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706 SMEORTUNG -- SÓL-MERCA

smeortung, e ; f. Smarting, itching :-- Smertung (printed emertung) prurigo, Wrt. Voc. i. 20, 5.

smeoru. Add :-- Gyf þú buteran habban wylle oððe smeoru, þonne stríc þú mid þrím fingrum on þíne innewearde hand, Tech. ii. 123, 22. [v. N. E. D. smear. Cf. Goth. smairþr.]

smere, Angl. viii. 325, 26. See mere-men[n].

sméþan. Add :-- Se cræftga sceáwað and sméðað artifex considerat et limat, Gr. D. 283, 26.

sméþe. II. add :-- Sume habbað sméðne weg and rihtne, Solil. H. 44, 10. On sméðan dúne; of sméðan dúne, C. D. B. ii. 469, 26. On ðá sméðan ác, C. D. iii. 79, 20. On sméðe métue, 460, 19. [v. N. E. D. smeeth.]

sméþian. II. add :-- Se cræftga sceáwað and sméðað artifex considerat et limat, Gr. D. 283, 26. Wóge sméþiende hylcas salebrosos conplanans anfractus, An. Ox. 1771. [v. N. E. D. smeeth; vb.]

sméþness. II. add :-- Þæ-acute;r náhwæ-acute;r næs næ-acute;nigu sméðnes þ-bar; man mihte áht tó þan lytelne wyrtún þám bróþrum tó nytte gewyrcan ad quemlibet parvum hortum fratribus excolendum nulla patebat planities, Gr. D. 49, 4. [v. N. E. D. smeethness.] v. un-sméþness.

smíc. Add :-- Smoec fumus, Ps. Vos. 101, 4. Sméc, 17, 9: 36, 20. [v. N. E. D. smitch, smeech, smeek.]

smicer. Add: [v. N. E. D. smicker]: smicerian. v. ge-smicerian.

smirels. Add: anointing :-- Smyrelse eles unctione olei, Angl. xiii. 443, 1107. [v. N. E. D. smerles.]

smirwan. Add: v. þurh-smirwan.

smirwung. Add: III. smearing, greasing, rubbing with grease :-- Sceóna smyruncg and reáfa wæsc calciamentorum unctio uestimento&dash-uncertain; rumgue ablutio, Angl. xiii. 441, 1084. v. on-smirwung.

smítan. II. add :-- Nalles þ-bar;te ingæ-acute;þ in múðe smíteþ (coinquinat) monnu ah þ-bar;te forðgæ-acute;þ of múþe þæt besmíteþ monnu, Mt. R. 15, 11. v. ofer-smítan.

smite. Dele, and see míte.

smiþ. Add: v. íren -, mæstling-, teón-smiþ: -smíþ. v. gold-smíþ.

smiþ-belg, es; m. A smith's bellows :-- Ðeáh mon ðane gársecg útan besette mid smiðbelgum (-bylium, v. l., Nap. 58), Sal. K. 85, 13.

smiþian. Add: [v. N. E. D. smith; vb.]: smiþþe. Add: v. mynet-smiþþe: smiþu. v. smíþ.

smitta. l. smitte; f. Add: pollution :-- Wom, smittan inluuiem, i. inmunditiam, An. Ox. 3491. Sió sáwl sceal nýde habban smittan þæs líchoman unþeáwa, 648, note.

smittian. Add: [v. N. E. D. smit; vb.] v. ge-smittian.

smocc. Add: Loþa, serc, smocc, hemeþe colobium, An. Ox. 3725.

smocian. Add :-- Smoci[endum] fumigabundis, An. Ox. 3553.

smolt, es; n. Lard, fat :-- Smolt pinguedo, Angl. xiii. 404, 558. Þæ-acute;r sculan ii fæ-acute;tte swýn úp árísan tó smolte, Nap. 58. [v. N. E. D. smolt, sb. Icel. smolt grease. Cf. O. H. Ger. smalz adeps: Ger. schmalz.]

smolt; adj. Add: [v. N. E. D. smolt]: smorcenne. v. smeortan: smorung. v. á-smorung.

smúgan. Add :-- Þ-bar;áttor sméh geond ealne þone líchoman, Hml. S. 31, 952. Úp smugan ebulliebant, An. Ox. 7, 248. Smúgan serpere (nec fibris caeca venena sinat), 5381. v. þurh-smúgan.

smylte ; adj. Fat (? v. smyltness; III. and cf. smolt pinguedo.)

smyltness. III. See preceding word; or is pinguedo connected with pinguis in its sense of calm, quiet, easy? IV. add :-- Mé sóna sum staþolfæstlic smyltnyss tó becóm, Hml. S. 23b, 551. V. add :-- Þ-bar; yrre hæfd wununge on ðæs dysegan bósme, þ-bar; is ðonne hé bið tó hrædmód; and se ealwealdenda déma démð æ-acute;fre mid smyltnysse, Hml. S. 16, 343.

snaca. Dele ban-snaca at end, and add :-- Swylce fram ansýne snacan fleáh synna quasi a facie colubri fuge peccata, Scint. 42, 4. Gif hwá mid his fét ofstepð æ-acute;ttrig bán, snacan oððe næ-acute;ddran, Lch. i. 152, 2.

-snæcce. v. twi-, þri-snæcce.

snæ-acute;d. Dele 'Or? a clearing', and add: , snád. The word seems defined in the following passage :-- Unus singularis silva ad hanc terram pertinens quem nos theodoice snád nominamus, C. D. B. ii. 18, 17. Other instances of the word are :-- Tó nican snádæs forda . . . ðonon on ðonæ westmæstan snád on beaggan hyrste, C. D. v. 173, 31-34. Be ðám gráfe ðæt hit cymð in ðám snæ-acute;de; of ðám snæ-acute;de ðæt hit cymð in ðone norðran styfecinc in ðone swínhagan, iii. 18, 31-34. Tó stybban snáde ðæ-acute;r ðá twégen wegas tólicgað, vi. 26, 30. On timberhricges snád foreweardne, v. 71, 1. On herredsnád, 300, 11. On tattingsnád, C. D. B. i. 295, 28. Wiðútan ðone snæ-acute;dhege, C. D. iii. 79, 28.

snæ-acute;d the handle of a scythe. Add: Cf. þæt íren ford áhleóp of þám hylfe, Gr. D. 113, 27. (This is the same incident as that described in Hml. Th. ii. 162.) [v. N. E. D. snead.]

snæ-acute;d a morsel. Add :-- Genim háran wulle lytle snæ-acute;de .iii. , Lch. ii. 354, 14. Nim niþewearde eolenan, gesníþ on hunig, ete swá manige snæ-acute;da swá hé mæge, 358, 20. [v. N. E. D. snede.] v. cor-snæ-acute;d.

snæ-acute;dan to slice. Add: [Mid seaxum tósnæ-acute;dod, H. R. N. 28, 5.] [v. N. E. D. sned.]

snæ-acute;del-þearm. Add :-- Snæ-acute;deldearmum extis, An. Ox. 23, 24.

snæ-acute;ding. Add :-- Onfón, underfón snæ-acute;dinge accipere mixtum, Angl. xiii. 389, 346: 391, 375: 406, 592. Æfter snæ-acute;dinge post mixtum, 415, 709.

-snæ-acute;se. v. twi-snæ-acute;se.

snás. Add :-- In snásum (printed fnásum) in veribus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 47, 24.

snáþ. v. snide.

snáw-hwít. Add :-- Geseah hé mycele weorud swylce on gangdagon, and þá wæ-acute;ron ealle mid snáwhwítum reáfe gescrýdde, Vis. Lfc. 12. Wé habbað cynehelmas. . . snáwhwíte swá swá lilie, Hml. S. 34, 115.

snáwig. Add :-- K&l-bar; Ianuarius gif hé biþ on Sæternesdæg, þonne biþ snáwig winter, Archiv cxx. 298, 18. [O. H. Ger. snéwac: Icel. snæugr.]

snecca. v. hnecca: snegel. Add: v. regn-snegel.

snell. II. add :-- Snelra praestantior, An. Ox. 4542. [v. N. E. D. snell.]

snel-scipe, es; m. Boldness, bravery :-- Eádmund cing Írensíd wæs geclypod for his snellscipe, Chr. 1057; P. 187, 36.

snide. I. add :-- Þ-bar; þæ-acute;r ne ætéwde næ-acute;nige swaþe þæs snides (sectionis) . . . wæs geméted se líchoma swá gesund swylce him næ-acute;fre ne gehrine æ-acute;niges írenes snide (incisio), Gr. D. 199, 1-5. II. add :-- Sniþes (for another reading see snáþ) occisionis, An. Ox. 3070. Scép tó snide gelæ-acute;dd ouis ad occisionem ductus, 40, 32.

sniden-ness. v. ymb-snidenness.

sníte. Add :-- Tó snítan íge, C. D. B. ii. 374, 15. [v. N. E. D. snite.] v. wudu-sníte.

snóca. For 'bend, bay (?)' substitute: A projecting point or piece of land, a promontory, a snook (v. N. E. D.).

snód. Add :-- Snóda redimicula, An. Ox. 2, 439.

snoffa, an; m. Nausea :-- Útánýddre snoffan æ-acute;mylnysse depulsu nausi&e-hook; tedio, Angl. xiii. 369, 50.

snofl. Add :-- Hraca &l-bar; snofol flegmata, An. Ox. 31, 3. Cf. snyflung.

snoru. Add :-- Sum æþele gesíðwíf hæfde áne snore (nurum) þá hire sunu lytle æ-acute;r him tó wífe onféng, Gr. D. 71, 31. Se sweór bemæ-acute;nde his snore, and se brýdguma his brýd, Hml. S. 31, 191.

snotor. Add :-- Gleáwes, snoteres sagacis, An. Ox. 3109.

snotorlíce. Add :-- Snoterlíce sagaciter, i. prudenter, An. Ox. 208.

snotorness. Add: v. un-snotorness.

snotorscipe, es; m. Prudence, sagacity :-- Snoterscipes rationis, An. Ox. 2, 172; ratiocinationis, 3015.

snyflung, e; f. Mucus from the nose :-- Gif heora æ-acute;negum for unhæ-acute;le snyflung of nosa (flegma ex naribus) derige, Chrd. 23, 7. [v. N. E. D. snivelling.]

snýtan. Add :-- Gif heora æ-acute;negum . . . snyflung of nosa derige, snýte bæftan him oððe ádún be his sídan (post dorsum proiciat, aut iuxta latus) . . . swá hwæt swá man him fram snýte (quod proicitur), fortrede hit mid his fótum, Chrd. 23, 6-13. [v. N. E. D. snite.]

snýtels. v. candel-snýtels: snyterness. v. un-snyterness: snýting. Add: [v. N. E. D. sniting]: snytro. Add :-- Mid helwarum ne byð ne weorc, ne gesceádwísnes, ne snyttro, ne wísdóm nec opus, nec ratio, nec scientia, nec sapientia erit apud inferos, Gr. D. 328, 2.

sóca (?). v. fere-sóca.

sócn. IV. add :-- Þá word mé secgendum eft óðru sócn and frignung mé is on mód becumen mihi haec dicenti alia suboritur quaestio, Gr. D. 137, 29. Þurh sócne per inquisitionem, 265, 8. v. fird-, hundred-, tó-sócn.

-sócness, -sócnung. v. tó-sócness, -sócnung.

sófte; adj. Add: I a. of weather :-- Gyf gemetegud sófte byþ si temperies tranquilla fuerit (it is uncertain whether sófte should be taken as adjective translating tranquilla, or as adverb qualifying gemetegud, which mist ILLEGIBLE tes temperies), Angl. xiii. 397, 462. III. add :-- God ealla g ILLEGIBLE gað sída gesceafta, sófta geþwérað, Met. 29, 47.

sófte; adv. II. add :-- Him bið swíðe sófte things will go very easily for him, Hml. Th. i. 164, 2. Þæt æ-acute;lc mann drunce be þám þe hé sylf wolde and him sóftost wæ-acute;re, Hml. A. 92, 23.

sóftlíce. v. un-sóftlíce.

sóft-ness. Add :-- Gif wé lufiað þá sceortan sóftnysse and þá hwílwendlican lustas tó ðan swíðe þæt hí ús gebringan tó ðám écan pínungum, Hml. Th. i. 164, 10.

sol a sole (?). Dele the explanation.

sol a miry place. Add :-- Sola uolutabra, An. Ox. 2, 314.

sol (?); adj. Dirty :-- Soles rugosae (Constantinus . . . matronae rugosae figuram vidit in extasi deformem fronte vetusta, Ald. 152, 22), An. Ox. 15, 3. [Sume bereð sole cloð to þe watere forto wasshen it clene, O. E. Hml. ii. 57, 23. His alter cloð is great and sole and hise wiues chemise smal and hwit, and te albe sol and hire smoc hwit, 163, 30. A sol cloð hwit iwaschen, A. R. 324. See also N. E. D. solwy.] v. solian.

solian. Add: v. á-solian, Angl. i. 285: ii. 374.

sól-merca a sundial, Nap. 86.