He wearþ geset cumena þén ðæt he mynsterlícum cumum geþénsum wǽre
he was appointed servant of guests that he might attend upon the monastic guests,
- Homl. Th. ii. 136, 24.
Gif hwilc sibling ðé biþ swá geþénsum swilce ðín ágen fót
if any kinsman be as serviceable to thee as thy own foot,i.
- 516, 15.
Obsequious, obliging, serviceable; officiosus
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- ge-þénsum, adj.