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FÝR-HÚS -- GE-GÁN 765

leás-f.

fýr-hús. Add :-- Siððan hí of beóderne gán drincan innan heora fýrhúse (in caminata), Chrd. 45, 6.

fyrþring. v. ge-f.

G

-gæ-acute;gend. v. for-g.

-gæ-acute;rede. v. þri-g.

gærs. v. bere-g.

gæ-acute;ste-dóm spirituality :-- Utan geearwian ús nú mid inneweardum gebedum and mid gæ-acute;stedóme, Verc. Först. 96, 8.

gaffetung. v. golfettung.

gafol; (7) add :-- Of gafelum ex usuris, Ps. L. 71, 14. v. mylen-g.

gagolisc. Add :-- For geglisces mægdenes (the daughter of Herodias) plegan, Mart. H. 156, 18.

-gal. v. sin-, wíd-g.

-gale (-a), v. nihte-g.

Gallias. Add :-- Gallige (Gallie, Ors. S. 104, 2) oferhergodan Rómána land, Mod. Lang. Rev. viii. 59, 10.

gállíce; adv. Wantonly, licentiously :-- Gif hé gállíce (luxuriose) his líf drohtnað, Chrd. 108, 18.

-galness. v. wíd-g.

gán; III 1 c α. add :-- Gif hwá gæ-acute;ð sittan æt wega gelæ-acute;tan si quis in biuiis residere temptauerit, Chrd. 61, 6. (2 a) add :-- Sleah þriwa on ... sió heáfodpanne gæ-acute;þ onriht sóua, Lch. ii. 342, 7. v. út-gánde.

gang; II. add :-- Hé betýneð ... þá fét fram gange, Verc. Först. 90, 7. v. heals-, here-, mynster-, sunn-g.

gangan. v. geond-g.; of-, út-gangende.

gang-dagas. Add :-- Se forma gangdæg, Angl. viii. 329, 24.

-gangendlic. v. of-g.

gar; I. add :-- Gyllende gáras sendan, Lch. iii. 52, 23. IV. add :-- Tó ðes gáres súðende (cf. on þone gáran ufwerdne, 356, 16), C.D. v. 86, 28.

gár-holt, v. holt; II.

gát. v. wæter-g.

ge-ælfremedan. Add :-- Hé byð geelfremed fram middangerde, Verc. Först. 146.

ge-æ-acute;sce. v. un-g.

ge-æ-acute;wirdlian to injure :-- Se líg and seó hæ-acute;te monine mann swíðe geæ-acute;werdledan, Bd. 3, 16; Sch. 266, 26.

ge-aflian (?) to get, obtain :-- Geauligende usurpans, An. Ox. 7, 118. [Napier would read geáhniende, but see N.E.D. afle, and Icel. afla.]

geagn, geagnes. v. tó-g.

-gealla. v. mear-g.

gealpettan. See Verc. Först. p. 144.

ge-anbidian. Add :-- Geambidedon, Ps. L. 118, 95.

ge-anbidung. Add :-- Geanbidung (expectatio) rihtwísra bliss, Scint. 130, 8.

geán-bóc. Add :-- Twégra hída geánbóc and ánre gerde þe Ealdred gebócade Baldwine, Swt. A.S. Rdr. II. 206, 8.

geán-cirr. v. geomær,

geán-cwide. v. gén-cwide,

geán-dele. v. gén-dele.

geán-gewrit. v. gén-gewrit.

geán-hwyrf. v. ongeán-hwyrf.

geán-ryne. Add :-- Geynryne, Ps. Vos. 58, 6.

ge-anwyrde; (2) add :-- Þá sé þæs (þær, K.) geanwyrde wæs þe him Lande sealde, C.D. iv. 235, 6.

geán-wyrht. v. egen-wirht.

geáplíce. v. un-g.

geár; II 1. add (1 a): a period of thirteen lunar months :-- Æfter þæ-acute;re sunnan ryne beóð þreó hund daga and fíf and syxtig daga, and æfter þæs mónan ryne beóð þreó hund daga and feówer and fíftig ... þæ-acute;re sunnan gér hæfd endlufon dagas má þonne þæs mónan gér, Angl. viii. 305, 24. v. hungor-geár.

gearo-wita. Add: (-wite?) :-- Orþanclic wíse and ná gearawite (gearewyta, v.l.) argumentum non apparentium, Gr. D. 269, 14.

geat. v. hæc-, hafe-, helle-, lud-g.

ge-bæ-acute;ru; III. add :-- Líchamana fracodlice gebæ-acute;ru mid saltingum and tumbincgum obsceni motus corporum choris et saltationibus, Chrd. 79, 1.

gebann-geár. Add :-- Ðý gére þe ágán wæs dcccc wintra and iiii winter, and ðý vii gebongére, Cht. E. 161, 24.

ge-bed; I. in l. 3 for 236 l. 23 b, and add :-- Ásende hé tó Basilie biddende þ-bar; hé þone geyrsodon cásere þurh his gebedu gelíðgode, Hml. S. 3, 194. v. hálsung-g.

ge-bedda; I. add: (1 a) of a husband :-- Æ-acute;lc wíf ðe cild gebæ-acute;re ... sceolde forhabban ... fram hire gebeddan, Hml. Th. i. 134, 20. (2) add :-- Hafað him þrý gebeddan, þ-bar; is greót and molde and wyrmas, Verc. Först. 92, 9. Cf. ge-resta.

ge-beódan; III. The second passage should be taken under I. the Latin is: Rex Persarum discedere ab armis et quiescere in pace universam Graeciam praecepit. v. un-geboden.

ge-beorgan; I 2. add :-- Swá swá hé wille beón wið Godd geborgen, Cht. Th. 391, 24.

ge-beran; II 2. add :-- Mín sunu, ic ðé tó men gebær, Hml. S. 25, 175.

ge-bétan; II. add: (5) to amend, reform one's self :-- Gif hwylc bróðor ... gebétan nelle, ne his þeáwas gerihtlæ-acute;can, R. Ben. 52, 5: 126. 3. v. un-gebéted.

ge-bídan; IX. add: to possess :-- Þá druncengeornan ne gebídað (possidebunt) hí heofona ríce, Chrd. 74, 35.

ge-biddan; II 4. add :-- Ic wæs gemedemod gebiddan þá gerýnu þæ-acute;re róde, Hml. S. 23 b, 466. v. un-gebeden (?).

ge-bildan; II. add: cf. Mec (a book) wráh hæleð hleóbordum, Rä. 27, 12.

ge-bindan. v. un-gebunden.

ge-bisgían. Add :-- Hé mid Godes herungum his múð gebysgað, Hml. Th. i. 494, 16.

ge-bisnian. Add: III. to give example of, exemplify :-- Munucregol ðe Benedictus ús gebysnode monastic rule as exemplified by Benedict's, Hml. S. 3, 148.

ge-bit. v. orf-g.

ge-boren. v. on-g.

ge-bræ-acute;dan; (1) add :-- Fugla gesodenra and gebræ-acute;dra, Lch. ii. 180, 14.

ge-brec. Dele: hláf-g.

ge-brecu. v. hláf-g.

ge-bregdan; V. add :-- Gebræ-acute;d hé hine sylfne swylce hé wæ-acute;re sum ælþeódig man peregrinum quempiam esse se simulans, Chrd. 99, 23.

ge-bregdness (-brégdness?), e; f. Suddenness of movement or action (or terror) :-- Þonne árísað ealle þá men, þá þe mid gebregdnessum on deáþe swulton (those who died with suddenness (with terrifying circumstances): the cases mentioned are deaths by burning, drowning, hanging, slaying, by wild beasts), Verc. Först. 117, 17.

ge-bréman. add :-- Æ-acute;r æ-acute;fenþénung sý gebrémed (celebretur), Chrd. 114, 17.

ge-brengan; II. add: (b) where the action is given by a clause :-- Sé wearð on gebróht þ-bar; hé ofsleán wolde þá Iúdéi, Hml. S. 25, 549. v. on-gebróht.

ge-bringan; II. add :-- Gebringe þe se Hæ-acute;lend tó hyre hafenleáste, Hml. S. 3, 187.

ge-broc; (1) add: a breach :-- On gebroce in confractione, Ps. Vos. 105, 23. Cf. ge-bryce.

ge-brosnian; (1) add :-- Se líchama gebrosnað. Wlfst. 187, 13.

ge-bryce. Take here ge-brice; m. (l. n.) in Dict.

ge-brytsen. Add :-- Wæ-acute;ron .xii. cýpan fulle on þám eebrytsnum, E.S. 49, 345, 17.

ge-búend. v. ge-búnes.

ge-búnes. Add (?) :-- Seó gifernes gebúend wæs (gisternes gebúennes) [Dr. Bradley's emendation] þæs engles angeli domicilium, Bl. H. 163, 12.

ge-bycgan. v. un-geboht.

ge-byrian; III. add: with mid :-- Hwæt gebyraðþe mid wífum? quid tibi cum feminis?, Chrd. 68, 1. IV. add :-- Ðá hammas ða ðér mid rihte tó gebyriað, C.D. v. 383, 18.

ge-bytlu. Add :-- Wyrcan þá healle æ-acute;rest and þá óþre gebytlu bæftan þæ-acute;re healle, bæðhús and kycenan ... twelf hús tógædere, Hml. S. 36, 96.

ge-cígan; III 1. add :-- Þú wítega bist gecégd, Ps. L. p. 250, 8.

ge-cirran. v. níw-, un-gecirred.

ge-cneordnes; (1) add :-- Ic hine þe befæste mid heálicre gecneordnisse on Crístes gewitnysse I most earnestly commend him to you calling Christ to witness, Ælfc. T. Grn. 16, 47. (2) add :-- Nánes fracodes gecneor(d)nysse ne gewilnion hí nequaquam fraudis cuiusque studium appetant, Chrd. 76, 33.

ge-coren. v. un-g.

ge-cúþian to become known :-- Dryhten, hwæt is se mon þæt þú gecúþodes (innotuisti) him, Ps. Vos. 143, 3.

ge-cwémedlic. v. wel-g.

ge-cynde; (4) add :-- Adam wearð of his gecyndan áre (de possessione sua) þurh his wíf út ádræ-acute;fed, Chrd. 68, 24.

ge-cýþan. Add: VI. to become known :-- Þurh witena sægena ús gecýðde se mæ-acute;ra nama (celebre nomen innotuit) þæs árwyrðan weres, Gr. D. 179, 11.

ge-dælan. For translation of Gú. 343 (in Dict.) v. ge-sceaft; II 2.

ge-dafenlicness. v. un-g.

ge-dal; III. add :-- Gemánan gedál communi diuidendo actio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 133, 2. III a. with prep, wiþ, separation from :-- Gedál wið eallum his freóndum, Verc. Först. 89, 6. v. irfe-, weg-g.

ge-defelic. v. un-g.

ge-dræg. v. Angl. 33, 279.

ge-dréfednes. Add :-- Mid gedroefednisse (-drófednesse, Vos.), Ps. Srt. 70, 13.

ge-dréfend a troubler :-- Of handa gedréfendes, Ps. L. 77, 42.

ge-dreóhlíce. Add :-- Ne sprecon ymbe nán þing búton ymbe heora wore, and þ-bar; gedreóhlice and wærlíce (et hoc caute), Chrd. 29, 21.

ge-dríme. Add :-- Mid gedrýmre (consona) stefne, Chrd. 125, 5.

ge-drófedness. v. ge-dréfedness.

ge-dwildmann. Add :-- Án cyn gedwyldmanna (hereticorum) is þá wénað þ-bar; hálige wæccan sýn ídele, Chrd. 25, 30.

ge-dwol. Add :-- Hé hét fordílgian þá gedwolan hringas (þá ge-dwolhringas, v.l.) oblitteratis erroneis circulis, Bd. 5, 21; Sch. 680, 7.

ge-dwolcræft. Add: Nap. 36, 25.

ge-dwolenlic foolish, senseless :-- Gedwolenlicost dementissimum, Chrd. 115, 5.

ge-dwolhring. v. ge-dwol.

ge-eácnian; II. add :-- Ic geeácnode intó Éligmynstre ðás þrý hammas, C.D. iii. 60, 32.

ge-earnian; I a. add :-- Toll and teám sý ágifen intó þám mynstre, bútan hé hit geearnian mæge (unless he can gain remission) tó þám ðe þænne áh mynstres geweald, Cht. E. 236, 5.

ge-endebyrdan; (2 α) :-- Preóstas hyra endebyrdnyssa sceolon healdan ealswá hig geendebyrde synt on heora gecyrrednysse, Chrd. 9, 17.

ge-fanne. v. wind-g.

ge-faran. v. un-gefaren.

ge-fealdan; (1) add :-- Heofon bið gefealden swá swá bóca leáf beóð caelum plicabitur ut liber, Verc. Först. 107, 1.

ge-feálíce. v. un-g.

ge-fégness. Add: a conjunction :-- Þá gefégnyssa, Angl. viii. 313, 11. v. gefégedness.

ge-féra. v. simbel-g.

ge-figo. Perhaps ge-flígo should be read. For 'cimosis' see fleáh.

ge-fleard. Add :-- Hí gímað untídæ-acute;ta and druncennysse and óðra geflearda (ceteris suis uoluptatibus dediti), Chrd. 10, 32.

ge-flit. v. irfe-g.

geflit-glíw. The printed form may be taken. Cf. slítan; VII.

ge-flogena. v. on-geflogen.

ge-folc. v. in-g.

ge-fullian. Add :-- Ealle þá gefullwudan (-fulledan) cildru, Gr. D. 288, 22.

ge-fylnes. Add :-- Oþ þá gyfylnesse þisse worolde, Bl. H. 145, 16.

ge-fynde. v. un-g.

ge-fyrn; (2 b) add: Chrd. 25, 11.

ge-fyrnnesa. For Nap. 30 l. Chrd. 25, 10: 26, 16.

ge-fyrþring removal :-- Sé bið tó gefyrþringe tó Godes weófode est altaribus remouendus, Chrd. 79, 15.

ge-gán; A. III 2. add :-- Hwæðer se geþóht geeóde þe mid scylde þe mid lustfullnesse utrum cogitatio suggestione an delectatione acciderit, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 95, 17. B. II 4. add :-- Eall þ-bar; manncynne tó ðám mæ-acute;stan góde geeóde, Hml. A. 154, 58. IV. the verb here might be translated to traverse, the Latin