Gúþ-lác
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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Gúþ-lác
es; m. The hermit or saint of Crowland [v. Crúland] died at the age of 41, in A. D. 714 Gúþlác se nama ys on Rómánisc, Belli munus the name Guthlac is in Latin, Belli munus, Guthl. 2; Gdwin. 10, 23. Se hálga Gúþlác ðás word gehýrde the holy Guthlac heard these words, 4; Gdwin. 30, 9. Onginne ic nú be ðam lífe ðæs eádigan weres, Gúþlaces I begin now concerning the life of the blessed man Guthlac, Guthl. 4; Gdwin. 26, 2: Exon. 34b; Th. 110, 15; 113, 17; 115, 29. Hæfde Gúþlác ðá on ylde six and twentig wintra ðá he ǽrest on ðam wéstene [Crúlande] gesæt then Guthlac was six and twenty years of age when he first settled in the desert [Crowland ], Guthl. 3; Gdwin. 24, 3. Gúþlác æfter ðon fiftyne geár ðe he lǽdde his líf, ðá wolde God his þeów gelǽdan to ðǽre écan reste ðæs heofoncundan ríces after Guthlac had led his life for fifteen years, then God would lead his servant to the eternal rest of his heavenly kingdom, Guthl. 20; Gdwin. 78, 19-22. A. D. 714, Hér, forþferde Gúþlác se hálga here, A. D. 714, the saint Guthlac died, Chr. 714; Erl. 44, 5. On ðone ændleftan dæg ðæs mónðes biþ sc̃e gúþláces geleornes ðæs anceran on brytone on the eleventh day of the month is the departure of St. Guthlac the anchorite in Britain, Shrn. 71, 2.
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