Greátan leag
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Feminine
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Greátan leag
leá, e; f. Probably Greatley, near Andover, Hants; Greatanleagensis Ealle ðis wæs gesetted on ðam miclan synoð æt Greátanleage, on ðam wæs se ærcebisceop Wulfhelme, mid eallum ðǽm æðelum mannum, and wiotan [and Æðelstáne cyninge] all this was established in the great synod at Greatley, in which was the archbishop Wulfhelm, with all the noblemen and witan [and King Athelstan], L. Ath. i. 26; Th. i. 214, 7. To-écan ðám dómum ðe æt Greátanleá and æt Exanceastre gesette wǽron, and æt Þunresfelda in addition to the dooms which were fixed at Greatley, and at Exeter, and at Thunresfeld, v. pref; Th. i. 228, 9.
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