a-wyrgian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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a-wyrgian
p. -wyrgede; pp. -wyrged, -wyrgd To curse, execrate, malign; execrari, maledicere, malignari Ðú awyrgedest his cynegyrdum maledixisti sceptris ejus, Cant. Abac. Lamb. 3, 14: Ps. Spl. 73, 4. Nelle ic awirgean ða eorþan nolo maledicere terræ, Gen. 8, 21. The perfect participle signifies execrable, wicked, detestable; execrabilis, maledictus, malignus, malignans Gewítaþ nú, awirgede woruldsorga depart now, execrable worldly cares, Bt. 3 ; Fox 4, 25. Gewítaþ ge awyrgede fram me on ðæt éce fýr discedite a me maledicti in ignem æternum, Mt. Bos. 25, 41: Exon. 30 a ; Th. 93, 2; Cri. 1520. Of ðam awyrgedan wráðan sweorde de gladio maligno, Ps. Th. 143, 11. Seó gegaderung ðara awyrgdra consilium malignantium, 21, 14. The devil is called Se awyrgda the accursed, Cd. 220; Th. 284, 3; Sat. 316. Se awyrgeda gást the accursed spirit, Guthl. 7 ; Gdwin. 44, 12. Se awyrgda wulf the accursed wolf, Exon. 11 b ; Th. 16, 20; Cri. 256. v. a-wergian.
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