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746 WÍG-BEDD -- WINDAN

wíg-bedd. Add :-- Þá se mæssepreóst geseah þ-bar; heó swíðe geswenced wæs, hé genam þá scétan of þám weófode (wígbedde, v.l.), Gr. D. 72, 33. v. heáh-wígbedd.

wígbed-heorþ. For Lchdm. . . . col. I substitute Gr. D. 216, 6, and add: the Latin is: Ab altaris crepidine pulverem collegit.

-wíge. v. or-wíge.

wíg-gild. Add :-- Se ealdorapostol æ-acute;rest ús gesette tó healdanne ðás dagas and tó beganganne for hæ-acute;ðenra manna gedwilde, for þan þe hié hiera wíggild and deófulgild on ðás dagas weorðedon, Nap. 69.

wíg-heard. Add: warlike, martial :-- Wíhearde bellicosas, An. Ox. 783.

wigle. Add :-- Wigles diuinationis, An. Ox. 7, 165.

wiglere. Add :-- Ic æ-acute;lcne wiccecræft eáðelíce oferswíðde, and þá Chaldéiscan wigleras and þá wurmgaleras ic mihte gewyldan tó mínum willan æ-acute;fre, Hml. S. 35, 177. v. steor-wiglere.

wiglung. Add :-- Wiglunge auspicio, augurio, omini, Hpt. 31, 15, 388.

wig-steall. Add :-- Hé eóde binnan þonne weóhstal on norðhealfe, Vis. Lfc. 68.

wihade. v. wóhhian.

wiht. II 2. add :-- Hæfð Ælfréd gehaldene Herewinne on æ-acute;ghwelcre wihte ðæs ð hió an geworden wæs, C. D. B. ii. 46, 29. v. efen-, leás- (?), næ-acute;nig-wiht; ed-wihte.

wíl a wile. Dele: v. flige-wíl, and add (?) :-- Wocia, wýla catenarum, An. Ox. 3560. Wíla, 7, 257.

wil-cuma. Add :-- Wilcuman lâ, mîne hláfordas bene veniant, domini mei, Gr. D. 276, 23.

wildan. II. add :-- Ne læ-acute;te hé næ-acute;fre his hýrmen hyne ofer wealdan, ac wilde (wille, MS.) hé æ-acute;lcne mid hláfordes creafte and mid folcrihte. Sélre him his æ-acute;fre of folgoðe ðonne on, gyf hine magan wyldan ðá ðe hé scolde wealdan, Angl. ix. 260, 26-31.

wild-deór. Add :-- Him cwóm tó monigra cynna wilddeór, Shrn. 72, 5. Þá wearð hé gefyrht mid ege þæs unmæ-acute;tan wildeóres . . . Hé tó þám león cwæð: 'Eálá þú mæ-acute;ste wildeór, ' Hml. S. 23 b, 773-780. Ymb þone Godes man þára manna heortan wæ-acute;ron gewended in wilddeóra (wildeóra, v.l.) réðnesse, and þæs wilddeóres (wildeóres, v.l.) heorte wæs gehwyrfed in mænnisce bilwytnesse erga illum virum Dei eí ferina corda essent hominum, et quasi humana bestiarum, Gr. D. 195, 5-7.

wilde wild. I. add :-- Wilde weorf, Ll. Th. i. 356, 4. Mettas . . . þá þe gód blód wyrceað, swá swá sint. . . wilda hænna and ealle þá fugelas þe on dúnum libbað, Lch. ii. 244, 25. I a. :-- Hors wilde yrnan equos solutos currere, Lch. iii. 202, 32. V a. of people, uncivilized, uncultivated :-- Ær hé hét faran tó stræ-acute;tum and tó wícum, getácnigende þ-bar; Iúdéa folc þe . . . on gehendnysse wæ-acute;ron. Nú hé hét faran tó wegum and hegum, getácnigende þæt wilde folc þe hé gegaderode of eallum middanearde, Hml. Th. ii. 372, 15-19.

wilde powerful :-- Ac þ-bar; is bedeóhlod ús hweþer þá wyldre wæ-acute;re in Stephane and þone sigor áhte sed quid in eo vicerit nos latet, Gr. D. 320, 24. v. ge-wilde.

-wilde. Add: v. earfoþ-wilde.

wildedeór. Add :-- Ne sele wildedeórum (bestiis) sáwla, Ps. Rdr. 73, 2 : Ps. L. 78, 2. v. wild-deór.

-wildelic, -wildend. v. un-gewildelic, ge-wildend.

wilding. Add :-- Anweald &l-bar; wyldinge (-c ?) þín dominatio tua, Ps. L. 144, 13.

-wildlíce. v. self-wildlíce.

wilige. Add :-- Wylie sporta, An. Ox. 17, 42. Wilian quala, corbes, Hpt. 31, ii. 234. v. meox-wilige.

wilisc. Add: v. Bret-wilisc.

will will. I. add :-- Se bisceop hine lét faran be his wille (the bishop let him go as he pleased) . . . Hé geseah þá sóna þ-bar; hé his sylfes geweóld (he was his own master), Ælfc. T. Grn. 17, 10. Hié ealle þá worold on hiora ágen will onwendende wæ-acute;ron they were turning all the world just as they pleased, Ors. l, 10; S. 48, 10.

will a well. Add: The word is fem. in the following (cf. wille; f.) :-- Foranongén Cynewynne wylle ; of ðæ-acute;re wylle, C. D. vi. 129, 26. v. cærs-, gemæ-acute;r-, hring-, mearc-, well- (?), wíþig-will.

willa a well. v. clæ-acute;g-willa.

willa will. II. add :-- Gyf mon méte þ-bar; hé feala spera geseó ætsamne, þonne byð þ-bar; þæt hé on his feóndum his willan gewryhð (þ-bar; þú ofercymst ealle þíne fýnd, v.l.). Lch. iii. 176, 10. V. add :-- Hé þá wræce dyde má on wælgrimnesse wyllan (plus ex crudelitatis desiderio) þonne mid æ-acute;nigre mildheortlicre forgifnesse, Gr. D. 319, 28. VI. add :-- Idesa hwurfon wíf on willan, Gen. 2086. VI a. Ll. Th. i. 24, 4 should be transferred to VIII.

willan, I. add :-- Þá ðá wé wel noldon, ðá forhradode Godes mildheortnys ús þæt wé wel woldon, Hml. Th. ii. 84, 14. II a I. of a natural operation in the case of an, animal or thing :-- Fleót þ-bar; fám of oþ þ-bar; hit nelle mí fæ-acute;man, Lch. ii. 104, 20. Án cú wearð gebróht tó ðám temple . . . ; ðá wolde heó cealfian . . . ac heó eánode lamb, Hml. Th. ii. 300, 34. II d. add :-- Swá oft swá hé tó his horse wolde, Ors. 6, 23; S. 274, 25. Swylce hé wolde wið þæs heofenes weard, Wlfst. 100, 4. III b. add :-- Ðeáh úre heorda hwylc án sceáp forgýme, wé willað þ-bar; hé hit forgylde, Ll. Th. ii. 326, 24. IV a. add :-- Ic wille mé segnian, ac ic ne mæg volo me signare, sed non possum, Gr. D. 325, 4, IV b. add :-- Hé him secgan hét þ-bar; hé geornor wolde sibbe wið hiene þonne gewinn, Ors. 3, l ; S. 96, 18. IV c. add :-- Hié woldon þ-bar;te þá óþere wíf wæ-acute;ren emsárige him, Ors. I. 10 ; S. 46, 3. VI a. of things, to have a tendency :-- Gif eáran willen ádeáfian, Lch. ii. 40, 22. VII a. of the natural properties of things :-- Elpendes hýd wile drincan wæ-acute;tan, gelíce and spynge ðéð 0rs 5. 7; S- 230, 26 -- IX. add :-- Ðá hit þá on mergen dagian wolde imminente aurora, Guth. Gr. 135, 270. (a) in a clause translating a Latin infin. :-- Ic eom gearu þ-bar; ic wille gecyrran tó rihte converti paratus sum, Gr. D. 325, 12. Hí wæ-acute;ron onginnende þ-bar; hí þ-bar; dón woldon hoc facere conati sunt, 234, 6. (b) in a clause translating a Latin clause :-- Ðá eóde se cyning in þ-bar; hé wolde geseón intravit rex ut videret, Mt. 22, 21. Hí fóron þ-bar; hig woldon hí gebiddan ascenderant ut adorarent, Jn. 12, 20. Efne swá þá wínu woldon feallan on þone flór ita ut pavimentum vina invaderent, Gr. D. 59, 17. v. nyllan.

willan (?) to roll. v. be-willan.

wille; m. Add :-- Gif wé ðone biteran wylle æt ðæ-acute;m æ-acute;sprynge ádrýgað cum vitia ab ipso amaritudinis suae fonte siccamus, Past. 307, l. Þá gemétton hí be þám wege fægre mæ-acute;de and wynsumne wylle (eáspryng, v.l. ) invenerunt in itinere pratum et fontem, Gr. D. 129, 4.

wille; f. Add :-- Arn án wencel mid treówenum æscene tó þære wyllan (ad fontem). Gr. D. ii. 21. On winterwellan; of ðæ-acute;re wellan, C. D. iii. 394, 8. v. burg-, fisc-wille.

-wille (cf. wille a well). Add: v. fugel-, hár-, hund-, rúm-wille.

-wille (cf. willa will). Add: v. á-, and-, yfel-wille.

-willen. v. dol-, druncen-willen: willende. Add: v. self-willende: willeudl;íce. Add: v. self-willendlíce: -willendness. Add: v. wel-willeodness.

wille-weg, es; m. A road to a well :-- Andlang d;íc on wylleweg; ðæt andlang wylleweges, C. D. v. 150, 12. Cf. well-weg.

willian. II a. add :-- Ðá ongan hé mid miclum stefnum cleopian and willian fyrstmearce coepit magnis vocibus inductas petere, Gr. D. 325, 31.

will-mod a distaff, v. wull-mod.

will-spryng. Add :-- Sume men synd swá áblende þ-bar; hí bringað heora lác . . . tó wylspringum, Hml. S. 17, 131.

willung desire. Add :-- For ðon wer bið wífe gemenged þonne unálýfedre willunge (inlicitae concupiscentiae) monnes mód in geþóhte þurh lustfulnesse bið geþeóded . . . þæt fýr þæ-acute;re unrihtan willunge, Bd. I. 27; Sch. 86, 14-20.

willung heat. Dele passage, in which wylme is to be read for wylinc. v. An. Ox. 571.

wilmian (?) to rage :-- Þá þá swíþlíce wédde and wilnode (wilmode ?) seó arrianisce éhtnes dum perstcutio Ariana vehementer insaniret, Gr. D. 240, 7.

wiln. Add; -- Hwí dést þú ðé sylfe ðurh wáce þeáwas swilce þú wyln sý, Hml. S. 8, 44. Seó wyln (cf. án mínra wimmanna, 187), 2, 211.

wilnian. I I g. add :-- Lóca nú þ-bar; þú ofer gemet ne wilnige, Solil. H. 17, 9.

-wil-sæ-acute;lig. v. gewil-sæ-acute;lig.

wilsum-lic. Add: v. ge-wilsumlic.

wilsumlíce. Add :-- Wilsumlíce sponte, An. Ox. 1235. Þ UNCERTAIN úre nán ne beó wiþerræ-acute;de wiþ þá hálgan drohtnunga, ac wilsumlíce dó þ-bar; hé dó, Hml. S. 33, 73 : Ps. Vos. 53, 8.

wilsumness. v. ge-wilsumness.

wilwan. I. add :-- Hé ungyrede hine his hrægle and hine sylfne nacodne áwearp and wylewede (wylede, v.l. ) on þám ordum þára þorna . . . and þár þá wæs lange welwed (volutatus), Gr. D. 101, 14-18.

-wilwung (?) a roll :-- Welung uolumina, An. Ox. 28, 31.

wín. Add :-- Hé untýnde þ-bar; wínern (apothecam) and gemétte þá fatu swá genihtsumlíce mid wíne gefyllede . . . efne þ-bar; swá þá weaxendan wínu (wín, v.l.) woldon feallan ofer þá fatu on þone flór (ita ut pavimentum excrescentia vina invaderent), Gr. D. 59, 16. v. eced-, reám-wín.

-wín-ærn. Add: v. preceding word : -winola. v. wine-wincla.

win-cynn, es; n. A kind of wine :-- Ne drinc ic heononforð of ðysum wíncynne (de hoc genimine uitis, Mt. 26, 29) æ-acute;r on ðám dæge þe ic eft drince mid eów níwe wín on mínes fæder ríce. Nap. 69.

wind. Add: I. :-- Wind sclabrum ( = flabrum), Txts. 97, 1841. Windas flabra, uenti, Hpt. 31, ii. 237. Windum slabris = flabris. The word is a gloss on a passage in Bd. I. 19 : Incendium ad habitaculum . .. flabris stimulantibus ferebatur, Txts. 181, 72. v. eástannorþan-wind.

-wind. v. ed-wind, ge-wind : wind (?). See wind ; I. supra.

windan. II 4. add: to give a spiral form to.