in-cund
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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in-cund
adj. Internal, inward, intimate Ða óðre werod brúcaþ ðære incundan embwlátunge his godcundnysse swá ðæt hí náteshwón fram his andweardnysse ásende ne gewítaþ the other hosts enjoy the closest contemplation of his divinity, so that on no account do they depart on any mission from his presence, Homl. Th. i. 348, 7. Ðære þeóde sáwla þurh ða ýttran wundra beóþ getogene tó ðære incundan gife the souls of that people are drawn by those outward miracles to the inward grace, ii. 132, 3. Ðonne hé ða úterran þing dón sculon, ðæt hié ne síen ðæm incundum ingeþance áfirrede . . . hié lǽtaþ ácólian ða incundan lufan ne, dum cura ab eis exterior agitur, ab interna intentione mergantur . . . ab intimo amore frigescunt, Past. 18, 7 ; Swt. 138, 5-9. Wið ǽghwylcum incundum earfoþnyssum for all internal difficulties, Herb. 90, 11 ; Lchdm. i. 196, 21. Tó incundum ad intima, Kent. Gl. 999. v. innan-, inne-cund.
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