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702 SEOFON-GETEL -- SIB(B)

Þæ-acute;ra diácona wæs se forma Stephanus. . . þá oðre six wæ-acute;ron . . . Ðás seofon hí gecuron, Hml. Th. i. 44. 18. Fífe læ-acute;gun . . . swilce seofene eác, eorlas Anláfes, Chr. 937; P. 108, 11. Sume menn þisra seofona héddon, Hml. S. 23, 137. (2 a) where age is marked :-- Wæs án twelf geára, óþer nigan geára, and se þridda seofan geára, Shrn. 58, 12. (3) forming part of an ordinal :-- On ðæ-acute;m siofan-and-hundsiofantiogoðan psalme, Past. 465, 4. Se seofan-and-hundeahtatigeða, R. Ben. 37, 18. (4) the abstract number seven :-- Twía seofon beóð feówertýne, Angl. viii. 302, 45.

seofon-getel, es; n. Seven of anything :-- Seofengetelum ebdomadibus, An. Ox. 1533.

seofonhund-wintre; adj. Seven hundred years old :-- Hé wæs seofonhundwintre and seofon-and-hundseofontigwintre, Gen. 5, 31.

seofon-nihte. Add: lasting seven days :-- Mid seofonnihte fæstenne, Hml. S. 31, 1284.

-seofontig. Add: v. un-seofontig.

seofoþa. Add :-- Siofoðe, Past. 41, 19.

seohhe. v. ele-seohhe: seohhian to strain [:-- Þurh cláð geseohhod (-seohgod, v. l.), E. S. 49, 353.] v. seón.

seoh-torr. Dele, and see next word.

seohtre. For 'pipe . . . directed' substitute: ditch, and add: seohtra, an: seohter, es; m. :-- Ondlong ðæs sihtran in ðone ealdan secgmór, C. D. vi. 218, 22. On cytan seohtres ford, v. 374, 22-23. On seohteres heáfod; of þám seohtere, C. D. B. iii. 624, 20. Æt otansihtre, C. D. i. 216, 27. Ofer ðone cnol tó ðæn seohtore tó þrubróce, iii. 451, 14. Tó ðám fúlan siðre; of ðone fúlan siðre on ðæt díc, v. 304, 24. [On sihterwíc, vi. 56, 16.] [Sichter a watercourse, gutter, Jellinghaus.] v. mór-seohtre, and cf. sicerian.

seoleþ. Take here the passage given under seolh-ýða (?).

seolfor-hammen. v. -hammen: seolfor-hilt. Add: -hilte. Cf. fealo-hilte: seolfring. v. sylfring.

seolh; gen. seóles. Add :-- Þæs nama is Seólesíg (Sýleseá, v. l.) quod dicitur Latine insula uituli marini, Bd. 4, 13; Sch. 521, 10. Ðá cómón twégen seólas of sæ-acute;licum grunde, and hí mid heora flýse his fét drýgdon, and mid heora blæ-acute;de his leoma beðedon venere duo de profundo maris quadrupedia, quae vulgo lutrae vocantur. Haec anhelitu suo pedes ejus fovere coeperunt, ac villo satagebant extergere (Vit. Cuth. c. x.), Hml. Th. ii. 138, 11. Seólas simones, An. Ox. 41, 2. .vii. fiscas sélaes fyllu, sifu sélas hronaes fyllu, 54, 1. [Seólesburne, seólescumb. v. C. D. vi. 332.]

seolh-wæd (?), -pæð. (?). l. seolh-pæþ. The facsimile reprint of the codex Vercellensis has seolhpaðu.

seolh-ýða (?). v. seoleþ.

seolucen. Add :-- Seolcen bombicinum (peplum), An. Ox. 460. Seoloken toppa serica pensa, 23, 44. Swá seolcen ðræ-acute;d, 26, 73: Hml. S. 32. 179.

seomian. (1) add :-- Á his lof standeð mycel and mæ-acute;re ond his miht seomaþ éce and edgiong ofer eall gesceaft, Hpt. 33, 73, 27. (2) add :-- Heó wæs gestelled mid líchamlicre mettrumnesse and seonode (seomode,?) laman legre and manega gæ-acute;r wæs hleoniende in hire bedde molestia corporali percussa est, multisque annis in lectulo decubans, Gr. D. 2842.

seón to see. Add: I 2 a. with an infinitive that has no subject :-- Ic seah ræ-acute;pingas in ræced fergan, Rä. 53, 1. III. add: the imperative used exclamatorily:-- Seh þé ecce (Lanc. sithee), Ps. Vos. 7, 15. v. á-, wiþ-seón.

seón to strain. Dele: v. ge-seón, and add: p. seáh (v. þurh-seón). v. be-seón: -seónd. v. fore-seónd: -seóness. v. fore-seóness.

seonu-wealt. [In the gloss at Wrt. Voc. ii. 122, 54 perhaps torosa denotes the roundness or plumpness of a muscular object. Could it be a gloss on a passage from Ovid, torosa colla boum?] I. add :-- Sinewealtre trendla tyrnincge tereti circulorum rotunditate, An. Ox. 522. II. add :-- Of sinewealtum þræ-acute;da cliwene ex tereti filorum glomere, An. Ox. 3734. Sinewealte popelstánas rotundas lapillulos, 1813. v. healf-seonuwealt.

-seóred. v. ge-seóred.

seóþan. I. add :-- Hé seáþ coquebat, Germ. 395, 391. Se déma hét hí læ-acute;dan sóna and seóðan on wætere (belúcan on byrnendum baðe, Shrn. 150, 1), Hml. S. 34, 343. II 1. add :-- Swá swá gold on ofne hé hié sýð and costað in fornace probatur aurum; tu, ut sorde careas, tribulationis camino purgaris, Verc. Först. 141, 21. v. ge-seóþan; níw-soden.

seowian. Add :-- Álces mannes miht þe on módignysse færð is þám gelic swilce man siwige áne bytte, and bláwe hí fulle windes, and wyrce siððan án þyrl þonne heó tóþunden bið on hire greátnysse, þonne tógæ-acute;ð seó miht, Hml. S. 34, 316.

serc. Add :-- Þes pallium þe ic werige wyle mé gelæ-acute;stan, and mín syric ne tósíhð, ne míne sceós ne tóbærstað, æ-acute;r þan þe mín sáwl síðað of þám líchaman, Hml. S. 36, 161.

sére-mónaþ. v. seár-mónaþ.

sescle a sixth part :-- Sextula sive sescle, Angl. viii. 335, 10.

sester. Add :-- iii. sesðlar hláfhwétes, C. D. v. 147, 15. v. gild-, healf-sester; twi-sestre; sesðlar. v. preceding word.

set. II. add: II a. a place of residence :-- Tó cynelicum seton ad palatinas zetas, An. Ox. 2, 132. III. add :-- Terra his terminibus circumcincta. In oriente hámfleót, in occidente puplica strata, in aquilone híredes seota tó présta túne, C. D. ii. 102, 29. ¶ in local names :-- Terrulae partem eiusdem . . . perdono, cuius uocabulum est ruminingseta, ad pastum ouium trecentorum, C. D. i. 54, 33. In loco qui uocatur hrempingwiic, et alia nomine hafingseota, . . . in uicae alter&e-hook; terrae qui dicitur bobingseata, 211, 11-14. IV. cultivated ground, place where something is set or planted :-- On beánsetum, C. D. i. 315, 31. v. hring-, sunn-, winter-set.

-setedness. v. for[e]-, tó-setedness.

seten. I. Take ymb-seten to II. II. for Lind. l. Rush. Add: v. cwild-, hundred-seten; -setenness. Add: v. of-, ymb-setenness.

séþan. Add :-- Séþað contendunt (eundem non defunctum), An. Ox. 8, 103. Secgende and séðende þ-bar; him swá gelumpen, for ðan ðe hé Godes templ tawode tó bysmore, Hml. S. 25, 541. v. tó-séþan.

set-hrægl. Add :-- Ðonne þú setrægel habban wille, þonne plice þu ðíne ágene gewéda mid twám fingrum, tóspréd þíne twá handa and wege hí swylce þú setl gesydian wille, Tech. ii. 122, 17. Kénwolde helm and byrnan . . . and Eádgyfe his swyster . . . . i. sethrægl, Cht. Crw. 23, 22. [.viiii. setreil, C. D. B. iii. 366, 20.]

-séþness. v. ge-séþness.

séþung. Add :-- Þæ-acute;t wiðcwæit. . . Defensor, ac hé wearð gescynd þurh Godes séþunge . . . Ðá wearð þ-bar; folc ástyrod on swíðlicum hreáme þ-bar; Godes sylfes séðung þæ-acute;r geswutelod wæ-acute;re, Hml, S. 31, 270-282. Gregorius ábæd æt Críste þæt hé æteówode ánum twýnigendum wífe embe his gerýnu mycele séðunge, Hml. Th. ii. 272, 24. Se apostol áýdlode ealle þæs drýes séðunge, and geswutelode ðurh wítegena séðunge þæt Críst is sóð Godes sunu, 412, 29-414, 2: 420, 5.

setl. Among the cpds. dele burhgeat-, and add. I 2 a. a seat that is the right of a member of an official society or body :-- Gif ceorl geþeáh þ-bar; hé hæfde setl and sundernote on cynges healle, Ll. Th. i. 190, 17. I a. add :-- Þæ-acute;r sæ-acute;ton setla on dóme illic sederunt sedes in iudicio, Ps. L. 121, 5. I c. add :-- Sió sunne þæ-acute;r gæ-acute;ð neár on setl þonne on óðrum lande, Ors. 1. 1; S. 24, 18. II. add :-- Án setl æt S&c-tilde;e Martine (cf. unam sedem in loco qui dicitur S&c-tilde;i Martini ecclesia et unam modicam uillulam at eandem sedem, 137, 10), Cht. E. 139, 20. Hí him bæ-acute;don setles and eardungstówe on heora lande petierunt in ea sibi sedes et habitationem donare, Bd. 1, 1; Sch. 11, 6. Him sylfum setl (seðel, v. l.) and eardungstówe geáhnian sibimet sedes uindicare, Sch. 12, 12. II a. add :-- Þæs apostolican seðles, Bd. 1, 23; Sch. 48, 1. III. add :-- Þá ðá hé tó gange cóm and hé gesæt, þá gewand him út eall his innewearde æt his setle, Hml. Th. i. 290, 20. v. ceáp-, fore-, gang-, heofon-, hring-, on-, toll-, winter-setl.

setla. Add: v. ancor-, fót-, land-setla.

setl-hrægl. Add :-- Hé geann Wulfgáre his mæ-acute;ge twégra wáhryfta and twégra setlhrægla, Cht. Crw. 23, 15.

setlung. I. add: I a. a session, an assembly of persons sitting :-- Ætforan þæ-acute;re engelican þæs heofenlican pleghúses setlunge ante angelicum c&e-hook;lestis theatri consessum, An. Ox. 1753. II. add :-- Seó sunne setlunge geneálæ-acute;hð on þæs dæges geendunge, Hml. Th. ii. 76, 23: 302, 2. Ne læ-acute;t ðú ðæt yrre licgean on ðínre heortan ofer sunnan setlunge (cf. sol non occidat super iracundiam vestram, Eph. 4, 26), Hex. 46, 14.

setness. Add: v. fram-setness: setnian. v. for-, of-setnian.

settan. II. add: to place in or out of a condition :-- Man sette Stigant of his bisceopríce, Chr. 1043; P. 162, 26. Ne sete þú him ðás dæ-acute;da tó synne ne statuas illis hoc peccatum, Hml. Th. ii. 34, 21. On gewrit settan, Ll. Th. i. 58, 22. III. add :-- Fuglas heofnes ne settas &l-bar; sáwas volatilia caeli non serunt, Mt. L. 6, 26. On længtene wíngeard settan, Angl. ix. 262, 8. III a. to people or garrison a place with :-- Hér dræ-acute;fde Eádgár cyng þá preóstas on Ceastre of Ealdan mynstre . . . and of Middetúne, and sette hý mid munecan, Chr. 964; P. 116, 3. VI. add :-- Se cásere sette gebann, þæt wæ-acute;re on gewritum ásett eall ymbhwyrft, Hml. Th. i. 30, 1. Þá sette Boia þás spéce wið Ælfríce; þ-bar; wes þ-bar; Putrael sealde Ælfríce viii oxa, Cht. E. 274, 4. Hé sætte mycel deórfrið . . . Eác hé sætte be þám haran, þ-bar; hí mósten freó faran, Chr. 1086; P. 221, 6-12. VIII. dele Met. 1, 4, and add :-- Hwelc cynig bið færende tó settanne gifeht (committere bellum) wið óðerne cynig, Lk. R. 14, 31. X. add :-- Hé sette Æþelgár abbod tó Níwan mynstre tó abbode, Chr. 964; P. 116, 3. Þá hé bebyrged wæs hié settan him hyrdas tó, Bl. H. 177, 26. XIII. add :-- Hí úre béc setton swá swá hí geleornodon æt heora láreówe Críste, Hml. S. 16, 151. XIV. to proceed in a specified direction, set out :-- Ðá geáxedon þ-bar; lið þ-bar; on Sandwíc læg embe Godwines fare, setton þá æfter, Chr. 1052; P. 178, 29. Setton súðweardes sigeþeóda twá, Met. 1, 4. v. ofer-settan.

-settendlic. v. fore-, ge-settendlic; -setting. v. of-setting: -sewen; adj. v. for-, ymb-sewen: -sewen[n]. v. for-sewen[n]: -sewenlic. v. for-, ge-, ofer-, un(?)-sewenlic: -sewenlíce. v. for-, ge-sewenlíce:

-sewenness. v. for-, ofer-sewenness.

sib(b); f. II. add :-- God ús læ-acute;rð sibbe and deófol ús læ-acute;rð unsibbe,