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ED-HIRTAN -- FIRST-MEARC 763

= ed-eargung may be read =(?) renewed discouragement; or eargung.

ed-hirtan. v. ge-e.

ed-hwirfan to return :-- On gemynd ædhwyrfe (redeat) unrihtwísnes fædera his, Ps. Rdr. 108, 15. Hé edhwyrfte recalcitravit, p. 288, 15.

ed-hwyrft. III. Add :-- Hé ús edhwyrft forgeaf tó þám écean lífe þe wé æ-acute;r forworhton, Verc. Först. 78, 18.

ed-rine. l. -ryne, Ps. Rdr. 18, 7.

ed-wendan. Add: to return, come back :-- Gást gewítende and ná edwendende (rediens), Ps. Rdr. 77, 39.

ed-wist. Add :-- Críst is on twám edwistum, on Godcundnysse and on menniscnyise, Hml. Th. ii. 292, 15.

ed-wítan. Add :-- From stefne edwítendes (exprobrantis), Ps. Vos. 43, 17.

efen. v. tó-efnes.

efes. v. norþ-e.

efestan. v. ofestan.

efne. I 3. add :-- Ðá land dæ-acute;lan him betweónan swá hig efnost magon, C.D. vi. 147, 19. II 2. add :-- For hwon ... búton efne for þon ..., Shrn. 133, 9.

efne material, v. land-e.

efnettan; I. add :-- Se cræftga ... ne blinneþ þ-bar; hé betriende béte þá onlícnessa and efnette artifex ... ea tundere meliorando non desinet, Gr. D. 283, 27.

éfod. v. eówd.

eft-hweorfan. l. -hwirfan.

egesung. Add :-- Wrixla fréfra onmang egesungum miscens terroribus blandimenta, Chrd. 18, 5.

egeþ-getígu. l. getigu (-teogu).

egþ-wirf. Add: ,-weorf (?) A young ass (weorf, q,v.) used for harrowing(?). [Cf. O.H. Ger. egidári erpicarius equus.]

elcian, v. for-e.

elcor; IV, add :-- Ellicor ceterum, Chrd. 80, 22.

elcora. Add :-- Dó tó drence næ-acute;dran ..., and þonne hié ælcra drincan willen ..., Lch. ii. 202, 17.

ele. v. liþule.

ellen. Add: conflict, contest :-- In elne in agonia (Lk. 22, 44, in gewinne, W.S. in gecomp, L.R.), Wrt. Voc. ii. 74, 5.

elm. Add :-- Helm ulmus, Wrt. Voc. i. 289, 64.

-en. v. scerwen, scilcen, scilden.

end and :-- End (aend) swelce atqueve, Txts. 37, 75. End, 430, 15: 453, 29: 446, 29: Mk. p. 1, 13. Þín bén is gehýred, end þín wíf gebereð sunu, Archiv cxxii. 253, 91. [O. Frs., O. Sax. endi.] v. and.

ende-byrdan. v. mis-e.

endebyrdlíce; I. add :-- Endebyrdlíce secundum ordinem, Chrd. 45, 33: disposite, 47, 32. Wel and endebyrdlíce bene atque ornate, 57, 9. v. un-e.

ende-byrdnes; V 2. add :-- Preóstas hyra endebyrdnessa (ordines suos) sceolon healdan eal swá hig geendebyrde synt, Chrd. 9, 16.

endemestneas. Add: [Cf. se æftemysta (ændemeste, MS. of 12th cent., Verc. Först. 141) cwide, Hml. Th. i. 554, 14.]

endian. v. full-e.

Engle. v. Middel-E.

Englisc; II 2. add: (2 b) a passage written in English :-- Ðis Englisc ætýwð hwæt seó forsette ræ-acute;ding mæ-acute;nð, Angl. viii. 298, 9. Mé ys neód þ-bar; ic menge þ-bar; Lýden ámang þyssum Englisce, 317, 17.

Eoforwíc-ceaster. Add :-- Eoforwiicceastre, Bd. 2, 20: Sch. 186, 9.

eolone. v. hors-e.

eornoste. v. geornoste.

eornostlíce. Add :-- Geornust[líce?] ergo, Angl. xiii. 439, 1052 (cf. 1062).

eorþe; I 2 a. add :-- Ofseah hé feorran ðá hæ-acute;ðenan ferian án líc tó eorðan, Hml. Th. ii. 508, 16. v. lencten-e.

eorþ-tilia. v. irþ-tilia.

eow yew. l. eów.

eówan(-ian). Add :-- Geówige ostendat, Angl. xiii. 427, 894.

eówd. (1) add :-- Éwod gregem, Ps. Rdr. 77, 52. Éfodum gregibus, 49, 9. Eówodum, 77, 70.

eówer. Cf. incer.

eówocig. Substitute for meaning: Yolky, full of natural grease, (v. D.D. yolky; yolk the grease or oiliness of a sheep's fleece.)

erian. v. un-ered.

esne. I. add :-- Gif mannes esne frigne manna ofslæhð, Ll. Th. i. 28, 4. Gif cirican-mannes esne tihte folces-mannes esne, his dryhten hine geclénsige, 42, 11. Gif mon sweordes onlæ-acute;ne óðres esne (þeówe, 11), 120, 12. His ágenne þeówne esne servum suum, 48, 12: 42, 6. II. add :-- Mon on ealdum bigspellum cwyð, ðæt hwílum beó esnes tíd, hwílum óðres, Prov. K. 31. IV a. add: The word occurs as a proper name, as well as the patronymic Esning. v. Txts. 543.

ést; II. add :-- Tóeácan óðrum þingum sumne smeálicne ést cum ceteris additamentis aliquod pulmentum, Chrd. 15, 37.

-estre. Add: v. baec-, bepæ-acute;c-, bígeng-, byrd-, cenn-(cynn-), crenc-, forsæ-acute;w-, fylg-, glíwbyden-, hearp-, hopp-, hulf-, ic-, læ-acute;ttéw-, lopp-, luf-, lybb-, nídhæ-acute;m-, tæpp-, telg-, þegn-, wæsc-, webb-, wíteg-, wrég-estre.

éþian. v. tó-e.

etol. v. ofer-e.

etol-ness. v. ofer-e.

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fadung, v. líf-f.

fæ-acute;c. v. hwíl-, sib-f.

fæ-acute;cnig. For Nap. 78 substitute :-- Fore fæ-acute;cnigum propter dolos, Ps. Rdr. 72, 18.

fæderen. v. forþ-f.

fæger. v. híw-f.

fæ-acute;hþ. v. mán-f.

fær. v. geán-, gedwol-f.

fæ-acute;r-deáþ. Add :-- For hwon ne ondræ-acute;dest þú þé þ-bar; þé férdeáð bereáfe þæs dæges þínre gehwyrfednesse?, Archiv cxxii. 257, 10.

færeld. I. add :-- Ne mæg hé begýman his lyma færeldes membra deliberare non potest, Chrd. 75, 4. Mid heora bilwitton gyrlan and færelde simplici habitu incessuque, 77, 3.

fæ-acute;r-lic. II. add: II a. of movement, quick, rapid :-- Hé mid fæ-acute;rlicum (swiftum, v.l.) ryne (rapido cursu) gecyrde, Gr. D. 115, 22. Cf. fæ-acute;rlíce; IV.

fæ-acute;rlíce. Add: IV. quickly, rapidly :-- Se maessepreóst þe hé tó fundode swá fæ-acute;rlíce (cf. ardlíce, 4, 64) mid gange, Hml. S. 3, 467. Cf. fæ-acute;r-lic; II a.

fæst. III 2. add :-- Swilce hé on fæstre eorðan urne, Hml. Th. ii. 160, 10. IV. add :-- Hé cwæð þ-bar; sió burg wæ-acute;re genóh fæst on his hæ-acute;lo civitas ad salutem tuta, Past. 399, 25. IV a. of a place that can be shut up :-- Wunion ealle an ánre fæstre wununge omnes in uno conclaui (cf. conclaus, locus conclusus, Corp. Gl. H. 35, 683) atrii, Chrd. 54, 33. v. heorþ-, -híw-, hlid-, hoga-, hoh-, ofer-, un-f.

fæsten a fast. v. lác-, mid-f.

fæsten a place, v. gin-f.

fæstlíce. (3) add :-- Þá cild ... beón fæstlíce behealdene mid steórum pueri iugibus disciplinis constringantur, Chrd. 54, 21. Þreáge hine man fæstlíce seuerissime correptus, 55, 4.

fæstnian. v. un-f.

fæt. v. glæs-, mete-, ól-, récels-, stenc-, wæter-, wundor-f.

fæ-acute;tan. v. gold-fæ-acute;ted.

fæ-acute;tt; adj. v. fræ-acute;-f.

fætt; m. Dele: the MS. has sefa ? UNCERTAIN geðang. v. Mod. Lang. Rev. xi. 215.

fág. v. hweól-, syn-f.

fáh. v. scúr-f.

fang (fong). v. heals-, here-f.

fantbletsung consecration of a font :-- On þæ-acute;re fantbletsunge, E.S. 49, 342. v. fánt-hálgung.

faran; II 1. add :-- Æ-acute;lc mann þe on módignysse færd, Hml. S. 34, 315. v. full-, in-, mis-, weg-f.

-farenness. v. þurh-f.

faru; IV. dele, and see ealfara. v. fram-, gedwol-(?), hám-, in-, ymb-f.

feald. v. neáh-f.

fealdan. v. full-f.

-fealdian. v. be-, twi-f.

-fealdlic. v. neáh-f.

feall. Add :-- Hnescum fealle guttatim, Hpt. Gl. 408, 33. v. on-, i wæl-f.

feallan. v. on-fealdende.

fearn-hege. v. hege.

feáwa; I 1. add :-- Ofer fæáwum (feáwum, 23) super pauca, Mt. R. 25, 21. I 2. add :-- Hí næfdon búton feáwa fixa, Mk. 8, 7.

feax. Add :-- Fore missenlicre heora feaxes híwe pro diuersa capillorum specie, Bd. 5, 10; Sch. 599, 20.

feax-fang; m. l. n. Add: [O. Frs. fax-fang.]

feccan. v. in-f.

fédan. v. mis-f.

fel: (3) add: a garment made of skin :-- Sume preóstas gýmað ... þ-bar; heora fell swá wíde hangion þ-bar; se fót ne ætýwe omnis cura est ... si pes laxa pelle non fulgeat, Chrd. 64, 31. v. gold-f.

fela; III 6. add :-- Ic ne dorste geðrístlæ-acute;can þára mínra áwuht feala on gewrit settan, Ll. Th. i. 58, 21.

feld. v. hæ-acute;þ-, mán-, mylen-, óret-f.

felde-fare. Wülck. Gl. 287, 17 reads -ware.

feld-læ-acute;s field-pasture, pasture in open country :-- Feldlæ-acute;s and mæ-acute;da and yrðland, C.D. vi. 39, 9. Seó feldlés, iv. 96, 2. Cf. feld-land.

fellen. v. gold-f.

fen; (2) add :-- Gyrwe fen palus, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 60, 10. Ic gean þ-bar; fen þe þurlác mé sealde ... ic gean ... án þúsend werð fen ... þ-bar; healfe þúsend fen, C.D. iv. 59, 16-23.

fenge. v. un-f.

fengness. v. on-f.

feoh. v. here-, sundor-f.

feoh-fang. n. (not m.).

feoh-gafol. For Nap. 21 l. Chrd. 76, 32.

feoh-gescot a money-contribution :-- Nelle wé tó him gyrnan feohgesceotes, E.S. 49, 341.

feoh-gestreón. Add :-- Þá lufe feohgestreóna amorem pecuniae, Chrd. 76, 34.

feoh-leás. The word in B. 2441 means without wergild, where the slayer did not pay for the slain. Cf. 8. 2465.

feoht. v. in-f.

feohtere. Add :-- Feohtere hé bið bellator erit, Archiv cxxix. 20, 3.

feoh-wíce(?) :-- Is ðis ðára feohwícuna gemæ-acute;re and ðæs dúnlandes, C.D. v. 238, 35.

feólan. Add :-- Þæ-acute;r ic wiste hú ic út fulge, Verc. Först. 162, 4.

feónd. Add: ,fýnd :-- Ne blissaþ fýnd (inimicus) mín ofor mé, Ps. L. 40, 12. On handum fýndes, 77, 61.

-feorhlic. v. wíde-f.

feorm; II. of an arval feast :-- Se gyldscipe hyrfe be healfre feorme þone forþféredan, Cht. Th. 611, 5.

feorrian. v. oþ-f.

feórþan-dæ-acute;l. Add :-- On feówer feórþandæ-acute;las tódæ-acute;lde per quadra quatuor partiti, Gr. D. 87, 4. In l. 5 after 30 add: cf. Se feórða dæ-acute;l byð quadrans gecíged, 335, 24.

feówertig; I 1 a. add: Lch. ii. 284, 21: Gr. D. 98, 14.

feówertiggeáre; adj. Of forty years :-- Geond feówertiggeáre fec, Hml. S. 3, 469.

féran; I 1. add :-- On weg féran to travel, Lch. ii. 330, 9. II. add : Ælfc. T. Grn. 17, 23. v. in-, mis-f. ; weg-férende.

fercian. v. á-f.

fercung. Add: support :-- Neód heora lífes fercunge necessitas vivendi, Chrd. 12, 22. þ-bar; hí habban þ-bar; him neód sý tó heora lífes fercunge, 26.

férend. v. weg-f.

ferhþ. v. forht-f.

ferhp-gedál. v. friþ-gedál.

-ferhtness. v. mid-f.

ferian. v. ofer-f.

-férness. v. hræd-f.

fér-ræ-acute;den[n]. Add :-- On úre fæ-acute;rræ-acute;denne, Vis. Lfc. 20.

fers. v. healf-f.

festermann. Add :-- Þis synd þá festermenn þe Ósferð funde, C.D.B. iii. 369, 3, and often, v. Beiblatt 24, 281.

féstre. v. of-f.

-féþa. v. herig- (here-)f.

-féþe; adj. v. healf-f.

feþer. Add :-- Pyles tácen is þæt þú mid þínum scytefingre sume feþer tácnum gestríce on þýne wynstran hand innewearde and lecge tó þínum eáron, Tech. ii. 126, 6.

fíf; II 1. add :-- Dó tó þám fífum þe Octb UNCERTAIN hæfð, Angl. viii. 305, 17. (3) the abstract number :-- Gif þ-bar; gedæl byð tódæ-acute;led þurh seofon ... and þæ-acute;r byð án ofer þá seofon oððe twá ..., fífe oððe syxe, Angl. viii. 303, 46.

fíftig; II a. add :-- Æ-acute;r þám fíftigan sealme ante psalmum quinquagesimum, Chrd. 28, 1.

findan; II 7. add :-- Hí tó ræ-acute;de fundon, þ-bar; ... decretum est, quia, Bd. 2, 5; Sch. 135, 9. (7a) to fix upon a person for an office :-- Hí swá fúle men him fundon tó godum, Sal. K. 123, 108. v. in-f.

-firme, -firmþa, -firmu. v. or-f.

first, v. irfe-f.

first-mearc. Add: m. :-- Hé ús næ-acute;nigne (printed mænigne) fyrstmearc ne háteð