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716 SÚÞ-WEARD -- SWÉG

súþ-weard; adv. Add :-- Hé gewende súðweard mid fulre fyrde, Chr. 1013; P. 143, 20.

swá. IV 1 a. add: confirming a previous statement :-- Gé secgað þ-bar; Petrus hæfde wíf and cíld, and wé eác secgað þ-bar; hé swá hæfde, Ll. Th. ii. 376, 30. IV 2 a. Dele passage from Blick. Homl. 247, 1, and add :-- Sægde him mon þ-bar; þæ-acute;r wæ-acute;re sum man earmlíce áswolten swá þ-bar; hé hine sylfne áwyrde, Bl. H. 219, 12. Heora án his exe úp ábræ-acute;d, wolde hine sleán ; ac him forwyrnde sum óþer swá þ-bar; hé þ-bar; hylfe gelæhte, Hml. S. 31, 154: 32, 207. Hafa hine swá swilce ðín ágen lim, Hex. 46, 3. IV 4. add :-- Swá cenlic percommoda, Txts. 85, 1534. God gescifte æ-acute;nne swá gerádne mon, Hml. S. 23, 415. On ðæ-acute;m tweón þe hié swá ungeorne his willan fulleódon qui fastidiose ducem in disponendo bello audientes, Ors. 3, 11; S. 146, 24. (4 a) with an adjective, as epithet of an object, all the adjective as the object was (is) :-- Hé hí swá unróte (her all troubled as she was) óleccende tó him geloccode (eam) tristem blanditiis delinivit, Past. 415, 18. Hié Rómáne . . . swá cuce on eorðan bedulfan viva obruta est in campo. Ors. 3, 6; S. 108, 19: Hml. S. 18, 337: 35, 115. Þá hé árás, þá ongan hé þencan swá scyldig cum surrexisset, reus cogitare coepit, Gr. D. 308, 20. V 1. add: with clause contracted :-- Þa Walas flugon þá Englan swá fýr (swá man flúcð fýr, v. l.), Chr. 473 ; P. 14, 5. V 2. add :-- Hé cwæð swá seó ilce wíse þá manigum men cúþ wæs be his sage aiebat sicut tunc res eadem multis innotuit, Gr. D. 318, 26. Þ-bar; hé sealde þám óðrum swá hé nyste áttor drincan ut ei nescienti in potu venenum daret, 158, 29 : 327, 8 : Hml. S. 30, 88. Hé læg fíf dagas beforan ðæs mynstres geate swá hé ne æt ne ne dranc, ac hé bæd ingonges, Shrn. 109, 5. V 3. add: (a) the clause contracted :-- Hé læg þæ-acute;r swá dæ-acute;d lange on þæ-acute;re flóra, Hml. S. 7, 173. V 8. add: so soon as :-- Hé þám twám dæ-acute;lum bebeád, swá hié feohtan angunnen, þ-bar; hié wið his flugen. Ors. 3, 7 ; S. 116, 27: 5, 13; S. 246, 14. Swá þonne hé tó ðæ-acute;m stáne cóm, þonne hét hé hiene mid fýre onhæ-acute;tan, 4, 8; S. 186, 18. Swá þis gedón byþ, gá ic æfter þe opere expleto te subseyuor, Gr. D. 36, 31 : Bt. 31, 4; F. 252, 12. Hý þá þám hrægelþéne betæ-acute;cen, swá hý hám cómen revertentes restituant, R. Ben. 91, 13. Hé on án sceolde tó helle, swá hé forðfaren wæs, Wlfst. 16, 14. Hé leofað sóna swá hé besihð on hig qui aspexerit eum vivet, Num. 21, 8. V II. add: -- Eall þing þysses middangeardes swá swá fremde hí forhogedon, Bd. 1, 26; Sch. 57, 2. VI 1. add: -- Þá wæs hé swá feor norþ swá þá hwælhuntan firrest faraþ, Ors. 1, 1 ; S. 17, 11. VI 2 a. add :-- Wið þan ðe mín wiif þæ-acute;r benuge innganges swá mid mínum líce swæ-acute; yferran dógre swæ-acute; hwæder swæ-acute; hire liófre sié, Cht. Th. 470, 33-38. Sé dyde swaþer hé dorste . . . swá (vel) hé hit ágnode swá (vel) hé hit týmde, Ll. Th. i. 160, 8. VI 2 b. add: -- Suá (swæ-acute;, v. l.) nytt suá unnyt suæðer hié beóð, Past. 97, 1.

-swæ-acute;c. v. bí-swæ-acute;c, Ps. Rdr. 40, 10. Cf. bí-swic.

swæ-acute;lan. Add: -- Swæ-acute;lende adurens (genas maculis livor respergit adurens, Vit. Cuth. poet. 46, 9), An. Ox. 32, 15.

swæ-acute;m. Add: -- Þæ-acute;ra sceanda and þæ-acute;ra swæ-acute;ma mænigeo wæs æ-acute;fre úre westdæ-acute;l áfylled quorum sordida atque infami numerositate semper nostra pars occidua pallet, Chrd. 78, 6.

swæ-acute;p enticement, deceit :-- Syþþan þonne æ-acute;nig yfel geþóht þurh deófles swæ-acute;p (suadente diabolo) on úre heortan cume, Chrd. 38, 15.

swæ-acute;pels (m.?). l. , es; m. ; for 106, 3 l. 103, 6, and add: Ps. Vos. 103, 6.

swæ-acute;r. I. add: -- Sum mann wæs gebunden onbútan þ-bar; heáfod for his hefigum gylte, sé cóm tó þám hálgan, and his swára heáfodbend sóna tóbærst, Hml. S. 21, 423. Þis mé tó bóte þæ-acute;re swæ-acute;ran swærtbyrde, Lch. iii. 66, 22. II. add: -- Fore fyrhte þæ-acute;re swæ-acute;ran onsýne þæ-acute;ra áwyrgedra gásta pavore tetrae eorum imaginis, Gr. D. 326, 7. IV. add: -- Þá swæ-acute;ran synna ne beóð næ-acute;fre áfeormode for nánes fýres æ-acute;lincge, Hml. Th. ii. 590, 19. V. add: -- Swæ-acute;r piger, An. Ox. 48, 3. V b. add: -- Slépon þá mæ-acute;dene swá swárum slápe þ-bar; man hí áwreccan ne mihte, Hml. S. 35, 68.

swæ-acute;r, swár, es; n. What is heavy or grievous, labour, trouble :-- Ðis syndon swáres and geswinces dagas, Verc. Först. 173.

swæ-acute;rness. I. add :-- Þá ðá ic hine bær ne gefrédde ic nánre byrðene swæ-acute;rnysse, Hml. Th. i. 336, 25.

swæ-acute;s. III. add :-- Þ-bar; wé ne beón beswicene þurh ðá swæ-acute;san lustas þe of oferflówednysse eallum þám becumað þe búton wærscipe heora woruld ádreógað, Hml. S. 11, 359. v. mann-swæ-acute;s.

swæ-acute;se. Add: v. un-swæ-acute;se.

swæ-acute;sende. In l. 11 insert a comma after ælmessum, and add: cf. tó ælmessum ad agapem, Wrt. Voc. ii. 86, 57: tó feorme ad agapem i. deliciem, An. Ox. 4834, each being a gloss to Ald. 68, 37.

swæ-acute;s-lic. Add: -- Swá swá betwyh þám módum þe selfe heom betweónum lufiað seó swæ-acute;slice híwcúþnes þæ-acute;re sóþan lufe gegearwað mycle bældo sicut inter amantes se animos magnum caritatis familiaritas ausum praebet, Gr. D. 250, 8. v. ge-swæ-acute;slic.

swæ-acute;slíce. II. add: -- Þes wæs tó mé geþeóded swíðe swæ-acute;slíce and híwcúðlíce hic mihi valde familiariter jungebatur, Gr. D. 257, 14: 237, 22. v. ge-swæ-acute;slíce.

swæ-acute;sness. Add: -- Hwæ-acute;r beóð ðá éstfullan swæ-acute;snessa, and ðá líðan liffetunga ðe hine forlæ-acute;ddon æ-acute;ror, Hex. 50, 27. Ðá byrðeras synd ólæ-acute;cunga lyffetyndra geférena þe mid ólæ-acute;cunge and geæ-acute;ttredum swæ-acute;snyssum þone synfullan tihtað and heriað, Hml. Th. i. 492, 2 ILLEGIBLE .

-swæ-acute;sscipe. v. ge-swæ-acute;sscipe.

swæ-acute;tan. I. add: -- Úre líchama is eorðe, and hé oft ðeáh swæ-acute;t, Hex. 22, 24. II. add :-- Se stán cymð of eorðan, and hé swæ-acute;t swáþeáh, Hex. 22, 22. Hí gangende gemétton þ-bar; stánclif swæ-acute;tende and wæ-acute;tende qui euntes rupem montis sudantem invenerunt, Gr. D. 113, 9.

swæþ. I. add: -- Eálá! wæ-acute;re mé gelýfed þ-bar; ic móste þínum swaðum fyligan and þínes deórwyrðan andwlitan gesihðe brúcan, Hml. S. 23 b, 710. II. add :-- Hé gemétte þ-bar; fæt swá gehál þ-bar; on him ne mihton beón fundene náne swaðu (vestigia) þæs bryces, Gr. D. 97, 23. v. (?) swæþ ?

swæðelyne glosses pingues, An. Ox. 27, 32.

swæþer. II. add: Sé dyde þonne swaþer hé dorste . . . swá (vel) hé hit ágnode, swá (vel) hé hit týmde, Ll. Th. i. 160, 7.

swá-lic, swálíce. v. swilc, swilce.

swangettung, e; f. Movement, agitation, fluctuation :-- Seó sæ-acute; getácnað þás andwerdan woruld þe mid mislicum gelimpum ðæ-acute;re sæ-acute; swangetunge geefenlæ-acute;cð, Nap. 60.

swangorness. Add: -- Þín gerecenes weóx swá swíðe forð fram mínre lætnysse and dysegan swongernysse (swancger-, v. l.) ex tarditate mea tantum crevit expositio tua, Gr. D. 174, 24.

swápan. Add: -- Swæ-acute;pð verrat, i. trahat, An. Ox. 46, 31. v. ge&dash-uncertain;swápan.

-swara a swearer. v. mán-swara: swarcan. v. swearcan. Substitute : swarcan. v. á-swárcan : swárcian. v. á-swárcian: swáro&dash-uncertain;módness. Take here passage at swearcmódness: swárcnian. v. á&dash-uncertain;swárcnian.

swárcung, e; f. Darkening, darkness :-- Ðýstro &l-bar; swárcunga tene&dash-uncertain;bras, Ps. Rdr. 17, 29.

swárlíce. v. swæ-acute;rlíce: swárnian, swárnung. v. á-swárnian, -swárnung: swarung. Add: for-swarung: swát. Add: v. ísen&dash-uncertain;swát: swaþian. v. á-swaþian.

swaþu. Add: [a wk. pl. occurs in the compound dolcswaðan, Hpt. Gl. 510, 57] :-- Hí ne mihton on þám fæte næ-acute;nige swaðe findan þæs bryces, Gr. D. 97, 23.

swaþu ? Cf. (?) swín-sceadu. The word occurs in a list giving the names of various parts of a pig: -- Rysle ausungia, flicce perna, spic larda, meargh lucanica, wrót bruncus, rop jus, swína swaþu suesta, byrst seta, Wrt. Voc. i. 286, 50-57. Suína suadu suesta, sivesta, Txts. 98, 972. Could suesta mean pigs' feet ? v. swæþ.

swearc. l. swárc: swearcmódness. v. swárcmódness.

swearcan. v. swárcan : swearcian; II. Dele, and see swárcian.

swearm. Add: -- Swearm examen, i. multitudo apium, An. Ox. 3821: 132. v. dúst-swearm.

sweart. I. add :-- Sweartes geallan melancolie, i. fellis, An. Ox. 2950. II. add: -- Mid sweartum tetris, i. nigris (tenebris), An. Ox. 1736. III. add: -- Sweartum ceco (ceco carpitur igne et clandestinis inflammatur stimulis, Ald. 66, 11), An. Ox. 4653. v. col-sweart.

sweart-byrd, e; f. A dismal, hapless birth. v. sweart; III :-- Þis mé tó bóte þæ-acute;re swæ-acute;ran swærtbyrde, Lch. iii. 66, 22.

swebban. Add : -- Swefedne soporatum, i. somno grauatum, An. Ox. 1880.

swebbung. v. forþ-swebbung.

swecc. I. add :-- Swæcc nectar (cf. nectar þone swétan smæc, Wrt. Voc. ii. 61, 31), An. Ox. 186, 59. II. add: -- Stýmendes swæcces ambrosiae fraglantis, An. Ox. 312. Swæcc ambrosiam (cf. ambrosiam, suavem odorem, Wrt. Voc. ii. 82, 11), 3277. (See for both these Ald. 45, 3.)

swefecere, es; m. A sleeper :-- Þá gedwyldmen man hæ-acute;t on Grécisc Nictates ( = Nyctages), and wé on úre geþeóde slúmeras hí magon oððe swefeceras nemnan, and eác hí man mæg sláperas hátan, Chrd. 26, 2. See next word.

swefecung, e; f. Sleep, slumber :-- Se hopa þæs tóweardan æ-acute;rystes, þonne þá rihtwýsan swylce of slæ-acute;pes swæfcunge (a sopore somni) árísað, Chrd. 26, 25. Ic ne sylle swefcunge (somnum) mínum eágum, 31, 4. See preceding word.

swefel. Add: -- God sende ðá fýr and fúlne swefel him tó and forbærnde hí ealle, Hml. S. 13, 211.

swefen. II. add :-- Nú is tó witenne þæt wé ne sceolan cépan ealles tó swýðe be swefnum . . . sume swefna syndon of Gode . . . and sume beóð of deófle . . . þá swefna beóð wynsume þe gewurðaþ of Gode, and þá beóð egefulle ðe of þám deofle cumað, and God sylf forbeád þ-bar; wé UNCERTAIN swefnum ne folgion, Hml. S. 21, 403-412. Þá gemunde Iósep þá swefen þe hine æ-acute;r mæ-acute;tte recordatus somniorum, quae viderat, Gen. 42, 9.

sweflenness (?) the smoke and stench of sulphur :-- Seó sweoflennesse fumus et pudor (= putor) sulphuris, Verc. Först. 123, 2.

swég. I. add :-- Áweóx mára swég and hefegra (gravior sonitus),