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flýman fyrmþ

  • noun [ feminine ]
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flýman fyrmþ, fliéman feorm, e;
f. A fugitive's food or support, the offence of harbouring a fugitive, the penalty for such an offence; fŭgïtīvi susceptio
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  • Ðis syndon ða gerihta ðe se cyning áh ofer ealle men on Wes-sexan; ðæt is . . . and flýmena fyrmþe

    these are the rights which the king possesses over all men in Wessex; that is . . . and [the penalty] for harbouring a fugitive,

    • L. C. S. 12
    • ;
    • Th. i. 382, 14: Th. i. 382, 21.
  • Gif mon cierliscne monnan fliéman feorme teó

    if a man accuse a churlish man of harbouring a fugitive,

    • L. In. 30
    • ;
    • Th. i. 120, 16.
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v.  fliéman feorm.
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