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PORTIAN -- PRÝT 681

portian. Add: v. ge-portian.

portic. III. add: n. :-- Hí gesáwon án lang portic on ðám norðdæ-acute;le . . . on ðám eástdæ-acute;le wæs gesewen micel cyrce . . . Seó cyrce mid hire portice mihte fíf hund manna befón on hire rýmette, Hml. Th. i. 508, 9-14. v. eást-, hálig-portic.

port-mann. Add :-- On portmanna hundan hvlle, C. D. vi. 41, 19. Æt Portmanna hýðe, 49, 22. [v. N. E. D. port-man]: port-stræ-acute;t. Add: Cf. port-herpaþ, -weg.

port-weg, es; m. A road to a town, a highway :-- Tó ðæn portwege, C. D. vi. 8, 31. [v. N. E. D. port-way.] Cf. port-herpaþ, -stræ-acute;t.

pos, es; n. : only in pl. (?) posu (-a) [cf. ge-pos] : or (?) posa, an; m. A cold, catarrh :-- Posa catarrum, i. angustia pectoris, An. Ox, 31, 1. [v. N. E. D. pose.]

pos-hlíwe, an; f. Some kind of shelter (?) :-- Tó poshlíwan; of poshlíwan, C. D. iii. 82, 2. Cf. (?) Tó posses hlæ-acute;we; of ðæ-acute;m hlæ-acute;we, 415, 30.

post. Add :-- Se post ána ætstód ansund, Hml. S. 26, 234 (= Swt. A. Rdr. in Dict.).

pot. Dele bracket, andsee N. E. D. pot: potian. Add: [v. N. E. D. pote.]

prætt. Add :-- Be þám þ-bar; preóstas hí warnien wið þá scýnlican híwinga deófla prættes (prettes, 7, 26) (ante transformationes daemonum), Chrd. 98, 33. Cwæð se Hæ-acute;lend him tó, 'Foxas habbað holu' . . . Críst sceáwode his heortan and geseah his prættas, . . . foxunga wæ-acute;ron wunigende on him, Hml. S. 16, 160. [v. N. E. D. prat.]

prættig. Add :-- Ficol, i. pretti versipellis, Kent. Gl. 493. Pæti, An. Ox. 56, 36. Pætigere callide (deceptionis), 4980.

práfost. II. add :-- On Laurentius mæssan daegi Ælfsige ðæ-acute;m biscope in his getelde Aldred se prófast ðás feówer collectæ æ-acute;r underne áwrát, Rtl. 185, 20-23. II a. a steward :-- Nonnosus wæs práfost (praepositus) on þám mynstre þe geseted is in þám munte Soractis, Gr. D. 48, 24. Hé þæt wæter sealde heora þéne; heora þén wæs ðæs ilcan mynstres mæssepreóst. Ðá ondranc sé þæs wætres and sealde hit þæ-acute;m bréðer ðe him æt stód, ðæs mvnstres prófoste (this detail is not given in Bede's Life) . . . þá hí þá tíd hæfdon ymb þ-bar; tó spreconne, þá ondette heora æ-acute;gðer óþrum þ-bar; hí næ-acute;fre æ-acute;r sélre wín ne druncon, Shrn. 64, 9-15. Áxode hé þone prófost hwæðer hé fisc hæfde. Hé tó andsware cwæð, þ-bar; hí ne mihton ne fisceras ne hé sylf gefón æ-acute;nne sprot. Ðá cwæð se hálga wer, 'Wurp út nú þín net,' Hml. S. 31, 1268.

práfost-scír. Add :-- Hé sí ádræ-acute;fed of endebyrdnesse právostscíre deiciatur de ordine prepositur&e-hook;, R. Ben. I. 111, 15: Gr. D. 50, 7. Wé þá synderlíce práuost hátað þe under óðrum ealdrum þæ-acute;re práuostscýre gýmað (prioratus curam gerunt), Chrd. 52, 15.

prass. Add: m. or n. :-- Hé mid swíðlicum prasse férde, Hml. S. 29, 208: 25, 302.

predicung, e; f. Preaching :-- Þ-bar; úre folc ne wurðe losad þurh náne orsorhnesse, bútan predicunge (predicatione), Chrd. 50, 5. v. word-predicung.

prénan. Dele, and see príwan: preón. Add: [v. N. E. D. preen.]

preóst. Add: (1) an ecclesiastic of the seventh of the holy orders; the bishop and the priest were of the same order, but the bishop's functions were more extensive, and in this respect he was superior to the priest. Cf. Ll. Th. ii. 348, 20-29 :-- Bisceopes feoh .xi. gylde. Preóstes feoh .ix. gylde. Diácones feoh .vi. gylde, Ll. Th. i. 2, 5. (1 a) a priest who served the church of a particular person, a chaplain :-- On þám ilcan geáre forðférde Ælfsige biscop on Winceastre, and Ælfwine þæs cynges preóst (capellanus regis) féng þæ-acute;rtó, Chr. 1032; P. 159, 7. Ic an Alfwolde mínum preóste twæ-acute;gra hída, . . . and ic gean Æþælmæ-acute;re mínum præóste twæ-acute;gra hída, C. D. iii. 272, 35-37. (1 b) where the sacrificial character of the priest's office is brought out, the priest as officiant at the Eucharist :-- Wé læ-acute;rað þ-bar; preóst æ-acute;fre ne mæssige búton onufan gehálgodon weófode, Ll. Th. ii. 250, 21. (2) in a more general sense a member of the ecclesiastical profession :-- Næ-acute;nig mæssepreóst óðres mæssepreóstes preóst (clericum) ne wyrde, Ll. Th. ii. 412, 6. Fylgde him (bishop Dalfin) Willfrið his preóst (clericus illius; Wilfrið was not yet a mass-priest v. 662, 22), Bd. 5, 19; Sch. 661, 14. Gif hwylce preóstas and Godes þeówas sýn bútan hálegum hádum gesette siqui sunt clerici extra sacros ordines constituti, 1, 27; Sch. 63, 4. (2 a) in the phrase descriptive of the tonsure :-- Gif mon cierliscne mon tó preóste bescíre unbundenne, mid .xxx. sci&l-bar;&l-bar;. gebéte . . . Gif hé hine gebinde, and þonne tó preóste bescíre, .lx. sci&l-bar;&l-bar;. gebéte, Ll. Th. i. 84, 6-10. (3) where preóst is in contrast with munuc :-- Godes þeówas, biscopas and abbudas, munecas and mynecena, preóstas and nunnan, Ll. Th. i. 304, 26. Seofon preóstlice tíde fram munecum æfter þeáwe preósta (canonicorum) tó wyrþenne synd, Angl. xiii. 426, 867. Hér dræ-acute;fde Eádgar cyng þá preóstas (canonicas, v. l.) on Ceastre of Ealdan mynstre, and of Níwan mynstre, and sette hý mid munecan, Chr. 964; P. 116, 1. (4) where preóst is in contrast with sácerd :-- Gehæ-acute;ldum þám preóste Benedictus cwæð, '. . . Genéð þú næ-acute;fre þ-bar; þú gá tó þám hálgan háde, oððe máran underfó þonne þú nú hæfst; sódlíce on swá hwilcum dæge swá þú geþrístlæ-acute;cst þ-bar; þú underféhst þone hálgan sácerdhád sóna þú bist mid deófles anwealde gehæftniéded.' Ðá gewát se preóst (clericus), Gr. D. 135, 6-17. v. tún-preóst; preóst-líf.

preóst-gesamnung, e; f. A community of priests :-- On æ-acute;lcre preóstgesamnunge (in hoc ordine canonico) is æ-acute;lc þrýstnes forboden, Chrd. 45, 29.

preóst-hád. Add :-- Preósthádes oððe læ-acute;wedes hádes men priests or laymen, Ll. Th. ii. 412, 12. Cyrclicere preósthádes geþinþe (ab) ecclesiastico clericatus gradu (discedens), An. Ox. 3692. Preóstháde (in) clero (degentium), 5303. Sé wæs Haroldes eorles mæssepreóst; sé werede his kenepas on his preóstháde oð ðæt hé wæs biscop, Chr. 1056; P. 186, 26. Se ylca mæssepreóst on preóstháde (in presbyteratus officio) his líf geendode, Gr. D. 66, 1. v. mæssepreóst-hád.

preóst-heáp. Add :-- Þá ácsode ic hí be þám ylcan wundre beforan þám æþelum werum and þám preóstheápe (clero) and eác beforan eallum þám folce, Gr. D. 302, 25.

preóst-híred, es; m. An ecclesiastical community, a body of clergy :-- Preósthíredes cleri, An. Ox. 3006. Ætforan þám bisceope and þám preósthírede, Chrd. 37, 15. In æ-acute;lcum preósthírede (canonica congregatione), 13, 20: 60, 32. Úre preósthýredas noster clerus, 42, 32. Hit is gewuna on manegum preósthíredum (canonicorum congregationibus; cf. geférrádene, 11), 13, 13.

preóst-lic; adj. Priestly, canonical :-- Ic mingle þ-bar; hí gemunon þæs preóstlican regoles (regul&e-hook; canonic&e-hook;), Chrd. 89, 37. Preóstlicum gewunan, ðeáwe canonico more, Angl. xiii. 412, 667, 677. Seofon preóstlice tíde septem canonice hor&e-hook;, 426, 866.

preóst-líf, es; n. A house of priests or canons. Cf. munuc-líf :-- Martinus cóm tó ánum preóstlífe, and hí gelógodon þá his bæd on þæs mynstres spræ-acute;chúse . . . þá woldon ðá preóstas him wurðlíce beddian, Hml. S. 31, 846.

preóst-reáf, es; n. Vestments of a priest :-- Be þæ-acute;re gesceádwísnysse on gyrelan þæs preóstreáfes ut in cultu vestium discretionem teneant, Chrd. 64, 27.

preóst-regol, es; m. A canonical rule :-- Libbað clæ-acute;nre heortan an eówrum preóstregole (regula canonica), Chrd. 88, 15: 89, 33. Éstfullnes lífes be preóstregole deuotio uit&e-hook; regularis, 93, 11.

prica; I. add :-- Seó forme ábécédé ys bútan pricon, and seó ððer ys gepricod on þá swýðran healfe, and seó þrydde on þá wynstran healfe, Angl. viii. 332, 42. II. add :-- Æ-acute;lce geáre wanað án tíd and án prica and se nigonteóða dæ-acute;l ánes prican, Angl. viii. 308, 46. Seó tíd stent on feówer pricon, gyf æ-acute;lcum geáre æ-acute;nne prican, þonne gýt þæ-acute;r byð án tó láfe, 309, 2-4.

pricel, es; n. (?) 1. m., and add :-- Pricelas gálnysse aculei libidinis, Scint. 87, 12.

pricels, es; m. (?). Dele (?), and add :-- Unálýfedlicum pricelsum inlecebrosis stimulis, An. Ox. 4228.

prician. Add: I. trans. :-- Pricigende eáge út gelæ-acute;t teáras and sé þe pricaþ heortan forþbringð andgyt punguens oculum deducit lacrimas, et qui pungit cor profert sensum (Ecclus. 22, 19), Scint. 188, 13. II. intrans. To produce a pricking sensation [used impersonally :-- Hyt pricaþ innan þan sculdru and on þan hrigge swilce þæ-acute;r þornas on sý, Lch. iii. 120, 10.] [v. N. E. D. pritch.] v. ge-prician.

pric-þorn, es; m. A prickly thorn tree :-- On pricþorn, C. D. iii. 436, 16.

prím-sang. Add :-- Be prímsangum (de ora prima). Ðonne preóstas tó cyrcan cumon heora prím tó singienne, Chrd. 27, 37.

princ. Add :-- On prince eáges in ictu oculi, Scint. 43, 16. [Cf. N. E. D. prink to wink.]

pritigeaþ. v. writian.

prút; adj. Add :-- Módig[e] &l-bar; prúd[e] arrogantes, An. Ox. 56, 233. Þæ-acute;ra prútra and þæ-acute;ra módigra gyltas þreágan contempnentes et superbos increpare, Chrd. 18, 8. ¶ as a nickname :-- Tofig Prúda, C. D. iv. 54, 13. v. ofer-prút.

prút pride, v. ofer-prút, sbst. [Cf. prowde of lif, N. E. D.]

prútian to be proud :-- Gif man þone ærcediácon oððe þone právost ágyte þ-bar; hí wyllon módiggan oððe prútian si reperti fuerint superbi aut elati, Chrd. 18, 30, Gif him deóflu hwæt on heora geþance læ-acute;ren hwanon hí módigian magon oððe prútian (unde laudari aut extolli debeant), 99, 4. [v. N. E. D. proud, vb.]

prút-lic; adj. Swelling with pride, haughty :-- Gán mid prútlicre stæppincge tumido gestu incedere, Chrd. 77, 2.

prútlíce. Add: haughtily, arrogantly :-- Welegum þyssere worulde bebeód ná prútlíce (superbe) witan, Scint. 178, 4. Oif hwylc bróðor an preósthýrede bið þe intó cyrcan prútlíce (pompatice) gæ-acute;ð, Chrd. 60, 34: 343.

prút-swangor; adj. Indolent through pride (?) :-- Se Hæ-acute;lend spræc tó sumum weligum men . . . hé wæs prútswongor and swæ-acute;rmód, Wlfst. 257, 12.

prýt. Add :-- Ofermóde préde opes superbe (Zupitza takes préde as