prút
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
Related §§ in Wright's OE Grammar:
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prút
adj. Proud,arrogant Mægen prútes unnytt Gode virtus superbi inutilis Deo, Scint. 17. Sáwl prútes (superbi ) byþ forlǽten fram Gode, 17. Wiðerwyrdnyss prúte (sublimes ) geniþerude, 46. Ðǽr mihton geseón Winceastre leódan rancne (prútne, MS. F., v. note, p. 336) here and unearhne, ðæt hí be hyra gate tó sǽ eodon, Chr. 1006; Erl. 140, 26. [Þa iwarð þe king on mode prut, Laym. 8828. Prud (the opposite of edmod), A. R. 176, 17. Icel. prúðr gallant, brave, magnificent.] v. prút-líce, -scipe, prútung, prýt.
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