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LUST-BÆ-acute;RE -- LYFT 623

18. Luste oblectamento (verborum frauduleitlo), An. Ox. 5285. Hwæðer him ðæt geðóht cume of fæ-acute;rlicum luste (delectatione), Past. 417, 5. Hé lust wigeð, B. 599. Hú manige þú forléten hæbbe þisse worlde lusta for Gode, Solil. H. 23, 4, 7. Ic ongite þætte . . . seó héhste blis nis on þám flæ-acute;sclicum lustum video . . . nec laetitiam voluptatibus posse contíngere, Bt. 33, I ; F. 120, 6. ¶ with prep, or oblique case used adverbially, (v. II. ¶) with pleasure, gladly. (l) with prep, on luste, on lust :-- Wíf bæd hine blíðne æt þæ-acute;re beórþege . . . Hé on lust geþeah seleful, B. 618: Vy. 76: Rä. 71, 7. Sceal lof Drihtnes on lust sprecan mín múð, Ps. Th. 144, 21. (2) dat. (inst. ) :-- Seó sáwl mid gefeán séceð lustum þæt lámfæt, Seel. 133 : 136. Wé þás sæ-acute;lác lustum bróhton tíres tó tácne, B. 1653. Hé (Christ) lustum dreág ehtendra níð, Gú. 495. God weorðiað mid lofsangum lustum myclum, Ps. Th. 99, 3. Hé (Noah) stáh ofer streámweall lustum miclum, Gen. 1495. II. desire, appetite for something :-- Monað módes lust ferd tó féran, Seef. 36. Úsic lust hweteð on þá leódmearce, An. 286. þæt ic þé mæge lust áhwettan that I may whet your appetite, i. e. make you more ready (to take us as passengers), 303. Ne lyse me nú þæs; ac gyf hyt mé æ-acute;fre on lust becymi I do not desire it, but if ever it becomes a desire to me, Solil. H. 36, 16. ¶ in a bad sense, greed: -- Ús þurh þíne lust and gítsunga onscunian sceal Scippend, Bt. 7, 5; F. 24, 5. II a. with gen, of thing desired :-- Ic wolde witan hwæ-acute;der de æ-acute;nig lufe oððe lust sí æ-acute;nigre wemnesse, Solil. H. 36, 14. On ðæ-acute;m luste yfles weorces, Past. 71, 14. Lust leófes sídes, Exod. 53. Þurh úrena lust, Cri. 369. II b. with clause giving that which is desired :-- Him wæs lust micel þæt hé þiossum leódum leóð spellode, Met. Bin. 3. Se Sceoppend eallra gesceafta hæfþ forgifen æ-acute;nne lust eallum his gesceaftum, þ-bar; is þ-bar; hí woldon á bióti, Bt. 34, 12; F. 152, 17. Hé sægde hire his lust and willan, þ-bar; his lufu wæ-acute;re þ-bar; hé þá stówe neósode, Bd. 5, 19; Sch. 657, 13. III a. (one's) desire or wish :-- Hé wénþ gif hé ðonne lust begite if he get his desire, Bt. 34, 7 ; F. 144, 4. Þæt bid eádig wer, sé ðe á þenceð þ-bar; hé his lust on þon gefylle beatus vir qui implevit desiderium suum ex ipsis, Ps. Th. 126, 6. Hí hiora lusta lifdon hwíle desiderium eorum attulit eis, 77, 29. Hé hí lifian hét lustum heortena (secundnm desideria cordis eorum), 80, 12. þ-bar; mon fulgá eallum his lustum, Bt. 24, 2 ; F. 82, 13. II. ¶ with prep. or oblique case used adverbially (v. I. ¶), with alacrity, willingly, eagerly. (l) with prep, on luste, on lust :-- Wæ-acute;ron æscwigan . . . síðes gefýsde . . . , fóron on luste cáseres bodan, El. 262. (2) with case :-- Heó (Hagar) lustum ne wolde þeówdðm þolian, Gen. 2239.Þá clæ-acute;nan folc . . . æ-acute;r sínne cwide georne, lustum læ-acute;stun, Cri. 1225. Ic þé gearuwe tó, æt leóhte gehwám, lustum wacie, Ps. Th. 62, l. Mé lustum álýs, and mé lungre weorð, . . . georne þeccend, 70, 2. Hú ic æ-acute; þine lustum lufode, 118, 97. Lustume (lustum ?) voluntarie, Rtl. 28, 13. III. sensuous appetite or desire, considered as sinful or leading to sin :-- Se lust ðe hine geunrótsað, Past. 417, 8. Sió scyld de hiene ðurh sciénesse costað for his luste, 79, 22. Ðá ðe mid fæ-acute;rlice luste (cf. unryhtgewilnunge, 30) bióð oferswíðde qui repentina concupiscentia superantur, 429, 33. Þá þe æfter hiora líchoman luste irnaþ, Bt. 41, 3 ; F. 246, 24. Lusta libidinum, An. Ox. 1907. Líchamlicere geþeódnesse lustum carnalis copul&e-hook; volnptatibus, 1606. Sé þe líþ on his líchaman lustum, hé bið anlícost féttum swínum, Bt. 37, 4 ; F. 192, 25. Hé ofdrysce ðá lustas his unðeáwa, Past. 85, 12. Wé á sculon ídle lustas, synwunde forseón, Cri. 756. IV. sexual appetite or desire :-- Ðá ðe ofðryscai ðá styringe ðæs flæ-acute;sclican lustes, Past. 409, 2. Wræ-acute;ne on lust áslád (praeses) petulcus in luxum labescit, An. Ox. 4650. V. lust, passionate desire for something :-- Wæs se leódhete þrohtheard . . . þrymman sceócon módige maguþegnas morðres on luste, woldon on þám hysebeorþre heafolan gescénan, An. 1142. VI. of a thing, vigour, lustiness (?) :-- Úp gewát líg and þurh lust (by its violence ?) geslóh micle máre þonne gemet wæ-acute;re, Dan. 249. v. geoguþ-, unriht-, wamm-, weorold-, wyn-lust.

lust-bæ-acute;re. Add: I. pleasant, desirable :-- Ne geþyncð þé swelc gewin nóht lustbæ-acute;re, Ors. 3, I ; S. 94, 30. Ðæt hit sié ðe lusðbæ-acute;rre tó gehléranne, Past. 303, 6. II. desirous : -- Hié beóð tó myndgianne ðára góda ðe hié æ-acute;r dydon, ðæt hié sién ðe lusðbæ-acute;rran tó gehiéranne ðæt him mon beódan wielle, Past. 303, 8.

lustbæ-acute;re; adv. With pleasure, gladly, willingly :-- Ic wolde lustbæ-acute;re mid tácne þæ-acute;re hálgan róde mé bletsian, ac ic næbbe ðá mihte volo me signare, sed non possum, Hml. Th. i. 534, 23. Sum eáwfæst ðegen bæd ðone hálgan wer . . . , and hé lustbæ-acute;re ðæs getíðode, ii. 172, 9. Hé efne mode and gladum þá ðénunga lustbæ-acute;re gefylle ipso aequo animo impleat officium, R. Ben. 55, 17.

lustbæ-acute;r-lic. Add: -- Seó andweardnes þæ-acute;re lustbæ-acute;rlican onsýne praesentia concupitae formae, Gr. D. 188, 12.

lust-full, v. ge-lustfull.

lustfullian. Add: I. to take delight. (1) absolute, Bd. l, 27; Sch. 96, 20; 97, 11; 96, 7 (in Dict.). (2) to delight in (on), Hml. S. 8, 116 (in Dict.). (3) with dat. to be delighted with :-- Ic lustfullode ðæ-acute;re stówe swétnesse and wlite delectatus suauitate ac decore loci illius, Bd. 5, 12 ; Sch. 629, 12. Ongan hé lustfullian þæs bisceopes wordum Merbis delectatus, 2, 9; Sch. 148, 8. Ongan se bysceop lustfullian þæs iungan snytro and his wíslicra worda delectabatur antistes prudentia usrborum innenis, 5, 19 ; Sch. 658, 23. Lustfulliende (-igende, v. l.) þám écum médum delectatus praemiis, 4, 25 ; Sch. 497, 10. Wæs heó lustfulliende (-igende, v. l.) þæ-acute;re gódan foresetenesse delectata bono proposito, 5, 19; Sch. 657, 17. (3 a) with acc. (and dat. ?) :-- Se cyning ongan lustfullian þ-bar; clæ-acute;neste líf háligra and (mid, v. l. ) hiora gehátum rex delectatus uiía mundissima sanctorum et promissis eorum, Bd. I. 26; Sch. 58, 14. (4) with infin. :-- Ic lusfulliende wæs (lustfullode, v. l. ) þára gemánan brúcan þe ic on þæ-acute;re stówe sceáwade delectatus consortio eorum, quos in illo loco uidebam, Bd. 5, 12 ; Sch. 629, 10. II. to give delight :-- Ðeáh ðæt ðæ-acute;m móde lícige and lustfullige (delectat), Past. 71, 23.

lustfull-nes. Add :-- Þá þá hé geseah þá lustfullnesse þæs líchaman (delectationem carnis) . . . hé spræc þysne cwyde : ' Eall seó lustfulnes and swétnes þæs líchaman weorðeþ tó wyrma geride (dulcedo illius vermes), Gr. D. 323, 1-3 : 8. His lustfullnysse him ne belífð nán ðing, Hex. 50, 25. Sió gítsung ðæt mód dæt hió gebindeð mid ðæ-acute;re lustfulnesse, hió hit gewundað avaritia capti animum, dum quasi delectat, exulcerat, Past. 71, 21. Gehiren hí ðæt ðás andweardan gód bióð from æ-acute;lcre lustfulnesse (a delectatione) gewítende, 441, 20: Gr. D. 322, 27. Lustfulnes[sa] inlecebras, uoluptates, An. Ox. 50, 6.

lustfullung. Add; I. in a not unfavourable sense :-- Gehwilce untrume and forsewenlice on ðissum middanearde swá miccle hraðor Godes stemne gehýrað, swá micclun. swá hí lytle lustfullunge on ðisum lífe habbað, Hml. Th. ii. 376, 6. I a. pleasure in something (gen.) :-- Þæt þú on míne heortan getryme þínra beboda lustfullunga, Angl. xi. 101, 28. II. in an unfavourable sense :-- On þreó wísan bið deófles costnung ; þæt is on tihtinge, on lustfullunge, on geðafunge. Deófol tiht ús tó yfele, ac wé sceolon . . . geniman náne lustfullunge tó ðæ-acute;re tihtinge . . . Se Hæ-acute;lend mihte beón gecostnod þurh tihtinge, ac nán lustfullung ne hrepede his mód, Hml. Th. i. 174, 30-176, 7. -Ic gesyngode on yfelre geðafunge, and on unclæ-acute;nre lustfullunge, Angl. xi. 112, 14. Nihtsumere wynne þá ásmeádan lustfullunga opulentí luxus exquisita oblectamenta, An. Ox. 325. v. ge-lustfullung.

lust-grin, l. -grín : -lustian. v. ge-lustian.

lustlíce. Add :-- Yfel biþ gesæ-acute;lþ gif hit mon lustlíce déð and geðyldi líce áræfnþ beata sors omnis est aequinamitate tolerantis, Bt. 11. l ; F. 32, 31 : 38, 7; F. 210, 14. Ic lióða fela lustlíce (v. lustbæ-acute;rlíce) sanc, Met. 2, l. Sé ðe Godes beboda lustlíce gehýrð, and lustlícor mid weorcuni gefylð, Hml. Th. i. 552, 2. Hé sylþ mé hors oþþe beáh þæt þe lustlícor cræft mínne ic (the hunter) begancge, Coll. M. 22, 38.

lustsum-líc. Add :-- Ðá syndon swýþe fægere and lustsumlíce on tó seónne, Ors. 1, 3; S. 32, 14.

lustume. v. lust; II. ¶ 2.

lútan. Add :-- Heó leát tó siege, and hé slóh þá tó mid eallum mægene she bent to receive the blow, and he struck at her with all his might, Hml. S. 12, 211.

lutian. Add :-- Ic lutie delituo, An. Ox. 18 b, 20. Synne áttor lutude (latebai) on geþance, Scint. 39, 7. Lutode torpebat, Germ. 401, 23. Þisne lutigendne (latitantem) in þám scræfe þá hyrdas gemétton, Gr. D. 100, 8. Lutiende delitescente, i. latitante, An. Ox. 3745. Wunda lutigendra vulnerum latenfium, Hy. S. 33, 25. [Cf. Goth. lutón.] v. æt-, be-, ge-lutian.

lybean. Add: -- Lybisng dilatura&e-hook; (ligaturas ?), Hpt. 33, 250, 8.

lyb-lác. Add: -- Uton forbúgan þá synleahtras þe ús forbodene synd, þ-bar; is . . . lyblác and ealle þá unþeáwas þe deóflu on mancynn gebringað, Wlfst. 135, 3.

lyb-læ-acute;ca. Add: -- Þá lyblæ-acute;ccan and þá ðe manige galdor cunnon and þá ðe gelóme galaþ . . . þá þe hér bióð þá mæ-acute;stan drýicgan and gealdorcræftigan and lyblácan ne cumað næ-acute;fre of þæ-acute;ra wyrma seáðe, Nap. 43. Lyblaecan caragios, Wrt. Voc. ii. 103, 24.

lyffetere. Add: -- Lyftere (lystere, MS. ; but cf. liffetere favisor, Wrt. Voc. i. 49, 14. Ólecceþ fauet ii. 147, 19) fautoris (strophosi fautoris instinctu, Aid. 66, 19. Cf. instinctu strophosi hostis, 37, 3, in both passages the devil is meant), An. Ox. 4674. Lyffeterum parasitis, An. Ox. 11. 183.

lyffettan. Add :-- Þænne hí lyfetað dum adulantur, R. Ben. 1. 110, 11. Mardocheus sæt þæ-acute;r úte and nolde álútan ne lyffettan þám Amane cum A man vidisset Mardochaeum sedentem ante fores palatii, et non solum non assurrexisse sibi, sed nec motum qtiidem de loco sessionis suae, Hml. A. 97, 194. Hé nolde næ-acute;fre lyffettan ne mid ólecunge spræcan, Hml. S. 31, 626. Swá gewuna is þ-bar; þæ-acute;ra liffetendra (adulanlium) tunge cwylmeð þæs sáwle þe hí gehýran wile . . . preóstas liffetende syrwdon, Gr. U. 34, 26-35, 1.

lyffetung. Add :-- Ðæt mód undercrýpð seó leáse liffetung (adulatio), 3r. D. 35, 16. Manna lyffetunge ic lufode tó swíðe, Angl. xi. 113, 51. Þás magon þyllice óðre mid lyffetungum tó leahtrum gehnexian, Hml. S. 16, 174.

lyft. Add: I. air as one of the four elements :-- Sié eorþe is drýge and ceald, and þ-bar; wæter wæ-acute;t and ceald; sié lyft . . . is æ-acute;gðer ge ceald ge wæ-acute;t, Bt. 33, 4; F. 128, 35. þ-bar; lyft ys wæ-acute;t and wearm. . . fýr býð wearm and drigge. . . eorðe ys ceald and drigge . . . wæter is ceald and