maria eóde intó Zacharias húse Maria intrauit in domum Zachariae, Lk. 1, 40: Hml. S. 23, 754. Gáð eów intó ðæ-acute;re cyrcan, Hml. Th. i.