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CRÆFT -- DÍGLIAN 761

cræft. v. eorþ-, feþer-, fird-, flít-, getæl-, getyng-, grammati(s)c-, hand-, heáh-, lyb-, mægen-, meter-, mund-, smiþ-, són-, syn-, þyl-, weorc-c.

cræftig. v. dysig-, hand-, læ-acute;ce-, smiþ-, stæf-c.

cræftiga. Add :-- Hé sende him cræftigan (cræftige wyrhtan, v.l. architectos), Bd. 5, 21; Sch. 678, 18. v. galdor-, heáh-, smiþ-c.; cræfta.

cræft-spræ-acute;c scientific language :-- Ys gecweden æfter cræfte gemæne cyn ... Neutrum is náðor cynn ... ne werlices ne wíflices, on cræftspræ-acute;ce (grammatically speaking), ac hit byð swá þeáh oft on andgyte, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 18, 15.

crás. Dele and see nicor,

cráwe. In local names v. C.D. vi. 275: as a proper name :-- Æftaer Cráwan degæ míræ magan, iii. 274, 6.

créd. v. han-créd.

crencestre. [Cf. N.E.D. crink.]

crib(b). Add: a couch :-- Ne ástíge ic on bed mínes crybbes (in lectum strati mei), Chrd. 31, 3.

crinc. Cf. (?) crencestre.

Críst;add :-- Crístes mæsse úhte, Chr. 1021; P. 154, 31. v. wiþer-C.

crísten-ness. Add :-- For þæ-acute;re crístennysse (crístnesse, v.l.) þe gé underféngen, Ll. Lbmn. 412, 12. Þurh þíne crístennysse, 413, 32.

crístnere one who performs the rite of crístnung (q.v.).

crístnian. v. ge-crístnian for alteration.

-crocettan. v. mis-c.

-crod. v. ge-c.

-croged. v. ge-c.

croft, v. wudu-c.

croh. For geola-croh. l. geolwe croh. v. geolwe.

crop, v. heorot-c.

crúc. Add :-- Se preóst mæssode be crúce, Vis. Lfc. 74.

crundel; II. add :-- On cyncges crundlu, C.D. iii. 80, 29.

crycc. Add :-- Criccum cambuttos, Chrd. 34, 6. v. cycgel.

crypel; I. add: cf. On crypelgeat [cripple-gate the low opening in a fence or wall to allow the passage of sheep from one field to another; a stile, D.D.), C.D. v. 215, 8. II. add: [cripple a frame of wood, D.D.]

cú. Add :-- Dæ-acute;l cýna fífe iuga boum quinque, Lk. R. 14, 19.

cucol(?); adj. Rickety, unsteady :-- In loco qui dicitur Cucolaustán, C.D. ii. 109, 16. [Cf. D.D. cockle to totter, be unsteady; cockly rickety, unsteady.] Cf. copel.

cuman. Add: p. cam. I 1. to come to a person :-- Þá cam Putrael tó Boia, Cht. E. 274, 3. III 1. add: to reach a point :-- Oþ þæt wé tó þám gilde cuman, Ll. Th. i. 234, 27. Oð þæt gé cumon tó ánum feórðlincge until you come to your last farthing, Hml. Th. i. 268, 1. IV 3. add: Ll. Th. i. 122, 6. v. efen-c.; of-, samod-, ufan-cumende; feor-, feorran-, níw-, níwan-cumen.

cumb; I. v. mæ-acute;r-c.

cumbol; I. v. eofor-c.

cú-micge cow's urine :-- Bete mid háttre cúmicgan, Lch. iii. 10, 20.

cum-líþe. Add :-- Wé sýn gemingode þ-bar; wé cumlíðe beón instruimur in colligendis hospitibus, Chrd. 51, 6.

cum-pæder. Cf. ge-fædera(-e).

-cund. v. eorl-, esne-, meter-c.

cunnan. I 4. add: of sexual intercourse :-- Ic secge þæt ic ne conn þurh gemæc-scipe monnes æ-acute;nges, Cri. 198.

cunness. v. on-c.

cuppe. Add :-- Áne cuppan seolfrene ... twá cuppan seolfrene, Cht. Th. 501, 21-32: 36. (Cups are often mentioned in wills.)

cursumbor. For corzumber l. coczumber.

cúp; I. add :-- Nú tólýsde swíðe cúð (aperta) gesceádwísnes þone tweón mínes geþóhtes, Gr. D. 228, 2. II. add :-- Landes dæ-acute;l ðe fram cúðum mannum Hindehlép is geháten, C.D. iii. 5, 7. III. add :-- Hié næ-acute;nigne cúðne næfdon, mid hwám hié wunian meahton nullus erat notus, apud quem potuissent hospitari, Verc. Först. 83, 5. Manige his cúðra manna, ge æþelcunde ge óðre, þá þe hine swíðe árodon, Gr. D. 22, 14. v. full-, ge-, hám-, híred-, nam-c.

cúþian. v. ge-c.

cúþ-lic. Add :-- Hé cýð gecýðnysse swíþe cúðlice be mé, Nap. 77. (Cf. cúþ; II.) v. for-c.

cwacian. v. un-cwaciende.

cwalu. v. morþor-c.

-cwæ-acute;de. v. sóþ-c.

cwæld-bæ-acute;re. v. cwild-bære.

-cwæscedness. v. tó-c.

cwealm. Add: and, with mutation, cwelm, cwilm, cwylm (see, too, cpds. with cwealm-) :-- Se wræc biít miceles cwelmes æ-acute;lcum, Verc. Först. 106, 13. v. fæ-acute;r-, ofer-c.

cwealm-ness. v. cwilmness.

cweccan. Add :-- Hé cwehte út his sáwle eius animam excussit, Chrd. 99, 34.

-cwed. v. ge-c.

cwedolian. v. hearm-, yfel-c.

cwedung. v. wiþer-c.

cwellere. v. flæ-acute;sc-c.

cwéman. v. mis-c.

cwéme. v. un-c.

cwémedlic. v. ge-c.

cwémedness. v. ge-c.

cwéming, -lic, -líce, -ness, -sum. v. ge-c.

cweþan. I. add: (1 a) where the words or sounds to be spoken are given :-- Se biscop hine hét stafa naman cweðan: 'Cweð nú á'; ðá cwæð hé á, Bd. 5, 2; Sch. 558, 22. 'Hwí ðú úre goda biggencgas forseó' ... 'Ne cwæð ðú ná goda, ac gramlicra deofla' (say not gods' (worship), but cruel devils'), Hml. S. 8, 59. (2 a) to use a particular phrase :-- Wé cweðað níwne mónan, ac hé is æ-acute;fre se ylca, Lch. iii. 242, 15. (3) where the subject of discourse is object of the verb, to tell, speak of. Cf. secgan; II 2.: sprecan; III c. :-- Swá cwæð eardstapa ... winemæ-acute;ga hryre, Wand. 6. v. mis-c.

cweþend. v. hearm-c.

cwic. Add :-- On þám tíman ðe Eádwerd cing wes cucu and deád after King Edward's lifetime, C.D. iv. 233, 5: 13.

cwic-hege a hedge composed of living plants :-- Oð ðone cwichege, C.D. iii. 380, 12. [v. N.E.D. quick hedge: D.D. quick a young thorn for making hedges.]

cwic-seolfor. Add :-- Gyf þý .viii. dæge sunne scýneð, ðonne byð cwicseolfor eáðbegeáte, Lch. iii. 166, 10.

cwid-bóc. Add :-- A book of homilies, v. cwide; VI. :-- Augustinus sæ-acute;de on his cwidbócan, Verc. Först. 136.

cwíd[d]. v. un-c.

cwide; IV. add :-- Þá geceás hé Laurentium ... and hé þurhwunode in his cwide (sententia), Gr. D. 329, 18. VIII. an agreement :-- Hé ná tó him hwearf æfter heora cwyde (gecwide, v.l. condictum) ... wæs hé gemyndig heora cwydes, Bd. 4, 25; Sch. 329, 18. v. folc-, heáfod-c.

-cwide-ness. v. wiþer-c.

-cwidræ-acute;dness. v. ge-c.

cwild-bæ-acute;re. Add :-- Sumor cwældbæ-acute;re estas tempestuosa, Archiv cxx. 2971 11.

cwild-flód a deluge :-- On cwildflóde wætra in diluuio aquarum (cf. cwilde flód, 28, 10), Ps. Vos. 31, 6.

cwilman. v. tó-c.

-cwilmfull. v. ge-c.

cwilm-ness torment :-- In ðá écan cwylmnesse, Verc. Först. 112, 13. v. cwealm-ness in Dict.

cwísed-ness. v. tó-c.

-cwisse. v. un-c.

cycgel. Add :-- Ná mid cygclum ne mid criccum ne mid stafum (nec cum baculis aut cambuttis aut fustibus) ne cumon preóstas binnan chore, Chrd. 34, 6.

cyll. v. hwite-cylle.

cyme. Add: event, issue :-- Þæs wítedómes sóð se æfterfylgenda cyme þára wísena (sequens rerum euentus) geséðde, Bd. 4, 29; Sch. 530, 12. v. in-c.

cyn. v. fýr-, glíw-, godweb-, hafoc-, hise-, hræfn-, martyr-, næ-acute;der-, níten-, Norþ- Wealh-, riht-, un-, Wealh-c.

cyne-helm. Add :-- Án leás feówertig cynehelma, Hml. S. 11. 205.

cyne-helmian. v. ge-c.

cyne-wæ-acute;den. v. wæ-acute;den.

cyne-wirþe. Add :-- Se king áwearp his cynewurðe reáf him of, Verc. Först. 141.

cyn-réd. v. fore-c.

-cyrge, -cyrging. v. wæl-c.

cyrf. v. fel-c.

cyrnel. v. hnut-c.

cyrtenlæ-acute;can. v. ge-c.

cyspan. v. ge-fótcypsed.

cyst. v. mann-c.

cýta. For buteo. l. butio, which is the form at Wrt. Voc. i. 29, 32.

cýþan. Add: III. to become known :-- Ðú cýþdest innotuisti, Ps. Rdr. 143, 3. v. ge-cýþan; VI.; cúþian.

-cyþedness. v. ge-c.

cýþig. v. on-c.

D

dæ-acute;d. v. hand-, mán-, morþ-d.

-dæ-acute;da. v. hand-, mán-d.

dæ-acute;d-bétere. After dæ-acute;dbéterum insert: (poenitentibus), and for Nap. 16 l. Chrd. 80, 24.

-dæ-acute;dla. v. for-d.

-dæfte, -dæft(u), -dæftness. v. ge-d.

dæg. I a. add: ¶ in pl. days, denoting a period of undefined extent :-- On þám dagum cóm Ióhannes, Mt. 3, 1: Lk. 1, 39. II. add :-- Geloten dæg suprema (dies), Wrt. Voc. i. 53, 14. III.add :-- Þú sealdest him langsumnyssa dagena, Ps. L. 20, 5. (2) ¶ Árísed óðer cynning ... feá tíde hé bið on his dagum exsurget alius rex ... paucum tempus sub cuius diebus, Verc. Först. 104, 4. v. Candelmæsse-. fæsten-, foran-, gearcung-, gegearcung-, geohhol-, hálig-, heáhmæsse-, heófung-, hláfmæsse-, lencten-, mæsse-, mál-, merigen-, middel-, midne-, morgen-, Sunnan-, Wódnes-d.; d&oelig-acute;g.

dæg-hwám. Add :-- Dæghwæ-acute;m. Ps. Vos. 41, 4.

dæg-hwámlíce. Cf. geár-hwámlíce; d&oelig-acute;ghwæ-acute;mlic.

dæg-langes. Cf. geár-langes.

dæg-red. Add :-- On dægredum in matutinis, Ps. Rdr. 62, 7. On dægeredum, 100, 8.

dæl. Add :-- Óþer dæl (dell, den, v.ll. latus (vallis) ) wæs lígum ful, Bd. 5, 12; Sch. 616, 4.

dæl, Chrd. 64, 34. v. tyrning.

dæ-acute;l. v. feórþan-, næ-acute;nig-, sum-d.

dæ-acute;lan; III 2. In the passage from Exod. 538 insert ríce before dæ-acute;lað, and transfer to IV 3. See eftwyrd. v. on-d.; fiþer-, un-dæ-acute;led.

-dæ-acute;le. v. ge-d.

-dæ-acute;ledlic. v. tó-d.

dæ-acute;lend. v. tó-d.

-dæ-acute;lendlic. v. tó-d.

dæ-acute;l-niman. Add: ptcpl. used substantively :-- Twégen dæ-acute;lnimende duo pdrticipia, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 144, 7.

dærst. I. add :-- Dræst fex, Ps. Rdr. 74, 9.

-dærsted. v. ge-d.

-dállic. v. tó-d.

David-lic; adj. Of David :-- Cynrenes Dauidlices stirpis Davitice, Hy. S. 104, 5.

deád. v. ge-, healf-d.

-deáded. v. un-d.

deágian. v. twi-deágod.

deáþ. I 3 :-- Deáð, wiga wælgífre, Ph. 485.

deáþ-firen mortal sin :-- Deáðfirenum fordén, Cri. 1207. Cf. deáþ-scyld.

deáþlicness. v. un-d.

declínian. Add :-- Swá swá wé æ-acute;r declínodon mea ancilla, Ælf. Gr. Z. 102. 18.

-défedlic, -défness. v. ge-d.

déman; I 6. add :-- Hé nánum men ne déme þ-bar; hé nolde þ-bar; hé him démde, gif hé þone dóm ofer hine sóhte, Ll. Th. i. 56, 31. v. fore-d.

démere. v. self-d.

déming, v. for-d.

den = denu, dene, Bd. Sch. 5, 12; Sch. 616, 5.

den-bæ-acute;re, es; n. l. den-bæ-acute;r, e; f. v. bæ-acute;r.

Dene-mearce. Perhaps -mearca might be read. v. land-mearca.

dengan. For Nap. 17 l. Chrd. 60, 30.

denu. Add :-- Ealle men fleód tó muntum and tó denum (in speluncas montium) hié tó behýdanne, and hié cweðað: 'Wé hálsiað eów, muntas and dena, þ-bar; gé ús oferfeallen,' Verc. Först. 108, 11. v. feld-, fild-, mearc-, stán-d.

deófol; III 1. add :-- Hé sende sumne heáhgeréfan ... swíðe hetel deófol, Hml. S. 29, 204.

deópian. v. ge-d.

deór-friþ. Cf. ge-friþian; I 2.

díc. Add: a wk. gen. dícan occurs :-- Tó ðæ-acute;re dícan hyrnan; ðonan andlang díc, C.D. v. 78, 30. On þá þreó dícas; of ðám dícan; in ðæs díces geat, vi. 60, 14. v. fæsten-, gærstún-, mæ-acute;d-, mylen-d.

dícan. v. ge-d.

dícian. v. for-d.

díglian.