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NORÞ-AND-EÁST-RODOR -- NUNN-MYNSTER 655

norþ-and-eást-rodor. v. norþeást-rodor: norþan-wind. Add: v. riht-norþanwind.

norþ-dæ-acute;l. I. add :-- Hér oðeówdon fýrena leóman on norðdæ-acute;le þæ-acute;re lyfte, Chr. 926; P. 107, 19. Hú wæs þes middaneard tódæ-acute;led æfter þám flóde ? Sem . . . þone eástdæ-acute;l middaneardes þe is geháten Asia . . . Cham þone súðdæ-acute;l. . . Affrica, . . . Iafeth . . . norðdæ-acute;l . . . Europa, Angl. vii. 40, 375. II. add :-- Ic wille wyrcean mín setl on norðdæ-acute;le ponam sedem meam ad Aquilonem, Past. 111, 24. Arcton hátte án tungol on norðdæ-acute;le, Lch. iii. 270, 9.

norþ-eást; adv. Add: in the north-east, to the north-east :-- Gif þunor bið mycel eást oððe norðeást, Archiv cxx. 48, 23. Norð tó ðére lytlan díc . . . swá norðeást tó ðæ-acute;re lytlan ríðe, C. D. v. 195, 8. [Se leóma þe him from stód . . . wæs swilce ormæ-acute;te beám geþúht norðeást scínende, Chr. 1106; P. 240, 22. Cf. Scipmen saeden þ-bar; hí sæ-acute;gon onnorðeást fír micel, 1122 ; P. 250, 30.]

norþeást-hyrne a north-east corner :-- Stód þæ-acute;r án ród on ðæ-acute;re eorðan on ðám norðeásthyrnan, Vis. Lfc. 71.

norþeást-rodor the north-east sky, the north-east :-- Eóde wit ongeán norðeástrodor (norð-and-eástrodor, v. l.), swá sunnan uppgang bið æt middum sumera incedebamus contra ortum solis solstitialem, Bd. 5, 12; Sch. 615, 17.

norþ-efes a northern margin :-- Be ðám wege oð ðá norðefes, C. D. v. 221, 2.

norþ-ende. Add :-- On ðæs hlincæs norðændæ, C. D. v. 242, 31. Man beád þá folce þider út ofer ealne þisne norðende, Chr. 1052 ; P. 175. 29.

norþerne. Add :-- Griffin se norþerna cyng (king of North Wales), Chr. 1046 ; P. 164, 28. v. eást-norþerne.

norþ-heald; adj. Sloping to the north, bent northwards :-- Of þám hwítan treówe on ðæt norðhealde treów; of ðám norðhealdan treówe, C. D. B. ii. 246, 32.

norþ-healf. Add :-- On norðhealfe þæs híredes mearc, C. D. B. iii. 15, 12. Hé is bebyrged on ðá norðhealfe on S&c-tilde;e Paulus postice, Chr. 976; P. 122, 14. Hí gelógodon S&c-tilde;e Ælfeáges líchaman on norðhealfe X&p-tilde;e es weófodes, 1023; P. 156, 23.

norþ-hilde a north-slope :-- Oð ðæs clifes norðhyldan, C. D. iii. 418, 25: 33.

norþ-hyrne a north-corner :-- Tó mórmæ-acute;de norðhyrnan, C. D. iii. 449, 20.

norþ-land. Add: land lying, to the north :-- Hí hwemdon mid þám scypon wið þæs norðlandes, Chr. 1052 ; P. 180, 19.

norþ-lang; adj. Having its length extending northwards, running north and south :-- Tó ðon norðlangan gráfette, C. D. v. 195, 6. On ðone norðlangan hlinc, iii. 135, 24.

Norþmandisc; adj. Norman :-- Æfter Norðmandiscere lage, Ll. Th. i. 489, 11.

Norþ-mann. I. add :-- Þám wæ-acute;penleásum menn onbugon þá Francan and þá fyrlenan Norðmenn, Hml. S. 29, 177.

norþ-rihtes; adv. Due north :-- Ðonne norðrihtes andlang cumbes, C. D. iii. 450, 5.

norþ-sæ-acute;. Add :-- Ðis synt ðára .xxx. hída landgemæ-acute;ro tó Cawelburnan on Wiht. Æ-acute;rest of sæ-acute; . . . ðanon on súðsæ-acute; . . . andlang Cawelburnan útt on norðsæ-acute;, C. D. v. 82, 24.

norþ-sciphere a northern fleet :-- Wæs Legeceasterscír gehergod fram Norðsciphere, Chr. 980; P. 124, 10.

norþ-þunor thunder in the north :-- Se norðþunor bécnað scépa deáð Archiv cxx. 48, 21.

norþ-weard; adv. Add :-- Þonne se dæg langað þonne gæ-acute;ð seó sunne norðweard . . . Ðonne heó norðweard byð, þonne macað heó lenctenlice emnihte on middeweardum hyre ryne, Lch. iii. 250, 20-25.

nos-gristle. Add: an; f.

nos-þyrel. Add :-- God gesceóp ús twá eágan and twá eáran, twá nosþirlu and twégen weleras, Ælfc. Gen. Thw. 4, 16.

nostle. Add :-- Nostlæ uitla (uicta, MS. ), An. Ox. 53, 28.

nosu. I. Dele 'also an', and add: a nostril; pl. the nostrils, nose :-- 'Ðín nosu is swelce se torr on Libano. 'Ðæt is ðæt wé oft gestincað mid úrum nosum ðæt wé mid úrum eágum gesión ne magon. Mid ðæ-acute;m nosum (per nasum) wé tósceádað góde stincas and yfele. Hwæt is getácnod ðurh ðá nosu (per nasum) . . . ?, Past. 433, 19-22. Is sió lytle nosu ðæt mon ne sié gescádwís; for ðæ-acute;m mid ðæ-acute;re nose wé tósceádað ðá stencas, 65, 19-21. Nosa habbað nares habent, Ps. Vos. 113, 6 second: 134, 17. II. substitute: nóse, an; f, taking it as a separate word.

not-georn; adj. Busy in useful employment, profitably employed diligent in business :-- Sé ðe wæ-acute;re idelgeorn, weorðe sé notgeorn, Wlfst. 72, 9.

-noþ- v. droht-, fisc-, fód-, fóddor-, fóstor-, fugel-, hæft-, hleó-, hunt, sæ-acute;d-, wig-noþ (-naþ).

notian. I a. add :-- Ic notode þæ-acute;ra hláfa, Hml. S. 23 b 568. I d. :-- Ámang þám feó þe wé on þysum dagum notiað Hml. S. 23, 706. Feoh þe man on fyrndagum slóh, and on ðæ-acute;ra yldrena cásera tíman notode, 615. Ðis synd þára bóca tácn þe mon on cyrican tó godcundum þeówdóme notigan sceal . . . Ðonne þú anti-phonariam habban wille . . . for þon hé is genotod, Tech. ii. 119, 1-4. Notian, 120, 24. Tyrn . . . swilce þú notian wille, 119, 12. Underféngon hí hyra horsa tó brúcenne and tó notienne, Gr. D. 16, 4. Þæ-acute;ra (hláfa) ic breác notigende, Hml. S. 23 b, 521. [v. N. E. D. note.]

notu. I. add :-- Tó singenne sóðlíce notu unrótnysse heortan gefréfrað psallendi enim utilitas tristitiam cordis consolatur, Scint. 33, 7. Note utilitati, An. Ox. 7, 353. II. add: occupation, or work, as properly pertaining or assigned to a person :-- Notu ministerium, Chrd. 52, 24 : 13, 21. Hit mínra þegna . lii. tó loman gerénode þæt hié mec æ-acute;nigre note nytte beón ne meahton (inutiles fecit), Nar. 15, 27. Ne sceolde hé nán ðing forgýman ðe æ-acute;fre tó note mehte, Angl. ix. 265, 7: 260, 14. [v. N. E. D. note.] v. hád-, sundor-notu.

not-wirþe; adj. Useful :-- Notwurðe hé bið utilis erit, Archiv cxxix. 18, 13. v. nyt-weorþ.

nówend, es; m. A skipper, mariner, sailor :-- Þis is se heáhengel sanctus Michael and se æ-acute;ðela nówend and se gleáwa frumlida . . . sé ðe rhid heofonlicum wælum his scip gefylleð, An. Ox. 32, note. His nówent (nauta), þám wæs nama Uaracc . . . se nówent rihte þ-bar; lytle scip þe wiþhindan þám máran scipe gefæstnod wæs. Þá wearð se ráp tóbrocen, and hé onweg gewát. . . Þý þryddan dæge þá þá se biscop ne geseah ætýwan . . . þone nówent (nautam) . . . hé hine deádne gelýfde . . . Þá onwegánumenum þám nówende . . . se biscop férde . . . and þá þá hé cóm tó Rómána hýþe hé gemétte þone ylcan nówent (nautam), Gr. D. 346, 35 -- 347, 16. Nówendes, steórmannes naucleri, An. Ox, 32. Nówendes naucleri, nauclerus est dominus nauis, 5, 8: 7, 12 : 8. 6. Þá hwíle þe þá rówendas (nówentas, v. l. ) þæs scipes gegearwodon óþre geréþru dum nautae navis armamenta repararent, Gr. D. 306, 3, Ðára nornementa (nówenta?) nautarum, Txts. 181, 53.

nú. I. add: (1) at the present time :-- Þú ána nú géna (gýta, v. l.) eart bysceop geméted, Bd. 1. 27; Sch. 73, 3. (2) in the time immediately following on the present moment, immediately :-- Hát mé nú sillan þá hearpan, þonne wást þú nú þ-bar; þú gít nást, Ap. Th. 16, 25. Nú ic sceall geendian earmlicum deáþe, Hml. S. 26, 249. (3) in the time directly preceding the present moment :-- Án wundor þæt ic ongæt nú for þrým nihtum (adhuc ante triduum), Gr. D. 234, 7 : 235, 19 : 232, 9. Ymbe þ-bar; ilce þú gyddodest nú hwéne æ-acute;r Bt. 5, 3 ; F. 12, 7. Þæt is gesewen þæt hé wæs gewiss his silfes forðfóre of þám þe wé nú secgon gehýrdon (ex his quae narrauimus), Bd. 4, 24; Sch. 492, 2: Ll. Th. ii. 348, 31. Ymbe þá þing þe wé nú handledon, Angl. viii. 304, 24: 298, 19. Hé wæs á mid Langbeardum oð nú .IV. geár (until four years from now), Gr. D. 234, 9. (4) with weakened temporal sense in sentences expressing a command or request :-- And nú, cyningas, ongeotað, Ps. Srt. 2, 10. Cleopian wé nú in eglum móde, Bl. H. 19, 2. Gehýran wé nú for hwon se blindo leóht onfeng, 11. (5) used to introduce an important point in an argument, or series of statements :-- Nú ús is gesæ-acute;d þ-bar; . . . nú gif þú æ-acute;nig þincg hæfst. . . , Hml. S. 26, 256-258. Nú cwæð se hálga Béda . . . þ-bar; . . . , 272. (5 b) inserted parenthetically with similar force :-- Þeáh hé nú máran wilnige, hé ne mæg furðum ðæt forðbringan, Bt. 18, 3; F. 64, 23. Hwí nis nú anweald tó tellanne tó sumum ðára héhstena góda ? . . . Hwæþer þ-bar; nú sié tó talianne wáclic . . . ?, Bt. 24, 4; F. 86, 14-16. (6) with preposition :-- Oð nú usque nunc, Ps. Srt. 70, 17. III. add :-- Nú, ic secge eów ecce prædixi vobis, Mt. 28, 7.

nú-hwílum; adv. Nowadays, at present :-- Þá þingeras þingiaþ núhwílum þæ-acute;m ðe læ-acute;ssan þearfe áhton nunc contra faciunt oratores. Bt. 38, 7; F. 208, 26. Cf. æ-acute;r-, geó-hwílum.

-numa. Add: here-numa.

nume-stán. Add: Cf. Calc calculus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 102, 39: calculus, ratio, vel sententia, vel numerus teblstán, 43. The gloss at 13, 6 seems to combine these two, and in this case nume-stán corresponds to the second. Could nume-stán be a mistake for nume[rus tæfl]stán ?

numol. Add: I. of the mind, able to grasp, capable :-- Andgytful, numel capax (memoriae), An. Ox. 3101. II. biting :-- Swá swá deáðes geféran, swá forfleóh þú þ-bar; numele wín ut mortis socium, sic mordax effuge vinum, Chrd. 74, 10.

-numolness. v. dæ-acute;l-numolness.

nunne. Add: I. of a Christian woman :-- Þá berád mon þæt wíf þæt hé hæfde æ-acute;r genumen . . . ofer þára biscopa gebod, for ðon ðe heó wæs æ-acute;r tó nunnan gehálgod, Chr. 901; P. 92, 14. Nunnena sanctimonialium, An. Ox. 8, 368. II. non-Christian :-- Minutia hátte án wífmon þe on heora wísan sceolde nunne beón Minucia, virgo vestalis, Ors. 3, 6; S. 108, 16.

nunn-fæ-acute;mne a nun :-- Seó hálige nunfæ-acute;mne sanctimonialis femina, Gr. D. 223, 14. Hé nýde genam áne nunfæ-acute;mnan and tó him gegaderode mid unálýfedum synscipe, 230, 13.

nunn-líf the life of a nun :-- Þá þá . . . háliges nunlífes drohtoþ (sanctimonialis vitae conversationem) heó sóhte, Gr. D. 199, 16.

nunn-mynster. Add :-- Þæt hé hine tó ðám befæste þ-bar; hé móste beón læ-acute;ce þæs nunmynstres (on þám nunmynstre, v. l.) ut eum sanandum monasterio commendaret, Gr. D. 37, 27.