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OFER-GANGAN -- OFER-IRNAN 659

463. III. add :-- Swá þ-bar; heora nán óþres mearce ne ofereóde, Bt. 33, 4 ; F. 128, 32. III b. to overreach :-- Nán man ne ofergá ne ne beswíce (supergrediatur neque circumueniat) on mangunge his níhstan, Chrd, 110, 34. V. add :-- Ðyses middangeardes ansién ofergæ-acute;ð praeterit figura hujus mundi, Past. 395, 27. Þá unrótnessa þe þú nú on eart, swá ilce ofergáð, swá þú cwist þ-bar; þá blissa æ-acute;r dydon, Bt. 8 ; F. 24, 34. Godwine eorl.. . sáh niðer. . . spræ-acute;ce benumen . . . and hine man bræ-acute;d intó ðæs kinges búre, and ðóhtan þ-bar; hit ofergán sceolde, ac hit næs ná swá, Chr. 1053; P. 182, 23. [v. N. E. D. over-go: O. H. Ger. ubar-gán: Ger. über-gehen.]

ofer-gangan. Add: [v. N. E. D. over-gang.]

ofer-gapian. Add: The original Latin is: Nec occasione sacerdotii obliviscatur regule oboedientiam. [Cf. O. H. Ger. kapfén to look.] Cf. ofer-gíman.

ofer-gemet. Add :-- Lóca nú þæt þú ofergemet ne wilnige, nú ðú hí (God and Alypius) tógædere metest, woldest cunnan God swá swá Alippius vide ergo ne impudenter velis satis Deum nosse, qui Alypium non satis nosti, Solil. H. 17, 9.

ofer-genyhtsumian to superabound :-- Þár þár genihtsumude synne ofergenihtsumude (superabundavit) gyfu, Scint. 131, 15.

ofer-geótan. Add :-- Ofergeót (cf. begoten, 24) ðínne líchaman mid fantwætere, Hml. Th. ii. 346, 14. Zosimus þá eorðan mid teárum ofer-geótende flooding the earth with his tears, Hml. S. 23 b, 363.

ofer-gesáwan. v. ofer-sáwan; II.

ofer-gesett. Add :-- Monige nyllað ná geðencean ðæt hié beóð óðrum bróðrum ofergesett on godcundum ðingum nonnulli velut obliti quod fratribus animarum causa praelati sunt, Past. 126, 17.

ofer-gesewenness. v. ofer-sewenness.

ofer-gestandan to stand above :-- Ofer his reliquias þ-bar; heofonleóht wæs ofergestondonde and scínende, Bd. 3, 11 ; Sch. 235, 9.

ofer-geswincfull; adj. Excessively laborious or troublesome :-- Þis wæs on eallon þingan swíðe hefigtýme geár, and ofergeswincfull on ungewederan, þá man oððe tilian sceolde oððe eft tilða gegaderian, Chr. 1098 ; P. 234, 2.

ofer-geþyld what is intolerable ? :-- On helle bið fýr sweart and unádwæ-acute;scedlic, and ðæ-acute;r bið cele and brene and broga, áttor and ofergeþyld, Sal. K. 84, 24.

ofer-gewrit. Add :-- Pilatus wrát ofergewrit (titulum) and sette ofer his róde, Jn. 19, 19.

ofer-gitol. Add :-- Ofergeotol ic eom eotan hláf mínne oblitus sum manducare panem meum, Ps. Vos. 101, 5.

ofer-gitolian. Add :-- Ðá ðe ofergitiliað (obliviscimini), Dryhten, Ps. Vos. 49, 22. Ofergeteliað obliviscuntur, 9, 18. Ofergiteligen obliviscantur, 58, 12. Zosimus his ealdan ylde ofergitiligende . . . mid hrædestan ryne arn, Hml. S. 23 b, 185.

ofer-gitolness. Add :-- Nales in ende ofergetelnes bið þearfena non in finem oblivio erit pauperum, Ps. Vos. 9, 19.

ofer-glésan to write an English word over a Latin one to explain the latter, make an interlinear gloss :-- Aldred hit oferglóesade on Englisc, Jn. p. 188, 7.

ofer-grówan to overgrow, occupy with (its) growth (of a tree) :-- Se fiicbeám . . . stód unnyt; for ðæ-acute;m him wearð ierre se góda wyrhta, for ðæ-acute;m hé ofergreów ðæt land bútan wæsðme. Ðonne ofergréwð se fiicbeám ðæt lond, ðonne . . . ficulnea, quae fructum non habuit, contra hanc districtus agricola queritur, quod etiam terram occupat. Terram ficulnea sine fructu occupat, quando . . . , Past. 337, 8.

ofer-gyldan. Add :-- Ofergylded, Jn. p. 188, 5. On ofergyldum reáfe, Hml. A. 28, 108.

ofer-hát; adj. Excessively hot :-- Wið ómum oferhátum, Lch. ii. 10, 6. [Chauc. ouer-hoot (fire).]

ofer-heáfod. Add: [v. N. E. D. over-head]: ofer-heáh. Add: [Orm. oferr-heh] : ofer-hebban. Add: II. to uplift, exalt. v. ofer-hebbendlic. [Overhofen sal be over Yban his fruyte, Ps. 71, 16. Goth. ufar-hafjan sik to exalt oneself: O. H. Ger. ubar-heven sih.] [v. N. E. D. over-heave.]

ofer-hebbendlic; adj. That is to be highly exalted :-- Gibloedsad and . . . hergiendlic and wuldorlic and oferhebbendlic benedictus es . . . laudabilis et gloriosus et superexaltatus, Rtl. 181, 27: 31.

ofer-helian. Add :-- Seó sóþe lufu oferhelaþ (operit) micelnysse synna, Scint. 1, 5. Sé þe ágyltendes wunda belocenum breóste and mid tungan oferhelað (tegit), 38, 17. Hí oferheledon (operuerunt) hine mid bletsungum, 67, 14. Oferhelian synne uelare peccatum, 52, 11. Beón oferheled obtegi, Germ. 389, 22. [v. N. E. D. over-hele.]

ofer-heling, e; f. I. covering, veiling :-- Oferhelung obductus, Scint. 223, 4, 5. II. a covering :-- Reáf... for nédbehéfe oferhelincge uestis . . . propter necessarium tegumentum, Scint. 144, 1.

ofer-hergian. Add :-- In þám cwylde þe þás burh oferhergode (vastavit) mid swýþlicum wóle and cwealme, Gr. D. 298, 23.

ofer-híwian. (1) to transfigure :-- Oferhíwad (-heówad, R.) wæs transfiguratus est, Mt. L. 17, 2. Oferhíwade, Mk. p. 4, 4 : Lk. p. 6, 8. (2) to put another colour on to :-- Oferhiádum dealbatis, Mt. L. 23, 27.

ofer-hleápan. Add: [v. N. E. D. over-leap.]

ofer-hlífan to tower over or up :-- Oferhlifan praecellerent i. supereminerent, An. Ox. 3530. Oferhlífend (or = -hlifiende ?) mycelnys eminens (i. praecellens) magnitude, 1003.

ofer-hlifian. I. add :-- Tó þám scræfe næs nán weg, for þon þe þæ-acute;r oferhlifode micel stánclif (excelsa desuper rupes eminebat), Gr. D. 99, 2. II. add :-- Manega trahtnedon ymbe þis angin . . . ac ic hig ealle oferhlifige oððe oferswýðe (ego sublimor), Angl. viii. 307, 8. Ofe[r]hleofað praecellat, i. superemineat, An. Ox. 309. Hit (ðæt mód) swíþe oferhlifade ealle þás woruldþing rebus omnibus quae volvuntur, eminebat, Gr. D. 4, 16. Swíþe þeónde on his weorcum and ealle oferhlifigende on wurðmynte, Hml. S. 30, 4.

ofer-hlúde; adv. Over-loudly :-- Ne sceal man sealmas ofstlíce singan, ne oferhlúde psalmi non cursim, ane in excelsis uocibus recitentur, Chrd. 57, 13.

ofer-hoga. Add :-- Sé bið Godes oferhoga þe Godes bodan oferhogað, Wlfst. 177, 11. Eal woruld winneð swýðe for synnum ongeán þá oferhogan þe Gode nellað hýran pugnabit pro Deo orbis terrarum contra insensatos homines, 92, 16.

ofer-hogian. Add :-- Sé þe oferhogie þ-bar; hé Godes bodan hlyste, Ll. Th. i. 374, 32. [Hit (the child) oferhoweþ þin ibod, Misc. 128, 445. Overhoheþ, O. and N. 1406.]

ofer-hogodness.e; f. Pride: -- Þurh oferhogodnysse gást per superbiae spiritum, Gr. D. 144, 4.

ofer-hón to hang with something so as to cover an object :-- Þæs muntes cnoll mid þeósterlicum genipum eal oferhangen wæs, Hml. Th. i. 504, 31. To him geneélæ-acute;hton sume ælþeódige men . . . oferhangene mid tóslitenum cláðum (scissis vestibus, pannis obsiti), Gr. D. 202, 18.

ofer-hragan. Add: to cover over (?). Cf. hrægel: ofer-hréfan. Add: v. un-oferhréfed.

ofer-hycgan. Add :-- For hwon ðegnas ðíne oferhogas (cf. for-hogas, 3) selenise ðára aeldra? quare discipuli tui transgrediuntur traditionem seniorum ?, Mt. L. 15, 2. Ðú oferhogdes sprevisti, Ps. Vos. 118, 118.

ofer-hygd. I. add :-- Of heorta monno smeáungas yfle ofcymeð . . . oferhygd (superbia), Mk. L. R. 7, 22. Þurh oferhigdes (superbiae) gást, Gr. D. 144, 4. Fram þæ-acute;re heánnesse þára oferhygda (-hýda, v. l.) ab elationis fastu, 188, 4. Hé þóhte on his oferhigdum hú hé sceolde him tó sprecan, 37, 21. Gif æ-acute;nig sý uppáhófen and inbláwen on þá oferhýda þæ-acute;re deófles láre, Cht. E. 242, 20. II. add: magnanimity, highmindedness :-- Geclæ-acute;nsa mé ðá hwíle ðe ic on þisse worulde sí, and gedó mé unmódigne; sile mé oferhýda; dó mé gesceádwísne and rihtwísne and foreþancfulne and fulfremedne, and gedó mé lufiende þínes wísdómes jubeas me dum hoc ipsum corpus ago atque porto, purum, magnanimum, justum prudentemque esse, perfectumque amatorem sapientiae tuae, Solil. H. 14, 5 : Angl. xii. 513, 3.

ofer-hygd; adj. Add :-- Þá oferhýdigan (superbi) beóð tintregode mid þám oferhigdum (superbis), Gr. D. 316, 5. Cf. ofer-mód; adj. (and sbst.).

ofer-hygdig pride. Add :-- Utan wé beón gemyndige ússa sáwla þearfe, and forlæ-acute;ton wé morþor and mán and oferhýdyg and æfeste, Verc. Först. 93, 15.

ofer-hygdig proud, supercilious. Add :-- Gif hé wel áginnan wile ne mæig hé sleac beón ne tó oferhýdig, Angl. ix. 259, 21. Hé hæfde æ-acute;nne swíþe oferhigdigne cniht, þám hé sylf mihte uneáðe gewyldan superbum valde puerum habuit, cui vix poterat vel ipse dominari, Gr. D. 36, 5. v. ofer-hygd; adj.

ofer-hygdiglíce; adv. Proudly, arrogantly :-- Heó hí áhebbað oferhigdilíce (-hídiglíce, v. l. superbe) ongén þá beboda þæ-acute;re sóðfæstnesse, Gr. D. 197, 16. Hé wende þ-bar; hé mihte þá ylcan brógan him gedón þe hé æ-acute;r gewunode óðrum mannum tó dónne, and ongan mid mycclum stefnum clypian and cweðan oferhygdilíce (arrogantly): 'Arís. . . , ' 164, 2.

ofer-hygdlic; adj. Proud, arrogant, presumptuous :-- Wé gehýrdon and ongeáton þá oferhygdlican gedyrstignesse þæs elreordgan kyninges, Nar. 19, 11.

ofer-hygdlíce; adv. Arrogantly, presumptuously :-- Gif wé áhsiað þone þe þus oferhídlíce ána hálgað Drihtnes líchaman and his blód, hwæt wile hé secgan ? Etsi interrogatus aut contemptus huius modi corporis et sanguinis Domini solitarius consecrator fuerit, quid respondere poterit ?, Chrd. 83, 20.

ofer-hyge. Dele the bracket; the alliteration requires the compound. Cf. ofer-méde for form and meaning : ofer-hylmend. Add: Cf. for-hylman: oferian. v. ge-uferian.

ofer-ild(u, -o). Add :-- Is þæ-acute;re æfteran helle onlícnes genemned oferyldo ; for þan him ámolsniað þá eágan for ðæ-acute;re oferyldo, Verc. Först. 107, 3. Æ-acute;lc óþer oferylde and geogeþe reliqui, R. Ben. 115, 11.

ofer-irnan. Add: I a. of a fluid, to spread over or throughout :-- Gif of þæ-acute;re wambe ánre þá yfelan wæ-acute;ton cumen, and ne oferyrnen ealne þone líchoman . . . Gif sió yfele wæ-acute;te of þæ-acute;re wambe oferyrneþ ealne þone líchoman, Lch. ii. 178, 16-20. Ðó þ-bar; se wæ-acute;ta mæge furþum ofer-