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760 BURG-GEAT-SETL -- CRÁCETTAN

(for burhgeat as implying tln importance of a residence see first passage under burh; I a), Ll. Th. i. 190, 16. burg-geat-setl. Dele; see preceding word. burg-geriht a town-due :-- Hwylce gerihta langon intó Tántúne . . . Of Þ ám lande æt Nigon hídon . . . burhgerihtu, Cht. Th. 432, 23. Burgerihta, 433, 18. burg-hege. Cf. hegian. burg-leóda. Cf. land-leóda. burg-steall. Substitute: v. borg-steall. burg-stræ-acute;t a town-road :-- On eásthealfe seó burhstræ-acute;t, C. D. B. iii. 15, 11. burh-ware. v. innan-, útan-b. bur-land, v. gebúr-land. burna (-e). v. fild-, mylen-b. bútan. Add: with nom. :-- Eall úre folc mid fleáme astwand búton wé feówertig Þe on ðám feohte stódon, Hml. S. 11, 74. C. II 1. :-- Hý man gecnáwan ne mæg, búton -tonne heo gréwð, Lch. i. 98, 4. III 2. :-- Ne can ic næ-acute;nigne óþerne cræft búton þone, þ-bar; ic mæg wyrta wel begangan, Gr. D. 180, 24. byccen; adj. Of a goat :-- Tó preósta gescý finde man biccene heorðan (pelles bucinas), Chrd. 48, 26. [O. H. Ger. bucchín hircinus. ] bydel. I. add: I a. a preacher :-- On ídel beóð þæs bydeles word, Hml. Th. i. 320, 26. I b. of things :-- Gedreccednyssa . . . synd ðá bydelas (heralds) þæs écan forwyrdes, Hml. Th. i. 4, 12. byg-spæc. v. bí-swsec. -bygu. v. ge-b. -byhte. v. ge-b. bylcettan. v. bealcettan. -bylgneas. v. æ-acute;-, eáþ-b. -býran. v. ge-b. byrd. v. fan-, frum-b. byrdan to be born. v. ed-b. byrdan to burden, v. ge-byrd; pp. -byrdan temerare. v. on-b. -byrde. v. þole-b. byrd-estre. For 'embroideress' 1. 'embroiderer', v. Archiv cxxiii. 418. -byrdig. v. for-b. -byrding. v. hyse-, in-b. byrd-ling. v. in-b. -byrdo. v. mis-b. byre. v. middel-b. Cf. búr. -byrgan (cf. byrga). v. on-b. byrgedness. v. be-b. byrgen; II. :-- Þá lícþénunge . . . þiére byrgene (his bebyrginge, v. l. ), Gr. D. 84, 6. v. eorþ -, ge-b. byrnete a barnacle :-- Byrnete lolligo, Nip. 11. [v. N. E. D. barnacle.] -byrnod. v. ge-b. byrn-wiga. l. -wiga, and odd :-- Þá torras . . . þe ðá byrnwigon on stódan turres cum armatis iactatoribus, Nar. 4, 18. -byrst(e) -bristled, v. fiþer-, ge-b. byrþen; I 2. add :-- Áne bóc unáberendlicre byrbenne codicem ponderis pene imfortabilis, Bd. 5, 13; Sch. 639, 3. byrþre. v. hyse-b.

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cæcepol. v. hæcewol. cæg. Dele 'For eage; f. l. ' and add :-- Seó cæ-acute;ge, Verc. Först. 128, 20. v. helle-cæ-acute;ge. cæpse, an; f. A box :-- Wyrcað áne níwe cæpsan eówrum lácum tó fætelse. Nap. 11. [Lat. capsa.] cáf. Add: strenuous, strong :-- Cáfe strenui, Chrd. 52, 17. Cáfe (fortes) druncen tó mengenne, 74, 20. cáflíce. (2) add: -- Cáflíce uiriliter, Chrd. 40, 3: 94, 6: strenue, 53, 27 : 93, 10. calan. v. of-calen. camb favus. v. hunig-e. camb a comb. v. wull-e. camp. Add; -- Úres gewinnes and compes militiae noslrae, Nar. 2, 28. campian. v. ellen-c. camp-lic. Add: -- Camplice wæ-acute;pen arma militaria, Chrd. 63, 24. cancer. Add: -- Gestanden mid cancre þæ-acute;re wunde, Gr. D. 279, 27. Candelmæsse-dæg Candelmasday :-- On ðám feówerteogoðan dæge fram his ácennednesse þe wé cweþað Candelmæssedæg, Nap. 12. capitol; II. add :-- Tó capitule (ad capitulum) cuman, Chrd. 28, 9. Fram capitule árísan, 29, 17. Capitul habban, 43, 10. car-ful; I. add :-- Ðá dióflu drífað þá cearfullan sáwla tó helle, Verc. Först. 112, 4. II. add :-- Hé weorpeð ðá cearfullan cæ-acute;ge (the key of hell) in on þá helle, 15. caulic some kind of medicine :-- Ðó caulices on .ii. dropan oððe þrý, Lch. ii. 272, 22. cawel (cáwel). l. cáwel. cáwel-wyrm. Add: -- Cáwlwyrm (printed calfwyrt; but see Nap. 76) eruca, Wrt. Voc. i. 31, 72. ceafer. v. eorþ-e. cealdu. v. sin-c. cealflan. v. mis-c. cealf-wyrt. v. cáwel-wyrm. ceap-land bought land (?) :-- Ic an mín wíf al ðat ceáplond and dat óðer ðat ic mid hire nam, C. D. iv. 294, 18. ceápung. v. or-ceápungum. ceás-lunger; odj. Quick to quarrel, contentious :-- Se hordere sceal beón sýfre and ná ceáslunger (conteniiasvs), Chrd. 19, 12. v. lunger. ceaster-leód; pl. leóde a citizen :-- Þæ-acute;r úre bídaþ úre ceasterlióde, Nap. 12. ceaster-leód, e; f. The people of a city, the citizens :-- God wæs yrre þæ-acute;re ceasterléóde, Nap. la. ceaster-wyrhta. The Latin word glossed is polimitarius; perhaps the glosser connected poli- with GREEK, though Wrt. Voc. ii. 68, 26 has polimita hringfág. ceddran Dr. Bradley suggests that addran should be read. v. æ-acute;dre; II. celness. v. ed-c. cene; adj. v. searu-c. (?) céne adv. Dele, and for belliter read belliger. cennan. v. frum cennende; ed-, eorþ-, frum-, heofon-, níw-cenned. cenning Add: II. a declaration; v. cennan ; II. v. mis-c. Centingas men of Kent :-- Ealle Centingas, Chr. 1011, P. 141, 16 : 1052; P. 179, 7. v. Eást-, West-C. ceol-wæro pain in the throat :-- Wið ceolwærc, Lch. ii. 312, 2. ceorfan ; II. add :-- Gé soecað mec tó ceorfanne &l-bar; tó ácwellanne (interficere), Jn. R. 8, 37. v. fore-, ofer-c. ceorfend. v. fore-c. ceorl; II. add: -- Fram þám dysigum ceorla folce wæs weorþod se hæ-acute;þena god, Gr. D. 121, 19. v. æcer-, Sót-(?)c. cíd strife :-- Æfest and gecíd (geflit and cíd, v. l.), Lch. ii. 168, 17. cídere one who chides, quarrels, &c. :-- Gif hwylc preóst beo . . . cídere (increpalor), Chrd. 41, 30. cígan; II. add :-- Þá cégde heó tó eallum þæ-acute;m apostolum on hire hordcofan uocauit omnes apostolas in cubiculo suo, Bl. H. 143, 33. v. ed-, in-c. cíg-ung. Add: invocation :-- Héyfelsacode Godes mægnþrym . . . in scinna ciginge, Gr. D. 289, 9. v. in-, nam-c. oilcan. v. ge-c. cild. v. mæg-, mægden-c. cild-bearn (?) a child :-- Æ-acute;ghwýlc wæ-acute;pned cildbearn ( = cild &l-bar; bearn), Nap. 12. cild-geong. In 1. 2 dele '. Mon . . , 49', and add :-- Ne sceal hine mon cildgeongne forcweðan, Gn. Ex. 49. cille. v. stór-c. Ciltern-sæ-acute;te. In 1. 2 after Cilternsæ-acute;tna add: landes is. -cin diminutive suffix, v. (?) þyrn-cin. cípa. Add :-- Preóst þe byþ cýpa negotiator clericus, Chrd. 70, 5. cíping; I a. add. :-- Céping teloneum (cf. mertze), Wrt. Voc. i. 37, 10. III. dele gloss at Wrt. Voc. i. 37, 10. cip-pian. v. for-c. cirice. v. heáfod-e. cirlisc; I. add :-- Gif ceorlisc man (ceorl, v. l. ) geþeó þ-bar; hé hæbbe . v. hída landes, Ll. Th. i. 1 88, 5. cirm. v. sárig-e. cirpsian. Add :-- Sume preóstas sýn þe gýmað . . . . . . þ-bar; heora loccas mid (næ-acute;dle?) tyrninge cyrpsion (crines calamistri uestigio rotantur), Chrd. 64, 34. cirr. v. geán-e. cir-redness. v. for-c. , and cyrredness in Dict. -cirrendlic. v. on-e. -cirring. v. for-c. cís. Add: fastidious, squeamish :-- þe læ-acute;s hit seócmódum bróðrum and císum wyrðe tó wlættan ut infirmis mentibus non uertatur in nausiam, Chrd. 23, 9. cís-stycce a piece of cheese :-- Án tyl cýssticce portionem de formatico, Chrd. 15, 3: 5 : 8. cist. v. hrægel-, merc-e. clæ-acute;fre. v. heorot-, hwíte-c. clæ-acute;ne; II. for first passage see leger; III. , and add; II a. free from encumbrance or obligation :-- Sealde . . . seó scír his land clæ-acute;ne, þá hé hit unforbodan and unbesacan bohte, Cht. Th. 376, 14. Ðis wæs úre ealra seht. Wulfstán and his sunu sealdon þæt and clæ-acute;ne Leófríce, arid Leófríc and Wulfstán and Wulfríc þám bisceope, clæ-acute;ne land and unbesacan, 377, 12-18. [Ælfred hauet yseld his land sacleás and clæ-acute;ne (pacifice ei quiete), C. D. iv. 199, 7.] II b. free from what is shameful, of ground used for burial, hallowed, v. leger; III. clæ-acute;n-georn. Add: desirous of cleanliness :-- Góde bæc-yrstran . . . to æ-acute;lcum meteþingum clæ-acute;ngeorne . . . and wé wyllað þæt þá cócas clæ-acute;ngeorne beón, Chrd. 19, 19-21. clæ-acute;nsian. v. uii-clæ-acute;iisod. clam[m]. v. fér-c. cláþ. v. eaxl-, hand-, hed-, offrung-cláþ. cláþ-flyhte. v. flyhte. clauster. Add :-- Þ á claustru (claustra canonicorum) þæ-acute;r þá preóstas inne slápað, Chrd, 21, 9. cleofa. v. ealu-, mete-c. cleof[u]. v. in-c. clife. v. hegc-e. clifer. v. rinde-c. clifrian. Add :-- Seó culfre ná mid cláwum clyfrað (lacerat), Chrd. 62, 16. clipian. Add: I a. with acc. :-- Hé clipode tó Gode þisne cwyde, Ælfc. T. Grn. 11. 37. III. of sounds :-- Þone swég þára fíf clipiendra stafa, Chrd. 57, 8. v. ofer-c. -olipigendlic. v. tó-c. clipung. v. ge-, tó-c. clif-wyrt. Add: Lch. iii. 54, 33. clufeht. l. clufeht[e]. clyccan. v. for-, ymb-e. clýsan. v. for-c. cnæ-acute;we. v. or-c. cnáwend. v. on-e. -cnawlíce. v. tó-c. Substitute: [cnáwléce in the phrase tó cnáwléce in acknowledgement :-- Ic gife tó cníwléce S &c-tilde;e Peter mín messehacel, Chr. 963 ; P. 117, 12.] -cnáwness. v. ge-c. -cneordlic, -líce. v. ge-c. cneóres. v. forc-c. cneów. v. frum-e. cniht; I. add: I b. used in reference to a guild, a junior member (?); a member of a young men's guild (?) :-- Hæbbe æ-acute;lc gegilda .ii. sesteras mealtes, and æ-acute;lc cniht ánne and sceat huniges, Cht. Th. 613, 33. Ego Æðelhelm and cniahta gegildan (cf. (?) N. E. D. knighten-gild), C. D. B. ii. 128, 32. II. add. :-- Gif cniht æ-acute;pen bréde, gilde se hláford án pund. Cht. Th. 612, 23: 28: 32. (The guild in this case was 'þegna gild. ') cniht-hád ; I. add :-- Þá gedwolan his cnihtháda errorespueritiae, Bd. 5, 14; Sch. 642, 9. cnítan (?), cnítian (?) l. cnitian cnyllan; II. add :-- Hé þá dura cnylde, Vis. Lfc. 28. cofa. v. flæ-acute;sc-, land-c. copel. Cf. cucol. -copsed (-cosped). v. fót-, ge-c. -copseude. v. ge-c. -corded, v. ge-c. -coren. v. ge-c. coren-beág. Cf. coróna. -coren-lic, -líce. v. ge-c. corfian. v. for-c. corn. Add: v. hwæ-acute;te-c. ; ge-cyrnod. corn-hrycce. Dele, and see corn-hwicce. corn-hwæcca. Dele: Substitute: corn-hwæcce. v. corn-hwicce. corn-hwicce, an; f. A corn-chest :-- Wearð gemét ðæt feoh uppon ánre cornhwyccan (-hwntccan, v. l. in three MSS. ; Thorpe incorrectly prints -hryccan), Hml. Th. ii. 178, 8. v. hwæcce. cost. Add: -- Menigum costum &l-bar; uísum mullis modi's, Jn. p. 7, 10. [Monigfald cost clæ-acute;nsungú multimodis purificationibus, Rtl. 121, 28.] -cost; adj. v. ge-c. costnian. v. ge-c. costung. v. ge-, ofer-c. coþu. v. un-c. crácettan. v. -croccetan.