híne
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun, Prefix
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híne
[ = (?) hínan as gehúse = gehúsan, hiwæ = híwan in the same verse] domesticos, Mt. Kmbl. Rush. 10, 25. Is this the word which gives later English hine, Mod. E. hind, or are these taken from the gen. pl. of híwan, hína, which occurs most frequently in phrases hina fæder, etc., and which may have come to be looked upon as an uninflected word used in such cases as the first part of a compound? In v. 36 domestici is glossed hígu ł híne ł híwen, and 24, 34 pater-familas = híne-fæder [but this may be for hína-fæder] . [Laym. children and hinen, 368: O. E. Homl, ðin owune hine, i. 197, 112: Chauc. Piers P. hine.] v. híwan.
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