níde
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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níde
neáde, neóde, níde, niéde, nýde ; adv. (a case of níd, q. v.). I. of necessity, as a natural, inevitable consequence, from force of circumstances Gif gé neáde swá dón sceolon (si sic necesse est ), dóþ swá gé wyllon, Gen. 43, 11. Wegférende móton for neóde mete neáde ferian and for unfriþe man mót freólsǽfenan nýde fulfaran betweonan Eferwíc, and six míla gemete travellers may, when compelled by circumstances, carry food to supply their needs; and on account of war, a man may, on the eve of a festival, when compelled by circumstances, travel between York and a distance of six miles, L. N. P. L. 56; Th. ii. 298, 25-27. Forðamðe wé witon ðæt án wealdend is eallra þinga wé sceolon beón néde geþafan (we must inevitably assent to the conclusion ) ðæt hé síe se héhsta hróf eallra góda, Bt. 34, 12 ; Fox 154, 7. Ðes middangeard néde (as the result of natural, inevitable laws ) on ðás eldo endian sceal, Blickl. Homl. 117, 35. Wæs his fæder cininges þegna aldorman. Ðá sceolde Sanctus Martinus néde (as an inevitable result ) beón on his geógoþháde on ðære geférǽdenne cininges þegna, 211, 22. Niéde sceal bión gebrocen ðæt mód ðara hiéremonna, gif se láreów ágiémleásaþ ðæt hé hiera útan ne helpe, Past. 18 ; Swt. 137, 13 : Ors. 5, 2 ; Swt. 218, 20. Ðǽr ðǽr ðú neóde irsian scyle, gemetiga ðæt ðeáh, Prov. Kmbl. 24. Hit is on worulde swá leng swá wyrse, and swá hit sceal nýde ǽr Antecristes tócyme yfelian swíðe, Wulfst. 156, 4 : 157, 8. II. of necessity, because a law, natural, moral or human, is to be satisfied Ðis sceal se mæssepreóst néde bebeódan the priest is bound by his duty to proclaim this, Blickl. Homl. 49, 6. Ðone andleofan ðe hé néde big lifgean sceolde (the provision that nature required ), 213, 20. Ðás béc sceal mæssepreóst néde habban (these books are indispensable ), and hé ne mæg bútan beón, L. Ælfc. C. 21 ; Th. ii. 350, 15. Niéde hé sceolde him forgyfan ánne (custom required it ), Lk. 23, 17. III. from force, under compulsion, without free-will Nán nyle onginnan ðæt ðæt hé nele, búton hé néde scyle (unless he is forced ), Bt. 36, 3; Fox 176, 9 : 41, 4; Fox 252, 3. Sceal néde riht wyrcean se ðe ǽr nolde, L. O. D. 3 ; Th. i. 354, 9. Néde oððe lustum héran, Met. 9, 44. Niéde sceoldon gombon gieldan, Cd. Th. 119, l0; Gen. 1977. v. next word.
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