ge-boned
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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ge-boned
part. Polished, burnished; pŏlītus He hæfþ ðiderynn gedón ii mycele gebonede róda, and ii mycele Cristes béc gebonede, and iii gebonede scrín, and i geboned altare he has placed therein two large burnished crosses, and two large Christ's books [= Gospels] polished, and three burnished shrines, and one burnished altar, Th. Diplm. A. D. 1050-1073; 429, 11-18. Ic gean Sc̃e Eádmunde twegea gebonedra horna I give to St. Edmund two polished horns, Th. Diplm. A. D. 1046; 564, 12. [. Swed, bona to polish with wax, to rub: Dan. bone to cleanse, make clean, to burnish, polish.]
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