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698 SCIP-HERE -- SCRÚD-FEOH

scip-here. Add: v. norþ-sciphere.

scip-hláford. Add :-- Þá geseah þæs scypes hláford þ-bar; Eustachies wíf swíðe fæger wæs; þá gewilnode hé hí habban . . . þá bícnode se sciphláford tó his mannum þ-bar; hí hine (Eustachius) út sceoldon wurpan, Hml. S. 30, 169.

scip-liþ, es, n. A naval force :-- Þ-bar; sciplið gewende tó Legeceastre, Chr. 1055; P. 186, 18.

scip-líþend, -líþende. Add :-- On sæ-acute; bið þæt sciplíðendra cwalm swá mycel, þ-bar; nænig man ne wát tó secganne ne næ-acute;nigum eorðcyninge be ðám sciplíðendum illo tempore navium adcessio erit in pelago, ut nemo nemini novum referrat regi terr&e-hook;, Verc. Först. 119, 15. Hí sóhton betwux sciplíþende, Hml. S. 33, 188.

scip-mann. Add :-- Scypmen nauit&e-hook;, Germ. 400, 493. (3) a fighting man who goes in a ship :-- Cómon of Denemearcon þreó Swegenes suna mid .cc. scypum and .xl. . . . æ-acute;r þan þe þá scypmenn þider cómon hæfdon þá Frenciscan þá burh forbærned, Chr. 1069; P. 204, 21. Se cyning hæfde micle landfyrde tóeácan his scipmannum, 1052; 181, 18. [O. Frs. skip-mann.]

scippan. Add: v. frum-, un-sceapen.

scippend. Add: a creator :-- Nú cwæ-acute;don gedwolmen þæt deófol gesceópe sume gesceafta, ac hí leógað; ne mæg hé náne gesceafta gescyppan for ðan ðe hé nis ná scyppend, Hml. Th. i. 16, 21. v. frum-, ge-scippend.

scip-toll; n. (not m.). Add :-- Cómon hí tó sæ-acute; and þæ-acute;r gemétton scip standan, and hí on þ-bar; eódon, and mid him reówan. Þæs scypes hláford . . . gyrnde þæs scyptolles, Hml. S. 30, 167.

scip-wræc what is cast up from a wreck :-- Cum omni maris eiectu, quod shipwrec appellamus, C. D. iv. 146, 9. Cum omnibus quaecunque maris procellosis tempestatibus, in aquam uel in terram eorum eiecta fuerint, quod Anglice shipwreck promulgatum est onomate, 28.

scír. I. add :-- Gebohtre scíre wítnung ambitus judicium, Wrt. Voc. i. 21, 12. Hé onféng þæ-acute;re heordelican scíre gýmnysse pastoralem suscepit curam, Gr. D. 191, 26. Héde sé ðe scíre (cf. scír-mann; I.) healde, Angl. ix. 259, 13. III. dele last passage, and add :-- Férde se bisceop tó scíre gemóte (cf. scír-gemót), C. D. iv. 234, 27. IV. add :-- Cappadoniscre scíre Cappadox, i. episcopus Cappadocie, An. Ox. 2302. v. mæ-acute;g-, weorold-scír; scíre.

scír; adj. Add: I b. morally clear, pure. [v. N. E. D. shire; adj. 4] :-- Sceomiande man sceal in sceade hweorfan, scír in leóhte geríseð, Gn. Ex. 67. II f. add :-- Scírre clarior (limpida sum Titanis clarior orbe, Ald. 272, 18), An. Ox. 23, 36.

scíran. Add: [v. N. E. D. shire; vb.] v. á-scíran; scír-biscop. Add: [Ic beode æc þ-bar; se scyrbiscop ne seo swa dyrstlece þ-bar; he ne hading ne haleging ne do on þis abbotrice buton seo abbot hit him bidde, Chr. 675; P. 36, 12.]: scirdan. Add: v. ge-scirdan: scíre, an; f. v. geréf-scíre.

scirian. Add :-- On þám se abbod scyrige (swyrige, MS.) his byrðena in quibus abba partiat honera sua, R. Ben. I. 54, 4. v. for-, tó-scirian; un-áscirod.

scír-lett a piece or measure of land :-- On bisceopes scírlett; ofer &b-bar;. scírlett, Cht. E. 239, 9. Cf. geoc-led.

scír-mann. I. add: Angl. ix. 262, 14. v. heáh-scírmann.

scirpan to sharpen. Add :-- Ísen mid ísene byð gescyrped and mann scyrpð (exacuit) ansýne freónd(es) his, Scint. 205, 4. Hig scerptan exacuerunt, Ps. L. 63, 4.

scirpan to clothe. Add: (1) to dress :-- Nimað þis hrægl and scrýdað (scyrpað, v. l. vestite) eów mid, Gr. D. 202, 27. Þá þá hé wæs eallinga eft scyrped vestitus, 343, 19. (2) to equip for a journey :-- Hé hine hám wel scyrpan wolde, Bd. 5, 19; Sch. 659, 25. v. un-scirped.

-scirpendlic. v. ge-scirpendlic; -scít(e). v. for-scít(e); -scite. v. wáse-scite.

scíte. Add :-- Se mæssepreóst genam þá scétan (scýtan, v. l.) of þám weófoáe presbyter ex altari sindonem tulit, Gr. D. 72, 32. v. wæter-scíte; sceát, sceáta.

Sciþþisc; adj. Scythian :-- Hiene gesóhte seó Sciþþisce cwén, Ors. 3, 9; Swt. 130, 10. Þá Scyððiscan þeóda ofslógan úre fela, Hml. S. 7, 345. ¶ the definite form used substantively :-- Ðá Scyðiscan wunnon wið hine, 300. Siððan hé ðá Scyððiscan oferwinð, 309.

scitte. Add: [v. N. E. D. skit. Cf. A. D. 987. This year two diseases unknown to the English in past ages, viz. a fever among men and a murrain among cattle, called in the English language 'the skit', and which may be described as a flux of the bowels, sorely troubled the whole of England, causing . . . the universal loss of cattle, Fl. Wigorn.]

scofl. Add: v. stel-, windwig-scofl.

scógan. Add:-- Sceógian hí calcient se, Angl. xiii. 399, 456. Gán hí tó sceógienne eant ad calciandum, 413, 682. v. ge-, on-, un-scógan.

scóh. Add :-- Þám ádlian þúhte swylce man his æ-acute;nne scó (sceó, v. l.) of ðám fét him átuge, Hml. S. 21, 126. Þára sceóna tácen is þæt þú sette þínne scetefinger uppon þíune fót, Tech. ii. 126, 13. Þá þwangas þára scóna ongunnon heom sylfe tóslupan . . se deófol him hýrde þá scós of tó dónne, Gr. D. 221, 22-25. Gescód mid gehammenum (geclútedum, v. l.) scón, 37, 13. Gescrýd mid gyldenum cynehelme and mid goldfellenum sceón, Hml. S. 31, 752. Sum sútere siwode þæs hálgan weres sceós, 15, 23.

scóh-wyrhta. Add :-- Hé gewunode þ-bar; hé ongan sceós wyrcan. Be þám scóhwyrhtan geseah sum óðer man . . . hé ongan ácsian be ðám lífe þæs sceóhwyrhtan (scóh-, v. l.), Gr. D. 322, 1-5.

-scola. v. ge-scola.

scolu. II. add :-- Hí singan on Grécisc agios . . . and eft scolu (schola) on Léden sanctus . . . seó sculu (scola) andswaraþ on Léden, Angl. xiii. 418, 757-762. v. leornung-scolu.

scóm-hylt, e; f. Substitute: scóm-hylte, es; n. Cf. heáh-hylte.

scop-leóþ. Add :-- Mé wæs swilce swíðlic lust þæ-acute;ra sceandlicra sceopleóða mé gedréfde (-on, MS.), þonne hí mé on móde gebróhton þá deóflican leóþ tó singanne þe ic æ-acute;r on worulde geleornode, Hml. S. 23 b, 539.

scorf. Add :-- Swá mycel hreófle and sceorfe (scurf, scyrf, v. l.), Bd. 5, 2; Sch. 557, 12.

scorfed. l. scorfede, and add :-- Scurfede hors, An. Ox. 46, 1.

scorian to project. Add :-- For þám clifstánum þe þæ-acute;r gehwæ-acute;r út sceorodon (scoredon, v. l.) of þám munte, Gr. D. 213, 5.

scort. I. add :-- Wæs þæ-acute;r án stów swýþe sceort (locus brevissimus) in þæs muntes sídan, Gr. D. 49, 5. II. add :-- Hé wénde þ-bar; swá scort (sceort, v. l.) man (cf. lytelne, 10) ne mihte ná habban swá ormæ-acute;tne hlísan þurh hálinesse, Gr. D. 46, 18. III 2 b. add :-- Ðá wolde se cniht his wíte geendian mid scortum deáðe, Hml. S. 12, 190. III 2 c. add :-- Dactilus stent on ánum langum tíman and twám sceortum, Angl. viii. 314, 15.

scortian. Add: v. un-scortende.

scort-ness. I. add :-- Under sceortnysse sub breuitate, Angl. xiii. 446, 1158. For sceortnysse daga, 437, 1028.

scoru, a score :-- v. scora (quinquies uiginti) scæ-acute;p, Nap, 56. [Icel. sker.]

scot. V. add: a part of a building shut off from the rest, a chancel :-- Sume þá men þe stódan beforan þám sceote quidam ex his qui extra sacrarium stabant, Gr. D. 236, 1.

scotian. I 2. add :-- Hí fuhton mid Iúdan sceotiende heora flán on ðá hæ-acute;denan leóda, Hml. S. 25, 495.

Scot-land. I. add :-- Igbernia, þ-bar; wé Scotland hátað Hibernia, Ors. 1, 1; S. 24, 16.

scot-lira, l. -líra; Scottas. Add: v. Norþ-Scottas.

scræf. I. add :-- Mín hús is gebedhús, and gé hit habbað gedón sceaðum tó screafe (gescræfe, Mt. R. 21, 13), Hml. Th. i. 406, 3. v. heort-, stán-scræf.

scrætte. Add: [v. N. E. D. scrat.]

scrapian to scrape :-- Gyf þú æ-acute;gera beþurfe, þonne scrapa þu mid þínum fingre úp on þínne wynstran þúman, Tech. ii. 124, 1. [Icel. skrapa.]

-screncedness. Add: v. for-screncedness: -scrépe; n. v. ge-scrépe: -scrépelíce, -scrépen, -scrépness. v. ge-screpelíce, -scrépen, -scrépness: screón(?). Perhaps for-scráf should be read. v. for-scrífan.

scríc. Add :-- Scríc structio, Hpt. 33, 241, 65. Scríc turdus, þryssce strutio, Wrt. Voc. i. 63, 2.

scrid. Add :-- Cræt &l-bar; sc[r]id currus, Ps. Cam. 67, 18. Fýrene scridu igneos currus, Chrd. 99, 9. Cræta, scriþena bigarum, An. Ox. 2185. Scriddum bigis, 18, 22. Scrid&u-long; carpentum, Germ. 393, 154.

scride. v. scriþe.

scrífan. Add: III a. to determine :-- Ne dear ic náht þrístelíce be þissere wísan reccan ne ne scrífan hac de re temere definire nil audeo, Gr. D. 332, 13. V c. add :-- Hí ná ne scrifan (hogodon, v. l.) þéh hí eallinga hire sáwle ádwæ-acute;sctan, Gr. D. 73, 19. [From Latin. See Hpt. 36, 145, sqq.]

scrift-scír. Add :-- Bútan hé hæbbe þæs biscopes gewitnesse þe hé on his scriftscíre sý, Ll. Th. i. 212, 22.

scrimman. Add: [v. N. E. D. shrim.]

scrín. Add: e; f.: -- Ðis mycel is gegolden of þæ-acute;re cyricean W. cyninge syððan hé þis land áhte . . . of þæ-acute;re hlangan scríne .viii. pund, Cht. Th. 439, 32. Hé forlét þá scríne his feohgestreónes scrinium deseruit, Gr. D. 52, 6.

scrincan. Add: v. un-áscruncen: scrind. For scrinde perhaps scynde (v. scyndan) might be read. Cf. the intransitive use of the verb in reference to a ship :-- Brimwudu scynde, Gú. 1305: scrípan. v. screpan: scripp. Dele, the MSS. of Hml. Th. i. 394, 7 have scip, scipp: scriptor. v. tíd-scriptor: scriða. Dele: scriðe. l. (?) scride: scríþing. Add: v. geond-scríþing.

scrúd. I. add: Fíf mancusas gold . . . tó fyrþrunge and tó scrúde, Cam. Phil. Soc. 1902, p. 15. II. add :-- 'Ásend him twá scrúd (vestes mutatorias duplices) and sum pund'. . . 'Genim feówer scrúd (vestimenta) and twá pund,' Hml. Th. i. 400, 19-21. Se gýtsere hæfð æ-acute;nne líchaman and menigfealde scrúd, 66, 1.

scrúd-feoh, -feós; n. Money for the purchase of garments :-- Hyra scrúdfeó, Cam. Phil. Soc. 1902, p. 15.