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-LEÓHTNESS -- LEOÞU-CRÆFT 613

líce mid wvlle wætre, Lch. ii. 308, 11. II. to no great amount :-- Wyl on ealað swíþe, geswét mid hunige leóhtlíce, Lch. ii. 62, 20. II a. to no great degree, slightly, not elaborately :-- Þeáh wé þás þing leóhtlíce unwreón, hig magon fremian bet þonne þá þe beóð on leóðwísan fægre geglenged though our exposition of these matters be slight, they may do more good than those that are prettily ornamented with versification, Ange. viii. 304. 2. III. without being oppressive or harsh :-- Fæste hé .vii. winter heardum fæstene oððe .xv. leóhtlícor .vii. annos jejunet duro jejunio, vel .xv. levius, Ll. Th. ii. 146, 12. IV. easily, with little inconvenience :-- Sume nunnan tellað tó lytlum gylte þ-bar; hí hí forlicgon and þ-bar; hí leóhtlíce magon swá lytel gebétan, Hml. A. 115, 431. V. of sleeping :-- Hé þá dyde swylce hé leóhtlíce slépe ille ac si leviter dormiens, Gr. D. 85, 7.

-leóhtness. v. on-leohtness: leðht-sáwend. v. sáwend: leóht-sceáwigend. Substitute: One who sees light.

leóma. Add: I. radiance, splendour :-- Leóma iuvar, Txts. 72, 554. Seó sunne hæfð ðreó ágennyssa on hire; óðer is se leóma oððe beorhtnys æ-acute;fre of ðæ-acute;re sunnan, seó ðe onlíht ealne middangeard, Hml. Th. i. 282, 9. Þonne se móna beó full, and his leóma ealne middaneard oferscíne, Angl. viii. 323, 6. Glitenode gelícnys þæ-acute;re Crístes róde breohtre þonne sunnan leóma, Hml. S. 30, 43. Úp ásprungum leóman exorto (solis) jubare, i. splendore, An. Ox. 88. II. a ray, portion of brilliant light. (1) of the light of a heavenly body :-- Swá under ánum leóman þæ-acute;re sunnan (ánum sunnan leóman, v. l.) sub uno solis radio, Gr. D. 171, 12. Under ánum leóman (sunnan leóman, v. l.), 172, 22: An. Ox. 2970. Reáde leóman roseos radios, 18, 24. (2) of other light, e. g. a tongue of flame :-- Leóma, leúma globus, Txts. 66, 478. Leóman radio (angelus limpidissimo lucis radio resplehdens, Ald. 52, 2), An. Ox. 3772. Leómum (flammarum) globis, 2813. Leóman (clibani) globos, 1658. [v. N. E. D. leám.] v. dægred-, sunnan-leóma.

-leómod. v. ge-leómod: león. Add: p. leáh; pp. ligen. v. á-león.

leóran. Add: , leórian. I. to pass from one place to another, pass over or through :-- Wé leórdon ( transivimus) þurh fýr and wæter, Ps. Vos. 65, 12. þé gedafenaþ þ-bar; þú leóre on þíne bæ-acute;re tu debes procidere lectum, Bl. H. 149, 17. On swá hwelcre stówe swá mín gemynd sý mæ-acute;rsad . . . se unclæ-acute;na ne leóre on ðá stówe, Shrn. 104, 28. II. to pass away at death, pass from this world to the next :-- Tódæg þú leórest tó þæ-acute;re upplican eþelnesse, Shrn. 119, 29. Gehwylc man swylc hé heonan leóreþ (leóraþ v. l.), swylc hé byð andweard in ðám dome qualis hinc quisque egreditur, talis in judicio praesentatur. Gr. D. 328, 4. Hé to Drihtne leórde (hleorde, v. l. ), Hml. S. 23 b, 804. Heó of þæ-acute;m líchoman leórdon, Shrn. 64, 4. Leóran on ðá écean reste, 75, 1. Hé cýðde hwylce sceoldon beón sweltende and leórian (lióran, v. l.) of þám mynstre innotuit qui et qui essent in brevi ex eadem cella morituri, Gr. D. 298, 16. Him wæs cúð þ-bar; hé sylfa and þá óþre mid eallre hwætnesse sceoldon beón leóriende (leórende, v. l.) of þisum lífe certum tenuit se et illos de hac vita esse sub celeritate migraturos, 299, 15. Hwylce men sceoldon beón sweltende and leóriende (leórende, v. l.) qui morituri sunt, 300. 11. II a. of things, to pass away, come to nothing :-- Word mín næ-acute;fre ne leóraþ verba mea non praeteribunt, Mt. R. 24, 35. v. á-, forþ-, of-leóran.

-leórendlio. v. be-leórendlic.

leórend-ness, e; f. Passing away, departure from this world :-- Manige men hí gesomnodon tó swá háligre sáwle leórendnesse of þysum middanearde, Gr. D. 291, 14.

leornend. v. leornian.

leornere. Add: I. a learner, scholar, pupil, disciple :-- Eálá gé wynsume leorneras ( discipuli), eów manaþ eówer láreów, Coll. M. 35, 33. Wæs se Hálga Gást áhafen ofer þá Godes leorneras, Bl. H. 135, 3. II. a reader, student :-- Lá, þú leornere o Lector, Guth. Gr. 101, 22; 102, 29. Ic wilnige ðætte ðeós spræ-acute;c stigge on ðæt ingeðonc ðæs leorneres (lectoris), Past. 23, 17. III. a man of learning, a scholar :-- S&c-tilde;s Augustinus tíd ðæs bisceopes and þæs æþelan leorneres, Shrn. 122, 23. Hieronirnos tíd þæs mæssepreóstes and þæs æðelan leorneres, 136, 23, v. heáh-, stæ-acute;r-leornere.

leór-ness. Add: v. for-leórness.

leornesse (?). Substitute: leorn-ness (?), e; f. Learning :-- Hé monige him tó discipulum genam, and þá æfter fæce tó sácerdháde þurh his leornesse getýde and gelæ-acute;rde multos suos discipulos fecit, atque ad sacerdotalem usque gradum erudiendo atque instituendo prouexit, Bd. 3, 5: Sch. 205, 13.

leornian. Add: I. to acquire knowledge of a subject, skill in an art &c. . as a result of study, enquiry, experience or teaching. (1) with object :-- Sélre mé wæs þæt þú mé gehnæ-acute;gdest, and ic syþþan þín sððfæst weorc leornade bonum mihi quod humiliasti me, ut discam justificationes tuas, Ps. Th. 118, 71. Hú ne wást þú þæt þú leornodest on Ptolomeus bócum ? sicut Ptolomaeo probante didicisti, Bt. 18, 1 ; F. 62, 6. Him þíes Wedera þeóden wræce leornode (cf. Milton's 'study of revenge'), B. 2336. Wé æ-acute; leornedon, El. 397. Hí leornedan láð weorc Gode didicerunt opera eorum, Ps. Th. 105, 26. Hé wolde þæt þá cnihtas cræft eornedon, Dan. 83. Leorna þás láre, Sch. 23: Fä. 61. Leorniaþ wísdóm, and þonne gé hine geleornod hæbben, ne forhogiaþ hine þonne, Bt. 16, 1; F. 50, 25. Þæt hí leornigen ðone cræft geþylde on þám langan geswince, 39, 11 ; F. 228, 25. Þisne cræft (bóccræft) leornian, Angl. viii. 308, 26. Syndon þrý deáðas leornode on bócum, Verc. Först. 102, 15. Siofon heofonas sindon in gewritum leornode, Nap. 50. 2. (2) with a clause :-- Ic wolde þ-bar; þú leornodest hú þú mihtest becuman tó þám sóþum gesæ-acute;lþum superest, ut unde veram hanc beatitudinem petere possis agnoscas, Bt. 33, 3; F. 126, 29. Leorna þé seolfa and geþancmeta þíne móde on hwilce healfe þú wille hwyrft dón, Gen. 1916. Leornigeað (discite) hwæt is, 'Ic wylle mildheortnesse næs onsægdnesse,' Mt. 9, 13. Ðá ongan hé smeágan and leornigan on him selfum hú hé þ-bar; ríce þám cyninge áferran mihte, Bt. 1; F. 2, 18. Þonne is leornod on bócum þæt on þysse worulde sýn fíf onlícnessa be helle gryre, Verc. Först. 106, 11: 109, 4. (3) with infin. :-- Sé þe næ-acute;fre ne leornde specan qui numquam didicit loqui, Scint. 80, 17. I a. to learn a book, read with the intention of gaining knowledge :-- Hú ne sæ-acute;de ic þé æ-acute;r þæt þu hyt scealt sécan on þæ-acute;re béc þe wit þá ymbspræ-acute;con ? Leorna þá bóc, þonne findst þú hyt þæ-acute;r, Solil. H. 65, 8. Hé forbeád openlíce þæt mon náne fæste bóc ne leornode aperto praecepit edicto, ne quis Christianus docendorum liberalium studiorum professor esset, Ors. 6, 31; S. 286, 4. II. intrans. (1) to acquire knowledge of a subject, to receive instruction, study :-- Tó Læ-acute;denspræ-acute;ce on þæ-acute;re ðe wé leorniað, Hml. S. 15, 110. Forlét hé fæder and módor and on óðrum earde leornode, Hml. Th. ii. 334, 3. Hé hiene benæ-acute;mde . . . þæ-acute;re scóle þe hé on leornode, Ors. 6, 31; S. 284, 24. Húmeta cann þes stafas þonne hé ne leornode?, Jn. 7, 15. Ðá þe firwetgeorne weorþaþ and onginnaþ leornian, Bt. 39, 3; F. 216, 5. (2) with prep. :-- Wé leornodon be þám wælhreówan Bisiridem . . . þæs leódhatan gewuna wæs þ-bar; . . . , Bt. 16, 2; F. 52, 29. II a. to read :-- Þý læ-acute;s ic lenge þone þanc hefige þára leornendra (legentium), Guth. Gr. 102, 32. III. to acquire knowledge of a fact, hear of something :-- Wé leornodon þ-bar; hwílum gebyrede swíþe ungecyndelic yfel, Bt. 31, 1; F. 112, 12. v. þurh-leornian.

leornung. Add: I. the action of learning :-- Ðá ðe beóð gesette tó ðæ-acute;re ðénunga ðæs láreówdómes ðæt hí næ-acute;fre ne gewíten from ðæ-acute;re geornfulnesse ðæ-acute;re rædinge and leornunge háligra gewrita ut qui ad officium praedicationis excubant, a sacrae lectionis studio non recedant, Past. 171, 21. Him bið ðearf ðæt hé hine genime simle be ðæ-acute;re leornunge háligra gewrita, and be ðám áríse, studere incessabiliter debet, ut per eruditionis studium resurgat, 169, 15. II. the condition of a learner, pupilage :-- Láreówdóm vel leornung discipulatus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 141, 10. III. what is learnt or taught :-- Sió fóstermódur æ-acute;lcre leornunga and æ-acute;lces cræftes mater omnium virtutum, Past. 217, 1. v. for-leorning.

leornung-hús. Add: -- Leorninghúses gymnasii, An. Ox. 3223. On leorninghúse in gymnasio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 74, 55.

leornung-mann. Add :-- Leornigmannes hús gymnasium, An. Ox. 2, 175- ¶ with reference to the teacher :-- 'Wénað wé hwæþer hé æ-acute;nigne láreów hæfde?' 'Ne gehýrde ic næ-acute;fre þ-bar; hé æ-acute;niges mannes leorningmann (discipulus) wæ-acute;re,' Gr. D. 12, 24. Ne mæg hé beón mín leorningman, Hml. S. 33, 114. Þæs láreówes hæ-acute;s and þæs leornincgmannes weorc, R. Ben. 20, 6. Þæra fíf bóca andgit geopenode se Ælmihitiga Láreów his leorningmannum, Hml. Th. ii. 396, 12.

leornung-scól, e; f. A school for (book-)learning :-- Hé wæs þæs mynstres láreów þe is genemned Flundis. In þæs leornungscóle drohtnigende and gelæred wæs (in discipulatu illius conversatus atque eruditus est) sum man, Gr. D. 14, 6.

leóþ. Add :-- On tælsumum leóðe (smicere leóðe, Wrt. Voc. ii. 23, 24) carmine rythmico i numerali, Hpt. Gl. 415, 55. Sigarlic (þæt sigorlice, Wrt. Voc. ii. 23, 49) leóþ hé sinþ carmen triumphale decantet, An. Ox. 1347. Eác mé sceal áðreótan ymbe ealra þára Tróiána gewin tó ásecgenne, for ðon on spellum and on leóðum hiora gewin cúðe sindon (certamina, quae in fabulis celebrari solita sunt). Ors. 1. 8; S. 42, 14. [v. N. E. D. leoth.] v. byrgels-, scop-, sealm-leóþ.

leóþ-cræft. Add :-- Án þæ-acute;ra wæs Sibylla þe áwrát on leóðcræftes wíson be Crístes ácennednesse, Hml. Th. ii. 18, 16.

leóþere (?) a poet. [Goth. liuþareis a singer: O. H. Ger. liudari bardus s.] v. hleóþrere (?).

leóþ-gidding. Add :-- Hér mæg findan foreþances gleáw, sé ðe hine lysteð leóðgiddunga, hwá þás fitte fégde, Hpt. 33, 72, 2.

leóþian to sing. Dele, and see liþian.

leóp-lic. Add :-- Hé mid leóðlicum metre be þám mónðum þus giddode, Angl. viii. 301, 34.

leóp-sang. Add: -- Byriensang, leóþsang epitaphion, An. Ox. 902 (where see note).

leoþubíg-ness, e ; f. Supple bending of a joint :-- Hí þone líchaman ealne ansundne, swá hé þágýt lifigende wæ-acute;re, and on liþobígnyssum invenerunt corpus totum integrum, quasi adhuc viveret, et lentis artuum flexibus, Guth. Gr. 169, 147. v. bíg-ness.

leóþu-cæge; f. l. -cæ-acute;ga; m.

leoþu-cræft. For bracket substitute (by nimble fingers), B. 2769, and add :-- Mægencyning báncofan onband, breóstlocan onwand, leoðucræft onleác, El. 1251.