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-SUM -- SÚÞ-WEARD 715

-sum. Add: v. friþ-, gedeorf-, gedwol-, læt-, wóh-sum.

sum-dæ-acute;l somewhat, some portion :-- Gelamp hit þ-bar; Scotta sumdæ-acute;l gewát of Ybernian on Brittene and þes landes sumdæ-acute;l geeódan, Chr. pref.; P. 3, 18-5, 1. In þám glæsfæte wæs gesewen sumdæ-acute;l (hwæthwega lytel dæ-acute;l, v.l.) eles tó láfe in vase vitreo parum olei remansisse videbatur, Gr. D. 159, 22. Hé gewát féran út sumdæ-acute;l óðres weorces (sum weorc, v. l.) tó wyrcanne ad exercendum opus aliquod discessit, 63, 28. Tó þon þ-bar; heó mihte sumdæ-acute;l (sumne dæ-acute;l, v. l. ) hwæ-acute;tes (hwylcnehugu hwæ-acute;te, v. l.) geclæ-acute;nsian ad purgandum triticum, 97, 3. [v. N. E. D. some-deal.]

sumer. Add: [Summer began May 9) and ended Aug. 6. v. hærfest.] v. midne-sumer.

sumer-bóc a lectionary for the summer :-- Brihtríc hæfð . . . .i. mæssebóc and winterræ-acute;dingbóc and sumerbóc, Nap. 60.

sumer-hát summer-heat :-- Sumerhát cólað (cf. hát ácólað ardor frigescit, Angl. i. 285: ii. 374), Reim. 67.

sumer-hús a summer-hause :-- Hé cwæð þ-bar; hé wolde wyrcan þá healle æ-acute;rest on eástdæ-acute;le and þá óþre gebytlu bæftan þæ-acute;re healle, bæðhús and kycenan and winterhús and sumerhús and wynsume búras twelf hús tógædere, Hml. S. 36, 98.

sumer-lic. Add :-- Wel is Godes ríce sumerlicre tíde wiðmeten, Hml. Th. i. 614, 28.

sund-ampre, an; f. Some kind of dock; rumex maritimus :-- Sundompran (cf. ompran þá þe swimman wile, 322, 16, and see sund) ymbdelf, Lch. ii. 116, 13.

sund-corn. Add :-- Suntcorn saxifriga, An. Ox. 56, 396.

-sundfull, -sundfullian, -sundfullic, -sundfullíce, -sundfulness, -sundig, -sundiglic, -sundlic, -sundlíce. v. ge-sundfull, &c.

sund-mere. Add :-- On sundmere (printed onfund-) in nataria (l. natatoria, v. Jn. 9, 7), Wrt. Voc. ii. 74, 12.

sundor-boren; adj. Borne or born apart, not to be reckoned with others :-- Su[n]derborene non . . . adnumerandas (sex alias nothas (the vowels) non dicimus adnumerandas, i. e. the vowels are separated from the consonants, Ald. 257, 4), An. Ox. 26, 17.

sundor-cræft. Add :-- Seó heáfodstów sundorcræfte (sundurcræftiglíce, v. l.) gemeten and geworht and gescyrpendlíce gehíwod ætýwde tó þám gemete hyre heáfdes locus capitis seorsum fabrefactus ad mensuram capitis illius aptissime figuratus apparuit, Bd. 4, 19; Sch. 451, 18. Þeán þe sýn ealle sundercræftas and wuldorsangas in gesamnode, Verc. Först. 114, 10.

sundorcræftiglíce; adv. With special skill, Bd. 4, 19; Sch. 451, 18. See preceding word.

sundor-folgoþ, es; m. An appointment, office :-- Hé sæ-acute;de þæt nán crísten man ne móste habban næ-acute;nne his sunderfolgeþa, Ors. 6, 31; S. 286, 5. Cf. sundor-notu, -nytt.

sundor-land. Dele '(?)', and add :-- Wæs ic ácenned on sundorlande (sundur-, v. l.) þæs ylcan mynstres natus in territorio eiusdem monasterii, Bd. 5, 23; Sch. 694, 19. Sume hí woldon sellan heora sundorland mynster on tó getimbrianne alii ad construendum monasterium praedia offerre volebant, Gr. D. 200, 29.

sundor-mæ-acute;lum. Add :-- Sundermæ-acute;lum sequestratim, An. Ox. 6, 10.

sundorspræ-acute;c. Add :-- Þæ-acute;s (James and John) Críst genam oftost and Petrum tó his sunderspræ-acute;ce, Hml. Th. ii. 412, 21.

sundor-weorþmynt a special honour, prerogative :-- Sunderweorðmynt praerogativa, Angl. xxxii. 505, 34. v. synder-weorþmynt.

sundor-wíc, es; n. A dwelling standing apart, remote from others :-- Getimbrede hé sundurwíc nóht feor fram þæ-acute;re cyricean fecerat sibi mansionem non longe ab ecclesia remotiorem, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 351, 4.

-sunn (?), v. heáh-sunn (?).

sunna. Add :-- Wlitetorht scíneð sunna, Met. 28, 61. Æþele tungol . . . sunna and móne, 29, 37.

Sunnan-d&oelig-acute;g Sunday, the Sabbath :-- Sunnadoeg, Mk. L. 6, 2: 16, 9. In sunnedoeg in sabbato, Jn. p. 4, 9.

sunnan-leóma, v. leóma ; II.

Sunnan-merigen Sunday morning :-- On Sunnanmergen hé gewát, Hml. S. 31, 1371.

Sunnan-niht. Add :-- Þá cildra þe beóð begiten on Sunnanniht . . . hí sceolan beón geborene bútan eágan, Nap. 26, 5.

sunn-beám. Add: sunshine :-- Heó cóm geglenged mid golde and scínendum gymstánum swilce sunbeám, Hml, S. 35, 90. Þá gesæt hé sumedæge under sunnbeáme (cf. sunne, II), Hml. Th. ii. 134, 25.

sunne. I. add :-- Swá swá under ánum leóman þæ-acute;re sunnan (ánum sunnan leóman, v. l.) velut sub uno solis radio, Gr. D. 171, 13: 172, 22. I a. add: v. heofon-beácen.

sunn-gihte. l. -gíhte.

sunn-hát; adj. Heated by the sun(?):-- Sunh[á]t soliflua, An. Ox. 56, 205.

sunn-lic. Add :-- Þonne se fulla móna ðæs sunlican leóhtes bedæ-acute;led bið ðurh ðæ-acute;re eorðan sceadwunge, Hml. Th. i. 608, 33.

sunu. Add: gen. syna :-- Ðéra þeówra manna hió an hyre syna dehter Eádgyfe, C. D. vi. 132, 31. v. bróþor-, dohtor-, sweostor-sunu.

sur. For sígere l. siger: súr. Add: v. un-súr.

súsl. (2) add :-- Gewilniað þá wiðercoran þæt hí móton of ðæ-acute;re súsle ðe hí on cwylmiað, Hml. Th. i. 332, 20. On ðæ-acute;re hellican súsle, 410, 32. Habbað hí mid þám deófle þá écan súsle, Hml. S. 19, 238.

súsl-stede, es; m. A place of torment, hell :-- Súselstede gehennam, An. Ox. 56, 184.

sútere. Add :-- Him wæs gesæ-acute;d þæt ðá gebytlu wæ-acute;ron gemynte ánum sútere . . . hé áxode ymbe ðone sútere (cf. hé ongan ácsian be ðám lífe þæs sceóhwyrhtan, Gr. D. 322, 5. v. scóh-wyrhta), Hml. Th. ii. 356, 1-3.

[súþ]- Add: cpve. sýþera :-- On ðone sýðeran steð; ðonne andlang steðes . . . on ðone norðere steð, C. D. v. 148, 20. ¶ :-- Ósréd wærð ofslagen be-súðan gemæ-acute;re, Chr. 716; P. 43, 8. [O. L. Ger. be-súthan a meridie.]

súþ; adv. Add :-- Gif hé (thunder) bið súð gehéred, sé bécnað cininges wífes cwealm, Archiv cxx. 47, 22. v. eást-súþ.

súþan. I. add :-- Pyhtas cóman súþan of Scithian, Chr. pref.; P. 3, 6. II. add :-- Be-westan him is se beorh Athlans oð ðone gársecg, and súþan ðá beorgas þe man hæ-acute;t Æsperos; and be-súþan him Aulolum sió þeód ab occidente Atlantem montem et Oceanum Atlanticum, sub Africo Hesperium montem, a meridie gentes Aulolum, Ors. 1, 1; S. 26, 25. v. eástan-, westan-súþan.

súþan-weard, adj. Southern (part of a place) :-- Súþanweard hit hefdon Brittas, Chr. pref.; P. 3, 14. v. norþan-weard.

súþanwestan-wind. Add :-- Súðanwestanwind affricus, Hpt. 33, 239, 27. Ðonne smylte bláweþ súþanwestanwind, þonne weaxaþ feldes blósman cum nemus flatus Zephyri tepentis vernis inrubuit rosis, Bt. 9; F. 26, 17.

súþan-westerne; adj. South-western, from the south-west :-- Þurh þone smyltan súþanwesternan wind. Bt. 4; F. 8, 7.

Súþ-Dene the South Danes :-- Hé gesóhte Súd-Dena folc, B. 463. Ic wæs mid Súð-Denum, Víd. 58. Ic þé bæd þæt þú léte Súð-Dene sylfe geweorþan gúðe wið Grendel, B. 1996.

súþ-eást. Add :-- Se leóma wæs swíðe lang geþúht súðeást scínende, Chr. 1097; P. 233, 39.

súþ-ecg, e; f. The south edge of land :-- Of cumbes súðecge, C. D. iii. 416, 21, On crundles súðecge, 465, 15: 20.

súþ-ende, es; m. The south end :-- Súð andlang mearce tó ðæs gáres súðende, C. D. v. 86, 28.

súþerne. Add :-- Súðerne secg a man from the south of Europe (?), Rä. 63, 9. Súðernes zephiri, An. Ox. 26, 67. Þú sealdest mé súþerne land terram australem dedisti mihi, Gr. D. 245, 18.

súþe-weard. Add :-- Þæt þridde heáfodríce wæs þæt Affricanum, and on súðeweardum. Ors. 2, 1; Bos. 38, 24.

súþ-fór, e; f. A journey south, a pilgrimage to Rome. [Cf. Icel. suðr-ferð, -för, -ganga a pilgrimage to Rome. Such pilgrimages are often mentioned, e. g. Flosi fór suór um sjá ok hóf þá upp göngu sína ok gekk suðr ok ljetti ekki fyrr enn hann kom til Rómaborgar, Njala. c. 158.] :-- Gif hiora óðrum oððe bæ-acute;m súðfo[r] gelimpe, biscop ðæt lond gebycge swá hié ðonne geweorðe if it happen that one or both go to Rome, the bishop shall buy the land as shall then be agreed between them, Txts. 442, 20. [In C. D. i. 235, 8 siith is printed; but suð, Cht. Th. 463, 3, and C. D. B. i. 446, 20. These are all texts of the charter quoted.] Æt súþfóre æ-acute;lc mon (gilde) .v. penin&g-tilde;, Cht. Th. 614, 11.

súþ-heáfod a south head :-- Andlang hlinces on þæt súþheáfod, C. D. iii. 414, 2.

Súþ-healf. Add :-- On eásthealfe þeningden, and seó burhstræ-acute;t on súþhealfe, Ælfríces mearc on westhealfe, and hamingford on norðhealfe, C. D. iii. 15, 11.

súþ-land. Add: I. land to the south, south shore of a river :-- Hý heóldan þurh þá brycge áá bi þæ-acute;m súþlande (sýð-, v. l.), Chr. 1052; P. 181, 15. II. a country to the south :-- Þá þá in þám súðlandum wédde seó arrianisce éhtnes dum persecutio Ariana in Africa insaniret, Gr. D. 240, 7.

Súþ-Langbeardan the people (or country) of Lombardy :-- In þám dæ-acute;lum Súþ-Langbeardena (Suð-Langbeardena landes dæ-acute;lum, v. l.) in Campaniae partibus, Gr. D. 169, 30. In Suð-Langbeardum (-Longbardum, v. l.) in Italia, 25, 26: in parte Campaniae, 210, 25.

súþ-mæ-acute;gþ. Add :-- Ealle ðás mæ-acute;gðe and eác óðre súðmæ-acute;gðe oð gemæ-acute;re Humbre streámes, Bd. 5, 23; Sch. 691, 5.

súþ-sæ-acute; a south sea :-- On ðám dagum ríxade Æþelbyrht cyning on Cantwarebyrig, and his ríce wæs ástreht fram ðæ-acute;re micclan eá Humbre oð súðsæ-acute;, Hml. Th. ii. 128, 19. Ðis synt ðára .xxx. hída landgemæ-acute;ro tó Cawelburnan on Wiht . . . on súðsæ-acute; on Eádgýlses múðan; . . . andlang Cawelburnan útt on norðsæ-acute;, C. D. v. 82, 21.

súþ-weard; adj. Southward, south :-- Þæt þridde heáfodríce wæs þæt Affricanum, and on súðweardum, Ors. 2, 1; S. 60, 4. v. súþe-weard.