mǽran
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
Related §§ in Wright's OE Grammar:
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mǽran
máran; p. de To make known, celebrate, declare, proclaim Mín múþ sægeþ ðíne mægenspéde and ðín sóþfæst weorc mǽreþ os meum pronuntiabit justitiam tuam, Ps. Th. 70, 14. Songe lofiaþ mǽraþ módigne meaglum reordum they praise with song and with powerful voices celebrate the noble bird, Exon. 60b; Th. 221, 21; Ph. 338. For cyning mǽraþ leófne leódfruman they proclaim the loved chief as king, Th. 222, 6; Ph. 344. Swylce mín tunge tídum mǽrde ðín sóþfæst weorc sed et lingua mea tota die meditabitur justitiam tuam, Ps. Th. 70, 22. Ðæt hí heora bearnum budun and sægdun and cinn óðrum cýðden and mǽrden ut notam faceret eam fliis suis; ut cognoscat generatio altera, 77, 7. Gé scyldigra synne secgaþ, sóþfæstra nó mód and monþeáw mǽran willaþ, Exon. 40a; Th. 132, 26; Gú. 478. Hit nǽnig mon út cýðan ne móste, ðý læs ða elreordigan kyningas on ðæt fǽgon, ðæt ic swá lytle hwíle lifgean móste. Ne hit ǽnig mon ðære ferde ðon má út máran móste, ðý læs hié for ðon ormóde wǽron, Nar. 32, 22. [Goth. mérjan to proclaim, announce: O. Sax. márian; Icel. mæra to praise: O. H. Ger. márian diffamare, declarare, clarificare, praedicare.] v. ge-mǽran.
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