stíþ-hycgende
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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stíþ-hycgende
adj. I. in a good sense, of firm, inflexible purpose, resolute Stópon tó ðære stówe stíðhycgende, Elen. Kmbl. 1429 ; El. 716. II. in a bad sense, obstinate, stubborn Hire Iudas oncwæð stíðhycgende: 'Ic ða stówe ne can,' 1362 ; El. 683. Stíðhycgendum (the multitude of unbelievers ), Andr. Kmbl. 1481 ; An. 742. III. having hard, unpleasant thoughts 'Is mé feorhgedál leófre micle ðonne ðeós lífcearo.' Him ðá stefn oncwæð stíðhycgendum, 2858 ; An. 1431.
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