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SWÉGAN -- SWÍFAN 717

swá þ-bar; hit áhleóðrode swylce eall seó cyrice wæ-acute;re tóworpen fram þám grundweallum, Gr. D. 236, 12. Se sácerd scolde bión mid bellum behangen ... scolde beón gehiéred his swég (sonítus), Past. 93, 7. II a. add :-- Hig deóplíce þá stefna þæ-acute;s lyftes swége gesleáð, and mid þæ-acute;re tungan clypole þæne swég gewynsumiað, Angl. viii. 313, 15. II b. add :-- Tó ðæ-acute;re hristendan ... swége (ad stridulae (buccinae) sonum, Ald. 65, 15), Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 46. v. swin-swég.

swégan. I b 1. add :-- Swégdon sonauerunt (inimici tui, Ps. 82, 3), Bl. Gl. II. add :-- Ne gehýre gé hú myrige lofsangas swégað on heofenum?, Hml. Th. ii. 98, 5. Benedicte ne mihte beón nán þing bedíglod, þá þá on his eáre swégdon eác þá word þæs munukes geþóhtes, Gr. D. 144, 33. II a. where the words of a passage are given, to be expressed in such and such words :-- þ-bar; sárlice leóð þe þús swégð on þám sealme, 'Transivi et ecce non erat (Ps. 37, 35),' Angl. viii. 332, 38. v. á-swégan; samod-, wel-swégende.

swége. Add: v. hás-swége.

swegel-horn. Add :-- Sweglhorn sambuca (sambuca salpicibus respondet musica crebris, Ald. 146, 21), An. Ox. 14, 1. Swegelhorna sambucorum, i. genus simphoniarum (licet musica sambucorum harmonia persultans insonuerit, Ald. 23, 3), 1645.

swegen. v. bát-swegen.

sweger. Add :-- Sæt Simonis swegr (swér, L., swægre, R.) hriðigende, Mk. 1, 30.

swegran. For consobrimi l. consobrini.

swelg(-h) a chasm, swallow (v. D.D.) :-- Swelh hiatum, opertionem &l-bar; foueam terrae, An. Ox. 50, 5. [Wick. swelu&yogh; vorago: Prompt Parv. sweluh: Mand. swelogh: M. Du. swelgh: M.L. Ger. swelch: Icel. svelgr a whirlpool, current, stream.] v. ge-swelg; swelgend, swilige.

swelgan. I b. add :-- Ic wát eardfæstne ánne (a bookcase) standan, ... sé oft dæges swilgeð lácum (books are often put into it), Rä. 50, 2. Blód lifrum swealg, An. 1278.

-swelge in geswelge. v. swelg: swelgend, es; m. Add: v. for-swelgend.

swelgend, e; f. Add: a swallet, swallow (v. D.D.) :-- Tó þæ-acute;re sweliende, of þæ-acute;re sweliende, Cht. E. 266, 27. On Wígmundes swelgende; of ðan swelgende, C.D. v. 376, 10. v. swelg.

swelh. v. swelg(-h).

swellan. Add: p. sweoll (v. á-swellan) :-- His fét wæ-acute;ron swellende and áþundene for þý wæ-acute;tan þæ-acute;re fótádle pedes podagrae humore tumescentes, Gr. D. 302, 7.

swellan to burn (trans., causative to swelan) :-- Swellendum bærnette torido chaumate, An. Ox. 3778.

sweltan. Add: p. sweolt. I. absolute, to die :-- Hé sweolt, Shrn. 153, 14. Hé cúðe tócnáwan gif hé cunnode þæs mannes be his æ-acute;drena hrepunge hweðer hé hraðe swulte, Hml. S. 3, 569. II. to die of something, in a manner described :-- Hé wæs wániende ... þ-bar; hé swelce deáðe swealt, Ors. 5, 12; S. 244, 5. Þá folc bútú on feferádle mid ungemete swulton, Ors. 4, 10; S. 198, 35. III. to die with respect to something :-- Hí sweltað bútan ænde mid líchaman and gáste, Gr. D. 264, 9. IV. to die from something (gen.), be no longer conscious or under the action of something :-- Hí beóð deáde and ungewisse þæs écan lífes and ne magon sweltan þæs écan wítes deáðes, Gr. D. 264, 11.

swencan. (a) add :-- Eówer fæder eów biddeð þ-bar; gé ne scylen eów swencan on þone síþ rogat pater noster ne fatigari debeatis, Gr. D. 39, 16. Hié beóð bealdran ðá gódan tó swenceanne, Past. 361, 14. v. á-swencan.

sweng. Add :-- Mid swengce ictu (gladii), An. Ox. 4924.

swengan. Dele fram- at end, and add :-- Fram swengde excussit (tiro ... procul excussit jaculatas fraude sagittas, Ald. 167, 26), Wrt. Voc. ii. 92, 75: 31, 55. Cf. Fram áswengde vel tódráf excussit, 146, 17.

sweoloþ. Add :-- Fýr and swoloð ignis et aestus, Ps. Rdr. 293, 66.

sweoloþa. Add :-- Wallendre hæ-acute;te and swoloðan caumate, An. Ox. 23, 55.

sweoloþ-hát; adj. Burning hot :-- Swoloð[át] squalida, fýrh[át] torrida, sunh[át] soliflua, An. Ox. 56, 202-205.

sweór. Add :-- Se sweór bemæ-acute;nde his snore, and se brýdguma his brýd, Hml. S. 33, 191. Hiene ofslóg his ágen sweór fraude soceri sui interfectus est, Ors. 6, 29; S. 278, 18.

sweor a pillar :-- Wearð þám abbode æteówed án fýren swer; sé stóð úp áþenod oð þá steápan heofonan, Hml. S. 3, 449. Mid ðæ-acute;m sweore ðæs wolcnes, Past. 305, 1. Feówer þing synt ealra þinga behéfost ... þám þe þencð tó þám écan lífe; þ-bar; synt feówer sweras, iustitia, ... prudentia, ... temperantia, ... fortitudo, Wlfst. 247, 11-16.

sweora. l. sweóra, and add :-- Ic wát cúðlíce þæt ic be gewyrhtum on mínum sweúran (sweóran, v.l. Cf. swúran, swíran, 18) byrne, Bd. 4, 19; Sch. 449, 22.

sweór-bán. Add :-- Dryhten ceorfeð sweórbán (cervices) synfulra Ps. Vos. 128, 4.

sweór-beáh. Add :-- Sweórbeáh baben, torques aurea cum gemenis Hpt. 31, 13, 295.

sweorcan. I. add :-- Þonne se man sceal sweltan, þonne swyrceð him fram þæs húses hrófe ðe hé inne bið, Verc. Först. 108, 1. Hé ásende þeóstru and swearc misit tenebras et obscuravit, Ps. L. 104, 28. I a. to grow black :-- Sweorcan and sweartian nigrescere, Chrd. 96, 10.

sweord. Add :-- Míne witan habbað ætre[ht] Ecgferðe ealle his áre þurh þ-bar; swyrd þe him on hype hangode ðá hé ádranc, Cht. Th. 208, 22. And þeáh hé geþeó þ-bar; hé hæbbe helm and byrnan and golde fæ-acute;ted sweord (ofergyldene sweord, 22), gif hé þ-bar; land nafað, hé bið ceorl swáþeáh, Ll. Th. i. 188, 9. v. birn- (byrn-), hilt-sweord.

sweord-bora. I. e first two examples should be put under II. II. add :-- Þæs cyningces sweordbora (spatharius: spatharii munus erat spatham sive ensem principis gerere, ejusque latus custodire) wæs Ricgo geháten, Gr. D. 130, 31. Þæs forecwedenan Narses sweordbora Bulgatisc man, 300, 21. Férde se áwyrgda gást in þæs cyninges sweordboran, 187, 21.

sweord-gripe. Substitute: Sword-grip, stroke of the sword. Cf. Fýres feng ... oððe gripe méces, B. 1765. Gáras gripon, Gen. 2063.

Sweordoras. Dele bracket.

sweord-tyge, -tige, es; m. Drawing the sword, fighting with the sword :-- Fýnd áteórodun fram sweordtige (mid sweorde, Ps. Vos., Srt.: of sweorde, Ps. Rdr., Spl.) inimici defecerunt frameae, Ps. L. 9, 7.

sweord-wegende. Add: striking with a sword. The word glosses gladiantes.

-sweóred. v. lang-sweóred.

sweór-hnitu. Dr. Bradley suggests that suernit is a mistake for suge hnitu (usiu in Isidore is uermis porci), and that a later glossarist taking suer- as = sweor- may have produced sweor-hnitu.

sweorsaga (sweord, saga?) glosses allec, An. Ox. 30, 2.

sweostor-sunu a nephew :-- Ann ic his mínra swæstorsuna swælcum se hit geðián wile and him gifeðe bið, C.D. i. 311, 14.

sweót. Add: [Icel. sjót a host.] v. folc-sweót.

sweotolian. Add: used impersonally in the beginning of documents :-- Hér swutelað on þisum gewrite embe þá forewyrd þe Ægelríc worhte wið Eádsige, C.D. iv. 86, 7.

sweotolung. I. add: a visible display :-- Twégen munecas bæ-acute;don æt Gode sume swutelunge be ðám hálgan húsle ... Ðá gesáwon hí licgan án cild on ðám weófode ... hí þæt húsl ðygedon Gode ðancigende þsére swutelunge, Hml. Th. ii. 272, 14-22. Wearð seó cwén micclum gegladod þæt heó móste ðone máðm (the cross) on moldan findan, and siððan ðurh tácnum swutelunge oncnáwan, 306, 11. II. add: a making known the significance of something :-- Se bisceop funde him ó ræ-acute;de þæt hí mid þreóra daga fæstene swutelunge þæs wundres æt Gode bæ-acute;don. Hml. Th. i. 502, 25. (Cf. Bl. H. 199, 32.) Sigewulf hine (Albinus) befrán ... be gehwylcum cnottum þe hé sylf ne cúþe ... þá cwæð Albinus þ-bar; hé wolde his áxunga ealle gegaderian, and him andsware sendan mid heora swutelungean, Angl. vii. 2, 16. III. add :-- Nú wylle wé embe ðises godspelles trahtnunge sume swutelunge eów gereccan. Hml. Th. i. 478, 4. IV. add :-- Se geræ-acute;fa áxude Eugeniam hú heó ána mihte ealle þá gewytan áwæ-acute;gan mid áðe, oððe þurh æ-acute;nige swutelunge hí sylfe áclæ-acute;nsian, Hml. S. 2, 226.

swerian. II. add: to swear an oath, where the form of oath is implied in the noun :-- Hí Crístes helda swóren they said, 'So help me Christ,' Hml. S. 23, 529. II 2 add: Ors. 4, 9; S. 190, 22. II 2 a. add: Hml. S. 14, 97: Hml. Th. ii. 234, 26. II 3. add :-- Hé him áþas swór, þæt hé him gearo wæ-acute;re, Chr. 874; P. 72, 30. Hí him áþas swóron on þám hálgan beáge þæt hié of his ríce fóren, 876; P. 74, 9. v. mán-swerian.

sweþel. The gloss at Txts. 113, 72 is probably High German.

sweþung. Add :-- Seó sweðung þæ-acute;re lácnunge fomenta curationum, Chrd. 60, 26.

swétness. I. add :-- Hí ealle þá stówe gemétton mid ambrosie þæ-acute;re wyrte swétnysse (ambrosiae odore) gefylde, Guth. Gr. 168, 130.

swica. In l. 2 for 'se ductor' l. seductor.

swícan III. add :-- Swícan cessare, An. Ox. 56, 65. v. un-swícende.

-swicc; adj. v. æ-acute;-swicc.

swic-dóm. Add :-- Þá ðe mid mislicum swicdómum hí sylfe and óðre forpæ-acute;rað, Hml. Th. ii. 514, 32.

swice. Add: v. æ-acute;-swice.

swician. III. add :-- Swiciende mánswican, Ll. Lbmn. 244, 28. III a. add :-- Nú swicað se deófol dígollíce embe ús hú hé þurh leahtras forlæ-acute;re ðá crístenan, and tó mislicum synnun heora mód áwende, Hml. S. 16, 220. Hwí woldest ðú swician on ðínum ágenum? (cur tentavit Satanas cor tuum ... fraudare de pretio agri?, Acts 5, 3), Hml. Th. i. 316, 27. IV. add :-- Eádig ys sé ðe ne swycað on mé beatus est qui non fuerit scandalizatus in me, Mt. 11, 6. v. un-swiciende.

-swicu(?). v. ge-swicu(?): swícung. Add: v. ge-swícung.

swífan. I. add :-- Se bróc þeáh hé swífe (swíþe, MS.) of his rihtryne (cf. bróc bið onwended of his rihtryne vagatur defluus amnis, Met. 5, 19), Bt. 6; S. 14, 15. v. ymb-swífan.