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ON-HEÁFDU -- ON-MANG 671

anhagie (sicut poterimus), Ll. Th. i. 236, 4. III. without tó. (1) with dat. infin. :-- Seó racu ðe mé onhagað ðé tó gerihtreccenne, Solil. H. 26, 7. Ne onhagað ús ná swíðor be dám tó sprecenne, Hml. Th. i. 488, 8. Ðæt ðætte hine ne onhagode útane forð tó brenganne mid weorcum, innane hé hit geðafode etsi rerum tarditas foras peccatum distulit, intus hoc consensionis opere voluntas implevit, Past. 417. 17. Hwæt hine anhagige tó sellanne, hwæt hé healdan scyle what is proper for him to give, what he is to keep, 341, 13. (2) with infinitive :-- Oft ðá monðwæ-acute;ran weorðað swá besolcne . . . ðæt hié ne anhagað náne wuht nyttwyrðes dón saepe mansueti dissolutionis torpescunt taedio, Past. 289, 16. (3) with clause :-- Þá þe heora hláfordas freógean noldon, oþþe hié ne anhagade þæt hié mehten, Ors. 4, 9; S. 190, 34.

on-heáfdu. v. and-heáfdu; on-healdan. v. an-healdan.

on-hebban. Add: VI. of revolt, to raise oneself against authority:-- Hit gelamp þæt West-Wealas onhófon hí ongeán Ecgbriht cyng, Cht. Crw. 18, 2. [v. N. E. D. on-heave. O. Sax. ant-hebbian : O. H. Ger. ant-(int-)heffan: Ger. ent-heben.]

on-hígian to attack, assault, proceed with violence against :-- Onhígede grassaretur, An. Ox. 3438. Onhígiende grassatrix, 2209. Onhígiendre ingruenti, 4952.

on-hildan. I 1. add :-- Mid þám þe hé þá flaxan onhyllde (-hylde, v. l.), þá eóde þæ-acute;r út án næ-acute;ddre cum flasconem inclinasset, de eo serpens egressus est, Gr. D. 142, 11. II. add :-- Fram dómum þínum ic ne anhylde (declinaui), Ps. L. 118, 102.

on-hildedness. Add :-- Onhældednes declinatio, Ps. Vos. 72, 4.

on-hladan to unload, discharge :-- Discarruta solue carrum, i. ondhlath (printed -hlelth), Hpt. 33, 250, 6. [O. H. Ger. ant-(int-) hladan: Ger. ent-laden.]

on-hnígan; II. add :-- Hé tó manna fótum onhnáh (-hnág, v. l.), Hml. A. 151, 9. Nis gedafenlic þ-bar; þú tó mínum fótum onhníge, 156, 124.

on-hón. I. to hang (trans.), suspend :-- [Sumne hí onhéngon be þan fótum, and sumne be þan earmum, Hml. A. 171, 36.] II. to hang on a gallows or cross, to crucify :-- On þæ-acute;m eahtateóþan geáre his ríces, þá Críst wæs áhangen (on-, v. l.) (cum Christus patibulo suffixus est), Ors. 6, 2; S. 256, 15. Ic gemétte þone cásere onhangen, Hml. A. 191, 286. Þone onhangenan Hæ-acute;lend ic séce, 188, 220. v. á-hón.

on-hrægel. Dele. The passage glossed is: In sabanis . . . bajulabantur aegroti. On glosses in.

on-hreósan to fall with violence upon, assail, attack :-- Onhrióseð, anhriósit, anhrísit ingruerit, Txts. 69, 1077. Hú longe onhreósað (onáhreóse, Ps. L.) gé on men quousque inruitis in homines, Ps. Vos. 61, 4. Anhreósaþ inruunt (venti in domum, Mt. 7, 25), Wrt. Voc. ii. 72, 27. Forhergad mid onhreósendum hægle grandine irruente vastata, Gr. D. 57, 5. Onhreósendre mettrumnesse hé geneálæ-acute;hte tó deáðe qui ingruente aegritudine ad mortem veniens, 195, 20. Cf. á-hreósan.

on-hrínan. Add: (1) with gen. or uncertain :-- Is wén ðæt sió (fennege) hond ðá óðre besmíte gif hió hire anhrínð, Past. 77, 1. Gif his mon onhrinð mid buccan blóde, 271, 3. Heó mid hire ýtemestan fingrum þæ-acute;re lenticula onhrán, Hml. S. 23 b, 715. Ær ðú his onhriéne (-hríne, v. l.), Past. 241, 13. Gif man mid unclæ-acute;num handum hwylces metes onhrine, Ll. Th. ii. 164, 8. (2) with dat. :-- Hé ne mæg þám sáre mid handa onhrínan, Lch. ii. 198, 24.

on-hróp. I. add :-- Hé mid gemálicum bénum befealh þám hálgan were, þ-bar; him wæ-acute;re álýfed út tó farenne. Se fæder wearð geswenced mid gedréfednysse his swíðlican onhrópes cum . . . importunis precibus lit relaxaretur immoneret, pater nimietatis cjtis taedio affectus, Gr. D. 156, 6. Þæt hé ná sí geledt óðres mid onhrópe ut non impediatur alterius inprobitate, R. Ben. I. 87, 4 (= R. Ben. 81, 9 in Dict.).

on-hryre, es; m. An assault, attack :-- Onrire fulmen, An. Ox. 50, 32.

on-hycgan to consider, reflect on :-- Onhicgað nú hálige mihte, wíse wundor Godes, Dan. 473.

on-hyreness. Add :-- Wilt þú þ-bar; þú hwæthugu in Nonnoses weorce oncnáwe eác be Heliseus onhyrenesse ? visne aliquid in operatione Nonnosi de imitatione quoque Blisaei cognoscere ?, Gr. D. 50, 5.

on-hyriend. Add :-- Andig, . . . onhyriend zelotypus, An. Ox. 364. Onhiriend, Hpt. Gl. 415, 1. His þæs clæ-acute;nan lífes onhergend (-hyrgend, v. l.) imitatores suos in virtutibus, Gr. D. 23, 2.

on-hyring. Add :-- Hí tó þæ-acute;re onhyringe his forhæfednysse hí underðeóddon, Hml. S. 23 b, 31. Ic syngede þurh onherunge peccaui per emulationem, Confess. Peccat.

on-hyscan. II. add :-- Sé þe forsihð þearfan onhyscð (exprobrat) Scyppende his (he that oppresseth the poor reproacheth his Maker, Prov. 14, 31), Scint. 178, 17. Onhyscan infamare, An. Ox. 17, 23.

on-innan. Add: I. as adv. :-- Þonne hit hát wæ-acute;re, and mon þá earman men oninnan dón wolde, Ors. 1, 12 ; S. 54, 25. Þonne þæ-acute;r micel stán . . . oninnan fealþ, Bt. 6; F. 14, 29 : B. 71 : 2089. II. as prep. (1) preceding the governed word :-- Gefealden oninnan ðæs synfullan monnes ingeðonce, Past. 243, Hí hira yfel helað oninnan him selfum, 449, 9. (2) following the governed word :-- Hire mæ-acute;re gewearð mann oninnan homo factus est in ea, Ps. Th. 86, 4. Þenden þé wunað gást oninnan, Gen. 909. Ofne oninnan, Dan. 259. Wel bið þám eorle þe him oninnan hafað rúme heortan, Alm. 1. Hit him oninnan cóm, Gen. 723. Burgum oninnan, B. 1968 : Jul. 691 : Gú. 1341: El. 1057. v. þæ-acute;r-oninnan.

on-íwan. Add: I. to show :-- Ðá seó sunne begann onýwan eallum mannum hire ðone beorhtan leóman, Hml. S. 23, 263. II. reflex, with complement, to appear so and so :-- Ne sceall ic næ-acute;fre læng unþancfull þæ-acute;re þegnunge mé onýwan þám were viro illi qui mihi solet obsequi ingratus apparere non debeo, Gr. D. 343, 12.

on-læ-acute;tan. Add: [O. H. Ger. ant-(int-)lázan laxare, remittere: Ger. ent-lassen.]

on-léc. Add :-- Anlæ-acute;c (-léc) respectus, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 175, 7.

on-leccan. Add: v. læccan, læccung.

on-lecgende. For 'on-lying' substitute 'that is to be laid on, that is to be applied to a wound', and add: -- Wiþ sweórcoþe, wyrc onlecgende sealfe, Genim fearres gelyndo and beran smeru and weax, ealra emfela, wyrc tó sealfe, smire mid, Lch. ii. 48, 5.

on-leoþian. v. on-liþian.

on-líc. Add :-- Sé bið swíðe onlíc ðæ-acute;m stióran, Past. 431, 35. Hé bið getiéged óðrum monnum mid onlícre gecynde aequa ceteris naturae conditione constringitur, 111, 20. Hé hæfde twégen gingran suíðe gelíces willan and on eallum ðingum suíðe onlíce, and hé hié ðeáh læ-acute;rde suíðe ungelíce duobus discipulis non diversa caritate praeditis, diversa tamen adjutoria praedicationis impendit, 291, 14.

on-lícan. v. ge-onlícan.

onlíce. Add :-- Hié beóð onlícost suelce hí beren ðone ceák velut luterem portant, Past. 105, 12.

on-lícness. Add: (1) likeness, that to which a thing may be compared :-- Is leornod on bócum þæt on þysse worulde sýn fíf onlícnessa be hellegryre. Sió æ-acute;reste onlícnes is nemned wræc, Verc. Först. 106, 11. (2 ) (in the) likeness of something :-- Girice on scræfes onlícnesse æteówed, Bl. H. 197, 18. (3) likeness to something :-- Ðá láreówas habbað onlícnesse ðæ-acute;m kokkum, Past. 459, 31.

on-lícung, e ; f. Similitude, likeness :-- Háligra fædera anlícung and efenlæ-acute;cing similitudo patrum, Chrd. 71, 13.

on-lígian, -légian to inflame :-- Gesprec Dryhtnes onlégade (inflammavit) hine, Ps. Vos. 104, 19.

on-líhtan. IV. add :-- Þám restedæges æ-acute;fene sé þe onlíhte on þám forman restedæge vespere sabbati quae lucescit in prima sabbati, Mt. 28, 1. [v. N. E. D. on-light.]

on-líhtend, es; m. One who enlightens :-- Drihten is mín onlýhtend and mín hæ-acute;lend Dominus illuminatio mea et salus mea, Ps. Th. 26, 1.

on-lísan. Add: [O. H. Ger. ant-(in-)lósen solvere.]

on-lísend, es; m. A redeemer :-- Ealles middaneardes onlýsend, Angl. xii. 500, 5. Under þám líðan iuke úres álýsendes (onlýsendes, v. l.) sub leni Redemtoris jugo, Gr. D. 117, 2.

on-lísendlic; adj. That maybe released :-- Þ-bar; þone sweltendan seó biternes þæs deáðes gedyde onlýsendlicne fram þæ-acute;re scylde ut illum amaritudo mortis a culpa solubilem faceret, Gr. D. 345, 2. v. un-onlísendlic.

on-lísness. Add :-- Ongan mín mód smeágean hweþer æ-acute;nig læ-acute;cedóm wæ-acute;re his generenesse and onlýsnesse coepit animus meus si quod esset ereptionis ejus remedium quærere, Gr. D. 345, 21.

on-liþian, -leoþian to loosen, relax, (1) literal :-- Swá þá gewunedon þá þwangas swylce hí þæ-acute;r gemétte wæ-acute;ron of mycclum dæ-acute;le untogone and onleoðode (-liðode, v. l.) ita ut inventae sunt, magna jam ex parte dissolutae corrigiae remanserunt, Gr. D. 222, 4. (2) figurative :-- In hefigum wísum ealle þá (various faults) after deáðe hefigiað, gif hí næ-acute;ron ná æ-acute;r gebétte ne ná onleoðode þá hwíle þe se man wæs in þissum lífe quae cuncta etiam post mortem gravant, si adhuc in hac vita positis minime fuerint relaxata, Gr. D. 328, 21. v. ge-liþian.

on-lóciend. Add :-- Hyre byrigen is swutol eallum onlóciendum, Hml. Th. i. 440, 13. Hé gehyrte eallum onlócigendum, Hml. S. 22, 140.

on-lúcan. I. add :-- Ðonne seó cest bið onlocen, þonne cymeð ðæ-acute;r upp wunderlic stenc, Shrn. 67, 27. II. add :-- Hé ús má onlýhð, nú ús bóceras beteran secgað, lengran lyftwynna, Exod. 529. Se Wísdóm wordhord onleác. Met. 6, 1.

on-lútan. Add: (1) of physical movement :-- Onleát hé wépende tó ðæs fótum and him bæd forgifnesse, Shrn. 145, 3. Nim æppel . . . dó hyne ádúne and onlút, Lch. i. 330, 24. Hé forð onloten tó his fótum ongan biddan provolutus ejus pedibus coepit postulare, Gr. D. 53, 23 : 130, 2. Onloten tó his gebede orationi intentus, 275, 14. (2) of mental attitude :-- Ús is micel ðearf ðæt wé eáðmódlíce ofdúne anlúten mid úrum móde necesse est ut ad infirma sua mentis oculus redeat, seseque deorsum premat, Past. 467, 7. Wé noldon tó ðæ-acute;m spore mid úre móde onlútan, 5, 18.

on-mang. Add :-- Hé ásende his lác onmang óþra monna lácum, Gr. D. 230, 20. Syðdan hé hæfde gewunad onmang mannum þreó and xxx wintra, Wlfst. 292, 11. Rihtgeleáfa ásprang onmang Godes