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720 -TÁCNIGENDLIC -- TENDING

-tácnigendlic, -líce. v. ge-tácnigendlic, -líce.

tácnung. V. add :-- Sende se pápa tácnunga hú hé þ-bar; hálgian, and on hwylcum stówum on Britane hí settan scolde, Chr. 995; P. 128, 34.

tæ-acute;can. IV. add :-- Ðá ísernan hierstepannan hé tæ-acute;hte for íserne weall tó settane betuh ðæ-acute;m wítgan and ðæ-acute;re byrig, Past. 165, 9. V. add: with double accusative? :-- Hé tæ-acute;hte hí (him? Cf. hé sealde hí (him?) þ-bar; gerýne, 97) þá gerýna þas hálgan geleáfan, Hml. S. 30, 94.

tæ-acute;cing. Add: v. bóc-tæ-acute;cing.

tæflung, e; f. Gambling :-- Ús syndon synderlíce on þisum dagum forbodene ... ídele spræ-acute;ca and tæflunga and beórscypas, Nap. 61.

tægl. Add :-- Wæs beboden þ-bar; se tægel sceolde beón gehál æ-acute;fre on þám nýtene æt þæ-acute;re offrunge for þæ-acute;re getácnunge þ-bar; God wile þ-bar; wé simle wel dón oþ ende úres lífes; þonne biþ se tægel geoffrod on úrum weorcum, Ælfc. Gen. Thw. 3, 39-42.

tæl. Add: v. gerím-tæl: -tæl; adj. [v. N.E.D. tall.] v. ge-, ofer-tæl.

tæ-acute;lan. II. add :-- Tæ-acute;lan carpere (strophoso rictu) &l-bar; vituperare, An. Ox. 15, 2. III. add :-- Tæ-acute;lede derogemur (strophosae sugillationis ludibrio), An. Ox. 8, 393.

-tælful. v. ge-tælful.

tæ-acute;ling. II. after 'calumny' add: detraction, derogation :-- Ne wéne ic ná þ-bar; þes wer wæ-acute;re gelustfullod on árfæstnysse weorke, ne on þæs bisceopes tæ-acute;linge (episcopi derogatione), Gr. D. 76, 17. III. derision, mockery. Take here the passage given under II, where for 'calumnies' substitute 'mockeries'; the Latin glossed by tæ-acute;lincga is irrisiones.

tæ-acute;l-lic. Add: blameable, reprehensible :-- Gif æ-acute;nig bið gemét teállic si quisque repertus fuerit reprehensibilis, R. Ben. I. 9, 54, 7. Þæ-acute;r ma[n] wógerlice leóð and tæ-acute;llice singe ubi amatoria et turpia cantantur, Chrd. 78, 34.

tæ-acute;lness. Add :-- Gelustfullod mid tæ-acute;lnysse þæs biscopes delectatus episcopi derogatione, Gr. D. 76, 17. Heora lár bið eall tó tæ-acute;lnesse geþeóded, Verc. Först. 118, 9. Forlæ-acute;tan wé tæ-acute;lnessa nnd twyspræ-acute;cnessa, 94, 3: Ll. Th. ii. 262, 26.

tæl-sum. Add: v. ge-tælsum.

tæ-acute;l-wirþe. Add :-- Án þing wæs þ-bar; gesewen wæs on him tæ-acute;lwyrðe (reprehensibile) beón, Gr. D. 203, 21. Gif hié on ðæ-acute;m cúðan gewislíce ongietað hwæt ðæ-acute;ron tæ-acute;lwyrðes bið si de expertis, quidquid disputationis audiunt, veraciter cognoscunt. Past. 441, 16. Hé lýfeð sumum mannum sume tæ-acute;lwyrðe wísan quaedam reprehensibila relinquit, Gr. D. 204, 15.

tæ-acute;nen. Substitute :-- Tæ-acute;nene breóstgyrde sceptrine uirge, An. Ox. 3303.

tæ-acute;se. Add :-- Tæ-acute;s[e] blandus, An. Ox. 56, 307.

-tæ-acute;we. v. æl-, manig-tæ-acute;we.

tál I. add :-- Se wellwillenda man wyle eáðe forberan gif him man tále gecwyð, Hex. 44, 18. Þá sæ-acute;de se deófol him hospword, and mid manegum tálum hine týnde, ac hé næs gestirod for his leásum tálum, Hml. S. 31, 725. Sé ðe forlæ-acute;t bysmorlíce spellunga and tálu, Hml. Th. i. 306, 2. II. add: II a. that which brings disgrace, disgrace :-- Þreáge ma[n] hine mid þám tále þæ-acute;re bródorlican áscyrunge sequestrationis rubore corripiatur, Chrd. 61, 31. III. add :-- On his bebodum forðstæppende bútan tále (sine querela), Hml. Th. i. 352, 3: ii. 56, 34. Gif hwá ræ-acute;de, ic bidde þ-bar; hé þás áwændednesse ne tæ-acute;le, ac þ-bar; hé hele swá hwæt swá þáron sý tó tále, Ap. Th. 28, 19: Ælfc. T. Grn. 21, 41.

tala well. v. tela; IV: tala? :-- Tala vel mycel gropa congium reddit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 130, 78.

tál-full; adj, Blameable :-- Þanon (visiting of women) weorðað preóstas tálfulle (reprehensibiles), Chrd. 67, 36.

talian. I a. add :-- Wé taliað ducimus (nec legitimum connubium spernendum ducimus, Ald. 7, 27), An. Ox. 419. Tó for náht taliende parui pendendam, 504. I c. add :-- Sé unryhtlíce talað, sé ðe talað ðæt hé sié unscyldig incassum se innocentes putant, Past. 335, 12.

tál-lic. II. add :-- Tállic gewuna reprehensibilis usus, Chrd. 63, 19. v. un-tállíc.

tallíce. l. tállíce, and add :-- Tállíce ábedecian inprudenter (impudenter, v.l.) petere, Chrd. 70, 5.

talu. I. add :-- Þurh þínre leásan tale ic ongyten hæbbe þ-bar; þú eart án torswíþe leás man, Hml. S. 23, 687. II. add :-- Talu disputatio, An. Ox. 27, 18. V. add :-- Ne móste hé beón þára þreóra nánes wyrðe ðe eallum leódscipe geseald wæs on wedde, tale (he should not be entitled to bring an action), ne teámes, ne áhnunga, Cht. Th. 266, 11. v. frum-, geán-talu.

tam. Add :-- Se wulf folgode forð mid þám heáfde, swylce hé tam wæ-acute;re, Hml. S. 32, 162. v. hand-tam.

tamcian to tame, render gentle :-- Leóhtlic hwyslung mæg hors tamcyan and león hwelpas gremian lenis sibilus equos mitigat, catulos instigat, Chrd. 96, 18.

tamcol. v. un-tamcol: -tang. Add: v. samod-tang: -tangness. v. gader-tangness: tán-hlyta. Add: -hlíta(?): tán-hlytere. Add: -hlítere(?).

tapor. Add :-- Þá gefylde hé mid wætre þæ-acute;re cyrcan cyllan and sette tapor (weocon, v.l.) onmiddan (in medio papyrum posuit), Gr. D. 44, 14.

tapor-æx. Dele (borrowed from English) in bracket. The word seems Slavonic as to its first part, cf. Russian topor an axe, and to have come from Scandinavia to England.

targa. Add :-- Féren targa ignitus clipeus, Kent. Gl. 1073. Mínes targan, Cht. E. 226, 25.

taru(?), e; f. A rent, gap :-- Ðá giniendan oððe tara hiulcas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 42, 49. Cf. teran.

tawere. v. flæ-acute;sc-tawere.

tawian. II. add :-- Hí begunnon tó áxienne hwæt se man wæ-acute;re þe hí swá wælhreówlíce beóton ... Hí urnon wépende þ-bar; hí þone hálgan wer swá huxlíce tawoden, Hml. S. 31, 997. [v. N.E.D. taw. Goth. tanjan: O.H. Ger. zaujan.]

táxe. Dele, and see tosca.

teágan. Add :-- þ-bar; land mid tó tégenne, Bd. 4, 28; Sch. 521, 3.

teáh. I. add :-- Dryhten þone ealdan feónd gesæ-acute;lde in súsla grund and gefetrade fýrnum teágum, Pa. 60.

tealt. Add: v. un-tealt.

tealtian. Add :-- Hé ongann tó þám swýðe cwacian and mid fótum tealtian þ-bar; hé uneáðe hine sylfne áberan mihte coepit se ipsum nutanti gressu vix posse portare, Gr. D. 36, 20.

tealtrian. Add :-- Tealtri[ende] exorbitantes, An. Ox. 2, 356.

teám. I. add :-- Teám posteritatem, An. Ox. 585. I b. used figuratively of consequences :-- Ælc ðyssera heáfodleahtra hæfd micelne teám, Hml. Th. ii. 218, 27. III 2. add :-- Toll and teám sý ágifen intó þám mynstre, bútan hé hit geearnian mæge tó þám ðe þænne áh mynstres geweald, Cht. E. 236, 4. efen-teám.

teár. Add: v. hlenor-teár; wollen-teár; adj.

teart. Add: I. of material objects, sharp, piercing :-- Tearte acra (testularum fragmina), An. Ox. 8, 218. II. of pain, &c. :-- On þæ-acute;re teartestan tintregun acerrimo, i. asperrimo tormento, 1946.

-teáw. Add: v. manig-teáw.

tela. III. add :-- Getímige ús tela on líchaman, getímige ús untela, symle wé sceolon þæs Gode ðancian, Hml. Th. ii. 252, 15. Oft getímað yfelum teala for lífe, 332, 15. III a. of health :-- Hí settað heora handa ofer ádlige men, and him bið tela (bene habebunt), Hml. Th. ii. 304, 22. V. add :-- Hé him sylfum geworhte tela unmycel eardung-hús sibi humile habitaculum construxit, Gr. D. 201, 5. v. un-tela.

teldian. Add :-- Mid þý se feónd his yfelnesse mægen and his grimnesse áttor teldað, þ-bar; hé mid þý átre þá menniscean heortan wundað dum omnis nequitiae suae vires versutamente tentaret, Guth. Gr. 119, 44. [v. N.E.D. teld.]

-teldung. v. ge-teldung.

telga. Add: telge, an; f. A rod :-- Þá beran hé slóh mid þæ-acute;re telgan (ferula) þe hé géwunode þ-bar; hé bær him on handa, Gr. D. 229, 21. [Cf. O.H. Ger. zwelga ramus.]

telge(?). Add: effort(?), endeavour(?) [Cf. O.L. Ger. tiloga exercitatu.] v. tilian.

telgestre, an; f. A dyer :-- Manige þára tælgestrena (-eona, MS.) þe hér eardiað tinctorum, qui hic habitant, plurimi, Gr. D. 342, 3. Cf. bæcestre for the suffix.

telgor. Add :-- Telgra surculorum, An. Ox. 562. [Perhaps the second example, telgre, should be taken as a nom. fem., but it is a gloss to vimine. v. An. Ox. 18 b, 95.]

telgra. Add :-- Telgrum corticibus (but the gloss seems to belong to uiminibus, which precedes), An. Ox. 257.

tellan. II. In l. 4, col. 2, after hwíle insert: wiþ tén þúsend wintra, and add :-- Tell þú swá fela daga, Angl. viii. 325, 8: 327, 9. III a. add :-- Wolde hé Róme gesécan, þ-bar; in þá tíd wæs micles mægenes teald and gelýfed Romam adire curauit, quod eo tempore magnae uirtutis, aestimabatur, Bd. 4, 23; Sch. 470, 11. III c. add :-- Hié tealdon and him þúhte (putabant) þ-bar; him þá áne miðene deáhle wæ-acute;ron, Bd. 4, 27; Sch. 515, 4. IV. add :-- Gif þú nelt hine tellan eác tó þám mónan swá swá tó þæ-acute;re sunnan, þonne áwæ-acute;st þú þone eástorlican regol, Lch. iii. 264, 15. v. un-teald.

temes. Add: [v. N.E.D. temse]: temesian. Add: [v. N.E.D. temse; vb.]

temian. Add: to subdue passion, feeling, &c. :-- Hé swíþe his líchaman tæmede (temode, v.l.) and swæncte per abstinentiam carnem domavit, Gr. D. 11, 9. v. un-temed.

tempel. Add :-- Þá hálgan weras syndon Godes templu, Gr. D. 63, 7. [The word seems masculine in, Hé geliþewæ-acute;hte heora wurdfullan templ, Hml. S. 31, 483.]

tempel-hálgung. Add :-- Templhálgunga, þæt is symbelnessa hyra eardungstówa wé ná ne begýmaþ schenofegias, id est sollemnitates tabernaculorum, non obseruamus, An. Ox. 40, 36.

temprung. v. un-getemprung: tendan. Add: v. for-tendan.

tending, e; f. Burning :-- Hé hine sylfne nacodne áwearp and wylede on þæ-acute;ra þorna ordum and on þæ-acute;ra netela tendingum (tænd-