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SLECG -- SMEORTAN 705

or absolute) I. add :-- Þá slóh hé æ-acute;nes on þ-bar; wæter . . . þá slóh hé eft on ðone streám mid his láreówes sciccelse percussit semel . . . percussit fluvium magistri pallio, Gr. D. 19, 18-26. Heó leát tó siege and hé slóh þá tó, ac þ-bar; swurd ne mihte búton þá hýde ceorfan, þeáh þe hé betelíce slóge, Hml. S. 12, 211. Þeáh him mon sleá mid sweorde wiþ þæs heáfdes, Bl. H. 47, 13. Sé went óþer hleór tó sleándum, R. Ben. 28, 3. I b. of an implement :-- Sleándre slecge tundentis mallei, An. Ox. ii. 70. III. add :-- Þæt fýr slóh út of ðám ofne, and forswæ-acute;lde þá cwelleras, Hml. Th. i. 570, 16. v. mann- (?), þurh-sleán.

slecg. Add :-- Sleándre slecge tundentis mallei, An. Ox. 11. 71. Sum slóh mid slecge swíðe þá hæpsan, Hml. S. 32, 202. [v. N. E. D. sledge.]

slecg-wyrhta, an; m. One who works with a hammer, a worker in metals :-- Tubalcain þe wæs slecgwirhta and smið (malleator et faber), Nap. 57.

slege. es; m. I. add :-- Slegum alapis. An. Ox. 61, 59. Hí ondrédon þæ-acute;re ferelan slegas of þæs hálgan mannes handa ex ejus manu ictus ferulae pertimescebant, Gr. D. 229, 25. III. add :-- Sle[gum] tunsionibus, An. Ox. 4114. V. add :-- Sleges, forwyrdes internitionis, i. mortis, An. Ox. 835. Gif man læ-acute;t æ-acute;nne þeóf tó slege . . . nolde hé syllan ealle his æ-acute;hta . . . wið þan þe hé libban móste?, Hml. S. 12, 116. VIII. add: a stake :-- Slegeas sudes, Lch. i. lxxi, 3. v. mann-slege.

slege, es; n. Add: the handle of an axe (?) :-- Heora án his exe úp ábræ-acute;d, wolde hine sleán, ac him forwyrnde sum óþer, swá þ-bar; hé þ-bar; hylfe gelæ-acute;hte and wiðhæfde þ-bar; slege (held back the pole of the axe) þone slege the stroke, might have been expected), Hml. S. 31, 154.

-slegenlic. v. for-slegenlic: -slegenness. v. of-slegenness.

sleg-hríþer a beast for slaughter :-- Án slægrýðer, Nap. 55, 31. Cf. sleg-neát. [O. H. Ger. slegi-hrind taurus.]

slíc. Dele. The MS of Nar. 50, 19 has snotera, not slicera: slic[c]. In l. 3 for slíc l. slic. v. slícian: sliccan. The passages here may be taken to sleán; I: slícian. l. slician, and add: [v. N. E. D. slick, vb.]

slídan. II. add :-- Hé spræc þýsne cwyde be þám wræ-acute;nan and slídendan (slidenan, v. l., cf. slidor) men de luxurioso ac lubrico sententiam protulit, Gr. D. 323, 2. III. add :-- Sliden lapsum, An. Ox. 1467.

slide. II. add :-- Wé beóð gelæ-acute;dde under ús sylfe þurh úres geþóhtes slide (lapsum), Gr. D. 107, 30. Hé him wæs ondræ-acute;dende þone slide (lapsum) þæ-acute;re synne in þám merwum leorningmannum, 119, 16. Eádmódnyss fyll (casum) ne cann; eádmódnyss slide (lapsum) ne cann; eádmódnyss næ-acute;fre slide (lapsum) þolode, Scint. 22, 7-9. Tó æ-acute;rran slidum ongeányrnan ad priores lapsus recurrere, 61, 11.

sliden. v. slídan ; II.

sliden-ness (?) destruction :-- Forwyrd, sliden[nesse?] lapsum, detrimentum, An. Ox. 1467.

slíf. Add :-- Eall wæs gesýne, fram þám littlan fingre tóweard þæs earmes, and sumne dæ-acute;l of þæ-acute;re slýfe, Vis. Lfc. 85.

slífan to slive. Add: [v. N. E. D. siive]: -slífed. v. ge-slífed.

sliht. At end for fiðer (-el?) l. fiþer-. III. add :-- 'Eall þ-bar; folc þe þú þæ-acute;r finde, sleh mid sweorde . . . Æfter þám ilcan slehte (slyhte, v. l. caedem) . . . Þá þe æ-acute;r flugon þone sleht, Gr. D. 198, 6-18. v. and-, ge-sliht.

slihta(?). v. wæl-slihta.

slincan. I. add :-- Seó næ-acute;dre ongan slincan in þ-bar; scræf coepit serpens in speluncam venire, Gr. D. 211, 16.

slingan. Add :-- Slang inrumperet, An. Ox. 18, 37.

slipor. Add: IV. uncertain, unsteady, without fixed principles :-- Þá geár þæs slyporan geogoðhádes lubrice etatis annos, Chrd. 54, 33. [v. N. E. D. slipper.]

slítan. IV. add: of a sharp instrument :-- Wiþ þám niþeran tóþece slít mid þéfoþorne(?) oþ þæt hié bléden, Lch. ii. 52, 7. Ic ofercóm þæs cwelleres tintregu, . . . þá slítendan cláwa, Hml. S. 8, 189. V. add :-- Hé ongienð slítan (lacessere) his inngeðonc, Past. 227, 11.

slite. II. add :-- Slite morsum (aspidis), An. Ox. 2546. v. tó-slite.

sliten. Dele. 'Lye . . . Josc(?),' and add: v. tó-slítere: slítend. v. æ-acute;-slítend.

slítere. I. add: Cf. slítan; VI :-- Sl[í]tra canum, carnificum, An. Ox. 46, 50. v. tó-slítere.

slíþ-heard. I. substitute: slíþ-hende; adj. With baleful hand, ILLEGIBLE animal, with fell paw :-- Bera bið slíþhende deór (see Mod. Lang. Rev. xv. 70), Gn. Ex. 177.

-slitt; f. v. lah-slitt: -slitt; adj. l. -slitte. v. þri-slitte.

slóh is also feminine :-- On þá reádan sló . . . of þæ-acute;re reádan sló, C. D. iii. 465, 32-466, 1.

sluma. l. slúma.

slúmere, es; m. A sleeper :-- Þá gedwyldmen man hæ-acute;t on Grécisc Nictates, and wé on úre geþeóde slúmeras hí magon nemnan, Chrc. 26, 2.

slúpan. Add: v. on-slúpan; un-slopen: smæecan. Add: [v. N. E. D. smatch.]

smæl. In l. 11 dele 'bryt (brycum?)', and add :-- Smalum little by little, An. Ox. 1553. Cf. lytlum. III. add :-- Oð smalan cumb, fram smalan cumbes heáfde, C. D. ii. 29, 3. Innan smalan bróc; of smalan bróc, v. 105, 17. On ðone smalan pæð; of ðæ-acute;m smalan pæðe . . . on þæt smale dell; of ðám smalan delle, C. D. B. ii. 246, 12-15. IV. add :-- In smalan æsc, C. D. iii. 381, 1.

-smæl. v. heáfod-smæl.

smæl-þearme. Add :-- Wið roppes ge wið wambe and smælþearmes ádlum, Lch. ii. 234, 30.

smæ-acute;r[e]. Add :-- Smæ-acute;ras labra, i. labia, An. Ox. 2160: labella, labia, 2163.

smæ-acute;te. Add :-- Smæ-acute;te gold obrizum, i. aurum optimi coloris, An. Ox. 2534.

smæ-acute;te-gylden. Add :-- Þeáh þæ-acute;r sý eal smæ-acute;tegylden mór (cf. ofer ðám gyldenan móre, 4) æt sunnan úpgange, Verc. Först. 114, 1. Ðeáh ðe sié sum smétegelden dún eall mid gimmum ásett æt sunnan úpgange . . . and ðæ-acute;r sitte sum cynebearn anufan ðæ-acute;re gyldenan dúne, Sal. K. 85, 36.

smeágan. II. add: -- Ðæs ðinges onlícnesse ðe hé ymb smeáð quidquid fictis imaginibus deliberando cogitatur, Past. 157, 14. Ðá hwíle ðe hí tó ungemetlíce smeágad ymb ðás eorðlecan ðing intentionem suam dum rebus transitoriis immoderatius implicant, 431, 14. Ymb ðyllic is tó geðencenne and tó smeáganne cui considerandum est, 59, 21. III. (1) add :-- Ic smeáde mínre dohter módes willan, Ap. Th. 23, 3. Smeágaþ mistlicnesse rimamini uarietates, An. Ox. 1080. (2) add :-- Sécð ðonne and smeáð hú hé hit áwrecan mæge argumenta ultonis inquirit, Past. 225, 20. (3) with infin. (?) :-- Lác díglum heolstrum smeáde (quamvis auctor inlegritatis virginale) munus clanculis (occultare) latebris deliberaret, An. Ox. 4213. v. be-, geond-, under-smeágan.

smeá-gelegen. Add :-- Beclýsingca, smeáge legena (so in the MS, Napier takes smeáge as adjective (v. smeáh), so two separate words instead of a compound), An. Ox. 4142.

smeágend, es; m. A searcher, an examiner, inquirer :-- Ðú þe eart módes smeágend and manna heortan, Hml. S. 12, 193.

smeágendlíce; adv. Searchingly, exactly :-- Hé þá smeágendlíce áxiende ongeat requirens subtiliter agnovit, Gr. D. 172, 14. Cf. smeálíce.

smeágung. I. in l. 3 after 'for' add: the owner of. II. add :-- Hys hæ-acute;sum mid ealre módes smeáunge hýrsumigende eius imperiis toto mentis conamine obtemperantes, Angl. xiii. 368, 40. Hé híra líf ðurh ðá smeúnga ðæs hálgan gæ-acute;stes ongeat eorum vitam spiritu perscrutante deprehendit, Past. 115, 14. v. ge-, ymb-smeárung.

smeáh. II. add :-- Ðyses cyncges mid smeágre mynegunge gástlíce onbryrde huius regis sagaci monitu spiritaliter conpuncti, Angl. xiii. 368, 36. v. smeá-gelegen.

smeá-lic. III. add :-- Hæ-acute;bbe æ-acute;fre wynsume wirtúnas þ-bar; man mage þæ-acute;rof æ-acute;fre tóeácan óðrum þingum sumne smeálicne ést (aliquod pulmentum) findan, Chrd. 15, 37. Cf. smeá-mete.

smeálíce. III. add :-- Hé heom getæ-acute;hte swýðe smealíce (subtiliter) on gehwilcum stówum hwæt hí þæ-acute;r timbrian sceoldon, Gr. D. 148, 18. Hé nát hú smeálíce his dæ-acute;de sceolon beón gedémde beforan Godes eágum facta illius quam subtiliter judicentur ignorat, 337, 16. V. subtlely, craftily :-- Oððe hé mid geámeleáste ús gebysgað, oþþe mid smeágungum smeálíce ús hremð, Hml. S. 13, 59.

smeálic-ness, e; f. Subtlety :-- Beswicene fram deóflum þurh geþanca smeálicnysse (subtilitate), Chrd, 98, 34.

smeá-mete. Add :-- Sylle man tó middægþénunge twám and twám án tyl cýssticce and sumne smeámete (cibaria alia) . . . and on æ-acute;fen twám and twám án cýssticce and sume smeámettas (cibaria alia), Chrd. 15, 2-5: 14, 36, 37.

smearcian. Add :-- Swá se hálga wer þis gehýrde, þá smercode (hlóh, v. l.) hé swilce hé þæt spell forhogode quo audito vir sanctus dedignando subrisit, Gr. D. 29, 13. Ðá heó þis gehýrde, þá smearcode heó wið his weardes, Hml. S. 23 b, 590.

smeart. Add: [v. N. E. D. smart; adj.]

smeáþanclíce. Add :-- Swá hwilc swá wile smeáþanclícor (smeáþanclíce, v. l.) þæs þeáwas and his líf ongytan cujus si quis velit subtilius mores vitamque cognoscere, Gr. D. 175, 4.

smeáþancole; adv. Thoroughly, searchingly :-- Hí wæ-acute;ron smeáþancole andspyrigende and geondsmeágende subtiliter indagantes, Gr. D. 344. 15.

smeaþancollíce. Add :-- Hé him swýðe smeáþancollíce getæ-acute;hte þá syndrigan stówa loca singula subtiliter designavit, Gr. D. 148, 15. Hé smeáþancollíce áxiende oncneów requirens subtiliter agnovit, 172, 14. Hí embe þæt heofonlice líf geornlíce smeádon swýðe smeáþancollíce, Hml. S. 3, 509.

smeáþancolness. Add :-- Áht þæs þe geunþwæ-acute;rige fram þæs incundan regoles smeáðancolnesse quidquid ab illius aeternae regulae subtilitate discordat, Gr. D. 336, 27.

smeócan. Add :-- Swá swá blácern þe bútan ele byð onæ-acute;led smeócan (fumigare) mæg leóht habban ná mæg, Scint. 51, 6.

smeortan. Add(?) : to burn :-- Tó smorcenne (smeortenne? Cf. O. H. Ger. smerzan cremare) arsuros, An. Ox. 1431.