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666 ON-ÆÞELIAN -- ON-BYRGAN

flagrares, 22, 2; F. 78, 3. Hé wearð onæ-acute;led on heora lufe, Hml. S. 30, 304. Æfestum onæ-acute;led, Mód. 43. Ðonne wé ne beóð onæ-acute;lde mid ðæ-acute;re lustbæ-acute;rnesse úres módes dum congruo fervore mens non accenditur, Past. 283, 2. V. to incite to :-- Menie men syndon þe þá gebysnunga gódra wera swýðor þonne þá láre onæ-acute;lað and tihtað tó lufe þæs heofenlican éðles (ad amorem patriae coelestis succendunt) . . . þæt mód byð onæ-acute;led (accenditur) tó lufe þæs tówerdan lífes, Gr. D. 8, 11-19. [v. N. E. D. anneal.]

on-æþelian. v. an-æþelian.

on-árísende glosses insurgens :-- Fram onárísendum (insurgentibus) on mé, Ps. L. 58, 2 : Bl. Gl. Ðú forscrænctest onárísende (insurgentes) on mé, Ps. L. 17, 40.

on-ásetedness, e ; f. A laying on, imposition :-- Ðá ðá foryldað and forgýmeleásiað þ-bar; hig nellað heora bearn tó þám fulwihte and tó þæ-acute;re onásetednysse þæs bisceopes bletsunga bringan, Nap. 85.

on-áslagen; adj. Beaten, made of metal that has been beaten or forged :-- On býmum onáslagenum in tubis ductilibus, Ps. L. 97, 6. v. á-sleán; III a.

on-bæc. Add: I. of motion. (1) in retreat from a point reached :-- Geong onbæcc &l-bar; mec behianda uade retro me, Mk. L. 8, 33. Eádun onbæcg abierunt retrorsum, Jn. L. 18, 6. (2) in return to a point previously occupied :-- Ne áwoendað onbæcc non redeant retro, Lk. L. 17, 31. Ne eft gecerres onbæcg non reuertatur retro, Mk. L. 13, 16. II. of looking :-- Ne eft-lócca onbæc non respicere retro, Lk. p. 6, 14. Onbæcg, Lk. L. 9, 62.

on-bæcling. Add: I. of motion, (1) of retreat :-- Gong on bæclinc &l-bar; bihionda mec uade retro me, Mk. R. 8, 33. Monige ðegnas his fromfoerdun onbæcling (-bæcc-, L. ), Jn. R. 6, 66. (2) of reversing one's direction :-- Ymbcerred wæs onbæclinc (-bægcling. L.) conuersa est retrorsum, Jn. R. 20, 14. II. of position or attitude. (1) at one's back :-- Þá gehýrde ic ðone biscop mé onbæcgling (-bæclinga (-ea, -e), v. ll.) cweðan audiui episcopum post tergum mihi dicentem, Bd. 5, 6; Sch. 576, 16. Þá gehýrde ic swég mé onbæcling audio post terga sonitum, 5, 12; Sch. 620, 3. (2) with the back towards a person :-- Onbæcling gewend with the back turned towards her, Hml. S. 23 b, 218. III. of recurrence to a subject :-- Eft &l-bar; eft on bæcgling rursum, Mt. p. 3, 8.

on-bærnan. I. add :-- Hé hét onbærnan Rómeburg urbis Romae incendium fecit, Ors. 6, 5 ; S. 260, 30. III. add :-- Mid hira ágenre gewilnunge hié bióð onbærnede (-bærnde, v. l.) sua cupidine accensi, Past. 27, 18. III a. to heat (lit.) :-- Gif mon mid eástánum onbærnedum þá meoluc gewyrð, Lch. ii. 218, 23. IV. add :-- Hit byþ onbærned (accenditur) of wiðmetennesse gódra wera tó þæ-acute;re lufan þæs tóweardan lífes, Gr. D. 8, 19.

on-bærning, e ; f. Incense :-- Swá swá onbærning sicut incensum, Ps. Vos. 140, 2. Mid onbærninge (incensu) ic offriu ðé, 65, 15.

on-bæ-acute;ru. In l. 4for 1827 l. 1027: -onbecweþende. v. yfel-onbecweþende.

on-becyme, es; m. Approach, access :-- Sumum geþances onbecyme quodam mentis excessu (accessu ?), Scint. 211, 8. v. becuman(on).

on-beódan. I. add: to command :-- Scipia hit oftræ-acute;dlíce hám onbeád (sent nome orders) þæt hié hit ne angunnen, and eác self sæ-acute;de, þá hé hám of Ispánium cóm, Ors. 4, 12; S. 308, 34. Hé onbeád (bebeád, v. l.) tó heom þus cweþende, 'Gerihtað incre tungan' eis mandavit, dicens, 'Corrigite linguam vestram', Gr. D. 152, 9. II. add :-- Þá onbeád hé him ðæt hé him ðæs getygðian wolde redditurum se pollicetur, Ors. 3, 11 ; S. 146, 30. Sæ-acute; cýðde hwá hine gesette . . . ge eác beámas onbudon hwá hý sceóp, Cri. 1170. Þá sóna wæs onboden of ðám mynstre þæt hé selfa cóme dum protinus mandatum de monasterio fuisset ut veniret ipse, Gr. D. 130, 24.

on-beornan. Add: II a. of strong feeling :-- Is anburnan mín heorte inflammatum est cor meum, Ps. L. 72, 21.

on-beran. Add(?) : to be situated (?), lie(?) :-- Seó stów onbyrð (-bireð, v. l.) on feówertigum míla of þissere Rómániscan byrig locus ab Romana urbe quadraginta fere millibus distans, Gr. D. 98, 14.

on-besceáwung, e; f. Inspection :-- Tó onbesceáwunge his ad inspectionem illius, Scint. 66, 9.

on-beslagen; adj. Inflicted :-- Swilce hí mid onbeslagenre wunde hí geblódigian, Hml. Th. ii. 88, 23.

on-bídan. I. add :-- Hé þæ-acute;r onbád sume hwíle oð þ-bar; flód úp eóde, Chr. 1052; P. 180, 13. II. add :-- Þæ-acute;r his Pompeius on ánre dúne onbád, Ors. 5, 12; S. 240, 23. IV. with clause:-- Hé gesæt be þám swere anbídende hwæt him gelimpan scolde, Bl. H. 239, 22.

on-bindan. Add :-- Ðý læ-acute;s hí sín tó swíðe gebundne mid ðæ-acute;m ðurhtogenum scyldum, and tó lange forelden ðæt hí hí ne anbinden mid ðæ-acute;re hreówsunge ne plus adstringantur in debito perpetrati operis, et minus solvant fletibus satisfactionis, Past. 413, 9. [Goth. and-bindan: O. H. Ger. int-pintan : Ger. ent-binden.]

on-bindendlic. v. un-onbindendlic.

on-birgan. Add :-- Ic hálsige þé. . . þ-bar; þú ná geþrístlæ-acute;ce þ-bar; þú þises húsles onbyrige (ut non audeas hanc eucharistiam percipere), Ll. Lbmn. 413, 25.

onbítan. Add :-- Nolde æ-acute;nig onbítan mennisces metes (cf. æ-acute;lcne mete hí onscunedon þe men etaþ, Bt. 38, 1; F. 196, 4), Met. 26, 90.

on-blæ-acute;stan. l. (?) -blæstan, v. blæ-acute;stan ; II.

on-bláwan. Add: I. to inspire, inflate, puff up :-- Ingehýd onblæ-acute;wð scientia inflat, Scint. 82, 10. Hé wæs aþunden mid oferhigde and onbláwen (inflalus) mid þý gefeán þissere gewítendan gesæ-acute;lignysse, Gr. D. 180, 16. II. to blow on or away: -- Feónd úre wé onbláwaþ mid horne inimicos nostros ventilabimus cornu, Ps. L. 43, 6. III. to breathe :-- Anbléu spirabat (coelestem intento spirabat corde sophiam), Hpt. 33, 238, 3.

on-blinnan to cease: -- Eall sóðfæstnesse bið ðonne onblunnen veritas non erit, Verc. Först. 118, 12. v. á-blinnan.

on-borgian to borrow :-- Ic onborgede xxx mancsa goldes æt Beorhtnóðe, Cht. Crw. 9, 117. v. á-borgian; II.

on-bregdan. Add :-- Þú hit mé hæfst nú swíðe sweotole gereht, swylce þú hæbbe þá duru ábróden (anbróden, v. l.) þe ic æ-acute;r sóhte, Bt. 35, 3; S. 97, 24.

on-bring. Add :-- Ealle þá yfelan geþanc þe þé on heortan becumaþ þurh deófles onbrincg, Angl. xii. 513, 24.

on-bringelle, an; f. Instigation :-- God ús álýse fram úrum wiðerwinnan and fram his anbrincgellan, for ðám þe his æfst is mycel ofer ús, Hml. S. 23 b, 291.

on-bryrdan. Add :-- On twá wísan bið se man onbryrd ; æ-acute;rest hé him ondræ-acute;t hellewíte, and bewépð his synna, syððan hé nimð eft lufe tó Gode, Hml. Th. i. 140, 17. I. add :-- Se Hálga Gást onbryrt úre mód tó æ-acute;lcre gódnysse, Hml. Th. ii. 42, 10. Þæt hé ús onbrirde and on þæt tihte þæt wé æ-acute;rest wel willen, Solil. H. 30, 9. Hé þurh gæ-acute;stes blæ-acute;d breóstum onbryrded beald reordade, Ph. 550. II. add :-- Mid onbryrdum móde andettan compuncto animo confiteri, Ll. Th. ii. 178, 20.

on-bryrdness. Add: I. incitement, cause of strong feeling :-- Þám tímum þe mé æ-acute;nig onbrerdnes cym[e] be ðám æ-acute;can lýfe at those times in which l am inspired with any strong emotion about the life eternal, Solil. H. 25, 17. II. strongly excited feeling :-- Sceole wé him bringan twá turtlan, þæt is twifealdlic onbryrdnes eges and lufe, Hml. Th. i. 140, 16. Symeon hine genam on his earmas mid micelre onbryrdnesse, 136, 17. Gebæ-acute;d heó hí tó Gode mid mycelre onbryrdnesse, Hml. S. 7, 320: 26, 116. Hé him mynster áræ-acute;rde mid munuclicere onbryrdnesse (with all the fervour of a monk), Hml. Th. ii. 504, 20. II a. where the feeling is one of sorrow or regret, compunction :-- Ðá sió anbryrdnes hine álét cum compunctionis tempus abscessit, Past. 423, 15. Mid andbryrdnysse (compunctione) synna andettan, Ll. Th. ii. 174, 1. Mid wópe and onbryrdnysse þancunge dón, Hml. S. 30, 382. Mid onbryrdnysse and behreówsunge hine gebiddan, Hml. Th. 430. 5.

on-búgan. I. add :-- Hí bæ-acute;don þ-bar; heora geféran . . . heora cwellerum onbugon (should bend their heads: cf. hí ástræhton heora swuran tó slæge, 71 : or under III. ?) blíþe tó slæge, Hml. S. 28, 63. II. add: to bend in submission to (tó) :-- Him onbugon þá Francan tó þám wynsuman iuce, Hml. S. 29, 177. Hwý sceal æ-acute;nigum menn ðyncean tó orgellic ðæt hé onbúge tó óðres monnes willan (alienae voluntati acquiescere), Past. 307, 15. III. with dat. :-- Sé þe him (the devil) onbýhð bið beswicen, Angl. vii. 30, 282. Se yfela man hyne forcyrreþ oððe him onbúgeþ, Lch. i. 318, 24. Ealle gesceafta onbúgað gebígedum cneówe ðám Hæ-acute;lendum Críste, Hml. Th. ii. 362, 1: 18, 3. Þá leóda þé onbúgað, Hml. S. 7, 366. Hé wæs þ-bar; folc cwielmende tó ðon þæt hié him anbugen, Ors. 1, 12 ; S. 54, 19. Hí nellað onbúgan ðám leahtrum . . . ac winnað him tógeánes, Hml. S. 17, 62. IV. add :-- For ðæ-acute;m ðonne hé hígað tó ðæ-acute;m godcundum ðingum ánum, ðæt hé ne ðyrfe on náne healfe anbúgan tó nánum fúllicum luste cum ad sola, quae interiora sunt, nititur, in nullo delectationis infimae latere flectatur, Past. 83, 15. Ðæ-acute;m medwísan is micle iéðre tó gestiéganne on ðone ryhtan wísdóm ðonne ðæ-acute;m lytegan sié tó anbúganne (to change his course; ut ab ea, quae putatur stultitia, ad veram sapientiam vicinius transeat), 203, 18. [Him alle onbu&yogh;en, Laym. 3166]

on-bútan. I. add: (1) prep. (a) with dat. :-- Þá munecas lágon onbúton þám weófode, Chr. 1083; P. 215, 13. (b) with acc. :-- Hí wendon onbúton Tenet, Chr. 1046; P. 166, 12. (2) as adv. :-- Hí him férdon onbúton swá swá hí sylf woldon, Chr. 1001; P. 133, 27. Eówer wiðerwinna færð him onbútan adversarius vester circuit, Hml. A. 52, 54. II. add :-- Þysse wyrte wyrttruman man sceal niman onbútan midne sumur, Lch. i. 260, 3. III. add: with another adverb :-- Æ-acute;ghwæ-acute;r onbútan circumquaque, An. Ox. 2, 251. III a. with adverbs denoting points of the compass :-- Hí fóron west onbútan, Chr. 918; P. 98, 11 : 1046; P. 168, 9. v. þæ-acute;r-onbútan; á-bútan.

on-byrdan to violate; temerare. v. un-geonbyrded.

on-byrgan to be surety :-- Ambyriendum sequestra, An. Ox. 11, 142. Onbyrgedum, 7, 99. Cf. on-borgian; byrgen.