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WULDRIAN -- WYRT-GEMANGNESS 751

wuldrian. Add: v. á-wuldrian: wuldriend. v. riht-wuldriend.

wulf. I. add :-- Wæs micel wundor þ-bar; án wulf wearð ásend þurh Godes wissunge tó bewerigenne þ-bar; heáfod wið þá óþre deór . . . Læg se græ-acute;ga wulf þe bewiste þ-bar; heáfod, and mid his twám fótum hæfde þ-bar; heáfod beclypped, græ-acute;dig and hungrig, and for Gode ne dorste þæs heáfdes ábyrian, Hml. S. 32, 145-155. v. were-wulf.

wulf-haga, an ; m. An enclosure to protect flocks from wolves (? cf. Coll. M. 20, 15 (v. wulf; I.) for need of protection) :-- On ðone wulf-hagan midne; of ðám wulfhagan, C. D. iii. 78, 22. Tó ðæn ealdan wulthagan, vi. 9, lo.

wulf-pytt, es; m. A pit for trapping wolves (?), a wolf's lair (?) :-- Tó wulfpytte, C. D. B. i. 280, 20. On wulfputt; of þám pytte on ðá wógan æ-acute;c, iii. 113, 31. Tó ðæ-acute;m wulfpyttæ, C. D. v. 84, 17. On ðone wulfpyt; of ðám wulfpytte, iv. 49, 7: 157, ii. Tó wulfpyttan, 343. 23 : iii. 434. 18.

wull-mod. Add: v. Beiblatt xiii. 14: -wun. v. ge-wun: -wuna; m. v. ge-wuna : -wuna; adj. v. be-, ge-wuna.

wund. I 2. add :-- Heó wearð gestanden on þá breóst mid cancre þæ-acute;re wunde cancri ulcere in mamilla percassa est, Gr. D. 279, 27. v. feax-, heáfod-, syn-wund.

wund; adj. I i. add :-- Þæ-acute;r wearð þ-bar; .iii. hund monna ofslagen, ealle búton ðæ-acute;m consule ánum : hé cóm wund áweg, Ors. 4, 6; S. 172, 24. (la) add :-- Gif man bið on hrif wund, Ll. Th. i. 96, 10. Gif mon sié on þá herðan tó þám swíðe wund, 25. v. scear-wund.

wundenness. Dele, and see ofer-fundenness.

wundian. Add: (l) where injury is caused :-- Bið ðæt mód on sume healfe open tó wundianne, Past. 431, 9. (2) where a curative effect is intended :-- Se læ-acute;ce hýt his læ-acute;ceseax under his cláðum oð ðæt hé hine wundað: wile ðæt hé hit gefréde æ-acute;r hé hit geseó, Past. 187, 10.

wundig. Add :-- Ealle hié hié swá wundige hyrwað omnes itt ulcerosum contemnunt, Verc. Först. 139, lo.

wundiht. l. wundiht[e].

wundor. I 3 a. add :-- For earnunge hálignesse wundra manega hæ-acute;la (monig wundur hálo, v.l.) gefremede wæ-acute;ron ob meritum sanctitatis eius multa sanitation sint patrata miracula, Bd. 5, 15; Sch. 649, 12. Gelómlico wundor hæ-acute;la crebra sanitatum miracula, 4, 3 ; Sch. 365, 16.

wundor-cræft. I. add :-- Swylce eác seó heáfodstów sundorcræfte (wundorcræfte (?), but note seorsum; sundurcræftiglíce (wundorcræftiglíce(?)), v.ll.) gemeten and geworht and gescyrpendlíce gehíwod ætýwde tó þám gemete hyre heáfdes et locus quoque capitis seorsum fabrefactus ad mensuram capitis illius optissime fíguratus apparuit, Bd. 4, 19 ; Sch. 451, 18.

wundor-cræftiglíce. See preceding word.

wundor-hús, es; u. An upper chamber, upper part of a house :-- Þá se mæssepreóst gestód in þám solore þæs mynstres. . . þá þurhwuniendum unonwendedlíce eallum þám getimbre þæs hámes þ-bar; wundorhús (solarium) sylf gefeóll, in þám stód se preóst, Gr. D. 119, 27.

wundor-lic. Add: v. for-, tó-wundorlic.

wundor-tácen a miracle :-- Nú oð þis, þæs þe mé þinceð, on ídel ic wénde þ-bar; on Súðlangbeardum næ-acute;ron náne fæderas þe wundortácnu (signa) wyrcean mihton, Gr. D. 25, 27.

wundrian. I 3. add :-- Ac ic wundrige þá stihtunge þæ-acute;re godcundan mildheortnesse ofer ús unweorðe sed super indignos nos divinae misericordiae dispensationem miror, Gr. D. 233, 28. Sé þe ongyteð his drohtað, ne scyle hé wundrian his mægn qui conversational ejus agnoverit, virtutem non debeat mirari, 187, 9.

wundrung. I. add: -- Wiþ lungenádle, genim þæ-acute;re sylfan wyrte seáw, syle drincan; mid heálicre wundrunge hé bið gehæ-acute;led, Lch. i. 96, 10.

wund-spring, es; m. An ulcerous wound :-- Wið wundspringum, Lch. i. 356, 20.

wune-ness. Add: v. þurh-wuneness.

wuniendlíce; adv. Continually :-- Hí beóð á wuniendlíce lifiende in helle, Gr. D. 264, 9. v. þurh-wuniendlíce.

-wunol. v. þurh-wunoí.

wunung. II. add :-- Wunion ealle an ánre fæstre wununge (in uno conclaui (cf. conclauis, locus conclusus, Corp. Gl. H. 35, 683) atrii), Chrd. 54, 33. v. card-, in-, mid-, on-, samod-, þurh-wunung.

wunung-stów, e ; f. Dwelling-place, habitation :-- Hé him bebeád þ-bar; hé fram hire gewite, and þ-bar; hé náne wunungstówe (locum) næfde on Godes þeówene, Gr. D. 31, 19.

wyla. v. wíl.

wylfen; adj. Add (?) :-- Oþ þá griégan, wylfenan hárnesse usque cigneam canitiem (cf. græ-acute;g as an epithet of the wolf; and the modern phrase ' grey as a badger'), An. Ox. 1876.

wylian. v. wilwan: wylinc. l. wylme. An. Ox. 571.

wyn-bliss. In Gr. D. 2, 4 wyn, blis should be read, the passage is alliterative.

wyn-dreám. In 1. 2 dele 'Lamb'.

wyndreám-ness, e; f. Jubilation :-- Wyndreámnesse iubilationis, Ps. L. 150, 4.

wynyng. v. wining.

wyrcan. Dele at end' fore-, in- (Exon. Th. 337, 21; Gn. Ex. 68)', and I I. add :-- Gebiddan neód ys and weorcean orare necesse est et operari, Scint. 35, 3. (2 a) add :-- Wíngeard wyrcan blíðnysse líf getácnað vindemiare, hilaritatem uit&e-hook; significat, Lch. iii. 212, I. II I 2 a. add :-- Weg þú weortest on sæ-acute; uiam fecisti in mari, Ps. L. Lind. 242, 20. Byrgenne swelce hiera þeáw wæs þæt mon rícum monnum bufan eorðan of stánum worhte, Ors. 4, 10; S. 202, 5. Wyrtgemang wyrcan, Gr. D. 318, 3. (l a β) add :-- Æ-acute;gwilc treíw gód gódne wæstmas bereþ &l-bar; wyrceþ omnis arbor bona fructus bonos facit, Mt. R. 7, 17. Hwílum wyrmas heortcoþe wyrceað, Lch. ii. 176, 13. (l b) add :-- Fíf hund and feówer and syxtig atomi wyrcað án momentum . . . syx tída wyrcað ánne fýrðling, and feówer fýrðlingas wyrcað ánne dæg, and seofon dagas áne wucan, Angl. viii. 318, 43-319, i. (l c β) :-- Ne wyrce gé mínes fæder hús tó mangunghúse nolite facere domum patris mei domum negotiationis. Jn. 2, 16. III 2. add :-- Weorc þ-bar; þe þú wercende wæ-acute;re &l-bar; weorhtest opus quad operatus es, Ps. L. 43, 2. V. to work, produce an effect, have influence :-- Hond sceal heófod in wyrcan the head must work upon (or influence) the hand, Gn. Ex. 68. v. brycg-, samod-wyrcende.

wyrcend. II. add :-- Beóð þæs wordes wircendras estote factores uerbi, Ælfc. T. Grn. 14, 37. Hé ys Godes þén . . . on þám yfelum wyrcendum tó wræce gesett Dei minister est; vindex in iram ei, qui malum agit (Rom. 13, 4), 20, 28.

wyrcness. I. add :-- Wyrcnesse, Ps. Vos. 106, 23.

wyrd. IV 2. add: what is done, a deed, an action :-- Gif hé ó wæ-acute;re gecnysseð mid mænniscre herenesse fram þám mægne þyssere wyrde in virtute facti (a miracle just performed) favore humano pulsatus, Gr. D. 59, 31. Hé gefealh his gebede for þone seócan man, and þá sóna eft hine gelæ-acute;dde tó his ágenre ræste hálne . . . Of þæ-acute;re wyrde (ex quo ejus uno facto) þæs weres wé geleornodon þ-bar; wé gelýfdon eallra óþra weorca, 248, 4. For þon þá wundru þe þonne geweorðað bringað þá gewitnysse þæs gódan lífes, þý ic bidde, gif hwylce sýn þé cúþe þára háligra wyrda, þ-bar; þú secge quoniam ipsa signa quae fiunt, bonae vitae testimonium ferunt, quaeso te, si qua sunt, referas, 91, 20. Þá þá ic sæ-acute;de þá wyrda háligra wera dum facta fortium virorum narro, 188, 5. V. add :-- Hit ne mæg áberan þá byrðene swá mycelre wyrde ferre talenti pondus non valet, Gr. D. 228, l. V a. add :-- Hé nerede hý of wyrde heora eripuit eos de interitu eorum, Ps. Rdr. 106, 20.

-wyrd speech. Add: v. fore-wyrd: -wyrdan. Add: v. ge-ánwyrdan, ge-forewyrdan : -wyrde; n. Add: v. fore-, fracoþ-wyrde: -wyrde ; adj. Add: v. gearo-, yfel-wyrde : -wyrde-lic, -wyrdelíce, -wyrdelicness, -wyrdigness. v. ge-wyrdelic, & c. : -wyrdness. v. fela-wyrdness: wyrd-wrítere. Add: v. gewyrd-wrítere.

wyrht. Dele 'leóþ' at end, and add: v. læ-acute;ce-, un-wyrht; egen-wirht ?

wyrhta. Add; croc-, frum-, gim-, godweb-, ísern-, lám-, læ-acute;st-, leóþ-, lypen-, méd-, morþ-, morþor-, níd-, scild-, scóh-, slecg-, sweord-wyrhta.

wyrm. Add: v. in-wyrm.

wyrm-cynn. Add :-- Ofer weormcynna cyningce super basiliscum, Ps. L. 90, 13.

-wyrmede. v. deág-wyrmede.

wyrm-galere. Add :-- Þá wurmgaleras ic mihte gewyldan tó mínum willan æ-acute;fre, Hml. S. 35, 177.

wyrms. Add :-- Heó ne mihte bedýglian þ-bar; weaxende wyrms (wyrmsi, v.l.) and wídl (increscentem saniem), Gr. D. 157, 10. Æ-acute;gþer ge þá handa ge þá fét wæ-acute;ron wunda fulle, emne swá þá wyrms fleówan út of þám openum wunde manus ejus et pedes versi in vulneribus fuerant, et profluviente sanie patebant, 302, 9.

-wyrmsig corrupt matter. See preceding word.

wyrt. I. add :-- Swá swá wyrta felda &l-bar; blæ-acute;da wyrtena quemadmodum olera herbarum, Ps. L. 36, 2. I a. add :-- Gehwylce wyrte (þá wyrta, v.l. olera) þe hé æ-acute;r mid stale gewilnode, hé him þ-bar; sealde, Gr. D. 25, 15. 'Ne can ic næ-acute;nigne óþerne cræft búton þone, þ-bar; ic mæg wyrta wel begangan'. . . Þá þá hé gehýrde þ-bar; hé gelæ-acute;red wæs wyrta tó begangenne 'Artem aliquam nescio, sed hortum bene excolere scio' . . . Cum in nutriendis oleribus peritus esset, audivit, 180, 23-26. v. læ-acute;ce-, spere-, wealh-, wyn-, wyrm-wyrt.

wyrt wort. Add :-- Healde hé hine georne wiþ geswét eala, drince hlúttor eala, and on þæs hlúttran ealað wyrte wylle geonge ácrinde and drince, Lch. ii. 292, 21.

wyrt-bræ-acute;þ. After 36 in 1. 4 add: 34, 107.

wyrt-geard. Add :-- Þá gelæ-acute;dde hé hine tó þæs wyrtgeardes (-túnes, v.l.) gate eum duxit ad horti aditum, Gr. D. 25, 14. Paulinus onféng þá nytte þæs wyrtgeardes (horti). And þá þá se cyningces áðum gelómlíce eóde in þone wyrtgeard (hortum), 180, 28.

wyrt-gemang. Add :-- Wæs sóht hwæ-acute;r se læ-acute;ce wæ-acute;re þe cúþe wyrt-gemang wyrcan cum medicus atque pigmentarius esset quaesitus, Gr. D. 318, 2.

wyrt-gemangness. e ; f. Spice :-- Wyrtgerna[n]gnyse ambrosi&e-hook;,