þíht
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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þíht
adj. Tight, firm, strong. This word seems to be the second part in each of the two compounds found in the following charm Gehwér férde ic me ðone mǽran magaþíhtan mid ðysse mǽran meteþíhtan ðonne ic mé wille habban and hám gán, Lchdm. iii. 68, 17. [Thyht, hool fro brekynge integer, solidus; thyhtyn or make thyht integro, consolido, solido, Prompt. Parv. 491. Halliwell gives thiht close, compact, as an Eastern counties word. M. H. Ger. díhte: Ger. dicht: Icel. þéttr.]
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