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OF-BEÁTAN -- OFER-CUMAN 657

deáðe, 66, 26. Ofáxa hwæt se cásere be ús geboden hæbbe, Hml. S. 23, 465. Ic bidde þé þ-bar; þú læ-acute;te ofáxian gif þis folc hæbbe æ-acute;nige unrihtwísnysse ongeán heora God perquire si est aliqua iniquitas eonim in conspectu Dei eorum, Hml. A. 106, 137. (2) where the source from which is given, (a) cf. (1 b) :-- Sulpicius wrát be Martine þá ðing þe hé ofáxode oððe æt him sylfum oððe æt óþrum mannum, Hml. S. 31, 5. (b) cf. (1 c) :-- Ic sceal mé gebiddan tó him, and æt him ofáxian hwænne þú eáþelícost mihte tó þám folce becuman orabo Deum et dicet mihi quando eis reddat peccatum suum, Hml. A. 110, 257. Hé hæfde ofáxod æt óðrum mannum æ-acute;r þ-bar; hé wæs Iúdéisca dixerat eis se esse Iudaeum, 96, 139.

of-beátan. Add :-- Se micela ylp þe þá módigan fearras mid ealle ofbeát mid his egeslican nypele, Hml. A. 63, 286.

of-bræ-acute;ded, Sal. K. p. 148, 22. v. ofer-bræ-acute;dan : of-brytsig. Dele, and see byrstig.

of-calen. Add :-- Utan hlýwan ofcalene and wæ-acute;fan nacode and syllan mete þám gehingredum, Wlfst. 119, 6.

of-cyrf I. add :-- Se abbod brúce ísene ofkyrfes abba utalur ferro abscisionis, R. Ben. I. 60, 2. Seó ród is wíde tódæ-acute;led mid gelómlicum ofcyrfum tó lande gehwilcum, Hml. S. 27, 144.

of-dæl; adj. l. (?) of-dæle (as an i-stem).

of-dæle, an (?). l. of-dæle, es, and add: v. gén-dele, æf-dæll (which should be taken here], and cf. æf-, geán-dýne.

of-dræ-acute;d[d]. Add :-- Se þridda cnapa wacode swíðor for ege þonne for his gebedum . . . se ofdræ-acute;dda cnapa þ-bar; eall geseah, Vis. Lfc. 59. Daria cwæð tó þám ofdræ-acute;ddan men, Hml. S. 35, 269.

of-drincan to intoxicate :-- Æ-acute;lces cynnes drinc þe man mæg ofdruncen beón omnis generis potus quo quis inebriari possit, Ll. Th. ii. 134, 21 note. v. for-, ofer-drincan.

of-dúne. Add: I. of direction of movement :-- Úp yrnan and ofdúne, Lch. ii. 116, 24. II. of attitude or posture, to lie, bow down :-- Eaðmódlíce ofdúne anlútan, Past. 467, 7. Ic ofdúne on ðá eorðan læg, Hml. S. 23 b, 575. III. of position in space :-- Þá stód hé on hlæ-acute;ddre . . . þá stód ðæ-acute;r ofdúne on þæ-acute;re flóre Sancte Peter, Gr. D. 227, 6.

ofdúne-onwend; adj. Turned downwards :-- Hé hangode ofdúneonwendum heáfde he hung head downwards, Gr. D. 24, 28.

ofdúne-, ofdún-rihte; adv. Straight down :-- Sýn þá fét gebundene tó ðám héhstan telgan, and þ-bar; heáfod hangige ofdúnrihte and þá fét úprihte, Verc. Först. 110, 10.

ofdúne-, ofdún-weard; adv. Downward, down :-- Þ-bar; áborstene clif hreás ofdúneweard (ofdún-, v. l.), Gr. D. 12, 10. Hé áfeóll ofdúneweard (ofdún-, v. l.) (nyðerweard hreás, v. l. ), 24, 25.

ofdúne-weardes; adv. Downwards :-- Underféng hine seó ýþ and teáh ofdúneweardes, Gr. D. 114, 33.

of-earmung. Add :-- On ofearmunga and mildheortnesse in miseratione et misericordia, Ps. Rdr. 102, 5. Gemyne ofearmunga (miserationum) þínra and mildheortnesse þínre, 24, 6.

ofen. Add :-- Hé sceolde beón forbærned on hátum ofne, Hml. Th. ii. 18, 26. Þá forlét hé þone læ-acute;mnan ofn ðæs mænniscan líchornan, Shrn. 50, 33.

ofen-raca. Add: -racu, e ; f. For 'an instrument for clearing out an oven or furnace' substitute: 'A fork for stirring the fire in a furnace for cooking,' [Cf. rotabulum furca vel illud lignum cum quo ignis movetur in fornace causa coquendi, Migne] :-- Man sceal habban . . . ofnrace, Angl. ix. 265, 3.

ofer. I. (4) add :-- Þú woldest mé laðian þæt ic swíðor drunce swilce for blisse ofer mínum gewunan; ac wite þú þæt sé þe óðerne neádað ofer his mihte tó drincenne, þæt sé mót áberan heora bégra gilt, gif him æ-acute;nig hearm of þám drence becymð, Ælfc. T. Grn. 21, 29-32. (5) add :-- Þæt earme mancynn ofer him sylfum heófiað and wépað, Wlfst. 183, (8) add :-- Dæg byð ofer dæg, Ps. Th. 60, 5. (8 a) marking sequence in time of events :-- Ofer mínre gecígnesse þú gesettest ealle þíne apostolas tó mínre byrgenne (cf. 137, 25-27) after I am called from this world thou hast appointed all thine apostles to attend my burial, Bl. H. 143, 29. (9) denoting the object on which an action or feeling takes effect :-- Þá þe him Godes egsa hleonað ofer heáfdum, Gú. 44. (10) denoting the cause of an action :-- God manna cynn eallinga ádwæ-acute;scan ne wolde ofer (for v. l.) hyra synnum (pro culpa sua), Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 77, 17. II. (2) add :-- Ðá hé fleáh, ðá tórýpte hine án bré[m]ber ofer ðæt nebb, C. D. ii. 134, 28. Hé slóh hine ofer his wange, Gr. D. 200, 15. Æ-acute;lc man ofer eall férdon, Hml. S. 23, 266. (3) add :-- Þá ásweoll him se líchama ofer healf his body swelled through a half of it; dimidia pars corporis ipsius turgescens, Guth. Gr. 153, 12. Oð ðæt hié máran léfnesse onféngon ofer eall (per omnia) tó læ-acute;ranne, Bd. 1, 26; Sch. 58, 8. Ofer eall hlýdende æ-acute;lc man cwæð . . . there was clamouring throughout the crowd and it was said by every one . . . , Hml. S. 23, 617. Þá spræc man ofer eall and wídmæ-acute;rsude auditum est et celebri sermone divulgatum in aula regis, Gen. 45, 16. Gelæhton þá weardmen his wealdleðer fæste, þæt hé mid fleáme ne burste, ac hé nolde him ætfleón, ac hé clypode ofer eall (he called out so as to be heard by all round him), Ælfc. T. Grn. 18, 16 : By. 256. (4) add :-- Se ealdorman hét gelæ-acute;dan Erculanum ofer ðæ-acute;re burge weall and hine þæ-acute;r heáfde beceorfan comes Herculanum super urbis murum deductum capite truncavit, Gr. D. 198, 8. (5) add :-- Þá eóde hé ofer sumne þorn inruit in quamdam spinulam, Guth. Gr. 153, 6. (6) add :-- Wæs þeós spræ-acute;c gefylled ofer Nabochodonosor, Hml. Th. ii. 434, 6. (8 α) add: of quantity :-- Ofer fíftig míla, Hml. S. 9, 3. Ofer ynce, Ll. Th. i. 18, 17. Ofer .XII. winter and ofer eahta peningas, 198, 17 : 228, 12. Ne God gyltas ofer æ-acute;nne sýþ wrecan wile æ-acute;nigum men nec Deus bis crimina vindicat ulli, Dóm. L. 89. Hæbbe sylf þ-bar; hé ofer þ-bar; áræ-acute;re ipse habeat super augmentum, Ll. Th. i. 436, 14 (see also twelf-wintre). Gif þæ-acute;r beón má þonne seofon . . . gif þæ-acute;r byð án ofer þá seofon, Angl. viii. 304, 11 : 303, 44. (8, β) add :-- Sé ðe ofer his æ-acute;we hæ-acute;mð, hé is forlír ðurh his æ-acute;wbrice, Hml. Th. ii. 208, 17. Ofer þ-bar; mé lysteð þ-bar; þú mé secge sum þing be his módes eádmódnysse, Gr. D. 45, 13. Non habeas Deos alienos ; ðæt is, ne lufa ðú óðerne God ofer mé, Sal. K. 188, 22. (9) add :-- Hí fuhton unwærlíce ofer Iúdan leáfe (cf. they were not obedient unto Judas, 1 Macc. 5, 61), Hml. S. 25, 456. (10) add :-- Hé wæs on scipe ofer bolster slápende, Mk. 4, 38. (14) add: in reference to time, (α) after :-- Þone lyttlan fyrst tó libbanne ofer þá óþre . . . wæs sum bróðor þe æfter (ofer, v. l.) hine libban nolde . . . libban æfter (ofer, v. l.) þé, Gr. D. 53, 15-28. Áne neaht ofer þ-bar;, Ll. Th. i. 32, 3. (β)through :-- Hé wunode on sæ-acute;grunde middan ofer dæg and ofer niht die et nocte in profundo maris fuit (2 Cor. 11, 25), Hml. S. 31, 900. Man bær þone ele hire. Þá wæs se ele wexende ofer ealne þone weg (all the while they were carrying it), Hml. S. 31, 1123. Eall þ-bar; heó ofer gæ-acute;r habban scolde tó bygleofan (eallne þe heó hæfde hire begiten tó ealles geáres andlyfene, v. l.) omne quod in stipendio totius anni paraverat, Gr. D. 68, 26. Nán ðing belífan ne móste ofer niht (cf. nec remanebit quidquam usque mane, Ex. 12, 10), Hml. Th. ii. 280, 8. III. add :-- Hider ofer . . . geon ofer, Ll. Th. i. 354, 29, 30. Þæt þæt þæ-acute;r ofer byð, Solil. H. 35, 19 : Lk. R. 11. 41. Súþ ofer on hlýpan, Cht. Crw. 3, 14. Redempta stód hire ofer, Hml. Th. ii. 548, 1. Þá ongunnon ðá hæ-acute;ðengildan neádian ðá apostolas, . . . and þá twégen drýmen ðæ-acute;r ofer stódon, 494, 27. Þám hí ofer sint cui p&e-hook;sunt, Angl. xiii. 373, 112. v. þæ-acute;r-ofer.

ófer. Add :-- Þá fuglas ymbsæ-acute;ton eallne þone ófer þæs meres aues totam stagni compleuere ripam, Nar. 16, 17. On stæþena ófrum riparum marginibus, An. Ox. 4798. Cf. (?) ýfer.

ofer-æ-acute;t. Add: [Þe lichames festing is wiðtiging of estmetes and oueretes and untimliche etes, O. E. Hml. ii. 63, 22.]

ofer-áwritt a superscription :-- Oferáwritt superscribtio, Lk. L. 23, 38. Cf. ofer-gewrit.

ofer-áwritten what is written above; suprascribtio, Mt. L. 22, 20. Cf. ofer-writen.

ofer-bídan. Add: [v. N. E. D. over-bide.]

ofer-bræ-acute;dan. Add :-- Án scínende weg wæs oferbræ-acute;d mid godwebbenum pællum, Gr. D. 176, 1. Mid lilian blóstmum of[er]bræ-acute;ded, Sal. K. 148, 22.

ofer-bræ-acute;dels; m. Add: and n. (?) :-- Ic eom oferwrigen mid þám oferbræ-acute;delse Godes wordes, Hml. S. 23 b, 584. Twá mæssereáf. . . ij weóvedsceátas and ij overbræ-acute;dels, C. D. B. iii. 660, 34.

ofer-ceald. Add: [v. N. E. D. over-cold.]

ofer-cearfa. v. ofer-cirran.

ofer-cídan. Add :-- Hé sylf cídde (ofercídde, v. l.) and þreáde (vehementer increpavit) þæs muneces dysignysse, and þá swá gecíded (ofercíded, v. l.) hé wæs eft gecyrred tó his mynstre, Gr. D. 111, 16: 132, 23.

ofer-cirran to pass from one place to another, crossa space :-- Ofercearra (printed -cearfa; but cf. iccearro, Mt. L. 12, 44, and ofer-cirr in Dict.) wé ofer þ-bar; luh transfretemus trans stagnum, Lk. L. 8, 22. Ðona hider ofercerre inde huc transmeare, 16, 26.

ofer-climban. Add: [v. N. E. D. over-climb.]

ofer-clipian to cry out, exclaim :-- Ofercliopode þ-bar; folc exclamavit turba, Lk. R. L. 23, 18.

ofer-costung, e; f. Excessive trial :-- Gié habbað in middangeorde ofercostung (pressuram), Jn. L. 16, 33.

ofer-cuman. I. add: (1) to get the better of in a contest :-- Sé ðe his ágen mód ofercymð and gewilt, Past. 218, 17: Bt. 34, 11; F. 152, ll. Hé eallne þone here áhtlíce ofercóm, Chr. 1066; P. 198, 3. Besing and ofercum ealle yfele wilddeór, Lch. i. 202, 13. Ne mihte hé geþencan hú hé hí mid æ-acute;nige cræfte ofercuman sceolde, Bt. 39, 4; F. 216, 24. (1 a) to overcome in argument :-- Ofercuóm conuincit (Judaeos de baptismo Johannis interrogando), Mk. p. 4, 19. (2) of some physical or mental force or influence, to overpower, exhaust, render helpless :-- Swongornes hí ofsit and hí mid slæ-acute;wþe ofercymþ, Bt. 36, 6; F. 180, 34. Þá wæ-acute;ron Cartainiense swá ofercumene and swá gedréfde betux him selfum fessi tot malis Carthaginienses, Ors. 4, 6; S. 178, 5. II. add :-- Ofercymeð superueniet, Lk. L. R. 21, 35. Ofercymað (-cumað, R. ) superueniant, Lk. L. 21, 34. Ofercymmas (-cumað, R. ), 26. Ofercuómon (supervenerunt) scioppo of ðæ-acute;m londe néh ðæ-acute;r stóue. Jn. L. R.