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under-þeód

  • adjective
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Grammar
under-þeód, adj. (ptcpl.) used substantively.
Subject, subordinate
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  • On óðre wísan sint tó manianne ða underðióddan, on óðre ða ofergesettan. Ða underðiéddan (-ðióddan, Cott. MSS.) mon sceal lǽran ðæt hié elles ne sién genǽt

    aliter admonendi sunt subditi, atque aliter praelati. Illos ne subjectio conterat,

      Past. 28; Swt. 189, 14.
  • Ðonne ðæt mód ðara underðiédra (-ðiéddra, Cott. MSS.) hwæthwugu ryhtlíces ongitan mæg

    subditorum mens cum quaedam recte sentire potuerit,

      19; Swt. 147, 1.
  • On his (the abbot's) underþeóddera módum

    in discipulorum mentibus,

      R. Ben. 10, 18.
  • Se láreów sceal ǽrest on him sylfum ǽlcne leahter ádwæscan, and siððan on his underðeóddum,

      Homl. Th, i. 320, 30.
  • Landfranc wæs geháded on his ágenum biscopsetle fram eahte biscopum his underðióddum,

      Chr. 1070; Erl. 206, 5.
Etymology
[Prost seal spenen among al his underþede, O. E. Homl. i. 85, 14.]
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v.  þeódan.
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