mis-tímian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
mis-tímian
p. ode To happen amiss, to do amiss (with dat. of person) Gif ðú hwene gesihst geþeón on góde blissa on his dǽdum and gif him hwæt mistímaþ besárga his unrótnysse if you see any one flourish in goodness, rejoice at his deeds, and if any mischance befall him (or if he do anything amiss?) sorrow for his disquietude, Basil admn. 5; Norm. 44, 30. [Gyf ǽnie prusten mistímide on áþaran mynstre ne fóre hé náwider ac gesóhte hé his nágabúras and him þingadan if there were misconduct on the part of any priest in either monastery, he would go no whither, but would seek his neighbours, and they would mediate for him, Chart. Th. 324, 8. A. R. þe ueorðe is Gledschipe of his vuel, lauhwen oðer gabben, gif him misbiueolle (mistimes, MS. T.; mistimeð, MS. C.), 200, 21.]
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