swíþ-ferhþ
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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swíþ-ferhþ
adj. I. of strong mind or soul Snotor and swýð*-*ferhð (Beowulf ), Beo. Th. 1656; B. 826. Swíðferhþe (Beowulf's companions ), 990; B. 493. Hwæt swíðferhðum (the Danes ) sélest wǽre tó gefremmnanne, 348; B. 173. II. of violent mind, violent, impetuous Geswearc ðá swíðferð (Juliana's father ), Exon. Th. 247, 13; Jul. 78. Oft bemearn swíðferhðes (Sigemund ) síð snotor ceorl monig, Beo. Th. 1820; B. 908.
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