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inwid

  • noun [ neuter ]
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inwid, inwit. es; n.
Fraud, guile, deceit, evil, wickedness
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  • Inwid

    dolus,

      Ps. Spl. T. 14, 3.
  • Ne beó nǽnig man hér on worldríce bregda tó full ne inwit tó leóf

    let no man in this world be too full of wiles, nor let guile be too dear to him,

      Blickl. Homl. 109, 29.
  • Ne wæs ǽfre fácen ne inwid on his heortan

    nor was ever deceit nor guile in his heart,

      223, 31.
  • Gramlíc inwit

    nequitia,

      Ps. Th. 54, 15.
  • Mán and inwit, 9.
  • Forðan mé inwit næs on tungan

    quia non est dolus in lingua mea,

      138, 2.
  • Mán inwides

    dolus,

      54, 10.
  • For inwite

    propter dolos,

      72, 14.
  • Mið inwite [mit fácne, A. S.]

    dolo,

      Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 26, 4.
  • Gé on heortan hogedon inwit

    in corde iniquitates operamini,

      Ps. Th. 57, 2.
  • Hió ðá inwit feala ýwdan on tungan

    locuti sunt adversum me lingua dolosa,

      108, 2.
  • His esnum inwit fremedan

    dolum facerent in servos ejus,

      104, 21.
  • Ða inwit and fácen hycgeaþ on heortan

    qui cogitaverunt malitias in corde,

      139, 2.
  • Hie sprecaþ fácen and inwit,

      Cd. 109; Th. 145, 31; Gen. 2414.
  • Inwit syredon

    they plotted evil,

      Andr. Kmbl. 1220; An. 610.
  • Hwǽr áhangen wæs waldend þurh inwit,

      Elen. Kmbl. 413; El. 207.
Etymology
[O. Sax. inwid : cf. Goth. inwindiþa injustice.]
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v.  -wid inwit.
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