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SÉFTNESS -- SEOFON 701

séftness. Add :-- Mid heálicre séf[t]nysse stæfne cum summ&e-hook; tranqulitatus uoce, Angl. xiii. 396, 436.

-segendness. v. á-segendness.

segl. I. add :-- Þæt scip wæs ealne weg yrnende under segle, Ors. 1, 1; S. 19, 34. Æfter siextegum daga þæs þe ðæt timber ácorfen wæs, þæ-acute;r wæ-acute;ron xxx and c. gearora ge mid mæste ge mid segle, 4, 6; S. 172, 5. III. add :-- Segl larbanum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 70, 40. Segel labarum (Hpt. Gl. 456, 69 has segen), An. Ox. 2130.

seglan. Add :-- Witodlíce ðú becymst tó Rómebyrig, ofer sæ-acute; ðú seglast (equidem Roman ingressurus es, mare transiturus, Gr. D. bk. 2, c. 15), Hml. Th. ii. 168, 31. v. ge-siglan, ofer-seglian.

segl-gird. In l. 7 after 'antemnas' insert Wrt. Voc. ii. , and add :-- Segelgyrdum antemnis. An. Ox. 38, 1.

seglung sealing, v. in-seglung.

segnian. I. add :-- Hé his hand úp áhóf and sénode hine sylfne, and þus cwæð, 'God Ælmihtig gebletsige mé,' Hml. S. 23, 521. 'Segna þé, and sete þé on þ-bar; tácen ðæ-acute;re hálgan róde.' Hé cwæd, 'Ic wille mé segnian, ac ic ne mæg' 'Signum tibi sanctae crucis imprime'. Respondebat dicens, 'Volo me signare, sed non possum,' Gr. D. 325, 3-4. II. add :-- Æfter gereorde Críst bletsode húsel . . . Hí æ-acute;ton þæt lamb æfter ðám ealdan gewunan, and hé syððan sóna sénode húsel, Hml. Th. ii. 244, 30.

segnung. Add:-- Benedictus áþenede his handa and áwrát Crístes róde tácn, and þ-bar; fæt mid þæ-acute;re ylcan sénunge hé tóbræc extensa manu Benedictus signum crucis edidit, et vas eodem signo rupit, Gr. D. 105, 4.

seht. Add: v. twi-seht: sehtan. Add: v. twi-sehtan: sehtness. Add: v. twi-, un-sehtness: [seim]. Add: [v. N. E. D. seam fat.]

sél; adv. I. add :-- Hé gebæd for hine, and him wæs sóna sæ-acute;l (sél, v. l.); and hé hine þá genam oravit, moxque ilium melius habentem tulit, Gr. D. 247, 25. VI. add :-- Næs him ealles ná þe sél þæs þe hé georne hédde, Hml, S. 23, 638.

seld. I. add :-- Þá preóstas þises apostolican seldes (sedis), Gr. D. 34, 30: 38, 8. v. winter-seld.

seldan. Add :-- Ðá reáferas geðenceað swíðe oft hú micel hié sellað, and swíðe seldun (-on, v. l.) hé willað gemunan hú micel hié nimað, Past. 342, 15.

seld-cúþ. Add: I. strange :-- Uppon S&c-tilde;e Michaeles mæssan ætýwde án selcúð steorra on æ-acute;fen scýnende and sóna tó setle gangende, Chr. 1097; P. 233, 27. II. various, different, not of one kind :-- Hé forgeaf æ-acute;lcum ðæ-acute;ra wyrhtena seltcúð gereord, and heora nán ne cúðe óðres spræ-acute;ce tócnáwan (cf. confundamus linguam eorum, Gen. 11, 7), Hml. Th. i. 318, 19. Selcúþe reáf varias uestes, Coll. M. 27, 9. Hé geswác ðæs dihtes ðæs deóplican cræftes, swá dæt hé selcúðe (different from those already created) syððan scyppan nolde, ac ðá ylcan geedníwian, Hex. 20, 15. Ðá reahte hé mislicu and selcúð þing (multa ac varia), Solil. H. 3, 2. [v. N. E. D. selcouth.]

selden; adj. Rare, infrequent :-- Seldene synd frýnd þá þe oð ende wuniað leófe rari sunt amici qui usque ad finem existant cari, Scint. 197. 18. v. N.E.D. seldom; adj.]

seld-lic. Add: v. fregen-seldlic.

seld-síne. Add :-- Ðearle seldséne is ðæt þá (þe) welan ágniað tó reste ónettom rarum est ut qui diuitias possident ad requiem tendunt (Scint. 183, 9), E. S. viii. 473, 33. [v. N. E. D. seldseen. O. H. Ger. selt-sáni: Ger. selt-sam.]

sele. Add: v. ge-, máþm-, feld-, þæc-sele.

selen. I. add :-- Se cásere dæ-acute;lde his cempum cynelice sylene, Hml. Th. ii. 502, 5. Se cásere began tó gifenne æ-acute;lcum his cempum cynelice sylene (gifu, v. l.), Hml. S. 31, 97. v. ge-, gild-selen.

seleness. v. eft-, ge-seleness.

self. A. I δ. add :-- Gif þú geótendæ-acute;dre ne mæge áwríþan, genim þ-bar; selfe blód þe of yrnð, Lch. ii. 148, 17. II 1 α :-- Hió seulf, C. D. B. ii. 146, 29. Hé eardode ána mid him sylfum, Gr. D. 105, 29. Wé magon cweþan þ-bar; sé wæ-acute;re mid him sylfum þe gesæ-acute;d is on ðám godspelle þ-bar; hé fæder forléte and feorr land sóhte, 106, 24. II 1 γ :-- Nú wille ic þ-bar; þú sitte þé sylf on þínre cytan, Hml. S. 33, 167. II a. add: with ágen :-- Hé hine forlét tó his ágnes sylfes dóme, Gr. D. 13, 20. III a :-- Gif his hwá sié lustful! máre tó witanne, séce him þonne self þæt, Ors. 3, 2; S. 100, 27. IV :-- 'Hwæt déstú gif ic tómergen middeges gebíde ?' Hé cwæð, 'Sylf ic swelte þonne' 'what will you do if I live to see midday tomorrow? He said, 'I will kill myself if you do,' Hml. S. 3, 591. Þá habbað him sylf cyning, Ors. 1, 1; S. 20, 1. Æ-acute;gðer ge hié self wéndon ge ealle ðá neáhþeóda þ-bar; hié ofer hié ealle mehte anwald habban, 3, 1; S. 96, 6: Bd. pref.; Sch. 4, 12. B. add :-- Genim þás wyrte sylfe gecnucude (cf. genim þás ylcan wyrte swá wé æ-acute;r cwæ-acute;don gecnucude, 5), Lch. i. 322, 2. C. translating solus :-- Willa on him sylf oferprút ys uoluntas in eis sola superba est, Scint. 183, 11. For sylfre ídelre gylpincge pro sola inani gloria, 144, 11. Gif æfter woruld sweltende þ-bar; sylfe démde on heortan gegladað si secundum saeculum moriens quod solum decreuit corde delectatur, 216, 8.

self-cwala, an; m. A suicide :-- Wé sceolan witan þ-bar; nán sylfcwala, þ-bar; is ágenslaga, ne becymð tó Godes ríce, O. E. Hml. i. 296, 14. Sylfcwalan and hæ-acute;ðene men ne ðurfon tó þám dóme; ac hié bióð sóna fordémede, Verc. Först. 172. Sylfcwalan biothanatas, An. Ox. 7, 181.

self-démere with the same meaning as self-déma, q. v. :-- Sylfdémera sarabaitorum, R. Ben. I. 10, 6. Sylfdémerum sarabaitis, 11, 4.

self-lic. Add :-- Sylflicre lu[fe] ultroneo affectu, An. Ox. 56, 110.

self-wendlíce under one's own direction, self-wildlíce under one's own control. Cf. wealdes. v. self-willendlíce.

self-wille. Add :-- Sylfwille wurðmynt Gode spontanea honor Deo, Hml. S. 8, 204. Sylfwilles þeówdómes voluntarie seruitutis, An. Ox. 236: 1509. Mid sylfwillum lufum ultroneis affectibus, 1233.

self-willendlíce; adv. According to one's own will or desire :-- Hé hæfde æ-acute;nne sunu . . . þone hé lufode swíþe líchamlíce and fédde selfwillendlíce (seolfweldlíce, selfwendlice, v. l.) filium habuit, quem nimis carnaliter diligens remisse nutriebat; he brought him up to have his own way, Gr. D. 289, 5.

self-willes. (1) add :-- Wé sceolan beón eádmóde, wille wé, nelle wé, and hé wolde sylfwilles ús syllan ðá bysne, Hml. S. 16, 121. Scealt þú þínes unþances þone hord ámeldian þe þú sylfwilles æ-acute;r noldest cýðan, 23, 716. Syl(f)willes ultronea (Victoria . . . ultronea spospondit se . . . pulsaturam, Ald. 69, 15), An. Ox. 4862.

sellan. I. add :-- Nim þá fífe and syle Martio, Angl. viii. 303, 30. III. add :-- Sé ðe sylð drinc eów calic fulne wæteres, Mk. 9, 41. Eal þ-bar; flæ-acute;sc þ-bar; wildeór læ-acute;fen, ne eten gé þ-bar;, ac sellað hit hundum, Ll. Th. i. 54, 2. IV b. add :-- Þæ-acute;r man hláf sealde tó ceápe, Hml. S. 23, 563. IV d. add :-- Hig sealdon þæt on tigelwyrhtena æcyr, Mt. 27, 10. V a. add :-- Man bróhte his heáfod on ánum disce and sealde þám mæ-acute;dene; and þæt mæ-acute;den hyre méder, Mt. 14, 11.

sellend-lic; adj. To be given; dandus :-- Ðá ðe næ-acute;fre gystas on húsærne onfóð, búton sellendlices gysthúses méd æ-acute;r ápinsod sý (nisi prius dandi hospitii merces compensetur), Chrd. 102, 1. Swá hwylce swá wénað þ-bar; sóð lufu sý on anfóndlicum and sellendlicum þingum (dandis atque accipiendus rebus), ná hwónlíce dweliað, 110, 8.

seltan to salt. v. siltan.

séma. Add :-- Sum wer wæs on þyssere ylcan byrig, þæs nama wæs Aduocatus, sé wæs séma and ríhtend manigra manna (the Latin is: Quidam aduocatus in hac urbe), Gr. D. 297, 6.

semnend(-ed)-lic; adj. Sudden :-- Slagen mid sæmnedlicre (semnendlicre, v. l.) blindnesse subita caecitate percussus, Gr. D. 235, 3. In þæ-acute;re fæ-acute;rlican (symnenlican and fæ-acute;rlican, v. l.) wafunge in subito stupore, 284, 23. v. samnunga.

senatus. Add :-- Mid þára senata (senatuses, v. l.) willan voluntate senatus, Ors. 4, 10; S. 202, 20. For þára senatum ege, 5, 9; S. 232, 28.

sencan. Add: v. for-sencan.

send, e; f. A present :-- Ne sí munece álýfed þæt hé æ-acute;nig gewrit oþþe sende oðþe lác from hyra mágum oþþe from æ-acute;nigum óþrum men underfón nullatenus liceat monacho neque a parentibus suis neque quoquam hominum litteras, eulogias, vel quelibet munuscula accipere, R. Ben. 87, 11. Cf. sand.

sendan. I b. add: (b. β) where a thing is personified :-- Ic (a storm) . . . wrecan on wáþe wíde sended, Rä. 2, 11. III. add :-- Hé on æ-acute;nne lytelne calic sende sumne dæ-acute;l þæs líchaman and þæs blódes úres Drihtnes, Hml. S. 23 b, 659. Þá sende seó heofen níwne steorran, Hml. Th. i. 298, 26. IV b. add :-- God him sende ufan greáte hagolstánas, Jos. 10, 11. IV c. add :-- Ne wéne ge þ-bar; ic cóme sybbe on eorðan tó sendanne; ne cóm ic sybbe tó sendanne, ac swurd, Mt. 10, 34.

sengan. Add: figuratively, to afflict grievously :-- Ic senged beóm tribulor, Ps. Rdr. 30, 10. Cf. seóþan.

seó. Add :-- Wurdon his eágan yfele gehefegode . . . mid swíðlicum myste, swá þ-bar; his seón swýðe þeóstrodon, Hml. S. 31, 588.

seóc. Add: v. ádl- (E. S. xxxix. 322), lenden-, wéden(d)-, wód-seóc.

seócan; p. seác. To be ill :-- Þysum cnihte seócendum (aegrotanti) and forneáh tó his ænde gelæ-acute;ddum, Gr. D. 338, 24. [v. N. E. D. sick. vb. Goth. siukan.]

seóc-mód; adj. Not strong-minded :-- Hræce hé and snýte bæftan him, and þæt fortrede, þe læ-acute;s hit seócmódum (infirmis mentibus) bróþrum and císum wyrðe tó wlættan, Cnid. 23, 9.

seócness. Add :-- Mid godcundum dihte byð gedón þæt lengtogran leahtras seócnyss (egrotatio) lengre bærnð, Scint. 161, 19.

seód. Add :-- Purs &l-bar; seód fiscus, An. Ox. 18b, 36. Hé nán þing him sylfum of his campdómes scipe on his seóde ne heóld búton þ-bar; hé dæghwámlíce tó bigleofan hæfde, Hml. S. 31, 55.

seófian. l. seofian, and add: v. un-seofiende.

seofon. Add: when used without an immediately following noun the nominative is seofon or seofone. (1) :-- .vii. fiscas sélaes fyllu, sifu sélas hronaes fyllu, sifu hronas hualaes fyllu, An. Ox. 54, 1.Þæ-acute;ra eádigra seofon slæ-acute;pera ðrowung, Hml. S. 23, 1. Ne secge ic þé oð seofon (seofun, R., seofo. L.) síðas, ac oð seofon hundseofontigon síðon, Mt. 18, 22. (1 a) in combination with decades :-- Twá hundredum and seofon and sixtigum fíftýne geáres getel, An. Ox. 3036. (2) :--