þyddan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
þyddan
p. de To strike, thrust, push Impingere on besettan (in margin on þidden, ic on þydde), Hpt. Gl. 505, 46. Ðá ðydde Æfner hine mid hindewerde sceafte on ðæt smælðearme ðæt hé wæs deád percussit eum Abner aversa hasta in inguine, et transfodit eum, et mortuus est, Past. 40; Swt. 295, 17. Se assa þidde his hláfordes fót þearle tó ðam hege junxit asina se parieti et attrivit sedentis pedem, Num. 22, 25. Ðá ábrǽd Aoth his swurd and hine hetelíce þidde swá ðæt ða hiltan eodon in tó ðam innoðe Aoth tulit sicam, infinxitque eam in ventre ejus, tam valide, ut capulus sequeretur ferrum in vulnere, Jud. 3, 21. Ðæt is ðæt mon mid hindewearde sceafte ðone ðydde ðe him oferfylge aversa hasta persequentem ferire eat, Past. 40; Swt. 297, 14. [Þenne þudde ich in ham luueliche þohtes, Marh. 14, 7. Þa þudde ha uppon þe Þurs feste wið hire fot, 12, 17. He þudde (þraste, 2nd MS.) frommard his breoste, Laym. 1898.] v. þurh-, wiþ-þyddan; þoddettan; see also þeówan.
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