tyge
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun, Verb
Gender: Masculine
Verb Class: Participle
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tyge
tige (v. double forms togen, tigen, pp. of teon), es; m. I. a pull, tug Gange him tó mínre byrgene and áteó áne hringan up, and gif seó hringe him folgaþ æt ðam forman tige, ðonne wát hé ðæt ic ðé sende tó him. Gif seó hringe nele up þurh his ánes tige, ðonne ne sceall hé ðínre sage gelýfan. Homl. Skt. i. 21, 43-48. Árena tíum remorum tractibus, Hpt. Gl. 406, 70. II. a dragging Valerianus hine hét teón geond ðornas, and hé mid ðam tige his gást ágeaf, Homl. Th. i. 432, 35. III. leading, conducting Ðone weterscype ðe hé intó Níwan mynstre geteáh, and him se tige sume mylne ádilgade (the diverting of the water had ruined his mill ), Chart. Th. 232, 7. Tiga aquae ductuum, Hpt. Gl. 418, 49. IV. a draught of drink Hálwende tige drincan, Anglia viii. 321, 32. V. a drawing of an inference, etc., a deduction Wé wyllaþ embe ðone geleáfan swíðor sprecan, forðan ðe ðises godspelles traht hæfþ gódne tige much good may be drawn from an examination of this gospel, Homl. Th. i. 248, 21. Ðis godspel hæfþ langne tige on his trahtnunge the exposition of this gospel might be drawn out to a great length, ii. 72, 22. Petrus áwrát twégen pistolas, hig hebbaþ langne tige tó geleáfan trimminge much matter for the confirmation of belief may be drawn from them, Ælfc. T. Grn. 14, 8. [Ete nu enes o dai and drinke o tige atte mete, O.E. Homl. ii. 67, 11. O.H. Ger. zug, zugi (in cpds.) ductus, motus.] v. of-, on-, wæter-tyge.
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