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762 DÍGOLNES -- EDER-GONG

I. add :-- In þissum þe hý dígledon in isio quem occultauerunt, Ps. Rdr. 9, 16. I a. to hide something from a person :-- Of þysum þe hý dýgledon mé, 30, 5.

dígolnes. v. in-d.

díl(e)gian. Add :-- Dílga dele, Ps. Rdr. 50, 11.

dil(e)meng(?) dissimulation :-- Ne for dylmengon ne ne for uncyston ne qualibet dissimulatione aut tenacitate, Chrd. 45, 10. See next word.

dil(e)mengan. v. for-d.

dimmian. v. á-, for-d.

dingan. v. ge-d.

dípan. v. ge-d.

dirne; adv. v. un-d.

dirneforlegenness fornication :-- For intingan dyrneforlegenesse fornicationis causa, Bd. 4, 5; Sch. 379, 8.

disme. In the passage at An. Ox. 46, 4 musk is spoken of; cf. M.H. Ger. tiseme, tesim: M.L. Ger. desem, dessem musk. v. Angl. 30, 123: 32, 515.

diþan. v. ge-d.

-docce. Add: [Cf.(?) O.H. Ger. toccha: Ger. docke.]

d&oelig-acute;g day :-- Ðe doeg, Jn. p. 1, 14. Doeg hálig dies festus, Jn. L. 5, 1. Is ðirddan doege tertia dies. Lk. L. 24, 21. On ðæ-acute;m æfterra doege, 9, 37: Mt. L. 27, 62. Of doeg ðæ-acute;m die illo, Jn. I. 1, 39. Oð ðone doege usque in diem illum, Mt. L. 26, 29: 27, 64: Mk. p. 5, 8. Énne doeg unum diem, Lk. L. 17, 22. v. gister-, sunne-, symbel-, wódnes-d.; dógor, dæg.

d&oelig-acute;g-hwæ-acute;mlic daily :-- Doeghwæ-acute;mlice cottidiana, Mk. p. 5, 14.

dóend. v. micel-d.

dohtor. v. god-d.; ge-dohtra.

dolg. v. sin-d.

dóm. v. páp-, riht-d.

dóm-dæg. Add :-- On dómdæge, Angl. xi. 100, 93.

domne used of women, Nap. 91.

dón. Add: III 2 b α. with acc. and clause :-- Hió ðá hind swá dyde þ-bar; hió him beforan hleápende wæs she caused the hind to keep running before them, Lch. iii. 426, 32. v. full-, mis-, ymb-d.

dónd. v. gód-d.

doppe. v. fugel-d.

dóung. v. on-d.

dræ-acute;fan v. for-d.

dræ-acute;fness. v. tó-d.

-dræg, v. ge-d.

dráf. I. driving. Take here Hml. Th. i. 502, 10 in Dict., and Bl. H. 199, 7. ¶ the phrase dráfe drífan, C.D. iii. 450, 33, seems to refer to the transport of the lord's goods by vehicle which the geneát had to 'drive'. Cf. drífan; III. and see lád. II. a drove [v. N.E.D. drove; I 3.], a road :-- Of ðám hlince andlang dráfæ, C.D. v. 217, 6.

dragan. Add: III. to extend, protract. [Cf. N.E.D. draw, 55] :-- þ-bar; hig be þæs tíman lenge heora sang dragon ut secundum temporis prolixitatem cantum protendant, Chrd. 57, 7. v. ge-d.; hwem-dragen.

dreám; II a. add :-- þ-bar; þæ-acute;ra hlystendra eáran of þám dreáme (psalmorum pronuntiationi) beón ábryrde. Chrd. 57, 16. v. hæ-acute;med(?), orgel-, wód-d.

dreceness. v. ge-d.

dréfend. v. ge-d.

-dréfness. v. ge-d.

-drehtlíce. v. unge-d.

-drehtness. v. ge-d.

drenc. v. gebrec-, slæ-acute;p-d.

drencan. Add: I a. to intoxicate :-- Swá hwæt swá drence quicquid inebriat, Chrd. 74, 7.

dreógan; I. add :-- Wiht ... fére fóddurwelan dreógeð the ship performs the office of providing a bountiful supply of food, Rá. 33, 10. Merrigenlice lofsangas sint tó dreógenne (agendi sunt), R. Ben. l. 37, 15.

dreópan. Add :-- Heofonas drupon caeli distillauerunt, Ps. Rdr. 67, 9. Dropunga dreópenda stillicidia stillantia, 71, 6.

-drep. v. ge-d.

drepan. v. ge-d.

drepen. Dele.

drettan. v. ofer-d.

drífan, driéfan (v. á-d.); III. add :-- Ranulf ealle his gemót dráf and bewiste, Chr. 1099; P. 235, 1.

drifenness. v. under-d.

dríhþ. v. ge-d.

drím. v. dreám.

dríman; II. add :-- Ús gedafenað þ-bar; wé drýmon Godes lof nos decet personare in Dei laudibns, Chrd. 30, 26.

drincan; II. add: (1 a) with gen. :-- þ-bar; æ-acute;lc mann drunce þæs deórwurðan wínes be þám þe hé sylf wolde, Hml, A. 92, 22.

drincere. v. ofer-d.

drípan. Take here drýpan in Dict.

drohtnung. v. ge-d.

drorenlic. v. ge-d.

druncen having feasted, v. drincan; I 3 :-- Druncne dryhtguman, B. 1231: 2175.

druncen; n. (not f.) :-- Ne genihtsumað þé þ-bar; þú sylf an þ-bar; druncen beyrnst, Chrd. 74, 30.

druncen-georn. Add :-- Þá druncengeornan ebriosi, Chrd. 15, 34.

druncnian. I. add :-- Drinc þe man of druncnian mæg, Chrd. 74, 7. II. add :-- Druncengende inebrians, Ps. Rdr. 22, 5. Beóð druncnude inebriabuntur, 35, 9. v. for- (fore-), ge-d.

dryht-ealdorman. Add: paranimphus, Chrd. 81, 10 (=Nap. 17).

dryhten; II. :-- Drihtnes domini, Ps. Rdr. p. 298, 18: 299, 20.

dryht-gesíp. Cf. dryht-mann ; II.

-dryhto. v. in-d.

drync; I. add :-- Sý hé áscyred fram ðæs dæges drince (cf. 15, 14-) excommunicetur, Chrd. 24, 14.

dryncan. v. drencan.

drync-gemet. For Nap. 17 substitute Chrd. 15, 24. The Latin is: Prelati quantum debent dare ... nequiuerint.

drype. v. yfes-d.

-drysne, -drysness, -drysnlic. v. on-d.

duguþ; III 2. add :-- Seó duguð folces on Westan-Cænt, C.D. vi. 81, 18.

dúne. v. wiþer-d.

dún-land. Add :-- þ-bar; gemæ-acute;re þæs dúnlandes, C.D. iii. 413, 31.

duru. Add: gen. dures. v. helle-duru.

dwæ-acute;scan. v. ge-d.

-dwildlic. v. ge-d.

-dwimorlíce. v. ge-d.

dwínan. [v. N.E.D. dwine.]

dwolenlic. v. ge-d.

dwol-líce. v. ge-d.

-dwolsum. v. ge-d.

dyne. v. ge-d.

-dýne. v. geán-d.

dynt. II. v. heáh; A. I 3.

dyppan. Add :-- Genim þysse ylcan wyrte wós and dype ánne línenne cláð, Lch. i. 180, 2.

-dyrstlæ-acute;cung. v. ge-d.

dyrst-lic. v. ge-d.

-dyrstness. v. ge-d.

dysegian. v. ge-d.

dysig-cræftig(?); adj. Skilled in foolish arts [:-- Hé bið disicreafti (yfele cræftas leornað, v.l., erit sortilegus), Archiv cxxviii. 300, 2.]

-dysig-ness. Add: a foolish, irrational, erroneous practice :-- Forlæ-acute;tan wé ... dysinessa and gedwolcræftas, Nap. 36, 25.

dys-lic. v. for-d.

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eácan. v. un-eácen.

eácni(g)endlic. v. un-e.

eádig. v. un-hlís-e.

Eád-wacer. Add :-- On Édwaceres gewitnisse, Cht. Th. 632, 18.

-eáge (-íge). v. or-, walen-e.

eág-gebyrd. Substitute: The nature of the eye :-- Is seó eággebyrd stearc the eye is by nature strong; ingentes oculi, Ph. 301.

eaht; II. add: [Scot. aught, in my aught, of aught.]

eahta; I. add: I a. with ordinals :-- Þysne eahta-and-þrittigoþan sealm, Ps. Th. 38, arg. III. the abstract number eight :-- Nim viii and sete hine on þám forman lyðe þæs þúman, Angl. viii. 326, 32.

eahtatíne-wintre; adj. Eighteen years old :-- Þá heó eahtatýnewintre wæs, Hml. S. 33, 36.

eald. v. fram-, healf-e.

eald-dagas. Add :-- Swá hit on æalddagum gestód, C.D. iii. 272, 33.

eald-gemæ-acute;re an ancient boundary :-- On þ-bar; ealdgemæ-acute;re, C.D.B. iii. 546, 28.

ealdian. v. á-e.

ealdor; I 1 a α add :-- Eálderas principes, Ps. L. 118, 23. I 1 b. add: Lch. i. 176, 9. v. þúsend-e.

ealdor-apostol. Add :-- Se ealdorapostol ús gesette tó healdanne ðás dagas, Nap. 69, 3.

ealdor-mann. v. heáh-, ofer-e.

ealdor-þegn. Add :-- Sanctus Petrus, his ealdorþegn ... cweð: 'Mín Dryhten,' Verc. Först. 111, 7.

eald-wérig. l. eald-wearg.

ealfara, an; m. A pack-horse :-- Þonne wæs þridde healf þúsend múla þe þá seámas wæ-acute;gon, and xxx. þúsenda ealfarena and oxna þá ðe hwæ-acute;te bæ-acute;ron, Nar. 9, 10. See Nap. 78; Jord. 126. (where the word is connected with Spanish (from Arabic) al-faras).

eá-lifer. Cf. læfer.

eall. I 1 a. add :-- Fram eallum costnungum tó ealre glædnysse, Hml. A. 26, 42. Farað intó ealne middaneard (mundum uniuersum), Mk. 16, 15. þ-bar; tácnað ealne gefeán, Lch, iii. 156, 13. Ealle þá .vii. dagas, Ll. Th. ii. 392, 13. I 1 b. add :-- Man déle æal healf þ-bar; yrue, C.D. iii. 273, 5. I 2. add :-- He hine ealne gewæ-acute;pnode, Hml. S. 25, 280. II 3 a. dele Nar. 9, 10, and add :-- Him eall þá eágan floterodon, Hml. S. 23, 655.

eall-wihta. Add :-- Eallwihtna (helwihta, ealwihtna, Wlfst. 186, 2) hryre, Verc. Först. 74, 4.

ealu-gálness. For Nap. 5 substitute Verc. Först. 94, 1.

eár wave. Add :-- Ofer æ-acute;ra gebland. Chr. 937; P. 108, 7.

eard. v. mid-e.

eardiend. v. ymb-e.

earfoþ-hilde. Substitute: Discontented. Cf. íþ-hilde.

earfoþ-læ-acute;re. Add :-- Þá earfoðlæ-acute;ran indisciplinatos, Chrd. 18, 6.

earfoþ-líce. v. un-e.

earfoþ-rihte. For Nap. 19 substitute: (incorrigibilis), Chrd. 42, 1.

eár-gebland. Take here passage given under ár-gebland.

earh-faru. Add :-- Aerigfaerae, Txts. 151, 10.

earm. Add: III. the arm of a cross :-- Under þæ-acute;re róde swýðran earme, Vis. Lfc. 53. v. innan-e.

earm-stoc. For 'm.(?)' l. n.

earn. v. ís-e.

ears-gang; II. add :-- þ-bar; meox his argancges and his micgan stercus et urinam, Chrd. 69, 29.

eár-wela, -ýþ. Take here passage given under ár-wela, -ýþ.

eást; I 3. add :-- Gebide þé þriwa eást, Lch. iii. 60, 16. II. add :-- Gif þunor bið mycel eást oððe norðeást, Archiv cxx. 48, 4.

eást; adj. Add :-- On ðæt eástre síc, C.D. iii. 438, 28.

eást-ende. Add :-- Innan þæ-acute;re cyricean ... inn æt þám eástende, Vis. Lfc. 52,

Eástre. Add: Eástru(o); pl. n. II. :-- On þára Eástrana mæ-acute;rsunge, Bd. 3, 17; Sch. 272, 5. Oð Eástru usque in Pascha, Chrd, 23, 36. Æ-acute;r Eástrun, 115, 18.

eáþe. (2) add: (2 a) that may be easily moved to do something :-- Munuc eáþe and hræd on hlehtre (facilis ac promptus in risu), R. Ben. 30, 9.

eáþe, adv. v. for-e.

eáþe-líce. v. for-e.

eáþelicness. v. for-e.

eáþ-læ-acute;re easily taught :-- Æ-acute;rest ma[n] sceal þá yldestan læ-acute;ran, þ-bar; þurh hig þá gingran siððan beón þe eáðlæ-acute;ran (facilius doceantur), Chrd. 96, 13.

eáþ-médan. v. ge-e.

eáþ-méttan. v. ge-e.

eáþmód-heort; adj. Humble of heart, humble-minded :-- Eáðmódheorte, Az. 152.

eáþ-ness. Add :-- Ealle þá gódan God geseóð, heom tó áre and eáðnesse, Solil. H. 67, 15.

eáwisc-nesse (æ-acute;wisc-) openness, manifestness :-- On æ-acute;wiscnesse in propatulo (Ald. 3, 12), Wrt. Voc. ii. 75, 16. (cf. in propatulo, in manifesto (Ald. 21, 7), 77, 62): 46, 57. Cf. eáwisc-lic, -líce, eáwunga.

ece. Add :-- Ic þrowode mycelne ece mínre heortan and líflicra leoma, Gr. D. 243, 18. v. heáfod-, heort-, hypebán-, lenden-e.

éce; adv. Add :-- Ic éce gewéne on milde mód mínes Drihtnes speravi in misericordia Dei in aeternum, Ps. Th. 51, 7.

ecg. v. súþ-e.

ecgan. v. ge-e.

-ecge. v. fiþer-e.

ecg-hwæs sharp of edge :-- Hrunting ... ecg was (Trautmann suggests ecghwæs) íren, B. 1459: 2778. Cf. ecg-heard.

ed-c&oelig-acute;lness. Substitute: ed-célness refreshment :-- On edcoelnesse in refrigerium, Ps. Vos. 65, 12.

eder-gong. Perhaps ed-ergong