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SCRUDNERE -- SE 699

scrudnere, es; m. An examiner, investigator :-- Strec déma . . . weorca, ac eác swylce geþóhta scrudnere (exactor), Chrd. 88, 33.

scrudnian. Add :-- Man scrutnode (strutnode, MS.) on æ-acute;lcere stówe þæ-acute;r man hí æ-acute;fre geáxian cúðe, Hml. S. 23, 268.

scrybb. Add :-- Andlang scrybbe(?), C. D. B. iii. 603, 28. [To one weie þet geþ to Winchestre þat is ihoten shrubbeshedde bitwiene þe shrubbes, i. 58, 10. See Philol. Trans. 1895, 8, p. 536.]

scrýdan. I. add :-- Nacodne scrédan nudum vestire, R. Ben. I. 20, 2.

scucca. Add :-- Deófol . . . is atelic sceocca, Hml. Th. i. 16, 21. Cwæð se hálga wer tó ðám hetolan sceoccan . . . 'Þú leásbréda feónd and fácnes ordfruma.' Se sceocca sóna fordwán of his gesihðe, Hml. S. 6, 315. Þám sceoccan Satane, R. Ben. I. 57, 5. Se feónd hæfde him mid fela óðre sceoccan, Hml. S. 6, 304. ¶ in a local name :-- Ubi dicitur Scuccanhláu, C. D. i. 196, 1.

scuccen, sceoccen; adj. Devilish, diabolic :-- Man tóheów þá sticmæ-acute;lum þone sceoccenan god, Nap. 55.

scúfa. v. deáþ-scúfa.

scúfan. Add: III a. fig. :-- Aldne monno of scýfende veterem hominem disponentes, Rtl. 32, 32. VI. add :-- Se micla cræftiga hiertende tó scýfð, and egesiende stiérd, Past. 53, 16. v. ge-scúfan; wíd-scofen.

sculan. I. add :-- L. mancsa goldes þe Ælfnóþ him sceal, Cht. Crw. 23, 7. Eal ic him gelæ-acute;ste þ-bar; þ-bar; ic him scolde, Ll. Th. i. 182, 11. Hé forgeaf on Godes ést Centingan ðæne borh ðe hý him sceoldan, C. D. iii. 352. 7. II. add: (8) :-- Þæ-acute;re næ-acute;dran gécynd is þ-bar; æ-acute;lc uht þæ-acute;s þe hió ábítt sc&e-hook;l his líf on slæ-acute;pe geendian, Ors. 5, 13; S. 246, 27. (12) :-- Ic wénde þ-bar; þes sceolde beón mycel and fæger (þ-bar; þes wæ-acute;re micel man and fæger, v. l.) ego grandem hominem credidi, Gr. D. 46, 27. (13) :-- Hé cwaeð þ-bar; sum wer wæ-acute;re þe his wif forsæ-acute;de swá þ-bar; heó sceolde hí sceandlíce forlicgan, Hml. S. 12, 182. III. add: (1) :-- Sóna swá þára Læcedemonia ládteów wiste þ-bar; hé wið þá twégen heras sceolde, Ors. 3, 1; S. 96, 15. (2) :-- Hé nyste hwæ-acute;r hé út sceolde, Ors. 6, 31; S. 286, 20. Hwæt sceolan ús, oþþe hwæt dóþ ús þára worda ymbþonc?, Bl. H. 183, 11.

sculdor. Add: sculdra, an :-- Hé dó of mæssehacelan and twyfeldende hí onbútan lecgehim on wynstran sculdran (in sinistra scapula), Angl. xiii. 406, 588.

scunian. I. add :-- Ðegnum bebeád ðá ðá ðe líchoma ácuellas ne scyniga discipulis praecepit eos qui corpus occidunt non metuere, Lk. p. 7, 12.

-scuniend, -scuniendlic, -scunodlic. v. on-scuniend, -scuniendlic.

scúr. II. add :-- Ðone ungeðyldegan suíðe lytel scúr ðæ-acute;re costunga mæg onhræ-acute;ran impatientem aura tentationis agitat, Past. 225, 5. Ðá scúras ðæ-acute;re costunga ádreógan tentationum procellas tolerare, 401, 32. v. ísern-scúr.

[scúr-fáh; adj. Stormy, tempestuous :-- Scúrfáh winter, Angl. xi. 369, 4, 15.]

-scuta. Dele: scutel. II. add :-- Sgytila momenta, Rtl. 171, 41.

scúwa. Add: a 'shady' person (?) :-- Scúan nebulonis, An. Ox. 7, 139. Cf. fore-scýwa.

scúwan. Add: Cf. fore-scýwung: -scý. v. ge-scý: scydd. Add: [Cf. N. E. D. scud dirt.]

scyfe. I a. add: glossing praecipitium :-- Þá hors . . . þæ-acute;re eá wæ-acute;tres hryne heom ondrédon, efne swá hit sum deáþes plyht oððe scyfe wæ-acute;re aquam fluminis tangere quasi mortalem praecipitium pertimescebant, Gr. D. 15, 10.

scyhhan [:-- Ne áwyrp &l-bar; áscyhh mé of ansýne ne proicias me a facie tua, Ps. Rdr. 50, 13.] Cf. scín, scýan.

scyhtan. Add [ :-- Þú áscihtest freónd and néhstan elongasti a me amicum et proximum, Ps. Rdr. 87, 19.]

scyld. [The word is masculine in the following :-- Scyld (delictum) mínne cúthorn;ne ic dyde, Ps. Rdr. 31, 5. Scyldas delicta, 24, 7: 58, 13.] I. add :-- Þ manna scyldu (-e, v. l.) sín gewítnode ut culpae carnalium puniantur, Gr. D. 323, 13. Scylda, 328, 10. v. un-scyld.

scyld-full. Add: culpable :-- Tó þý þ-bar; ic þý éð mihte gefyllan þá scyldfullan gewilnunga mínes forligeres, Hml. S. 23 b, 339.

scyld-hete. Add: Cf. níþ-hete.

scyldig. I a. add :-- Hé sorgode hú mycel se scyldiga þæs weorces forlure innan his sáwle pensabat culpae reus quantum perdebat intus, Gr. D. 291, 11. IV. add :-- Beó hé útlah wið God . . . and wið þone cyning scyldig ealles þæs þe hé áge (cf. Wlfst. 271, 26), Cht. E. 231, 16. V 2. add :-- Sió hé healsfange scyldig, Ll. Th. i. 40, 2, 5. V 3. with prep. liable to (tó) :-- Scyldig hé wæs tó hellicere súsle for his mándæ-acute;dum, ac hé geandette his synna Drihtne sylfum on ðæ-acute;re ródehengene, Hml. Th. ii. 78, 20. Hí ealle andwyrdon þæt hé scyldig wæ-acute;re tó deáðe, 248, 23. v. deáþ-, efen-, healf-, syn-, wamb-scyldig.

scyldiglíce. v. un-scyldiglíce: scyldigness. For synnignise substitute deáþsynnignise, and add: v. un-synnigness: -scyldigod. v. for-scyldigod.

scyldigung. In l. 1 for 'A criminal charge'; in l. 6 for 'charge . . . it); in l. 7 for 'charge' substitute 'A penalty for crime, wer-gild; wergild; wergild: and add: cf. Ll. Th. i. 116, 4. v. un-scyldigung.

scylf. II. add :-- Scilfas pinnas, Ps. Rdr. 103, 3.

scýn. v. scín.

scyndan. I. add :-- Þeós world is scyndende and heononweard, Bl. H. 115, 19. II 1. add :-- Þæ-acute;r ne wæ-acute;re scynde þá dagas . . . ah beóþ scynde þá dagas nisi breviati fuissent dies illi. . . sed breviabuntur dies illi, Mt. R. 24, 22. II 2. add: v. scynd-ness :-- Hú mon æ-acute;nne mon scyndan scyle ðonne hé yfle costunga manege ðrowað de exhortatione, quae uni adhibenda est contrariis passionibus laboranti, Past. 455, 1.

scyndness, e; f. Incitement, prompting :-- Seó deófollice scyndnes, Gr. D. 40, 18. Hé ne ðrowode nóht dæ-acute;re scyndnesse (náne costunge, v. l.) ofer þ-bar; æ-acute;fre fram þám sweartan cnihte ex illo die nil persuasionis ulterius a nigro puerulo pertulit, 112, 10. Undercropen mid scyndnesse, 41, 16. v. scyndan; II 2.

scyrf. v. scorf: scyrft. For scansio l. (?) scarsio. Cf. scarsus imminutus, Migne.

scyte. Add: IV. the distance to which a shot will go :-- Oþ þ-bar; hé wæs fullneáh in ánes flánes scyte út fram þám lande pene ad unius sagit tae cursum a terra, Gr. D. 114, 34. v. fæ-acute;r-, wáse-scyte.

-scytlic. v. for-scytlic.

scytta. Add :-- On þám elpendum upon stódon gewæ-acute;pnode scyttan (cum armatis jactatoribus), Nar. 4, 16.

scyttan. Add: [v. N. E. D. shut.] v. un-scyttan.

scyttel. Add :-- Se scyttel (scyttels, v. l.) ásceát of þæ-acute;re fetere, Hml. S. 21, 419. Hé þá cyrican beleác and mid scyttelum (scyttelsum, v. l.) besceát . . . wurdon þá scyttelas onweg áworpene ecclesiam clausit, seris munivit. . . abjectis seris, Gr. D. 234, 18-25.

scyttels. Add :-- Scettels pessulus, An. Ox. 46, 33. Hé ne mihte þá scyttelsas unscyttan, Hml. S. 31, 863.

Scyttisc. Add :-- Hé wel cúþe Scyttysc, and Aidan ne mihte gebígan his spræ-acute;ce tó Norþhymbriscum gereorde swá hraþe þágít, Hml. S. 26, 67.

-scýwa, -scýwung. v. fore-scýwa, -scýwung.

se. Add: , and sé. I 1 a :-- His mæ-acute;gas hine féden gif hé self mete næbbe. Gif hé mæ-acute;gas næbbe, oþþe þone mete næbbe, Ll. Th. i. 60, 11. I 2 g :-- Þú flíhst from mé on þí gemete swilc man næ-acute;ddran fleó, Hml. S. 23 b, 318. I 4 :-- Se hýra . . . þonne hé þone wulf geyhþ, þonne flýhð hé . . . and se wulf nimð ðá sceáp, Jn. 10, 12. Se góda læ-acute;ce, Bt. 39,9; F. 226, 10. Byð se ealda man ceald and snoflig, Angl. viii. 299, 35. Dysig bið se wegférenda man, sé ðe nimð þone sméðan weg þe hine mislæ-acute;t, and forlæ-acute;t þone sticolan þe hine gebrincð tó ðæ-acute;re byrig, Hml. Th. i. 164, 9. Nim þ-bar; seax þe þæt hæfte sié hrýþeres horn, Lch. ii. 290, 22. Hrín him mid þý snidísene, 208, 16. I 7. one . . . one, one . . . other. Cf. II 4 :-- Hió hiere folc on tú tódæ-acute;le . . . Hió mid þæ-acute;m healfan dæ-acute;le (one half) beforan þæ-acute;m cyninge farende wæs, , . . and se healfa dæ-acute;l (one half) wæs Ciruse æfterfylgende, Ors. 2, 4; S. 76, 25-30. Þ-bar; is for hwí se góda læ-acute;ce selle ðám hálum men séftne drenc and óþrum hálum biterne, Bt. 39, 9; F. 226, 10. Hé forcearf his basing, and sealde healfne dæ-acute;l þám þearfan and þone healfan dæ-acute;l hé dyde on his hricg, Hml. S. 31, 71. II 1 :-- Þéh þe hit gelumpe þ-bar; him hwilc man ongén cóme, and sé þonne wæ-acute;re gegréted (and hé þone gegrétte, v. l.), Gr. D. 34, 5. Þ-bar; nán man nán má wífa næbbe búton .i. , and seó beó mid rihte beweddod, Ll. Th. ii. 300, 13. Þonne se geohsa of þæ-acute;re ídlan wambe cymð . . . ne bét þone se fnora, Lch. ii. 62, 1: Hml. S. 30, 421. Geseah hé treów licgende and þ-bar; lytel, 23 b, 767. Heó of hyre manega bógas ásendeþ, and þá lange, i. 306, 6. Hér ús ys geboden þ-bar; wé etan lactucas, and þá sýn gréne (cf. eton hig þeorfne hláf mid grénum lactucum, 322, 15), Angl. viii. 323, 41. (2) :-- Hé ábyrgde ðá forbodenan fíctreówes blæ-acute;da, and ðæt on Frigedæg, and ðurh ðæt hé wæs on helle, Sal. K. 182, 34: Chrd. 29, 21. (3):-- S&c-tilde;e Emelianan tíd ðæ-acute;re fæ-acute;mnan; þ-bar; wæs s&c-tilde;e Gregorius faðe, Shrn. 48, 6. Hwá is þæt þe eal ðá yfel ásecgean mæge?, Ors. 1, 8; S. 42, 6. (4) :-- Án cymð, óðer færð; sé bið ácenned, se óðer forðfærð, Hml. Th. i. 248, 16. Þ-bar; þú ús getæ-acute;htest hwæ-acute;s wé þ-bar; and þ-bar; timbrian sceoldon ut nobis ostenderes ubi quid aedificare deberemus, Gr. D. 149, 2. III. :-- Mið ðý gié geseás unfegernis slitnese, ðiú (quae) gecueden wæs from ðæ-acute;m wítgo, Mt. L. 24, 15. In cæstre ðió (quae) is gecuoeden Sichor, Jn. L. R. 4, 5. V 2 b :-- Þæs wíde, Pa. 4. ¶ :-- Þæt hit wæ-acute;re geðúht þæs ðe máre gemynd þæs fæder, Hml. Th. i. 478, 10. 2 b (1) :-- Ne magon hí tó þæs hwón (næ-acute;nigra þinga, v. l.) begitan þá þing þe him geteohhode næ-acute;ron obtineri nequaquam possunt quae praedestinata non fuerint, Gr. D. 54, 13. V 2 c :-- Þæs þe ic ongyte, þes wæs mycel wer ut agnosco, vir iste magnus fuit, Gr. D. 47, 14. V 2 d :-- Lyt manna weorð lange fægen ðæs ðe óðerne bewrencð, Prov. K. 34: Exod. 51. V 3. with prep. tó (1) :-- Hié tó don swíðe forslagene wurdon, þ-bar; hiera feáwa tó láfe wurdon, Ors. 1. 13; S. 56, 9. (2) :-- Tó þon þ-bar; hié his æ-acute;nne ende onbærndon, Ors. 4, 10; S. 200, 15: 1, 4; S. 34, 19. Tó ðon þaeti hí heó geeáðmédden, Cht. E. 42, 8. ¶ with verbs of intention or desire governing an infinitive or a clause, where the action of the verb in the infinitive or clause is intended, because :-- Hé