sweard
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
sweard
es; m. (?) Sward ( = rind of bacon; cf. too green-sward the turf-covering of the earth), skin, hide Sweard cutis, fel pellis, Wrt. Voc. i. 283, 32-3. Sweard cutis, rib costa, heorte cor, ii. 16, 54-6. Swearth cater, 103, 22. Suge sweard vistula, 124, 1. Swearð catrum, 13, 52. [Swarde or sworde of flesche coriana, Prompt. Parv. 482. Turfe, swarde of þe erþe cespes, 506. O. Frs. swarde skin (of the head): Du. zwoord ; n. skin: M. H. Ger. swarte, swart; f. skin with hair on ; Ger. schwarte ; f. skin, rind: Icel. svörðr; m. the skin (especially of the head) ; hide of walrus; gras-, jaðar-svörðr green-sward.]
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