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SCEADWIAN -- SCEÁT 695

Ðonne hé mid dæ-acute;re sceade his slæ-acute;wðe oferbræ-acute;t ðá scíre þe hé hæfð, Past. 336, 14. III. add :-- On scadue fiðera þínra, Ps. L. 56, 1. IV a. [that which takes place in a shady place. v. An. Ox. 2885, note], a scene: -- Gereónedes gyltes sceade geypte concinnati sceleris scenam prodidit, An. Ox. 2920. V. add: (1) shadow as opposed to reality :-- Tócumendre sóþfæstnesse seó scadu áblann adueniente ueritate umbra cessauit, An. Ox. 40, 15. Seó ealde æ-acute; wæs swilce scadu and getácnung; Crístes bodung is sódfæstnys, Hml. Th. ii. 56, 18. (2) a shadow, shade, unsubstantial appearance :-- Þá wearð þæ-acute;r æteówod án atelic sceadu on sweartum híwe, and sæ-acute;de þæt hé wæ-acute;re for stale ofslegen, Hml. Th. ii. 508, 1. Hé geseah þæ-acute;r standan áne atelice sceade, Hml. S. 31, 357. v. sunu-, swín-sceadu.

sceadwian. Add: v. be-sceadwian(?).

sceád-wís; adj. Intelligent, discerning, discriminating :-- Be gesceádwísan geréfan. Se scádwís geréfa sceal æ-acute;gðer witan ge hláfordes landriht ge folces gerihtu, Angl. ix. 259, 3. Mid hú sceádwísre lufe manncynna ealdor for úre edstaðelunge þæ-acute;re róde gealgan underféng, Hml. Th. i. 588, 88. v. ge-sceádwís.

sceádwísness. Add: v. ge-sceádwísness.

sceadwung. Add: something affording shade :-- Sceadewunge umbraculo (furvo facessante veteris instrumenti umbraculo, Ald. 8, 1), An. Ox. 438. [v. N. E. D. shadowing.]

sceáf. II. add :-- Berende scáfas heora, Ps. L. 125, 6. II a. add :-- 'Gebindað þá weód tó scæ-acute;fum (sceáfum, v. l. in fasciculos) tó forbærnenne,' Gr. D. 316, 2. Weóda sceáfas, 11. Bunda &l-bar; byrðenno &l-bar; sceáfa, Mt. L. 13, 30.

sceafa. Add :-- Scafa strigula, Angl. xx. 395, 28. [v. N. E. D. shave.]

sceáf-fót. Add: [O. H. Ger. scéf-fuoz pansa vel pansus.]

sceaft. IV. add: In the phrase scæfta munda perhaps sceaft was intended to denote the extended thumb, v. N. E. D. shaftment. v. web-sceaft: lang-sceaft; adj.

sceaft. II. add(?) :-- Sceafta, Lch. i. 402, 5. v. weorold-sceaft. [Dele un-sceaft.]

-sceaftig, -sceaftigness. v. feá-sceaftig, -sceaftigness.

sceaft-lóha. l. sceaft-ló; pl. -lón, -lóan.

sceaft-rihte, -riht; adv. As straight as a dart, in a straight line :-- Of þám paðe sceaftrihte on alr, C. D. B. iii. 667, 14. West sceftrihte ofer ðone mór, 336, 25. Sceaftryht on cuddancnoll. . . sceaftryht oð lillesforda . . . sceaftryht oþ wideres leáge . . . sceaftryht oþ hlósleáge . . . sceaftryht oþ efes . . . sceaftryht oþ hróces ford, 682, 10-23.

sceaga. Add :-- In hæ-acute;ðleáge sceagan ðæ-acute;r hé þynuest is, C. D. iii. 391, 15. [v. N. E. D. shaw.] v. aler-sceaga.

sceald; adj. ? Shoal, shallow :-- Andlang streámes út on scealdan fleót; ðonnen andlang scealdan fleótes, C. D. iii. 431, 21. Tó scelden mære, iv. 158, 10. Útt on scealdan ford (cf. on ðæs deópan fordes ende, iii. 431, 12), v. 256, 16: 300, 19. [v. N. E. D. shoal; adj., and Phil. Trans. 1895-8, p. 532.]

sceald-húlas. Substitute: some kind of sedge :-- Scaldhúlas paupilius (cf. eolxsegc papilluum, i. 286, 36), Wrt. Voc. ii. 116, 21. [v. N. E. D. shalder rush or sedge.]

sceald-þýfel. Dele 'Scaldhýflas. . . col. 2,' and add :-- Gesáwon hí hine þurh þá scealdþýfelas mid fellum gegyredne. Hí wéndon þ-bar; hit sum wilde deór wæ-acute;re quem dum vestitum pellibus inter fruteta cernerent, aliquam bestiam esse crediderunt, Gr. D. 100, 9. Þá geseah hé þæ-acute;r neáh him weaxan þicce scaluþýfelas (sceald-, v. l.) netelena and brémela urticarum el veprium juxta densa succrescere fruteta conspiciens, 101, 12. Þá mycclan treówa þúhton þám mannum þe hí of þám munte gesáwon swylce lytle scealdþýfelas arbusta ingentia ex monte aspicientibus quasi fruteta esse videbantur, 212, 27.

scealfor. Add: es; m. :-- Gesáwon hié wel feala þára fugela þe wé scealfras nemnaþ, Bl. N. 4, 32. Geseah hé scealfran swimman on ánum flóde . . . þá bebeád Martinus þám mæ-acute;ðleásum scealfrum þ-bar; hí geswicon þæs fixnoðes, Hml. S. 31, 1322.

scealu. III. add :-- Hé hæfð wæ-acute;ga on handa; and on æ-acute;gðere sceale hé byrð rihtwísnesse and mildheortnesse, Ll. Lbmn. 474, 7.

sceaman. v. á-sceaman.

sceam-fæst. Add :-- Ne lyste þé fægeres wífes and sceamfestes? nonne te delectat uxor pulchra, pudica?, Solil. H. 36, 1.

sceamfæst-ness modesty :-- Sceamfestnys (but the word glosses nuditas), An. Ox. 3672. [v. N. E. D. shamefastness.]

sceamian. I. add :-- Hwá bið gesciended ðæt ic eác ðæs ne scamige?, Past. 101, 5. Hé scamode his wiþ men, gif hé ne eóde intó cyrican in swá hálgan dæge þára eástrena si tanto die non iret ad ecclesiam, erubescebat homines, Gr. D. 308, 23. v. un-sceamiende.

sceamisc. Dele, and see sceam-lim, sceamu; III.

sceamlíce. Add :-- Brúcð wíf healsmene, ac bið sceamlíce brocen (abutitur), Lch. i. lx. 4. v. un-sceamlíce.

sceam-lim. Add :-- Scame, scamlim (? printed scamescan lim) veretrum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 96, 54. v. sceamu; III.

sceamol. Add :-- Seó ealde cyrce wæs eall behangen mid criccum and mid creópera sceamelum, Hml. S. 21, 432. [v. N. E. D. shamble.] v. brýd-, ceáp-, toll-sceamol.

sceamu. II. add :-- Hé tó sceame túcode þá leóde, Hml. S. 26, 11: Jud. 15, 8. III. add :-- Scame veretrum (v. sceam-lim), Wrt. Voc. ii. 96, 54. Ic eom wífhádes mann and eallunga líchamlicum wæ-acute;felsum bereáfod, and þá sceame mínes líchaman hæbbende unoferwrigene, Hml. S. 23 b, 208. [v. N. E. D. shame; 7.]

sceanca. I. add :-- Gyf þú hosa habban wylle, þonne stríc þú uppweard on þinum sceancum mid þínum twám handum, Tech. ii. 127, 13. II. add: a leg :-- His scanca (þeóh, v. l. coxa) wæs tóbrocen, þ-bar; þ-bar; bán wæs tódæ-acute;led on twá stycca, Gr. D. 81, 26. Hí tyrndon mid bodege gebígedum sceancum, and heora fótwylmas áwendan ne mihton, Hml. Th. ii. 508, 20.

sceand; m. Add: [Whaðer unker þe geð abake and þis feoht wulle forsake, beo he in ælche londe iqueðe for ane sconde, Laym. 23668]. v. sceand, f. III; swæ-acute;m.

sceand; f. I. add :-- Ne wuldra þú on teónan fæder þínes, nys þé wulðor ac sceand (confusio), Scint. 174, 8. II. add :-- Hit is micel sceand (scand, v. l.) nimis turpe est, Past. 233, 11. III. an infamous person (v. sceand; m.) :-- Eugenia cwæð tó ðære sceande (cf. seó myltestre, 169) þ-bar; heó wæ-acute;re gálnysse ontendnyss, Hml. S. 2, 172. Beseah Hieu tó þæ-acute;re sceande (Jezabel) úp . . . 'Gáð tó þæ-acute;re hætse (vel sceande) þe ic hét niþer ásceófan,' 18, 344-350.

sceandlíce. I. add :-- Ic mé þá sceandlíce (unsceandlíce, v. l.) swá swá ic gewuna wæs, tómiddes heora gemengde, and him tó cwæð: 'Nimað mé on eówer færeld mid eów, ne beó ic ná eów unlícwyrðe,' Hml. S. 23 b, 372.

sceand-lufiende loving shamelessly :-- Sceandlufiende (printed se eardlufiende, but see Hpt. 31, 9, 149) amasius, Lch. i. lxi. 4.

sceap. Add: [Icel. sköpin the genitals.]

sceáp. Add :-- Gif hwá drince wyrm on wætere, ofsníðe sceáp raðe, drince hát þ-bar; sceápes blód, Lch. ii. 114, 8. Hý létan him tó . . . þá mæ-acute;de þe gebyrað tó ðám geréflande . . . and his sceápa læ-acute;se æfter þæs hláfordes, C. D. B. i. 544, 3.

sceáp-lic; adj. Of a sheep, of sheep :-- Swýnenan and æt sceáplican and æt fearlican suouetaurilia (cf. suouetaurili oðða þá þe æt þæ-acute;m geldum þæ-acute;r wæs swín and sceáp and fear, Wrt. Voc. ii. 31, 32), An. Ox. 11, 187.

-sceaplíce. v. ge-sceaplíce: scear. v. gúþ-, inwit-scear: scearan. v. sceran.

sceard a gap. Add :-- On ðæt lytle sceard ðæt is on burhhlinceas, C. D. vi. 220, 17. [Anlang cinincces dich on ðe sherd; of ðane shearde, iii. 417, 22.] [v. N. E. D. shard.]

sceard-hweogol(?) a circle made of shards (?) :-- On sceardhweogol, C. D. iii. 419, 11. v. hweogol; II.

scearfian. Add: v. ge-scearfian.

scearn-wibba. Add :-- Scernwibba cantarus, scarabeus, An. Ox. 23, 23.

scearp. VI. add :-- Tó þám þ-bar; hí þe scearpran on þæ-acute;re sóðan Godes lufu hí æteówdon, Hml. S. 23 b, 94. VI a. add :-- Godes word is cucu and scearp innan læ-acute;rende þis mennisce andgyt, Hml. S. 23 b, 595. v. ungemet-scearp.

scearpe. II. add :-- Sume swíðe scearpe and swotele lóciað; sume unæáðe áwiht geseóð, Solil. H. 44, 22. Sé þe scerpest lócian mæg, 43, 21.

scearp-ecged. l. -ecgede.

scearplíce. I. add :-- Swá þ-bar; stefen eáran Drihtnes scearplíce (efficaciter) þurhfare, Angl. xiii. 378, 192. II. add :-- Háwa swýðe scearplíce hwæ-acute;r sý .xii. K&l-bar; Aprelis, Angl. viii. 309, 36. Hí on swá micclan máran lufe byrnende beóð, swá micclum swá hí Godes beorhtnysse scearplícor sceáwiað, Hml. Th. i. 540, 14.

scearpness. Add :-- Scearpnyssa acuminata, Germ. 399, 259. IV a. bitterness of speech :-- Sum hálig fæ-acute;mne in þám mynstre ðá scearpnesse dysiglicra spræ-acute;ca on hire ágenre tungan hí ná bebeáh quaedam sanctimonialis femina in loco eodem linguae procacitatem atque stultiloquium non declinavit, Gr. D. 340, 16.

scearp-numol. Add: v. numol; II.

scearpþancfullíce; adv. Efficaciously :-- Spæ-acute;c and gesceád hálbæ-acute;re scearpþancfullíce byþ geleornud, gif geþyldelíce þ-bar; byþ geleornud byþ gehýred sermo et ratio salutaris efficaciter discitur, si patienter quod discitur audiatur, Scint. 206, 14.

scearpþanclíce. Add :-- Þænne bodung nytlíce byð forðgeræ-acute;ht þænne scearpþanclíce byð gefylled tunc praedicatio utiliter profertur, quando efficaciter adimpletur, Scint. 125, 7.

scearu the share. Add :-- Hé wearð drepen in þá sceare and þý wæs gelæ-acute;ded tó deáþe percussus in inguine perductus est ad mortem, Gr. D. 324, 14. [v. N. E. D. share.]

scear-wund (?); adj. Wounded in the share :-- Gif man [s]cearwund sié .iii. sci&l-bar;&l-bar;. gebete, Ll. Th. i. 18, 9.

sceát. IV. add: fig. :-- Hé gelæ-acute;dde hine tó þám sceáte þæ-acute;re hálgan cyrican eum ad sanctae ecclesiae gremiun perduxit, Gr. D. 190, 26.