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608 LÁÞ -- LEAHTER

láþ; adj. Dele passage in l. 19, and add :-- Láþe exosas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 25. I. hateful, repulsive :-- Láþ unclæ-acute;nnys detestanda obscenitas, An. Ox. 4301. Láþera inuisorum (uitiorum), 885. I a. hateful to a person :-- Hú láð eów selfum wæs tó gelæ-acute;stanne eówre áþas, Ors. 3, 8; S. 122, 16. Ingeþanc Gode láþe precordia Deo inuisa, An. Ox. 3567. Ic wát þæt nán swá gód man ne leofað swá hé is, þéh þe hé mé sié se láþesta, Ors. 5, 12 ; S. 244, 1. I b. antithetical to leóf :-- Leóf carus, láð odiosus, Wrt. Voc. i. 85, 63, 64. Sume men wyllað betæ-acute;can heora láðostan (least loved) cild tó Godes láreówdóme. Ac hí ne geefenlæ-acute;cað ná Abrahame þe his leófran sunn tó láce geoffrode, Hml. A. 35, 265. II. unwilling, loath (?) :-- Láþ inuitam (but perhaps the glosser has read inuisam), An Ox. 5406.

láþettan. [In the last two passages láþettan translates infestare, which however is for infestari. The original Latin of the two translations is: Canes latrantes uiderit vel eis infestare, and: Camelos uidere et ab eis se uiderit infestare.] For 'To be odious . . . hate' substitute: I. to abhor, execrate, hate, hold in detestation :-- Þíne goda ic láðette and him teónan dó ego diis tuis abominationem feci, Angl. xvii. 116, 4. Man tó forð láþet þæt man scolde lufian, Wlfst. 165, 3 [: 168, 13: Wrt. Voc. ii. 26, 8 : Shrn. 39, 22, in Dict.]. Ongunnon hí hine onscunigean and láðettan mid máran orwyrðum fracoðlicra worda majoribus hunc verborum contumeliis detestari coeperunt, Gr. D. 250, 28. II. to make hateful, render odious. v. læ-acute;þettan :-- Ðás gyltas ne magon úre sáwla ofsleán, ac hí magon hí áwlæ-acute;tan and Gode láðettan, Hml. Th. ii. 590. 29.

laþian. Add :-- Hé mé lathath invitat me, Wrt. Voc. ii. 49, 38. Laðode accessivit, 4, 21. Ðætte hé cígende óðre ðider tió and laðige ut illuc clamando alios trahat, Past. 379, 20. Ongan óðer ríce man hí laðian tó his gesynscipe, Shrn. 60, 2. v. ge-, in-laþian.

láþian. Add :-- Heom láðode eallum þ-bar; hí swá oft árisan, hwílon þrywa on niht, hwílon feówer sýðum, tó singenne þone lofsang þonne hí slápan sceoldon, Hml. S. 21, 231. v. á-láþian.

laþigend. v. in-laþigend.

láþ-leás. Add :-- Æ-acute;r hé sý láðleás (læ-acute;eth;leás, Ll. Th. i. 164, 17) wið æ-acute;lce hand, Ll. Lbmn. 144, 13. [v. N. E. D. loathless.]

láþ-lic. Add :-- Þám líchaman bið láðlic legerbed gegyrwed, Wlfst. 187, 12. Láðlic lurida, An. Ox. 23, 59. Hé hrýmde mid grimlicre stefne and láðlicre, Shrn. 120, 30. Láþlice grymetunga truculentos fremitus, An. Ox. 2388. [v. N. E. D. loathly.]

láþlíce. Add :-- Mid ealswylcan láran Antecríst láðlíce forlæ-acute;reð ealles tó manege, Wlfst. 56, 3. Þæ-acute;r losað þ-bar; cild láðlíce hæ-acute;ðen, Hml. S. 17. 155.

laþung. Add: a church; ecclesia :-- On háligre laþunge gelæ-acute;red bodigend in sancta ecclesia doctus predicator, Scint. 124, 9.

láþwend-ness, e; f. Malignity, hostility :-- Þ-bar;te ðú áscúfe from mec ðá ungesewenlican næglas þá fæstniað láðwendnesse ut retrudas a me inuisibiles clauos quos figunt odibiles, Lch. i. lxxiv. 13.

latian. Add :-- For hwí latodest þú ? quare tardasti?, Gr. D. 88, 33. Ne lata þú tó mínum fultume, Ps. Th. 39, 15. Uilesceret, i. tardaret vel latode, Angl. xv. 208. 100 b. v. á-, ge-latian.

latlíce. v. lætlíce.

latu, e ; f. Add: delay :-- Þá gesettan bíleouene his gebróðrum gebeóde hé on rihtne tíman búton late fratribus constitutam annonam sine mora offerat, R. Ben. 55, 12. 'Álæ-acute;dað mé nú tó bútan late eówerne ealdor.' Hig clipodon þá þone cniht him raðe tó þe hira heáfodman wæs, Ælfc. T. Grn. 18, 17. v. ge-latu.

latung, e; f. Delay :-- Latunga tricarum, i. morarum, An. Ox. 7, 129.

laur-beám. Add :-- Laurbeámes lauri, Wrt. Voc. ii. 53, 12.

-laured. v. ge-laured.

laur-treów. Add :-- Þá geseah heó spearwan nest on ánum lawer&dash-uncertain;treówe, Hml. A. 120, 117.

láwerce. Add :-- Láuwerce tilaris, Wrt. Voc. i. 281, 13. Láuuercae, láuricae, Txts. 102, 1012.

Lazarus; gen. Lazares; pl. Lazaras Lazarus :-- Ic bidde eów þæt gé beón gemyndige ðæs Lazares reste . . . manega Lazaras gé habbað nú licgende æt eówrum gatum, Hml. Th. i. 334, 25-29.

leá. v. leó.

leác. Add :-- Laec ambila, Wrt. Voc. ii. 100, 20. Leác alium, 6, 53: allium, i. 78, 72. Hé leác sette he planted vegetables, Shrn. 61, 20. v. cípe-, rysc-leác, fugeles leác.

leac-blæd, es; n. A leek leaf :-- Þis man sceal wið þ-bar; gedrif wrítan on þreóm leácbladan, Nap. 41.

leác-cærse. Add :-- Leáccersan, túnc[ersan] nasturcium, Wrt. Voc. i. 286, 14.

leác-tric. See leáh-tric.

leác-trog. Substitute: A cluster of berries carved for the ornamenting of a ship :-- Leáhtrog corimbus, cacumen navis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 135, 76. Leáctrogas corimbos, 14, 78. Leáctrogas, -trocas, Txts. 53, 540. Cf. corimbus nauibus vel cacumen, Corp. Gl. H. 35, 661. Corimbus nauibus, Ld. Gl. H. 47, 5. v. trog.

leád. Add: I. lead :-- Hét se cásere his cwelleras feccan æ-acute;nne æ-acute;renne hwer and hine áfyllan mid weallendum leáde . . . Hé (St. George) bletsode þ-bar; leád and læg him onuppan, and þ-bar; leád wearð ácolod, Hml. S. 14, 104-115. Leádes clynum mastigiis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 54, 75. Léde plumbo, Germ. 393, 117. II. a cauldron :-- Man sceal habban . . . hwer, leád, cytel, hlædel, pannon, Angl. ix. 264, 9. [VI. bidenfate and .II. cuflas and .þrý. trogas and leád and trefet, C. D. B. iii. 367, 39. v. N. E. D. lead; 5.]

leáden. Add :-- Hí þás race on ánum leádenum tabulan ágrófen, Hml. S. 23, 342. Hé ðá líc léde on áne leádene (læ-acute;dene, v. l. ) ðrúh, 24, 71. Se cásere hét hý cwice belúcan in leádenum cistum, Shrn. 146, 24. Lédene plumbeos, Germ. 393, 122.

leád-gewiht, es; n. Some scale of weight (cf. (?) lead-pound :-- Sex waxpnnde makiet .j. leed pound, N. E. D. s. v.) :-- Ic onborgede .xxx. mancsa goldes be leádgewihte, Cht. Crw. 9, 118. See note, p. 77.

leád-gota, an; m. A lead-founder :-- Gif hé smeáwyrhtan hæfð . . . Mylewerde, sútere, leádgotan (leód-, MS.) and óðran wyrhtan æ-acute;lc weorc sylf wísað hwæt him tó gebyreð, Angl. ix. 263, 18.

leáf. Add: I. a leaf of a tree, plant, &c. :-- Leáf folium, rind cortix, Wrt. Voc. i. 285, 77. Næ-acute;fre brosniað leáf under lyfte, Ph. 39. Lytle hwíle leáf beóð gréne, Sal. 312. Hleófa (leáf, R.) folia, Mt. L. 24, 32. Þú þá treówa on hærfesttíd heora leáfa bereáfast and eft on lencten óþru leáf sellest, Bt. 4; F. 8, 4-7. Hié heora líchoman leáfum beþeahton, Gen. 845. Beám sceal on eorðan leáfum líðan, Gn. Ex. 26. I a. an artificial leaf :-- Gylden is se Godes cwide gimmum ástæ-acute;ned, hafað silfren leáf, Sal. 64. II. a leaf of a book :-- Hér on þysan óþran leáfe onginð seó æftere bóc, Gr. D. 92, 2. Se æ-acute;resta heofon gefealden swá swá bóca leáf beóð, Verc. Först. 122, 14. Feówer leáfum oþþe fífum of þæ-acute;re bóce geræ-acute;ddum, R. Ben. 67, 7. v. cawel-, fíc-, hoc-, holen-, ítig-, wín-leáf.

leáf. Add: I. leave :-- Búton se abbod him geþafunge mid leáfe sylle; sý þeáh seó leáf on ðá wísan þ-bar; þæ-acute;r seó foresæ-acute;de bót fylige nisi forte abbas licentiam dederit per permissionem suam; ita tamen ut satisfaciat reus ex hoc, R. Ben. 69, 7. Þrowode Meotud on galgan be Fæder leáfe, Men. 87. Bútan Freán leáfe, Met. 11, 67. Þonne hé hæfð Drihtnes leáfe, 10, 67. II. what is right as being permitted :-- [Mennisc]lice léfe fas humanum (contra jus divinum et fas humanum, Ald. 72, 32), An. Ox. 5070. v. ge-leáf.

-leáf; adj. leafy. v. ge-, reád-leáf : -leáf; adj. believing. v. geleáf.

leáfa (?), l. leáfa, and add :-- Hié gesetton . . . þ-bar; þá woruldhláfordas móston mid hiora leáfan . . . fiohbóte onfón, Ll. Th. i. 58, 7. Bútan bisceopes leáfan sine venia episcopi, ii. 170, 21. Be his scriftes leáfan cum confessarii sui venia, 224, 33. v. ge-leáfa.

-leáfe. v. fíf-, seofon-, þri-leáfe.

leáf-full. Add :-- Leáfulre fideli, An. Ox. 1329. v. ge-leáffull.

leáf-helmig. For 'frondicoma, Germ. 390' substitute :-- On léthelmigum frondicomis, Germ. 390, 102.

leáf-leóht; adj. Easy to believe (?) :-- Se gewuna þisse hálgan drohtnunge þé gedéþ leáfleóht and eáþe þæt ðe æ-acute;r earfoðe and ancsumlic þúhte (the English version here does not follow the Latin closely, the only part of which that seems the foundation of the English is: Pro-cessu conversationis et fidei. In some way fidei seems to have occasioned leáf-leóht), R. Ben. 5, 19.

leáfnes-word, es; n. A pass-word :-- Ne gé leáfnesword gúðfremmendra gearwe ne wisson, B. 245.

leágung. Dele, and see Angl. i. 508.

leáh; m. In l. 12 after Kmbl. insert ii. and add :-- Þurh ðone leá on ðám leáge; þurh ðone lytlan leá westeweardne . . . þurh ðone leá norðeweardne, C. D. v. 207, 12-23. v. brémel-, ort-geard-, sealt-, wíþig-leáh.

leáh; f. Add :-- Fram ceddan leáge tó langan leáge . . . fram langan leáge, C. D. ii. 73, 21. In illud septum tó brádan leáge, transitque illo septo brádan leáge, iii. 383, 18. On ceaforleáhe; of ðæ-acute;re leáhe, 77, 26 : 79, 2. v. fyrs-, gemót-, lín-, styfic-, tigel-leáh, and see Midd. Flur, for numerous compounds.

leáh lye. Add :-- Leág, læ-acute;g lexiva, Txts. 74, 591. Læ-acute;cedónias wiþ miclum heáfodece . . . and sealf tó þon ilcan, and leáh and eágsealfa, Lch. ii. 172, 28 : 302, 23.

leahter. Add: [The word is made feminine in Hml. S. 16, 306 :-- Seó eahteóðe leahter, but in other MSS. it is masculine, and so in the other seven instances] :-- Scyld, lehter, mándæ-acute;d crimen, i. peccatum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 137, 2. Hwæt ne cann sé ðe ealle ðing cann ? Hé ne cann næ-acute;nne leahter, and hí wæ-acute;ron mid leahtrum áfyllede, Hml. Th. ii. 572, 35. Ne mæg synne on mé fácnes frumbearn fyrene gestæ-acute;lan, líces leahtor, Gú. 1045. Þæs líchoman leah ILLEGIBLE as and þá unþeáwas, Met. 22, 25. Leahtra conuitiorum, An. Ox. 5363. Leahtra firene geseón on þám sáwlum, Cri. 1281. Gelácnigan leahtra gehwylcne, yfel unclæ-acute;ne, 1309. Líchoman leahtra clæ-acute;ne, Ph. 518. Fácnes clæ-acute;ne, leahtra leáse, Jul. 566. Leahtrum flagitiis, An. Ox. 2678. Lahgtrum &l-bar; gyltum facinoribus, 4, 50. Lehtrum scyldige, An. 1218. Læ-acute;nan lífes leahtras, Ph. 456. Forgif ús gyltas and synna, and úre leahtras álæ-acute;t, líces wunda, and mándæ-acute;da, Hy. 6, 20, 23. v. heáfod-, or-, stæf-leahter.