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ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS 755

[At the end of the list of compounds of a word only the initial letter of the word is given.]

A

á = on :-- Á felda in agro, Chrd. 68, 1.

á ever. B. IV.add :-- Á má gebróðra fratrem alium, Gen. 43, 6.

á-æ-acute;lan, Ps. Rdr. 77, 21. v. on-æ-acute;.

á-bedecian :-- Man tállíce ábedecige (impudenter petere) þ-bar; man. sylle, Chrd. 70, 5. Búton þú hit forstele &l-bar; gereáfige &l-bar; ábeþecige, Bt. 32, l; F. 114, 9.

á-beran(?) to do without :-- Hym wæs láð tó forlæ-acute;tenne þone Hæ-acute;lend, and hý uneáðe mihton his neáweste (wanan?, ond áberan = to endure) áberan. Nap. 4. [Of. (?) O. H.Ger. in-beran: Ger. entbehren.]

á-beþecian. v. á-bedecian.

á-biddan. III 2. add: Dóm. L. 30, 28.

á-bilgan. Add: v. ge-ábiligan.

á-bisgian. I.3. add: 49, 6:208, 22.

á-blendan (l a). Add: -- Críst hine áblende ðe ðis æ-acute;fre áwende, C. D. iv. 271, 19: 270, 21.

á-bléred. l. -blered. v. blere.

á-blindian. Add: -- Gif hý áblindiað bútan æ-acute;lcon sáre, Lch. iii. 96, 9 : 2.

á-blinnedness cessation, Angl. v. 465, 4. [á-bolgel = á-bolgen, Wlfst. 220, 23.]

á-brecan. I I. add :-- Tó ábrocenan beorge, C. D. iii. 172, 30. (id) add: Ll. Th. ii. 330, 28-9. II. add: Hml. Th. ii. 564, 14.

á-brégan. Add: [O. H. Ger. ar-bruogen ex-, per-terrere.]

a-bregdan. I I. add :-- Hé his exe úp ábræ-acute;d, Hml. S. 31, 152.

á-breóþan. lib. add :-- Abroðene soluti, Chrd. 77, 36.

á-búgan. Add :-- Þá ábúgendan declinantes, Ps. L. 124, 5.

á-burod. v. ge-byran (?).

á-bútan. v. þæ-acute;r-á.

á-bycgan. v. un-áboht.

ác. v. scip-á.

ác-bearo an oak-grove :-- On ácbeara, C. D. v. 232, 27.

á-cennan. v. híwan-ácenned.

á-cennedlic. Add: Ps. Rdr. 287, 13: Chrd. 126, 19.

á-cuman. v. út-ácumen.

á-cumba. Add: a-cum[b] :-- Fýr átent ácuma (stuppas), Chrd. 74, 16.

á-cumendlicuess. v. un-á.

á-dídan. Add: Ælfc. T. Grn. 3, 25 : Gen. 7, 22: 9, II.

ádl. v. cancer-, ceác-, ceáfl-, fíc-, geal-, land-, lencten-, lenden-, lifer-, liþ-, síd-, stic-, útsiht-, wamb-á.

ádlian. Add :-- Ealle ádliað egrotabunt, Archiv cxx. 297, 43.

adlig. v. mónaþ-á.

ádl-seóc in bad health :-- Ádlseóce menn beóð (cf. ualitudo hominum, 14), Archiv cxx. 297, 48.

á-dón. Add: -- Hungor ádyde hí. Chr. 1086. Ádóþ gatu tollite portas, Ps. Rdr. 23, J.

á-drífan. II a. (l) add :-- Áweg ádriéfð, Past. 255, 16.

æ-acute;. Add :-- Æ-acute;s þínre legis tuae, Ps. Rdr. 58, 12: 9, 21. v. heáfod- (?), synder-æ-acute;.

á-ealdian. v. ealdian ; II.

æcer. Add :-- Twégen æceras . . . se þridde æcer, C. D. iii. 400, 6-9 ; 19, 5-8. v. ælmes-, fleax-, gár-, heáfod-, læ-acute;g-, mæ-acute;d-æ.

æcer-ceorl. Add :-- Ealle æcerceorlas rustic/, aratores, Chrd. 68, l.

æceren. Add :-- Æceren ne bóc glandes uel fagina, Chrd. 15, 10.

æ-acute;-cyrf; f. l. m.

æ-acute;eder, v. heáfod-æ-acute;. v. ceddran.

æ-acute;-fæstlíce. v. un-æ-acute;.

æ-acute;fen. v. Candelmæsse-, freóls-, Fríge-æ-acute;.

æ-acute;fen-collatio an evening reading :-- Gif hwylc bróðor . . . tó heora æ-acute;fencollationem (ad collationem, v. . -æ-acute;fen-ræ-acute;ding) ne cymð, Chrd. 60, 35.

æ-acute;fen-offrung an evening sacrifice, Chrd. 3021.

æ-acute;fen-pegnung. Add :-- Æ-acute;fenþénunge bréman, Chrd. 114, 16.

á-efesian to shear :-- Ic of áefesige detondeo, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 157, 16.

æ-acute;fest. II. add: Chrd. 46, 32-36.

æ-acute;-firmþa Add: Cf. or-fyrmþa.

æ-acute;fnian. v. ge-æ-acute;.

æ-acute;fre. I I. add: Hml. S. 12, 120.

æfter. A. I. 5. add :-- Æfter ðám hege, C. D. iii. 77, 29. 16. add :-- Gesellan welan æfter (in order to obtain) anwealde, Bt. 33, 2; F. 124, ii. B. add: (4) marking sequence :-- Æ-acute;rest . . . æfter, Ll. Th. i. 6, 17. v. þæ-acute;r-æ.

æfter-cneóreso posterity, nepotes, Rtl. 61, 18. Æ.

Æ-acute;fter-hæ-acute;þa (-e ?). l. -hæ-acute;þa. v. hæ-acute;þa.

æfter-sóna. v. efter-sóna.

æf-þanc, -weard, v. of-þanc, -weard.

æ-acute;g-hwæþer. I b. add :-- For æ-acute;ghwæþerum ðyssum mánum (þyssa mána, v.l. quo utroque scelere], Bd. 2, 5 ; Sch. 133, ii.

æ-acute;-glæ-acute;ca = æ-acute;-gleáwa (?) :-- Béda, se æ-acute;glæ-acute;ca láreów, Angl. viii. 308, 35.

ægnian. Dele To terrify (in Dict. ), anad see ágnian; IV.

æ-acute;ht. I d. add :-- Hé wæs riht æ-acute;ht tó Hæ-acute;ðfelda, Cht. E. 276, 18. v. cwic-æ-acute;ht.

æl an awl. Dele: v. awul.

æ-acute;l. v. ge-bind; II. v. sæ-acute;-æ-acute;.

æ-acute;l burning, v. on-æ-acute;lan; I I a.

æ-acute;-ládteów a legislator :-- Æ-acute;látteów legislatorem, Ps. Vos. 9, 21.

æ-læte. Add :-- Ídele &l-bar; æ-acute;læ-acute;te inanes, Ps. Rdr. 296, 53.

æ-acute;lan. v. a-, ge-æ-acute;.

æ-acute;lc. I I. add: (a) alone, every one :-- Ælc þe gewita si, Ll. Th. i. 354, 28 : 424, 18. Heó hme æ-acute;lcne Þe heó gemétte, Hml. S. 31, 1042. (b) with gen. pl. :-- Mæ-acute;stra daga æ-acute;lce almost every day, Chr. 894; P. 84, 29 : Ors. 6, 36; S. 294, 27. I a. add :-- Wundorlic æ-acute;lcum men, Chr. 1051; P. 176, 20. Æ-acute;lces infæres omnis aditus, R. Ben. 53, 16. (2a) :-- On æ-acute;lcum ánum geáre, Shrn. 63, 28. (2 b) :-- Æ-acute;lcum his cempum, Hml. Skt. 31, 97. II. arfd: -- Æ-acute;lces eles íímtig, Gr. D. 160, 9.

æle-gréne quite green, young (plant), fresh :-- Ælegréne nouelle, Ps. Rdr. 127, 8. v. eall-gréne.

ælfremedan. v. ge-æ.

ælfrem-edung glosses alienatio, Ps. Rdr. 285, 14.

ælmes. v. ælmesse.

ælmes-æcer a field the produce of which was given as alms, first-fruits :-- Frumwæstmas hátað sume men ælmessecer sé ðe ús æ-acute;rest gerípod bið, Nap. 5.

ælmes-dónd an almsgiver, Chrd. 92, 28.

almes-full. Add: Nap. 5.

ælmes-hand. v. maga.

ælmes-lác alms-offering :-- Mid ælmeslácum God gladian, Nap. 5.

ælmes-lic. v. elmestlic.

ælmes-mann. Add :-- Æ-acute;lmesmanna bílyfne stipendia pauperum, Chrd. 51, 3.

ælmesse. Add :-- ælmes(s), e :-- Ðín ælmess elemosyna tua, Mt. R. 6, 4. Ælmesse wircan, 3. Heora ælmesse geútian, Cht. Th. 362, 2. Ælmessan (ælmesse, v.l.) dæ-acute;lan, Bd. l, 27 ; Sch. 64, 3:5, 2 ; Sch. 557, 3. Gebeda and ælmesse preces et elimosynae, 5, 12 ; Sch. 627, 8. v. sulh-æ.

æ-mynde. For ' æ-acute;-mynde, es; n. . . . neglect' substitute: æ-acute;-mynd, e; f. Jealousy, and add :-- Æ-acute;mend zelum, Angl. 32, 506. Cf. myne love.

æ-acute;nan. v. ge-æ-acute;.

æ-acute;nig only :-- Feá æ-acute;nig waes monna cynnes, Rä. 61, 3. On þám folce feáwe wæ-acute;ran æ-acute;nige, Ps. Th. 104, ii. Cf. ánga.

æ-acute;ppel. v. ciric-, gód-æ.

æ-acute;r wave. v. eár.

æ-acute;r; II. add :-- Æ-acute;r . . . siþþan, Chr. 690; P. 40, 10: Hml. Th. 244, 28. III. add :-- Æ-acute;rest . . . siþþan, Hml. Th. i. 276, ii.

æ-acute;r-æ-acute;t. Add: Nap. 5.

æ-acute;ren; adj. With oars (?) :-- Lytel æ-acute;ren scip carabus, Gr. D. 347, 2, 4.

ærendian. Add: IV. to deliver a message (f) :-- Ic gefrægn for hæleðum, hring [æ-acute;r]endean, Rä. 49, I.

æreudung. Add: III. intercession. Cf. æ-acute;rendian ; II :-- Him getýþade Leófríc mid erndunga Godgyfan, Cht. Th. 446, 3. earn. v. gang-, gemót-, hæf-, hors-, hús-, miltestre-æ.

ærnan. Add: to ride on horseback.

ærning. v. irning.

æsc. I. add :-- Onefen ðone greátan æsc, C. D. ii. 172, 24.

æsc-bedd an ash-bed, C. D. v. 120, 27.

æ-acute;sce. v. ge-æ-acute;.

íé-sceáda. v. corn-æ-acute;.

æscen. Add: [Nap. 73.]

æsc-stybb. v. stybb.

æstel. For the first 14 lines in Dict. substitute: This word is of uncertain meaning. In the two instances of its use in which from the context the character of the object denoted by the word may be to some extent inferred, the meanings seem different. In Wrt. Voc. i. 81, 23 it occurs in a list of words connected with the fabric and furniture of a church, chorus chor, gradus stæpe, indicatorium æstel, scabellum sceamul; in Past. 9, 1-3 it is associated with a book. As the word seems adapted from Low Latin aslella, a chip, plank, board, in each case some kind of board may be intended; in the former a notice-board (?), in the latter a board used in the binding of a book, on which the title of the book was inscribed (cf. Latin index = title of a book). For a description of binding see Rá. 27 and Jn. L. p. 48. From the latter, as throwing light on the value of Alfred's æstel, may be quoted the following: 'Hé gesmioðade ðá gehríno ðá ðe útan on sint, and hit gehrínade mið golde and mið gimmum æ-acute;c mið suulfre ofergylded fáconleás feh.' See a paper by E. J. Thomas in Camb. Philol. Trans. 1916. [N. E. D. , D. D. astel.]

æt. Add: I 3 e a. :-- Æt þám sáwlum beswicene, Chrd. 88, 12. v. þæ-acute;r-æ.

æ-acute;t. v. feónd-, ofer-, untíd-æ-acute;; ete.

æt-bredan. II. add :-- Swilce þám rihtwísum ætbrédað his rihtwísnysse, Hml. Th. ii. 322, 18.

æt-bryidan. v. brigdan.

-æ-acute;te; sbst. v. of-, wyrm-æ-acute;.; adj. v. fela-, of-, sýfer-, wyrm-æ-acute;te.

-æ-acute;t; II. add swá hé úre sáule ús ætfæste, Bl. H. 103,

æ-acute;t-feallan; II. I a. for 'diminution' substitute 'loss'.

æ-acute;t-feng. Add :-- Æ-acute;t ðám ætfengaan, Ll. Lbmn. 244, 28.

æ-acute;-feorlan I. Mé ætfea(l)h fyrhtu helle, Ps. Th. 114, 3.

æt-feorrian. Add :-- Ne ætfeorrige :-- man hine sylfne (se substrahat) þám godcundlican lofum, Chrd. 93, 3.