gráf
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
gráf
es; m. n. A grove Heó hæbbe ða wudurǽddenne in ðæm wuda ðe ða ceorlas brúcaþ and éc ic hire léte to ðæt ceorla gráf let her have right of pasturage in the wood which the 'ceorls' use, and besides I leave to her the ' ceorls' grove, Cod. Dipl. Kmbl. ii. 100, 14. Andlang ðære lytlan díc æt ðæs gráfes ende along the little ditch at the end of the grove, 249, 29. Forþ be ðam gráfe along past the grove, iii. 18, 31. Ðone gráf, 52, 23. Eác we wrítaþ him ðone gráf ðǽrto. Ðis syndon ða gemǽru ðe to ðæm gráfe gebyriaþ also we assign to him in addition the grove. These are the boundaries that belong to the grove, 261, 5-7. [Laym. groue: Prompt. Parv. grove lucus. ]
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