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in-byrdling

  • noun [ masculine ]
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in-byrdling, es; m.
A slave born in a master's house
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  • Inberdling vel fóstorling verna vel

    vernaculus,

      Ælfc. Gl. 86; Som. 74, 34; Wrt. Voc. 50, 17.
  • Inbyrdlingc

    vernaculus,

      Wrt. Voc. 72, 82.
  • Sicul inberdli[n]c, sicilisc inhyrdlincg ( = -byrdling)

    siculus indigena,

      Hpt. Gl. 499.
  • Mín inbyrdling biþ mín yrfenuma

    vernaculus meus heres meus erit,

      Gen. 15, 3.
  • Ǽlc werhádes man on eówrum mǽgðum and inbyrdlingum and geboht þeówa

    omne masculinum in generationibus vestris, tam vernaculus quam emptitius,

      17, 12.
  • Ealle werhádes men his inhírédes ǽgðer ge imbyrdlingas ge gebohte þeówan

    omnes viri domus illius, tam vernaculi quam emptitii,

    27.
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v.  byrd-ling im-byrdling in-berdling.
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