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726 TUNGOL -- ÞÆC-SELE

tungol. Add: m. :-- Se seldcúða tungel gebícnode þæ-acute;s sóðan cyninges ácennednysse, Hml. Th. i. 106, 27.

tungol-spræ-acute;c, e; f. Astrology :-- Tungelspræ-acute;ce aslrologia, Hpt. Gl. 479, 49.

tún-hofe. v. hofe.

tún-ræ-acute;d. Add :-- Sum tún wæ-acute;s ... Þe æ-acute;lce geáre oftost wæs áwést þurh hagol ... þá sende se túnræ-acute;d sumne getrýwne æ-acute;rendracan tó Martine his helpes biddende, Hml. S. 31, 1219.

turf-hacce(?), an; f. A turf-hoe, implement for cutting turf :-- Ligones, ferrum fossorium (fusorium, MS.) tyrfahga (turfhacce? v. N.E.D. hack an implement for breaking or chopping up, mattock, hoe, &c.), Txts. 112, 43.

twædding, e; f. Adulation :-- Twaddung adulatio, Chrd. 40, 28. Hig mid twæddingum beswícan eos adulationibus decipere, 62, 23.

twá-nihte. Add: v. twi-nihte: -twecca. v. twæccea.

twégen. II 2. add :-- Þissa twéga mæ-acute;st, Lch. ii. 354, 18. IV. add :-- Þæ-acute;t sió hel sié swylc(e) twá deóp, Verc. Först. 109, 5. v. em-twá.

twelf. II. add: (3) as a number :-- Geýc twelf þæ-acute;rtó, Angl. viii. 301, 20. Þriwa feówer beóð twelf, 328, 21.

twéntig. I 1. add :-- Þis is þára twéntiga hída bóc, C.D. iii. 426, 12. (1 a) uninflected :-- Twéntig síðon seofon beóð án hund and feówertig, Angl. viii. 303, 6. (3) helping to form ordinals :-- His ríces þý þriddan geáre eác twéntigum, Bd. 1. 13; Sch. 36, 17. II 1. add :-- Ðes friódóm waes bigeten mid ðaem twéntigum hída, C.D. i. 315, 22. (2) add :-- Weaxeð þ-bar; flód ðæs sæ-acute;s feówer and twéntigum síða, Shrn. 63, 29. Þá diáconas sceoldon þegnian fram fíf and twéntigum wintra and ofer þ-bar; Gr. D. 102, 11. v. hund-twéntig.

twéntig-feald. Add :-- Týnfealdum oððe twéntifealdum deni aut viceni, R. Ben. I. 54, 15.

twéntig-geáre; adj. Twenty years old :-- On þám geáre þe Ælfréd Æðelincg wæs án-and-twéntig-geáre, Hml. S. 32, 37.

tweó. I b. add :-- Sume martyra lima geáhniaþ, and an tweón is hwæeðer hý martyras sýn alii membra martyrum -- si tamen martyrum -- venditant, R. Ben. 135, 26. v. ge-tweó.

tweógan. I c. add after Swt. 192, 15: 5, 7; S. 230, 20. II a. add :-- [Þonne hí þeówiað þám ungesewenlican Gode, hí húru ne tweógen ná þára ungesewenlicra gescæfta ut quae invisibili serviunt esse invisibilia non dubitentur, Gr. D. 269, 2. (b) add :-- Ic wát þ-bar; hí tweógiað be þæ-acute;re sáwle life æfter þæs líchaman deáðe multos ... de vita animae post mortem carnis perpendo dubitare, Gr. D. 259, 7. (d) add :-- Ne scealt þú ná tweógian (tweógan, v.l.) þ-bar; þes hafað þá ungeswenlican hýrsumnesse dubitare non debes hunc invisibilia obsequia habere, Gr. D. 268, 25. Hit mæg beón tweód fram unstrangum módum hwæþer hí sýn þe ne sýn þæ-acute;r andwearde ab infirmis potest mentibus dubitari utrumne ..., 177, 8. (d a) with acc. and clause (= acc. and infin.) :-- Þú ne tweóst ná þone ungeswenlican God þ-bar; hé is scyppende esse non dubitas creantem Deum, Gr. D. 268, 22. v. un-tweód.

tweógendlíce. Add: v. un-átweógendlíce.

tweógung. Add :-- Ic wille ániman fram þám þe þás bóc ræ-acute;dað þone intingan æ-acute;lcre tweónnge (tweónge, v.l.) æt æ-acute;lcum þæ-acute;ra spella þe ic wríte ut dubitationis occasionem legentibus subtraham per singula quae describo, Gr. D. 9, 6.

tweónian. Add: I c. and e :-- Hine tweónað ymb ðæs untruman geðyld, hwæðer hé geðafian mæge ðæt hine mon sníde, Past. 187, 7. v. á-tweónian; un-tweónigende.

tweónigend-lic. Add: doubtful, uncertain, dubious :-- Tweóniend-licre tweónunge ðry[dunge] ancipiti ambiguitatis scrupulo, An. Ox. 676. Tweóniendlicra gewrita Apocrifarum, 5103.

twi-bleó. Add: double-formed :-- Æ-acute;gðer ge cynren ge túdor is twy-bleoh genus prolisque biformis, Chrd. 78, 6.

twi-bytme.. For 'bytm' at end l. bytme: -twicce. v. -twæccea.

twiccian. Add :-- Hé cúðe twiccian þá wæstmas gódra mægna ille virtutum fructus carpere noverat, Gr. D. 256, 19.

twi-deágod; adj. Double-dyed :-- Twideágadre deáge bis tincto cocco, An. Ox. 1060. v. twi-gedeágod.

twi-ecgede. Add :-- Twiecggedum bis acuto mucrone), An. Ox. 229.

twi-feald. I. add :-- Mon æ-acute;lcne ceáp mehte be twifealdan bet geceápian þonne mon æ-acute;r mehte, Ors. 5, 13; S. 248, 2. II. add :-- Þám móde þæs gehýrendan becymeþ twifeald (twig-, v.l.) fultum (duplex adjutorium) ... hit byþ oærned UNCERTAIN ... hit byð geeádmódod, Gr. D. 8, 16.

-twifealdian. v. ge-twifealdian: twiflldan. Add: v. ge-twifildan.

twi-fingre. Substitute: Two fingers thick, a term applied to fat on swine :-- Æt twyfingrum spic, Ll. Th. i. 132, 19.

twi-fyrclian to fork off from, separate from another object :-- Þeáh æ-acute;lc leásung hæbbe sume gelícnysse þæ-acute;re sóðnysse, þeáh twyfyrclað and tódæ-acute;ld seó árwyrðnys (differt tamen dignitas) þæs sóðan wísdómes fram lícetunge leásre láre, Chrd. 96, 37.

twi-fyrede. l. -fýrede

twig. Add :-- Twig flagella, An. Ox. 53, 2: 8.

twiga. v. palm-twiga.

twi-híwe. II. add :-- Twihíwum wurmon bis tincto cocco, An. Ox. 2, 24.

twi-milte; adj. Twice melted :-- Geola swá twymylte wex flaua, An. Ox. 4462.

twin. Add :-- Twinne, twifealde. An. Ox. 5085.

twín. Add :-- Hwíte twíne geþráwne bisso retorto, Wrt. Voc. ii. 126, 34.

twi-ræ-acute;de. II. add: at variance, discordant :-- -Twyræ-acute;de tó gesibbianne discordantes reconciliandi, Chrd. 112, 10.

twi-sehtan. Dele '(?)', and add: The Latin is :-- Filosophos uiderit disiungi dampnum significat. v. Archiv cxxv. 56, 295, where twi-sehtan is given as the true reading.

twi-sestre; adj. Containing two sesters :-- Éghuælc án wæs twisestre gemet, Jn. L. 2, 6 marg.

twisled. Add :-- Tó ðám twysledan hamme, C.D. v. 281, 24. On þæt twyslede treow, C.D.B. ii. 246, 22.

twislung. Add: differentiation :-- nellað náne twislunge habban nánes hádes reclusa personarum acceptione, Chrd. 13, 24. v. weg-twislung.

twi-spræ-acute;cness. Add :-- Forlæ-acute;tan wé leásunga and lícettunga, tæ-acute;lnessa and twyspræ-acute;cnessa, Verc. Först. 94, 3.

týd instructed, v. týn.

týderness a branch :-- Wínbóga týddernessa palmitum propagines, An. Ox. 3849. Cf. týdrung; II.

-týdre. v. or-týdre: týdruug. In l. 2 after 61 insert :-- Týd-drunge, An. Ox. 1031: tyge. Add: v. sweord-tyge: tygþ. v. tíþ.

tyhtan, I. add :-- Þá gefæstnadon þá cwelleras þone Crístes þegn on þæ-acute;re hengene, and hine hetelíce tihton swá swá man web tiht, Hml, S. 37, 100-102. II 2. (a) add :-- Þonne hé cymð hé eów tiht and gewissað tó ealluum ðám ðingum ðe ic eów sæ-acute;de ille uos docebit omnia et suggeret uobis omnia quaecumque dix&e-long;ro nobis, Jn. 14, 26, Hml. Th. i. 298, 3. Hé útlændisce hider in tihte, Chr. 959; P. 115, 12. (b) add :-- Þæt mæ-acute;den tihte þá wydewan þ-bar; heó þá sceattas dæ-acute;lde þearfum, Hml. S. 2, 142. Hí tihton heora geféran þ-bar; hí unforhte wæ-acute;ron, and bæ-acute;don þ-bar; hí áwurpon heora wæ-acute;pna him fram, 28, 61. (3) with dat. of person, to urge something on a person :-- Hé arn swá swá him his nytenlice yld tihte plegende mid his efenealdum, Hml. Th. ii. 134, 4.

tyhtend. Add; v. leás-tyhtend: tyhtend-lic. Add: v. mis-tyhtendlic.

tyhting. Add :-- Hí tihton heora geféran þ-bar; hí unforhte wæ-acute;ron ... Betwux þysum tihtingum tengdon þá hæ-acute;þenan, Hml. S. 28, 66. v. leás-, on-tyhting.

tyhtness. Add :-- Tyhtnesse instinctu, An. Ox. ii. 179.

tyllan. For 'compound' in l. 1 substitute 'compounds be-,'.

tyllan to pay toll :-- Halwun freóde Hægelflæ-acute;de hire w&i-long;man and tilde (cf. Ælfríc nam þæt toll for þæs kynges hand, 31), Cht. E. 253, 16.

tym-bor (?) taratrum. l. (?) tyrn-bor terebrum.

týn. Add :-- Hí man tý þ-bar; hí góde bæcystran beón, Chrd. 19, 18. Týn heora láreówas hí erudiantur a magistris, 58, 4. Týd[e] cati, An. Ox. 56, 159.

týnan. Add: v. ymb-týnan; un-týned: -tyngfull, -tynglic, -tynglice, -tyngness. v. ge-tyngfull, &c.: týning. Add: v. æcer-týning: tyrfan. v. ge-, of-tyrfan.

tyrning. I. add :-- Sume preóstas gýmað þ-bar; heora loccas mid [næ-acute;dle ?] tyrninge cyrpsion crines calamistri uestigio rotantur, Chrd. 64, 34.

týþ-. tíþ- forms should be taken here.

Þ

þá. I. add :-- Be ðæ-acute;m wæs swíðe wel gecweden ðurh ðone wítgan ... ðæ-acute; cwæð se wítga unde bene per prophetam dicitur, Past. 409, 33. II, add :-- Him þá etendum, Mk. 14, 22. Hér Cynegíls and Cuichelm gefuhtun wið Pendan, and geþingodan þá, Chr. 628; P. 24, 18. III 1. add :-- Þám forman, dæge azimorum, þá hí eástron offrodon, Mk. 14, 12. v. geó.

þaccian. Add :-- Þú tó þon gelæ-acute;ded wæ-acute;re þ-bar; þú mid þínre brádre handa þá nunnan ofer hire eaxle þaccodest qui perductus es, ut posteriora illius alapaferires, Gr. D. 190, 14. [v. N.E.D. thack.] v. ge-þaccian.

þacian. Add: [v. N.E.D. thack.]: þac-sele. v. þæc-sele.

þæcele. Add: used figuratively :-- Inæ-acute;led mid þám þæcelum (þyccylum, v.l.) þæ-acute;re æfeste invidiae facibus succensus, Gr. D. 117, 28.

þæc-sele (?) a building with a thatched roof (?) :-- Of ðon nyrðan gate on þacseleheal; of þacseleheal, C.D. iii. 134, 37.