BÚC
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
Related §§ in Wright's OE Grammar:
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
BÚC
es; m. I. the belly, stomach; venter, alvus Hit is betwux túðum tocowen and into ðam búce asend it is chewed between the teeth and sent into the stomach, Homl. Th. ii. 270, 34. II. a vessel that bulges out, as a bottle, jug, pitcher; lagena, hydria Búc lagena, Wrt. Voc. 83, 24. Þurch heora bláwunge and ðæra búca swég through the sound of their blowing and of the pitchers, Jud. 7, 21. Hí tobrǽcon ða búcas mid micelre brastlunge they broke the pitchers [hydrias confregerunt] with great crashing, 7, 20. [Chauc, bouke bulk, bodý: Plat. buuk, m. venter: O. Sax. búk, m. weer: Frs. buk, m. f. venter: O. Frs. buk, buch, m. venter: Dut. buik, m. belly: Kil. buyck corporis truncus: Ger. bauch, m. venter, alveus: M. H. Ger. búch, m- venter: O. H. Ger. búh, m. venter: Dan. bug, m. f the stomach, belly or middle of a vessel: Swed. buk, m. belly: Icel. búkr, m. the trunk, body.] DER. wæter-búc. v. æscen, hrygile-búc.
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