sicerian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
sicerian
p. ode To ooze, of a fluid, to make way through a small opening Swíðe lytlum siceraþ ðæt wæter and swíðe dégellíce on ðæt hlece scip and ðeáh hit wilnaþ ðæs ilcan ðe sió hlúde ýð, ðéþ on ðære hreón sǽ búton hit mon ǽr út áweorpe by very small quantities and with very great secrecy does the water make its way into the leaky ship, and yet it has the same intention as the loud wave in the rough sea, unless it be cast out beforehand; hoc agit sentina latenter excrescens, quod patenter procella saeviens, Past. 57, 1 ; Swt. 437. 14. [Ger. sickern to ooze, trickle.]
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