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662 OFESTAN -- OF-SCEAMIAN

ofestan, ofstan (= efestan, efstan) to hasten :-- Hé ofeste festinet, R. Ben. I. 29, 5. Ofstende festinanda, Angl. xiii. 378, 186.

ofet. Add :-- Sume hí leofodon be ofete and wyrtum, Hml. Th. i. 546, 5. Hé æt him ofet, and þæt þæt hé on wuda findan mihte, ii. 38, 8.

of-eten; adj. That has eaten excessively, fat :-- Ofeten (ofer-?) obesus,i. pinguis, An. Ox. 22, 4. v. of-æ-acute;te.

ofe-weard. v. ufe-weard.

of-feallan. Add :-- 'Wé forceorfað þ-bar; tréów, and þú hit feallende underfóh' . . . Hí setton Martinum . . . þ-bar; se pínbeám hine offeallan sceolde . . . se beám . . . offeól forneán þæs folces micelne dæ-acute;l, Hml. S. 31, 402-418. ¶ glossing decidere :-- Ðá steorras heofnes biðon offallende (decidentes), Mk. L. 13, 25.

of-fearrian. v. feorrian.

of-féran. Add :-- Þá fleáh Iúdéa cyning . . . , ac Hieu hine offérde and him his feorh benam, Hml. S. 18, 339.

of-féstre (?), an; f. A nurse not living in the house (?), one who received a child into her own house to nurse :-- Ælflæ-acute;de offéstran, Cht. Crw. 23, 22. Cf. cild-féstre.

of-frettan to eat up, devour :-- Ðá ðe offreattas (freotas, R. ) húso widuwana qui devorant domos uiduarum, Mk. 12, 40.

offrian. Add: (1) absolute, to make a sacrifice, sacrifice :-- Ne tweónige hé ná þ-bar; hé ne offrað deófle, Hml. A. 146, 49. Ofrude litarat, An. Ox. 370. Offriað gé mid rihtwísnesse, and bringað þá Gode tó lácum, Ps. Th. 4, 6. Godes æ-acute; ús forbiét diófulum to offrianne, Past. 369, 3. (2) to offer a sacrifice :-- Ic offrige þá offrunga immolabo hostiam, Ps. Th. 26, 7. Ofriað, 49, 15. Hé wolde offrian Gode þá gewonelican lác, Hml. A. 58, 182. Ofrian litare, An. Ox. 18, 39. (3) to offer something as a sacrifice :-- Offrian þæt lamb eall Israhéla folc on æ-acute;fen immolabit eum universa multitudo ad vesperum, Ex. 12, 6. Hé wolde offrian his ágenne sunu Gode tó láce, Ælfc. T. Grn. 4, 26. Ofriende litaturus (panis merique libamina), An. Ox. 5087.

offrung. I. add :-- Salomon geoffrode Gode micele lác, þæt wæ-acute;ron þúsendfealde onsægednessa æt ánre offrunge, Hml. Th. ii. 576, 8. II. add :-- Árleásra offrung bið áwierged, for ðæ-acute;m hié beóð bróhte of mándæ-acute;dum hostiae impiorum abominabiles, quae offeruntur ex scelere, Past. 343, 3. Ofer æ-acute;lcere offrunga super sacrificia, Ps. Th. 49, 6. Ofriað Gode þá offrunge lofes immola Deo sacrificium laudis, 15. Ne þreáge ic eów ná æfter offrunga (super sacrificia); for ðám eówre offrunga (holocausta tua) synt symle beforan mínre ansýne, 9. Gemyndig sý Drihten ealra þínra offrunga (omnis sacrificii tuí), 19, 3. Ðæt hé meahte on healdan ðá offrunga (ofrunga, v. l.) and ðá lác ðe mon bróhte ut in ea superposita holocausta serventur, Past. 217, 20. II a. the bread and wine offered in the Eucharistic service :-- Gyf þú offrunga habban wille, þonne wege þú þín reáf and hefe úp þíne twá handa, Tech. ii. 120, 3. v. æ-acute;fen- (Chrd. 30, 21), eall-, ídelgild-offrung.

offrung-claþ, es; m. An offertory cloth; offertorium (v. N. E. D. offertory ; 4) :-- iii. offringcláþas, Nap. 50.

offrung-dæg, es ; m. The feast of unleavened bread :-- Þá offrungdagas wé ná ne begýmaþ azimas non observamus, An. Ox. 40, 23.

offrung-hús, es; n. A house of sacrifice :-- Ic geceás ðás stówe mé tó offrunghúse, Nap. 50.

offrung-sang. Add: Cf. lác-sang.

offrung-sceát, es; m. An offering-sheet [explained in the following passage: Their offerings of bread and wine, which they brought . . . having their hands muffled up in a very fine linen cloth or offering-sheet, v. N. E. D. offering; 3] :-- Hió becwið hyre beteran ofringsceát, C. D. vi. 130, 31. Þis synd þá mádmas þe Adeluuold bisceop sealde intó þám mynstre . . . . III. offrincsceáttas, C. D. B. iii. 366, 18.

offrung-spic, es; n. Bacon offered to idols :-- Hé dyde swilce hé æ-acute;te of ðám offrungspice, Hml. S. 25, 92.

of-gán. II. add :-- Nú mé is mín ágen ætwiten swilce ic hit hæbbe forstolen, and man mid wítum ofgán willað æt mé þ-bar; ic mid rihtan þingon begyten hæfde, Hml. S. 23, 600. III. add :-- Ábæd Ósgár abbud æt Ælfhere ealdormenn þ-bar; hé móste ofgán þ-bar; land æt him mid sceatte. Ðá tíþode se ealdorman him, and se abbod sealde him ðá án hund mancosa goldes, C. D. B. iii. 547, 6. [v. N. E. D. of-go.]

of-georn. Add :-- Ofgeorn inportunis, An. Ox. 2, 96.

of-geótan. I. add :-- Beána mid wætere ofgotene, Hml. S. 23b, 128: 663. III. to pour out :-- Ðaera mynetra ofgæ-acute;t (-geátt, R. , ágeát, W. S.) mæslen nummulariorum effudit aes, Jn. L. 2, 15.

of-gifan. Add: I. to give up an object, material or non-material, in one's possession, to abandon :-- Hé gást ofgifeð spiritus pertransibit ab eo, Ps. Th. 102, 15. Hé ofgæf gást expiravit, Lk. R. , L. 23, 46. Sume on Rómebyrig feorh ofgéfon, Ap. 12. Mec (the cuckoo in the egg) deádne ofgeáfan fæder and móder, Rä. 10, 1. II. to give up a place, quit a position :-- Se fugel ofgiefeð eard and éðel, Ph. 426. Abraham nihtreste ofgeaf, Gen. 2863. Næs ofgeáfon hwate Scyldingas, B. 1600. Þá hildlatan holt ofgéfan, 2846. Carran ofgif, fæder éðelstól, Gen. 1747. Sceoldon wræcmæcgas ofgiefan gnornende gréne beorgas, Gú. 203 : 448. Ofgyfan, B. 2588. Hwæðer fámig sæ-acute; dæ-acute;l æ-acute;nigne grénre eorðan ofgifen hæfde, Gen. 1454. III. to give up a state or condition :-- Hí (Adam and Eve) éðles wyn geómormóde ofgiefan sceoldon, Ph. 412. III a. to give up this present life :-- Ofgiefeð seó sáwl þás eorðan wynne, forlæ-acute;teð þás læ-acute;nan dreámas, Cri. 1667. Hé þás worold ofgeaf, B. 1681. Hé gumdreám ofgeaf, 2469. Þás woruld ofgyfan, Gen. 1127. Bebyrig Maria líchama[n], ofgif þæ-acute;re eorðan þ-bar; hire is, and þ-bar; dúst tó þám dúste, Hml. S. 23 b, 750.

of-hæccan ; p. -næhte To hack off :-- Hí cweðað þ-bar; Petrus gewæ-acute;pnod wæ-acute;re, þá ðá hé his Drihten werian wolde; þ-bar; wæs þá hé ofhæhte (amputavit) þæs forscildgdon eáre, Ll. Th. ii. 386, 22. [Cf. O. H. Ger. hecchen.]

of-healdan. Add: [v. N. E. D. of-hold] : of-hende. Add: v. æf-hende.

of-hreósan. I. add :-- His munecas nán óðer ne wéndon búton hé wurde ofhroren (crushed under the falling tree), Hml. S. 31, 412. Mid þæs wáges hryre hé (the devil) tócwýsde æ-acute;nne munuccnapan. Hí wurdon þá ealle geunrétte . . . ná for þæs wáges fylle, ac for þæs ofhrorenan bróðres tócwýsednysse, Gr. D. 125, 10. Hí suncon cuce intó ðæ-acute;re eorðan ofhrorene mid moldan, Hml. S. 13, 228 : 35, 339. Hé sæ-acute;de þ-bar; his hús feólle fæ-acute;rlíce, swá þ-bar; his menn þæ-acute;r lágon ofhrorene, 25, 843.

of-hreówan. I. (a) add :-- Ðín mé ofhrýwð, and þínre yrmðe, Hml. Th. i. 598, 8. Mé ofhreówð þissere menigu, ii. 396, 2. (b) add :-- Him ofhreów ðæs folces meteleást, Hml. Th. ii. 396, 19. Him ne ofhreów ná ðæs deófles hryre, i. 192, 18. Ofhreów þám hálgan þæs haran frecednyss, Hml. S. 31, 1060. Hé wæs tó þám earmheort þ-bar; him ofhreów þ-bar; ástépede wíf, gif hé ne gehulpe hire dreórinesse, Gr. D. 18, 13. Add: (c) with dat. of pers. only :-- Gode ofhreów ðá and cwæð tó ðám engle, Hml. S. 13, 254. Þe læ-acute;s þe ofhrýwe þé ne forte peniteat te, Scint. 177, 2.

of-hwilfan to roll away :-- Cneóris mín álæ-acute;d and ofhwylfed is fram mé generatio mea oblata est et conuoluta est a me, Ps. Rdr. 276, 12.

of-hyngrod. Add: I. hungry for food :-- Se apostol wæs ofhingrod (cum esuriret, voluit gustare, Acts 10, 10), Hml. S. 10, 82. Ofhingrode impasti, Germ. 391, 99. II. eagerly desirous :-- Ofhingrode and ofþyrste æfter rihtwísnesse, Hml. A. 46, 551.

of-hyrian to imitate :-- Ic seó in þám forðgelæ-acute;ddan wætere of þám stáne þ-bar; hé ofhyrede (on-, v. l.) Móysen in aqua ex petra producta Moysen video, Gr. D. 120, 14.

of-irnan. I. add :-- Ofirneð, Met. 29, 32. Add: III. glossing decurrere :-- Ic ofyrne decurro, Ælf. Gr. Z. 181, 10.

of-læ-acute;te. Add: -lát (?), e ; f. I. add :-- Noldest þú ná ofrunga and ofláta (-an ?) náne sacrificium el oblationem noluisti, Ps. Th. 39, 6. II. add :-- Hé sóna sealde mid his ágenre handa oflétan (ofenlæ-acute;tan, v. l. , oblationem), and bebeád: 'Gáð nú and dóð þ-bar; þis lác sý Drihtne geoffrod for þám nunnum.' Gr. D. 153, 7. Gyf þú oflæ-acute;tan habban wille, þonne býg þú þínne scytefinger tó þínum þúman, Tech. ii. 120, 7. [v. N. E. D. oflete.]

oflæ-acute;t-hláf, es; m. A loaf of the bread used for the Eucharist :-- Þá genam hé mid him twégen oflæ-acute;thláfas on beágwisan ábacene (cf. þis is hálig hláf . . . geoffra þysne hláf Gode for mé æt þínre mæssan, 23-28) duas secum oblationum coronas detulit, Gr. D. 343, 15.

of-lecgan. Add: to overlay, cover :-- Oflege mid wulle, Lch. ii. 182, 18. Mid þám þingum siþþan oflege þe þá wunde clæ-acute;snien, 210, 1.

of-leóran to pass away :-- Heofun and eorðo oflióres (transibunt), word mín ne gelióreð, Mk. R. 13, 31.

of-licgan. Add: [v. N. E. D. of-lie.]

of-lícian. Add :-- Þá oflícode þám cyninge þ-bar; hé læg hire swá gehende, Hml. A. 100, 274. Þ-bar; man óðrum ne beóde þ-bar; him sylfum oflicige, 11, 281. Hire ungelícu seó ðe þé oflícige, 94, 66.

of-linnan. Add: (1) to leave off, desist :-- Hú lange willað gé wunigan on þæ-acute;re fúlnesse þæs líchoman fyrenlustes ? Oflinnað, lá, æ-acute;r eów se deáð ofercume, Verc. Först. 143, 7. (2) to desist from (gen.) :-- Uton oflinnan þára unárímedra metta . . . Uton eác oflinnan þára tæ-acute;lnessa, and uton ús on gebedu gelómlæ-acute;can, 148, 4-7.

oflinnendlíce. v. un-oflinnendlíce: ófost. l. ofost.

ofostlíce. Add:-- Ofstlíce perpropere, i. ilico, An. Ox. 3107. Hé hét ofeslíce leahtra leáse in þæs leádes wylm scúfan, Jul. 582. v. fræ-acute;-ofestlíce.

of-ræ-acute;can to obtain :-- Ita autem adquiratur illud triplex iudicium, quod Angli dicunt ofræ-acute;ce þ-bar; ordél, Ll. Lbmn. 333, col. 2. [v. N. E. D. of-reach.]

of-rídan. Add: [v. N. E. D. of-ride]: of-sacan. Add: [v. N. E. D. of-sake.]

of-sceádan to divide off, separate :-- Ofsceádes (or ? of sceádes) &l-bar; gesundras definiens, Mt. p. 12, 13. [Cf. Ger. ab-scheiden.]

of-sceamian. Add :-- Ongann ofsceomage ðæ-acute;m burgum coepit exprobrare civitatibus, Mt. L. 11, 20. Hé þá swýðe gescynd and