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660 OFER-LÁD -- OFER-SEON

yrnan þá wyrta, 306, 28. II. add :-- Wé willað nú mid sumere scortne trahtnunge þás ræ-acute;dinge oferyrnan, and geopenian, gif heó hwæt dígles on hyre hæbbende sý, Hml. Th. i. 388, 30. Wé willað þás þing mid sceortre race oferyrnan, Angl. viii. 318, 43.

ofer-lád. Add: v. ofer-læ-acute;dan ; II.

ofer-læ-acute;dan. I. for 'to oppress' substitute: to cover, draw over; obducere (v. Hml. Th. i. 504, 31 under ofer-hón). II. to carry across, translate, v. ofer-lád :-- Gewrit oferlæ-acute;ded Scriptura translata, Mt. p. 2, 13. [v. N. E. D. over-lead. O. H. Ger. ubar-leiten transducere. ]

ofer-læ-acute;fan. I. to leave over, not to use up :-- Étun alle and gifylde wérun, and ginimen wæs ðætte oferlæ-acute;fed wæs (quod superfuit), Lk. R. 9, 17. [&yogh;e shulen ouerleeuen hem to the aftercomers transmittetis ad posteros, Wick. Lev. 25, 46.] II. to be left over :-- Þ-bar;te oferhlæ-acute;feð quod superest, Lk. L. 11, 41. [There ouerlafte not con non superfuit ne una quidem, Wick. Ex. 8, 31.]

ofer-lecgan. I. to lay over, above, or upon something else :-- Oferlecgan þ-bar; lín þám weófode superponant linteum altari, Angl. xiii. 428, 899. II. to cover the surface of a thing with something :-- Oferlege mid wulle, Lch. ii. 200, 7. Oferlecge mid línene cláðe, 182, 4. III. to affect as with a superincumbent weight, oppress :-- Gif hí hió sylfe mid swíðlicre druncennysse oferlecgað, Hml. A. 147, 73. Hit nis ná riht on Crístenum folce, þæt sume scylon mid oferæ-acute;te and mid oferdrence beón oferléde, and sume hungre cwylmede, 142, 99. [v. N. E. D. over-lay. Goth. ufar-lagian. ]

ofer-leóran. I. add: I a. to pass by, abandon :-- Þonne wæ-acute;re him wén þ-bar; hé oferliórde and forléte þone gewunan his ágenre stíþnysse fortassis sui vigoris usum excederet, Gr. D. 106, 5.

ofer-libban. Add: [v. N. E. D. over-live.]

oferlíce. Add :-- Hí læ-acute;tað þæt man gýman ne ðurfe ná oferlíce swýðe þæs þe béc beódað, Wlfst. 55, 19.

ofer-lifa, an; m. Excess in food :-- Se oferlyfa on æ-acute;te and on wæ-acute;te déð þone man unhálne, O. E. Hml. i. 296, 5. [Þe oferlifa on hete and on wete macað þene mon unhálne, 101, 27, ] Cf. big-leofa.

ofer-líhtan to alight upon :-- Mé seó swéte stemn oferlíhte and mé dá gedréfedan geðóhtas fram áflýmde, Hml. S. 23 b, 558.

ofer-líþan. Add :-- Swá ic strange sæ-acute; and mycele oferlíðe velut transvadato vasti gurgitis aequore, Guth. Gr. 102, 33.

ofer-lyftlic; adj. That is above the air (lyft) (applied to the second heaven) :-- Siofon heofonas sindon in gewritum leornode, þ-bar; is, se lyftlica heofon and se oferlyftlica . . . sió durn ðæs oferlyftlican heofones is nemned Elioth, Nap. 50.

ofer-mæg glosses preualet, Scint. 97, 19: ofer-mæ-acute;ned. Dele, and see ofer-menged.

ofer-mæ-acute;te. Add :-- Be ðám þingum þe ðú mé sédest þat þú getyohhod hæafde tó forlétanne . . . þæt is ofermétta wela and ofermýtta wyrðscipe and ungemetlíce ríclic lýf, Solil. H. 38, 2. Hine deófla costodon mid ofermæ-acute;te unclæ-acute;ne luste, Shrn. 52, 22. [Wit þí lichame fro ouermete wede, O. E. Hml. ii. 137, 21.]

ofer-mæ-acute;tu. Add :-- Ofermæ-acute;te insolentiam, An. Ox. 2, 448.

ofer-médla. Add :-- Hwæ-acute;r is démera dómstów? hwæ-acute;r is heora ofermédla, bútan mid moldan beðeaht and in wítum gewrecen, Wlfst. 263, 17.

ofer-menged (?) over-mixed, confused, crushed :-- Ofermened (-menged ? Cf. (?) gemengunge confusione, 14, 68) contrita (contrita rotis extollit vipera cæphal, Ald. 163, 34), Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 37: 19, 43.

ofer-mercung a superscription :-- Ofermercunc suprascribtio, Mk. P. 5. 1.

ofer-mete. Add :-- Deóflice dæ-acute;da on gífernessan, on ofermettan and on oferfyllan, Ll. Th. i. 310, 17.

ofer-méttu. Add :-- For ðæs ríces heánesse him weóxon ofermétto, Past. 113, 6 : 425, 18. Hé cwæð ðæt æ-acute;lces yfles fruma wæ-acute;re ofermétta quia initium omnis peccati superbia, 301, 4: 307, 2. Sió scyld ðára ofermétta superbiae culpa, 311, 23 : 271, 23 : 439, 3. Mid ðæ-acute;m oferméttum oferswíðed languore superbiae victus, 439, 6. Fær oferméttum áworpen per superbiam reprobatos, 113, 7. On ofermétum (-méttum, v. l.), 19. Hé in gæ-acute;ð ðurh ðá ofermétta, 463, 31: 53, 16. Ofermétto insolentiam, An. Ox. 7, 368.

ofer-micel. Add :-- Be þæ-acute;re ofermiclan friclo, þonne . . . sió ofermiclo friclo and gífernes áríst of þæs hores wæ-acute;tan, Lch. ii. 196, 1-3. Ofermi[cle] magna, An. Ox. 46, 24. [v. N. E. D. over-michle.]

ofer-micelness. After 'Scint' insert 50.

ofer-mód pride. I. add :-- Ofermód witan to feel pride, be proud; altum sapere (Rom. 11, 20), Scint. 8, 29. Dele II, and see next word.

ofer-mód; adj. Add :-- Ofermód coturnus (cf. coturnum, superbum, Corp. Gl. H. 36, 714), Wrt. Voc. i. 19, 5. Wé witon ðæt hé næ-acute;re eáðmód, gif hé underfénge ðone ealdordóm . . . búton ege; and eft hé wæ-acute;re ofermód, gif hé wiðcwæ-acute;de dæt hé næ-acute;re underðídd his Scippende, Past. 51, 12. Þæt mannum ofermód ys quod hominibus altum est, Scint. 82, 8. Ofermód willa superba uoluntas, 84, 2. Dæ-acute;lan herereáfu mid ofermódum (superbis), 82, 15. [v. N. E. D. over-mod.]

ofer-módian to be proud :-- Þæt þurh eádmódnysse ná ofermódige ut per humilitatem non superbiat, Scint. 19, 20. Náteshwón framað on héhnysse eádmódnysse leornian sé þe on neowlum gesett ná geswícð ofermódian (superbire), 84, 8. Ofermódigende superbiendo, 230, 3. [O. H. Ger. ubar-muotón superbire.] v. ofer-módigian for other examples.

ofer-módig. Add :-- Betere ys on yfelum dæ-acute;dum clæ-acute;ne andetnyss þænne on gódum weorcum ofermódig gylp (superba gloratio), Scint. 40, 20. Hé hæfde ánne ofermódine cniht, Gr. D. 36, 5. Róma áliésed wearð of þeówdóme þára ofermódgestana cyninga þe mon hæ-acute;t Tarcuinie, Ors. 2, 1 ; S. 62, 6.

ofer-módigian. Add :-- Ðonne ofermódigaþ (superbit) se árleása, Scint. 177, 15. Ðæt mód ðe for his cræftum ofermódgede virtute superbiens anima, Past. 463, 24. Mid nánes prýte þú ofermódiga nulla elatione superbias, Scint. 152, 16. Ðý læ-acute;s hí dyrren ofermódgian (superbire) for ðæ-acute;m æðelestum weorcum, Past. 467, 16. Hí ofermódgiende his gebod forhogdon, 405, 31.

ofermódiglíce; adv. Proudly, arrogantly, presumptuously :-- Ofermódelíce superbe, Scint. 81, 3.

ofermódlíce. Add :-- Ðý læ-acute;s æ-acute;nig durre on eáðmódnesse híwe hit ofermódlice (superbe) forcweðan, Past. 51, 3.

ofer-módness. Add: arrogance :-- Ofermódnesse insolentiam (protervorum et arrogantiam indisciplinatorum), An. Ox. 8, 390. God ús læ-acute;reð eádmódnessa and deófol ús læ-acute;rð ofermódnesse, Hml. A. 168, 111.

ofer-neód ; adj. Very necessary :-- Þeáw oferneód mos pernecessarius, Angl. xiii. 377, 176. See next word.

ofer-níd. Add :-- Ne beó man þæs fulluhtes tó hræd bútan oferneód geweorðe, Wlfst. 123, 25.

ofer-niman. Add: to take by surprise, overtake :-- Mé leóht slæ-acute;p ofernam cum leuis mihi somnus obrepsisset, Bd. 5, 9 ; Sch. 592, 7. [v. N. E. D. over-nim.]

ofer-nón. v. ge-lútan; II. : ofer-plantian glosses trans-plantare, Lk. L. 17, 6.

ofer-prút, -prúd (or ? -prýt), e; f. Excessive pride :-- Hí beóð þurh oferprúda alles tó rance . . . ant on módignesse tó swíðe áhofene, Wlfst. 81, 28.

ofer-prút, -prúd; adj. Excessively proud, puffed up :-- Ne bisceop . . . bisceophádes intingan regules beboda oferprút þrístlíce betwyxsende nec episcopus episcopatus occasione regul&e-hook; beboda tumidus temere intermittat, Angl. xiii. 373, 104. Ys uppáhafennyss þearfena, þá ne welan upp áhebbað, and willa on him sylf oferprút ys est elatio pauperum, quos nec diuiti&e-hook; eleuant, et uoluntas in eis sola superba est, Scint. 183, 12. God gewilnað beón unbunden andettende þ-bar; hé ná oferprúte wítnian genýde (ne contumaces punire cogatur), 38, 13. [v. N. E. D. over-proud.]

ofer-ræ-acute;dan. I. add: (1) to read over to another :-- Nú for feáwum dagum wé oferræ-acute;don þis godspel ætforan eów, Hml. Th. i. 104, 31. Æfter syx mónþa embrine sí oforræ-acute;d (relegatur) him regol, R. Ben. I. 96, 16. (2) to read over to oneself, peruse :-- Gif hwilc gelæ-acute;red man þás race oferræ-acute;de oððe ræ-acute;dan gehýre, Hml. Th. ii. 460, 5. Seó bóc is on Englisc áwend, on ðæ-acute;re mæg gehwá be ðison genihtsumlíce gehýran, sé ðe hí oferræ-acute;dan wile, 358, 31. [v. N. E. D. over-read.]

ofer-rówan. Add :-- Hí ðá oferreówon ðone brym, Hml. Th. ii. 3?8, 23.

ofer-sæ-acute;wisc. Add :-- Ofersæ-acute;wiscum transmarinis (literarum characteribus imbuta), An. Ox. 2, 350.

ofer-sáwan. Add: I. to sow ground with seed in addition to some already sown. v. Dict. II. to sow seed over other seed :-- Cuóm feónd his and oferseów (ofergeseáw, L. ) weód in midle þæs hwæ-acute;tes, Mt. R. !3. 25. [v. N. E. D. ofer-sow.]

ofer-sceádan to sprinkle over with something :-- Mid hunige smire, and ofersceáde þonne mid alwan dúste, Lch. ii. 182, 2.

ofer-sceadwian. Add: I. literal :-- Swá se fiicbeám ofersceadað ðæt lond ðæt hit under him ne mæg gegrówan, Past. 337, 11. Ofersceadewad umbrosa, An. Ox. 56, 26. II. figurative :-- 'Miht ðæs Hýhstan ofersceadewað ðé'. . . Maria wæs ofersceadewed ðurh mihte þæs Hálgan Gástes. Hú wæs heó ofersceadewod ?, Hml. Th. i. 198, 30-34. Se Hálga Gást hý mid his mihte ofersceadewode, Wlfst, 193, 13.

ofer-sceáwian. Add :-- E&p-tilde;s is . . . on Englisc sceáwere, for þám þe hé is geset tó þám þ-bar; hé ofersceáwian sceole mid hys gýmene þá læ-acute;wedan, O. E. Hml. i. 303, 22. Biscop sceal. . . beón his leóda hyrde . . . ealle ofersceáwigende, Hml. Th. ii. 320, 6.

ofer-scúwan. l. -scúwian, -scúian, -scýian.

ofer-seolfrian. Add: , -silfran. [O. H. Ger. ubar-silbarit dear-gentatus]

ofer-seón. I. add :-- Manige óðre þe mid þám eádigan were wæ-acute;ron and his líf hira eágum ofersáwon alii qui cum viro Dei conversati vitam illius ex parte noverant, Guth. Gr. 103, 47. Þonne miht ðú ofersión ealle þás eorþlican þing mens terras despicit, Bt. 36, 2; F. 174, 7. II. add v. ofer-sewenness :-- Hí mé forlétan and swýde