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622 LUFIEND -- LUST

cordiam diligit Dominus, Ps. Th. 83, 12. Ðú ðæt ne lufedest þæt ic þé bernelác brengan móste, Ps. C. 122. ¶ in the legal formula :-- Ic wille beón N. hold and getríwe, and eal lufian þ-bar; hé lufað, and eal áscunian þ-bar;; he áscunað, Ll. Th. i. 178, 4. (6) to take pleasure in. (a) doing something, love to do (clause) :-- Þá lufiað þ-bar; hig gebiddon hí standende on gesomnungum qui amant in synagogis stantes orare, Mt. 6, 5. (b) something being done :-- Hig lufigeað þ-bar; hig man gréte on stræ-acute;tum, Mt. 23, 7. III. with prep. (?) to bestow affection on :-- Wé lufedon Úra wamba fylnesse and on úre gold and on úre glengnesse and on úre myclan gestreóne and on reáfiácum. Swíðor wé þæt lufedon, þonne wé dydon Godes beboda, Verc. Först. 123, 14-17. v. sceand-lufiende, and next word.

lufiend. Add; I. a lover of a person. (1) cf. lufian; I. 1 a :-- Swá swá lufu byð betweóna þám lufiende and þám þe hé lufað, Solil. H. 28, 16. (2) of love between the sexes. Cf. lufian ; I. 2 :-- Ic hæbbe óðerne lufiend . . . sé ðe his geleáfan bring mé lét tó wedde, Hml. S. 7, 27. (3) a protector, cherisher. Cf. lufian ; I. 4 :-- Hé wæs þearfena lufiend cultor pauperum, Gr. D. 329, 13. II. a lover of a thing. (1) cf. lufian ; II. 4 :-- Þú cwén, láre lufigend, Ap. Th. 18, l. . . Ðæs wýsdómes lufiendas amatores sapientiae, Solil. H. 42, 2. (2) cf. lufian ; II. 5 :-- Geornful lufiend cupidus (castitatis) amator, An. Ox. 363. Bróðerræ-acute;denne lufigendras, Scint. 14, 3.

lufiend-lic. Add :-- Heó wæs swíþe lufigendlic eallum onlóciendum omnium oculis gratiosa et amabilis videbatur, Hml. A. 95, 98. Lufiendlices (omne quicquid) delectabile, An. Ox. 334.

luf-lic. Add :-- Críst hlinode on his (John's) luflicum breóste, Ælfc. T. Grn. 13, 2. Hé fréfrode hí mid luflicum wordum eos verbis consola-batur, Gr. D. 251, 20: Hml. A. 73, 9.

luflíce. Add: I. of conduct, treatment, courteously, pleasantly :-- Luflíce affabiliter (instruendo), Wrt. Voc. ii. 80, 64. Hié ús luflíce (benigne) onféngon, Nar. 17, 18. Hé þæ-acute;re fæ-acute;mnan grétinge luflíce (gratanter) onféng, Guth. Gr. 158, 9. II. of specen :-- Mid þám þe luflíce sprecað tó heora nýhstum cum his qui loquuntur pacem cum proximo suo, Ps. Th. 27, 4. Ðá munecas hit mæ-acute;ndon lufelíce (complained in courteous terms) tó him, Chr. 1083; P. 214, 18.

luf-ræ-acute;den. Adv. :-- L[u]fr[æ-acute;denne] cartatem, An, Ox. 56, 224. [v N. E. D. love-red.]

luf-sum. Add: [ v. N. E. D . lovesome.]

lufsum-lic; adj. Pleasing, desirable :-- Ða sende se pápa Óswió luf-sumlic (desiderabilem) æ-acute;rendgewrit, Bd. 3, 29; Sch. 329, 2.

lufsumlíce. Add: [v. N. E. D. lovesomely] : lufsum-ness. Add: [v. N. E. D. lovesomeness.]

luf-tíme. Add: agreeable :-- Luftýme affabilis, An. Ox. 56, 217. Ðeós sylfe hýrsumnes bið Gode antfenge and mannum luftéme (dulcis), R. Ben. 20, 17. Gif ðæ-acute;m mæ-acute;denum líkiað hyra luftýman spræ-acute;ce, Hex. 48, 16. Luftémpre dulcius, R. Ben. I. 3, 8.

luftím-lic; adj. Agreeable, pleasant :-- Luftýmlica amplectende, An. Ox. 56, 254.

lufu. Add: I. warm affection, attachment :-- Unc gemæ-acute;ne ne sceal elles áwiht nymðe lufu langsumu, Gen. 1906. His þegnas for hiora eardes lufan tilodon hine tó forlæ-acute;tanne, Bt. 38, 1; F. 194, 28. Ic hæfde bródor and éðel on Egyptum and þæ-acute;r mid mínum mágum wunode ... þá ongan ic heora lufu (lufa, v. l.) forhycgan, Hml. S. 23 b, 326. ¶ plural with force of singular :-- Ðeáh hé hit for lufum (spiritu dileclionis) dó, Past. 167, 12. Hit is nú ðearf ðæt wé for lufum (caritatis studio) eft cierren, 461, 10. I a. an act of kindness, action prompted by love :-- Án lufu is þe þú miht mé gegearwian unum est quod mihi impendere beneficium poles, Gr. D. 182, 5. Bescirede duguda gehwylcre, lufena and lissa, Gú. 1049. I b. amicable settlement as opposed to litigation (v. N. E. D. love ; I d), Ll. Th. i. 298, 5 (in Dict.). II. in a religious sense, love; caritas. (1) of God towards man :-- Seó godcunde lufu, Bt. 10 ; F. 30, 8. Swá se ælmihitiga ealle gesceafte lufað . . . Nis þæt læ-acute;sast þæt seó lufu cýðeð, Gú. 741. Fore monna lufan mín (Christ's) Þrowade heáfod hearmslege, Cri. 1434. Ic lufan symle læ-acute;stan wið eówic I will ever show my love to you, 477. Lufan Dryhtnes wyrcan to gain the love of God by deeds, Dóm. 49. Lufe wyrcean, Gen. 624. (2) of man towards God :-- Him Dryhtnes lof born in breóstum, brondhát lufu, Gú. 937. Seó lufu . . . byil geéced þonne þæt andgyt byð gefæstnod on Gode ; ne þare lufu ne byð nán ende, Solil. H. 29, 6-8. Hí feorh ágéfan for Meotudes lufan, Men. 82. Ealle gesceafta habbaþ gemæ-acute;nelíce ðá áne lufe, þ-bar; hí þeówian swilcum hláforde, Bt. 39, 13 ; F. 234, 28 : Solil. H. 28, 11. On breóstum wegan byrnende lufan Meotodes, Edg. 40. His lufan ádreógan, Gú. 63. For Godes lufum and for Godes ege supernae formidinis et dilectionis spiritu afflatus, Past. 169, 3. (3) of God's creatures to one another :-- Sybb sý mid eówic, symle sóð lufu. Jul. 669. Sybbe healdan, gæ-acute;stlice lufu, Leás. 39. III. strong feeling, passion, affection :-- Sé þe nú gehæft sié mid ðæ-acute;re unnyttan lufe þisse middangeardes quos fallax ligat terrenis habitans libido menteis, Bt. 34, 8; F. 144, 25. Flæ-acute;sclicra gewilnunga lufa carnalium desideriorum affectus (acc. pl. ), Scint. 28, 13. III a. strong liking for, or devotion to something (gen. ) :-- Sybbe lufu, Ps. Th. 84, 9. Hwæðer ðé æ-acute;nig lufe oððe lust sí æ-acute;nigre wemnesse, Solil. H. 36, 13. Eall sió lufu ðæs hæ-acute;medðinges biþ for gecynde haec caritas ex naturali intentione procedit, Bt. 34, 11 ; F. 152, 14. For ðára leásena spella lufan, 35, 5 ; F. 166, 16. IV. love between man and woman :-- Gif ðú hwilc æ-acute;nlic wíf lofodest, and heó nolde þé lufian on nán óðer gerád bútan þú woldest æ-acute;lce óðer lufe álétan for hyre ánre lufe, Solil. H. 42, 16. Lufan, Bt. 38, l; F. 194, 26. Hit þúhte him feáwa daga for þæ-acute;re lufe þe hé tó hire hæfde, Gen. 29, 20. Heó þæs beornes lufan wiðhogde, Jul. 41. Hé sinhígscipas gesamnaþ mid clæ-acute;nlicre lufe hic conjugii sacrum castis nectit amoribus, Bt. 21 ; F. 74, 38. Ðá lufe mon mæg swíþe uneáþe, oððe ná, forbeódan, 35, 6; F. 170, 11. Druncen beorg þé . . . and idese lufan, Fä. 26. IV a. personified :-- Ðec lufað clene lufe te diligat castus amor, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 202, 7. V. an object of desire :-- Hú sægde hire his lust and willan, þ-bar; his lufu wæ-acute;re þ-bar; hé þá stówe neósode þára eádigra apostola indicauit ei desiderium sibi inesse beatorum apostolorum limina uisitandi, Bd. 5, 19; Sch. 657, 14. VI. in phrases with a preposition. (1) with for, for the lofe or sake of :-- Ic ácsige þé hweðer þú áðer oððe for heora lufum oððe for éniges þinges lufum hym eft tó geénan wille . . . hweðer þú for heora lufum woldest ðás þing underfón, Solil. H. 38, 4-9. (2) with on :-- Gif him sý Meotud on lufan, Fä. 10. Ic hí on lufan mínre hæfde juae dilexi, Ps. Th. 118, 47 : 121, 6. v. bróbor-, móder-, weorold-lufu.

lufung, e; f. Loving, action of loving :-- Þá lufedon hí hyre mágas líchamlíce and on þæ-acute;re lufunge wæ-acute;ron hyre éhtende (amando persequentes), Gr. D. 73, 14.

luf-wende. Add: loving, affectionate :-- Amans homo byð lufwende man, Angl. viii. 331, 41. Lufwyndre sage amico fatu, An. Ox. 18, 26. [lch luuie þe tó leofmon, luuewende lauerd, Jul. 65, 5.]

lufwendlic friendly. For ' amabilis, Lye ' substitute :-- Lufwendlic wer vir amicabilis, Kent. Gl. 661.

lufwendlíce ; adv. In friendly fashion :-- Lufwendlíce blonde (in-greditur), Kent. Gl. 912.

luh. Add: [v. N. E. D. lough (1)] : luncian. v. hincian.

Lunden. Add: , e; f. :-- Nam man ðæt wíf and Sdrencte hí æt Lundene brigce, C. D. iii. 125, 14. Innan Lundene fenn; andlang súð on Temese, 73, 20. Lundéne ware biscop, iv. 291, 33. Lundene waru griðede wið þone here, Chr. 1016 ; P. 153, 8. Tó Lundene weard, P. 148, 14: 1052; P. 179, 7. On Paules byrig binnan Lundene, C. D. iv. 290, 15. On Súðrian wið Lundenne, iii. 349, 36. Hér wæs micel wælsliht on Lundenne, Chr. 839 ; P. 64, 3. Gemát on Lunden, 1050; P. 171. 37. A&b-bar;&b-bar; tó Lunden, 38. Hí on þá burh Lundene (or gen. ?) gefuhton, 1009 ; P. 139, 25.

Lunden-burh. Add :-- On Lundenbyrig, C. D. vi. 80, 12.

Lundenisc. Add; [Stephne cóm tó Lundene and te Lundenisce folc him underféng, Chr. 1135; P. 263, 14. Te Lundenissce folc, 1140; P. 266, 30.]

Lunden-tún London :-- From þæm nédbáderum in Lutidentúnes hýðe, C. D. i. 114, 21.

Lunden-waru, e; f. The Londoners, people of London :-- Lunden-waru griðode wið þone here, Chr. 1016; Erl. 159, 22.

Lunden-weg, es; m. The London-road :-- Andlang ðæs mylanweges on ðone Lundenweg ; andlang ðes Lundænes weges, C. D. vi. 31, 29.

lund-laga. Add: -- Lundlagan (-leogan, lxxii, 5) veniculos. Lch. i. lxxiv, 28.

-lunga. v. -linga.

lungen. Add: -- Wia miltan sáre foxes lungen . . . gesoden. Ll. i. 340, 4, 11. Smyre mid þám wæ-acute;tan þe drýpe of healfsodenre rammes lungenne (-ene, v. l.), 356, 19. Hé ásceát áne flán and átæ-acute;sde ðone cyning betwux þæ-acute;re lungene (inter pulmonem et stomachum, 2 Kings 22, 34), Hml. S. 18, 221.

lungen-ádl. Add: -- Dolhsealf wið lungenádle, Lch. ii. 92, 13.

lungen-æ-acute;der, e; f. A lung-vein :-- Læ-acute;t him of lungenæ-acute;dre blód. Lch. ii. 106, 24.

lungen-sealf. Add: -- Wyrc lungensealfe, nim cost . . . . Lch. iii. 70, l.

lunger; adj. Quick to act [: -- Ceáslunger eontentiosus, Chrd. 19, 12]. [O. Sax. , O. H. Ger. lungar strenuus, expeditus. '] See next word.

lungre. Add: I. of prompt action :-- Eódon lungre under linde, nalæs late wæ-acute;ron eorre æscberend, An. 46. Lungre leórdan, nalas leng bidon, 1044. II. of violent action :-- Ic lungre earn deópe gedréfed, Cri. 167. Flódwylm ne mæg manna æ-acute;nigne ofer Meotudes ést lungre gelettan, An. 518 : 1423: 1474. III. of unchecked action :-- Ne magan wé him lungre láð ætfæstan (cf. hine God forstód, 1337), An. 1349. See preceding word.

lús. Add :-- Wið lúsan sealf . . . sóna ðá lýs swyltað, Lch. iii. 54, 21-25 : 28. Wyrc sealfe wið lúsum . . . seó sealf gedéð þ-bar; þæ-acute;r bið þára lúsa læ-acute;s, 50, 16-18.

lust. Add. : I. pleasure, delight :-- Þú hæfst ongyten þá wonclan trúwa þæs blindan lustes deprehendisti caeci numinis ambiguos vultus, Bt. 7, 2; F. 18, 3. Hé hæfde his heofonríce hér on eorðan, þá him nánes willan næs forwyrnd hér, ne nánes lustes on þysse weorulde. Ps. Th. 48,