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ON-WEARD -- OPEN-LIC 675

wyrttruman swá anwealhne (as whole as possible), Lch. i. 286, 18. Hit nys álýfed þ-bar; man hyre wyrtruman anwealhne geseón móte it is not permitted that its root be seen when entire, 318, 20. II. add: of non-material objects, physically or morally perfect :-- Cwæ-acute;don hí þæt heó wæ-acute;re onwelges mægðhádes and unwemme, Hml. A. 134, 603. Ðæt hié ðá sibbe anwealge oninnan him gehealden, Past. 355, 12. Ðæt hié hiora tóhopan anwealgne gefæstnigen tó ðæ-acute;m écum gódum, 393 31. Hí spræ-acute;con fullum and onwelgum wordum plena ad integrum verba formabantur, Gr. D. 241, 14. III. add :-- Fæste iiii. geár, ii. onwealh (cf. iiii annos, .ii. integros, 9, n. 2), Ll. Th. ii. 228, 12.

on-weard. Add: hostile :-- Hwí is se deófol swá onweard (-werd, v. l.) þám men? cur diabolus tam infestus est hominum saluti ? Angl. vii. 8, 64. Hé wæs ðám Crístenum onweard (-werd, v. l.), Hml. S. 5, 369. [Cf. Goth. ana-wairþs future.]

onweg-ádrifenness, e ; f. Expulsion :-- For ðæ-acute;re onwegádrifennesse se áwyrgda gást his sceamode dejectionem suam malignus spiritus erubuit, Gr. D. 185, 13.

onweg-færeld, es; n. Departure :-- Þá se mæssepreóst ongæt and gefeah Benedictes onwegfæreld cum presbyter Benedictum descessisse cognosceret et exultaret, Gr. D. 119, 26.

on-wemme; adj. Without blemish :-- Heorte onwemme cor inmaculatum, Ps. Vos. 118, 80.

on-wemmend (?) :-- Wegas onwemmendra (inmaculatorum, the translator seems to have taken this word to be gen. pl. of inmaculator), Ps. Rdr. 36, 18.

on-wendan. III. add :-- Hié hié noldon onwendan from hiera woom wegum, Past. 267, 5. Onwendum heora móde fram þæ-acute;re þýfþe, Gr. D. 202, 2. IV b. add: (1) to upset a judgement, abrogate, annul a law :-- Þá gespræ-acute;con hié him betwéonum þæt hié wolden anwendan ealle þá gesetnessa and ealle þá gebodu þe Domitianus hæfde æ-acute;r gesett, Ors. 6, 10; S. 264, 19. Hwonne bið éngu spæ-acute;c geendedu . . . gif mon æ-acute;lcne dóm wile onwendan ðe Ælfréd cing gesette, C. D. ii. 134, 18. (2) to upset a person, a condition of things :-- On ðæ-acute;m dóme ðæs ryhtwísan déman onwent sió geearnung ðone hád and ðá geðyncðo (but the Latin is: In examine recti judicis mutat merita ordinum qualitas actionum), Past. 411, 24. Ðú earma, ðú ðe eart mid ðý storme and mid ðæ-acute;re ýste onwend and oferworpen paupercula tempestate convulsa, 181, 11.

on-wendedlic. Add: v. un-onwendedlic : on-wendedlíce. v. un-onwendedlíce.

on-wendedness. Add :-- Þeáh þe him sý singal sumor búton æ-acute;lcre onwendednes[se], Verc. Först. 114, 13. Ríxian bútan æ-acute;lcre onwendednesse, 101, 13.

on-wendendlic ; adj. Changeable :-- God ána unanwendendlic wunaþ and eallra ðára anwendendlicra welt rerum orbem mobilem rotat, dum se immobilem conservat, Bt. 35, 5; F. 166, 10. v. un-onwendendlic.

on-wendendlíce. v. un-onwendendlíce.

on-wícan. Add: -- Onwicum cessere, Wrt. Voc. ii. 103, 55.

on-wíge. v. or-wíge: on-windan; II. add: [O. H. Ger. ant-windan: Ger. ent-winden.] v. un-windan.

on-winnan to attack, assail :-- Sum hæ-acute;ðen mann þe him swýðost onwann áwédde ðæ-acute;rríhte, Hml. S. 22, 131. Þæt gé eówerne eard bewerian mid wæ-acute;pnum wið onwinnendne here, Ælfc. T. Grn. 11, 18: Hml. S. 25, 818. Hí weredon hí cénlíce wið þone onwinnendan here, 589: 719. Hé gefeaht wið heora onwinnendan he fought with their assailants, 687. Seó scolu cildisc ná gýt mid costungum onwunnen scola puerilis nondum temptationibus inpugnata, Angl. xiii. 387, 321.

on-winnende. Take under preceding word: on-wlát. Dele, and see and-wlata.

on-wreón. I. add :-- Hé onwreáh þá eorðan þe æ-acute;r wæs oferþeaht, Ps. Th. 28, 7. Onwríg eágan míne, Ps. L. 118, 18. II. add: (1) to show to others, (a) to make known a material object :-- Meotud onwráh beorg on bearwe, Gú. 118. (b) a non-material object :-- Melchisedech godþrym onwráh éces alwaldan, Cri. 139. (c) a fact (stated in a clause) :-- 'Ðú eart þæs lyfigendes Godes Sunu' . . . hit þé ne onwreáh flæ-acute;sc ne blód, Mt. 16, 17. Críst onwráh . . . þæt is Euan scyld eal forpynded, Cri. 95. (2) to gain a knowledge of, discover for oneself :-- Ic þæs wuldres treówes oft hæfde ingemynd, æ-acute;r ic þæt wundor onwrigen hæfde ymb þone beorhtan beám, El. 1254. III. add :-- Ðonne wé underfóð ðone hwæ-acute;te æt Gode, ðonne wé ongietað inweardlíce dá æ-acute;, and onwreóð ðá diéglan cwidas frumentum a Domino accepimus, quando in dictis obscurioribus subducto tegmine litterae per medullam Spiritus legis interna sentimus, Past. 369, 8. Maurus . . . God bæd þ-bar; hé him geswutelode be ðæs sceoccan gylpe, and him gewislícor onwrige þæs áwyrgedan saga, Hml. S. 6, 323. IV. add :-- Þé ealle heortan mínre ic onwreáge díglu, Angl. xi. 119, 67, Þonne mannum beóð wunda onwrigene, þá þe on worulde æ-acute;r firenfulle men geworhton, Seel. 89. v. un-wreón.

on-wrigenness. IV. add :-- On spræ-acute;cum háliges gewrites oððe on dígelum onwrigennyssum (-wrigenessum, v. l.), Gr. D. 139, 1. v. á-wrigenness.

on-wunian. Add: [I. to inhabit, v. Dict.] II. to be instant in, apply one's self to :-- Þá þe mangungum onwuniað (on wuniað ?) qui negotiis insistunt, Chrd. 111, 3. Hwænne hé gebedum onwunige [on wunige] quando orationibus insistat, 116, 34.

on-wunung. I. add :-- Ofsett eorðlice onwunung (the earthly tabernacle) andgyt fela þencendne deprimit terrena inhabitatio sensum multa cogitantem, Scint. 138, 16. III. dwelling in a place, indwelling, sojourn :-- Seó heorte bið geglenced þurh Godes neósunge, and mid his onwununge wiðinnan onlíht, Hml. Th. ii. 316, 6.

open. Add: I. physical. (1) of a door, gate, &c. :-- Mid þæ-acute;m þe hié þára dura hwelce opene gesáwon, þonne hié gieredon hié tó wíge, Ors. 3, 5; S. 106, 16. Hí carcernes duru opene fundon, An. 1078. (2) of a containing space, where there is free access to its interior :-- Bið súsla hús open . . . áðlogum ongeán, Cri. 1605. Æt openum græfe, Ll. Th. i. 8, 5; 308; 5. Hé bireð moniga opena wunda . . . hæfð on his nebbe opene wunde, Past. 61, 1-4. (2 a) free of entrance or admission :-- Gehýre gé ceasterwaran, gehýre gé ælðeódige . . . se bæðstede is open, Ap. Th. 12, 21. Se gífra helle bið á open deóflum, Bl. H. 61, 12. (3) of a space, not shut in, not enclosed :-- Gelícost openre byrig, ðæ-acute;re ðe mid náne wealle ne bið ymbworht sicut urbs patens et absque murorum ambitu, Past. 277, 20. (3 a) of a battle :-- Hé hine æ-acute;r openum gefeohte ofercóm, Past. 229, 8. (4) not covered, having no roof or covering :-- Þeáh þe þ-bar; hús ufan open sý sylf and unoferhréfed, Bl. H. 125, 30. (5) not covered so as to be concealed, exposed :-- Hé hordwynne fond opene standan, B. 2271. (6) of a passage or space, without obstructions :-- Ne mihte næ-acute;nig hróf on beón on ðæ-acute;re cirican . . . ac þæt se weg ðæ-acute;r wæ-acute;re á tó heofonum open, Shrn. 81, 10. (7) of sound, made with open mouth :-- Mid openum stefnum (apertis vocibus) hé cwæð, Gr. D. 70, 5. II. non-physical senses, (1) exposed to mental view, brought to light, patent, evident :-- Þæ-acute;r was Godes ege gesewen and open on fúlre dæ-acute;de, Hml. S. 23, 86: Sat. 406. Eall þis magon him sylfe geseón open orgete, Cri. 1117. Nú þú hæfst ongyten þá wanclan treówa þæs blindan lustes; ðá triówa ðe ðé nú sindon opene, hí sindon git mid manegum óþrum behelede deprehendisti caeci numinis ambiguos vultus. Quae sese adhuc aliis velat, tota tibi prorsus innotuit, Bt. 7, 2 ; F. 18, 4. Openon geswutelincgum is geypped euidentibus patet indiciis, Chrd. 64, 28. Æ-acute;lces monnes yfel bið ðý openre, gif hé anweald hæfþ minus eorum patebit indignitas, si nullis honoribus inclarescant, 27, 2 ; F. 96, 11. (2) clear, easily intelligible :-- Swá sceal æ-acute;lc gesceádwís láreów opene láre and swutole ðæ-acute;m ðiéstrum módum bodian, and náne wuht ðæ-acute;re diéglan láre ðonne giét cýðan, Past. 461, 4. (3) clear of intellectual difficulties :-- Uneáþe þisse spræ-acute;ce cymþ æ-acute;nig mon of, gif hé æ-acute;rest on cymþ; ne cymþ hé næ-acute;fre tó openum ende, búton hé hæbbe swá scearp andget swá þ-bar; fýr, Bt. 39, 4; F. 216, 27. (4) exposed to general view or knowledge, existing, performed or carried on without concealment or so that all may see, hear, or take cognizance, public :-- Þæt (the Trojan war) wæs open ealdgewinn, El. 647. Eall þæt hé forsceamode hér on lífe þæt hé æ-acute;nigum men geypte, þæt bið þæ-acute;r eallum open unbehelendlíce, Wlfst. 138, 3. Gif . . . wíf hig. . . forlicge, and hit open weorðe, Ll. Th. i. 406, 7. And hit him on open wurðe, 200, 20. Þá wanspédigan crístenan hé ne geþafode þæt hí openre wæ-acute;dlunge underþeódde wurdon, Hml. Th. i. 558, 26. On openre wafunge in spectaculo, i. publica inspectione, An. Ox. 3511. Openre ostenso,i. aperto (ludibrio), 2245. Tó openum bismere, Past. 279, 8. On openam yfle, 439, 7. Æt openre scylde, Ll. Th. i. 124, 23. Gif hwá openne wiðercwyde gewyrce, 312, 8. Hí bégen næ-acute;ron geendode ðurh openne martirdóm, Hml. Th. ii. 544, 29. Ðonne hí wyrcað ðá openan scylda, Past. 439, 21. (5) of speech, that conceals nothing :-- Næ-acute;nig mon his geþóht openum wordum út ne cýðe, nemo palam pronunciet, Nar. 28, 29. (6) of a season, where nothing is concealed :-- In þá openan tíd (the day of judgement), Ph. 509. (7) not confined to a few, generally available :-- God him sette æ-acute;, þæt ys open lagu, Ælfc. T. Grn. 5, 36. (8) without defence or protection, exposed to :-- Bið ðæt mód on sume healfe open tó wundianne cor vulneribus aperitur, Past. 431, 9. Sió burg ðæs módes ætiéweð hié selfe suíðe opene hiere feóndum civitas mentis apertim se adversario ostendit, 277, 23. Ic forlæ-acute;te míne healle opene (or under I. 2 ?) mid eallum mínum goldhordum, Shrn. 75, 27. (9) of a cause, undecided, not settled :-- Sió se sacy (sió sace? v. 19) swá open swá hió æ-acute;r wæs, Ll. Th. i. 30, 16.

open-ears. Add: [v. N. E. D. open-arse.]

openian. I. add :-- Byrigen opengende (patens), Ps. Rdr. 5, 11. II. add: (1) to spread apart, expand :-- Openiendum þé hand þíne, Ps. L. 103, 28. (2) to make an opening in :-- Hí openodon þone hróf, Mk. 2, 4. (3) to disclose, declare, make known :-- Þone cyning þæ-acute;m þe hé þæs heofonlican ríces wuldur mid his gewinne openede (-ade, v. l.) and cýðde regem cui gloriae caelestis suo labore notitiam prouenisse gaudebat, Bd. 1. 32; Sch. 100, 21. Openede declaravit, i. manifestavt (flaminem a facinoribus immunem esse), An. Ox. 2925.

open-lic. Add :-- Þára openlican weorc (aperta opera) wé gesióð, ac wé nyton hwelc hira inngeðonc bið, Past. 105, 9. [Cristes openliche