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NEBB -- NÉÞAN 649

33, 4> F. 132, 26), Met. 249- Mnn and neát (nýtenu, Ps. Th. Rdr.) homines et iumenta, Ps. Vos. Srt. Cam. 35, 7.

nebb. add :-- Hér pilus, neb piceca, Wrt. Voc. ii. 117, 41-42. I. Add :-- Mid nebbe pluc[ciað] rostra (apes) decerpunt. An. Ox. 100. III. add :-- Nebb uultus, An. Ox. 2931. Dragað hine niwelne his neb tó eorðan, Hml. S. 14, 155. Ðá hé fleáh, ðá tórýpte hine án bré(m)ber ofer ðæt nebb. Ðá hé ætsacan wolde, ðá sæ-acute;de him mon ðæt tó tácne, C. D. ii. 134, 28. Þú gesceáwast ðæs mannes neb, and God sceáwað his heortan, Hml. Th. i. 288, 6. Eówer nebb sint suá scamleás suá ðára wífa ðe beóð forelegnissa frons mulieris meretricis facia est tibi, Past. 207, 9.

-neb[b], -nebba, -nebbe. v. geáp-, salo-neb[b], hyrned-nebba, twi-nebbe : neb-gebræc. l. -gebræ-acute;c.

neb-sealf, e; f. A face-salve :-- Nebsealfe stibio, An. Ox. 4, 25. Of nebsealue, 8, 269.

neb-wlátung. For 'frontositas . . . word' substitute :-- Nebwlátung, æ-acute;wyscnes inpudentia, An. Ox. 4306: neb-wlatung. Dele.

neb-wlitu. Add: neb-wlite; es; m. :-- Heora nebwlite þurh ðá mycclan sorhge mid ealle áhlæ-acute;nsode, Hml. S. 23, 126. Eall heora nebwlite ongann tó scínenne swilce seó þurhbeorhte sunne, 820. Him gelícode hire fægra nebwlite, Hml. A. 94, 89. Hé beseah on hire scínendan nebbwlite, 109, 245: Hml. S. 29, 169. Heora nebwlite wæ-acute;ron swilce rose and lilie, 23, 780.

nefa. I. for other examples see ge-nefa. II. add: in a general sense, a descendant, pl. children's children :-- Nefena nefen[a] prone-potum (qui nepotum et pronepotum piacula abolere potuisset), An. Ox. 5029. Æftergengcum, nefenum nepotibus (haeredibus et futuris nepotum nepotibus), 3370.

nefe (?), an ; f. A grand-daughter :-- Se cyng blissode on his ylde þ-bar; hé geseah his nefan (nefenan?) mid hire were, Ap. Th. 27, 9.

nefene. Dele second passage, for which see nefa.

nefne. II. add: II a. without negative, only, nothing but :-- Dó tó drence næ-acute;dran geworhte swá læ-acute;cas cunnon, and þonne hié æ-acute;lcra drincan willen, drincan hié nemne wæter, Lch. ii. 202, 18.

-néhþ. v. efen-éhþ, -néhþ: -néhwian. v. ge-néhwian.

nemnan. I. add: Monega eá sindon be noman nemnede for ðæ-acute;m gefeohte, Ors. 2, 4; S. 72, 12. Ia. with cognate accusative :-- Þú nemst bys naman Hæ-acute;lend, Mt. 1, 21. II. add :-- Þ UNCERTAIN héhste gód þe wé nemnaþ God, Bt. 39, 7 ; F. 220, 31. Þone swylcne seócne læ-acute;cas nemniað gewitleásne, Gr. D. 247, 14. Hér wé magon gehiéran, ðá hé be ðæ-acute;m wróhtgeornan secgean wolde, ðæt hé hine nemde se áworpna, Past. 357, 23. Gíf þú swá gewlæ-acute;tne mon métst . . . , ne miht ðú hine ná mid rihte nemnan man, ac neát (hominem aestimare non possis), Bt. 37, 4; F. 192, 13. IV. add: (l) to mention a subject (person or thing) :-- Þonne ðú gehýrst nemnan þone Fæder, þonne understenst ðú þæt hé hæfð Sunu. Eft þonne þú cwyst Sunu, þú wást þæt hé hæftð Fæder, Hml. Th. i. 284, 10. Ðú sæ-acute;dest þ-bar; ðú nystest æ-acute;lcre gesceafte ende; ac wite nú þ-bar; þ-bar; is æ-acute;lcre gesceafte ende þ-bar; þú self æ-acute;r nemdest, þ-bar; is God, Bt. 34, 12 ; F. 154, 14. IV a. to mention the name of a person, mention by name :-- Se Hæ-acute;lend spræc be ðám rícan, 'Sum ríce man wæs.' Eft be ðám wæ-acute;dlan, 'Sum ðearfa wæs geháten Lazarus' . . . Ne nemde se Hæ-acute;lend þone welegan, ac ðone wæ-acute;dlan, 6. IV b. with cognate accusative, to give the name of :-- Hé his yldrena naman nemde he gave the names of his parents, Hml. S. 23, 683. v. tó-nemnan.

nemning, e; f. Name, appellation :-- Hé his yldrena naman nemde, hwæt þæs ánes nama wæs and hwæt þæs óþres næmnincg wæs, Hml. S. 23, 684.

-neód; adj. v. ofer-neód.

neód-. v. níd-.

neód-full. Add :-- Nú bidde ic míne arce&b-bar; and ealle míne leó&b-bar; þ-bar; hý ealle neódfulle beón ymbe Godes gerihta. Cht. E. 230, 14.

neódlíce. Add :-- Þý neódlícor gehelpan þám ylcan tédriendum mannum eisdem infirmantibus prodesse propinquius, Gr. D. 267, 20.

neom. Add :-- Þára þú neart gemyndig læng quorum non es memor amplius, Ps. L. 87, 4.

-neórþ. v. ge-neórþ.

neorxna wang. Add :-- Brúcað gé Godes neorxnewonges, Hml. S. 30, 101. Ðá ðá hí æ-acute;rest gesceapene wæ-acute;ron on neorxna wonge, Past. 40S. 27.

neorxnawang-lic; adj. Of paradise :-- Hér onginneð se þridda flód of dám neorxnawanglican wylle, Gr. D. 179, I.

neósian. Add :-- Untrum ic wses and gé neósadun mín infirmus eram, et visitasti me, Mt. R. 25, 36.

neósung. Add :-- Hú miccle swíðor is Godes andweardnys and his neósung æ-acute;ghwæ-acute;r . . . Godes gást áfandað ealra manna heortan, and ðá ðe on hine gelýfað, þá hé gegladað mid his neósunge, Hml. Th. i. 288, 2-9. Nis nánra geongra manna neósung tó þæ-acute;m ad quas (nuns) juvenum nullus accessus est, R. Ben. 139, 8. Dæ-acute;le man . . . frófer þám dreórigan, neósunge þám seócan, Wlfst. 74, 5.

neoþan. Add :-- Ðunor cymð of hæ-acute;tan and of wæ-acute;tan. Seó lyft týhð ðone wæ-acute;tan tó hyre neoðan, and ðá hæ-acute;tan ufon (-an, v.l.), Lch. iii. 280, 3. v. under-neoþan.

neoþemest. Add: v. under-neoþemest.

neoþerä. Add: of degree, rank, &c., inferior :-- Þæs niðeran (nyþeran, An. Ox. 593) lífes inferioris uitae, Hpt. Gl. 420, 34. Ne onscunige ic nó þæs neoþeran and þæs unclæ-acute;nan stówe, Bt. 5, I; F. 10, 15. Hú nearwe and hú ænge wæ-acute;ron ealle ðá neoðerran gesceafta, Gr. D. 174, 16. Hit wirð gewundod mid ðæ-acute;m hungre ðæs nyðemestan and dæs fúlestan geðóhtes cupiditatis infimae fame sauciatur, Past. 283,

neoþor. Add :-- Niðerer inferius, Hpt. Gl. 420, 10. Seó eorðe stent on ælemiddan swá gefæstned þ-bar; heó næ-acute;fre ne býhð náþor ne ufor ne nyðor (neoðor, nyþror, v.ll.), Lch. iii. 254, 18.

neówlinga. v. níwlinga.

neowol. I. add :-- Nimað þisne scyldigan . . . and dragað hine niwelne (neowelne, v.l.) his neb tó eorðan, Hml. S. 14, 155. II. add :-- Drohtnoð habban . . . in neowlum áttre (in the poison of the bottomless pit), Wlfst. 188, 8. On neowlum in imo, Scint. 21, 12. Tó neowlum ad ima, 4, 17: 20, 8. Neolum imis, Lch. i. lxxv, 3. Þeáh se man gewíte in ðá neowelestan scrafa, Verc. Först. 103, 10.

neowol-lic. Add :-- On deópum, niwelicum grunde in fundo, profundo, i. imo maris, An. Ox. 1942.

neowol-ness. Add: I. of a deep place on earen :-- Ofer þá stówe ufon wæs hangiende unmæ-acute;te stánclif, and eác beneoðan swíþe deóp neowelnys (niwolnys, niolnes, v.ll.) ginode in loco ingens desuper rupes eminet, et profundum subter praecipitium patet, Gr. D. 52, 18. Under þám ylcan eáhþyrle geonode mycclu neolnes (niwelnes, v.l. ), 159, 25. II. of the lower regions :-- Seó grániende neowelnys and seó forglendrede hell, Wlfst. 187, l. Þá átuge míne sáwle of neolnessum (ab inferis), Ps. Th. 29, 2.

nepte. Add: [From Latin] : -nereness. v. ge-nereness.

nergend. Add :-- Þis is þæs ælmihtigan Dryhtnes sylfes múðes cwide . . . 'Ic eom se ælmihtiga Dryhten and eallra gásta nerigend," Verc. Först. 121, 8.

nergend-lic; adj. That should be preserved (?) :-- Q. For þám micel gód (the MS. lias the accent) and nergendlic swýðe, and þú fintst blisse, Hpt. 21, 189.

nerian. Add: v. á-nerian: nering. Add :-- Nerun[ge], An. Ox. 5395 : -neru. v. ealdor-, feorh-neru.

nesan. Add :-- Hwílum ús earfoðlíce gesæ-acute;leð on s-æ-acute;we, þéh wé síð nesan, An. 515. Gif hié brim nésen and gesundne síð settan mósten, El. 1004.

nese. Add: (l) saying no to a question :-- 'Hwæþer ðín woruld eall wæ-acute;re æfter ðínum willan.' Ðá andsworode Boetius: 'Nese, lá, nese; næs ic næ-acute;fre gít náne hwíle swá emnes módes . . .', Bt. 26, 1 ; F. 90, 24, Nese, lá, nese; ne mín ne nánes mannes nis tó þám creftig . . . , Solil. H. 4, 3. (3) where a request, command, &c., is refused :-- Críst séde þæt se yfela welega béde Abraham þæt hé sende Lazarus. . . . Ðá cwæd Abraham: 'Nese, . . .', Solil. H. 67, 30. 'Nese, naese,' 68, 7. 'Uton . . . spurian tó morgen furður.' 'Nese, lá, nese,' 46, I. 'Næse, lá, nese, ' 49, 12. (3) where a prohibition is assented to :-- 'Þ UNCERTAIN án ic þé bebeóde, þ-bar; þú . . . ne forgite þ-bar; þ-bar; ic æ-acute;r tæ-acute;hte. 'Ðá cwæþ ic : 'Nese, ne forgite ic hit nó,' Bt. 34, 9; F. 146, 15. (4) where dissent is expressed :-- 'Hí ondrédon þ-bar; wé heom for ðon grame beón woldon, for ðon þe hí æ-acute;r ús hýran noldon.' Ðá cwæð se cásere: 'Nese' (there was no reason for them to think so), Hml. S. 23, 275. Hé cwæð be him sylfum tó þám cýpemannum: 'Syllíce is mé ánum gelumpen . . . man mid wítum ofgán willað æt mé þ-bar; ic mid rihtan þingon begyten hæfde.' Ðá andwyrdon þá cýpemen : 'Nese, nese, leófa man, ne miht þú ús ná swá bepæ-acute;cean mid þínan sméðan wordan,' 601. (5) as representing a negative statement :-- Oððe wéne gé ðæt æ-acute;gðer sié mid mé ge gise ge nese ut sit apud me, est et non, Past. 308, 9.

-ness. The suffix is attached to nouns, v. hæftníd-, mægenþrym-, wyndreám-ness; to adjectives, e. g. gód-, swít-, gífer-, nearu-ness; to numerals or pronouns, v. án-, hwilc-ness; to past participles, v. álífed-, gedréfed-ness; for-sewen-, ágoten-, gecoren-ness; to verbal roots, (l) weak : v. íc-, líf-, nere-, styre-ness. (2) strong: v. foreseó-, grów-, weax-ness. (3) pret. pres. wit-ness.

nestig. v. nihstig.

netele. Add: netel, e :-- Þá geseah hé þæ-acute;r neáh him weaxan þicce scaldþýfelas netelena (netlenu, nytelena, v. ll.) and brémela (urticarum et veprium) . . . hé hine sylfne nacodne wylede on þæ-acute;ra netela (netlena, nytelena, v. ll.) tendingum, Gr. D. 101, 11-17.

néþan. Add: (l) absolute :-- Him wzs mycel ege tó þon þ-bar; hé húru tó swýðe ne nýðde (gedyrstláhte, v.l.), gif hé þæs ungewunelican þinges tó Gode wilnode he was very much afraid of venturing too far, if he desired that unusual thing of God, Gr. D. 18, 10. (2) with preposition :-- Ic swíðe unmeodum geneahhe néðde tó Dryhtnes líchoman and tó his ðám deórwyrþan blóde I ventured far too frequently to go to the Lord's Supper, Angl. xi. 99, 70. (3) with clause :-- Hwæt is þes