wilde
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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wilde
adj. Wild Wildæ agrestis , Wrt. Voc. ii. 99, 53: i. 17, 41. Wilde indomitus , ii. 111, 78. Untamed, wilde edomitus , 142, 40. Wudulíce oððe wilde agrestes, 4, 61. As in this gloss the word seems used in wylde (or cf. weald?) elfen hamadryades (cf. feldelfenne amadriades , ii. 8, 14), i. 60, 17. I. in reference to animals, wild, not domestic, not tamed, not broken in Rébra þonne ǽnig wilde deór, Blickl. Homl. 95, 31: Homl. Th. i. 486, 28: Bt. 39, l; Fox 212, 3. Wilde oxa bubalus , Wrt. Voc. i. 22, 46. Wilde bár aper, tam bár verres , 32, 70. Assa asinus, wilde assa onager , 23, 27. Se getemeda assa . . . Se wilda fola, Homl. Th. i. 208, 20-22. Wilde goos cente, Wrt. Voc. ii. 103, 68: gente , 109, 63. Wilde gos cante, 14, 21. Wæs sum wilde hrem, Homl. Th. i. 162, 21. Se wilda fugel (the Phenix ), Exon. Th. 211, 21; Ph. 201. Hafuc sceal on glofe wilde gewunian, wulf sceal on bearowe, Menol. Fox 495 ; Gn. C. 18. Sió wilde beó. Met. 18, 5. Seó leó ge-monð ðæs wildan gewunan hire eldrana. Bt. 25 ; Fox 88, 12. Sum sceal wildne fugel átemian, Exon. Th. 332, 14; Vy. 85 : 222, 3; Ph. 343. Hálig feoh and wilde deór, Cd. Th. 13, 13 ; Gen. 202. Eoferas and wilde deór aperet singularis ferus , Ps. Th. 79, 13. Wildu diór, Met. 27, 20: Cd. Th. 91, 22; Gen. 1516. Wildu deór and neáta gehwylc, 240, 20; Dan. 389. Cómon wilde beran and wulfas. Homl. Th. i. 244, 18. Wildra deóra ðæt grimmeste, Exon. Th. 371, 28 ; Seel. 82. Wildera deóra téð dentes bestiarum , Deut. 32, 24. Hyre dǽl ðera wildera (not broken in ) horsa, Chart. Th. 538, 33. Wildra, 548, 10. Wildu hors equos in-domitos , Past. 41; Swt. 303, 9. Fiówer wildo hors, Shrn. 71, 34. Ða stælhránas beóð swýðe dýre mid Finnum, for ðæm hý fóð ða wildan hránas mid, Ors. l, l; Swt. 18, 12. la. not under restraint; uncontrolled :-- Ðá wæs culufre eft sended wilde; Cd. Th. 88, 14; Gen. 1465. II. in reference to plants, wild, not cultivated Wilde cyrfet colocftintida, hwít wilde wíngeard brionia, wilde (v. Wülck. Gl. 133, 12) wíngerd labrusca , Wrt. Voc. i. 30, 12-15. Wilde popig saliunca,. . . wilde næp nap silvatica , 31, 8, 27. Wilde næp diptamnus vel bibulcos, . . . wilde lactuce sarrabum, 32, 5, 24. Oleastrum ðæt is wilde elebeám, Lchdm. ii. 90, 20. Wildre magþan wyrttruman, 206, 15. Wildre mealwan seáw, 214, 14. Unwæstm ł wilde fóter zizania , Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 13, 27. III. of places, wild, uncultivated, uninhabited Licgaþ wilde móras emnlange ðæm býnum lande, Ors. l, I; Swt. 18, 27. Ðone eard (East Anglia ) iii mónþas hí hergodon and bærndon, ge furðon on ða wildan fennas hí férdon, Chr. 1010 ; Erl. 143, 27. Com se biscop tó ðære mynstre (Peterborough ) . . . ne fand ðǽr nán þing búton ealde weallas and wilde wuda, 963; Erl. 121, 28. IV. of fire, wild, that spreads over a country (like a prairie fire) [cf. Icel. villi-eldr] Hér wæs se dría sumor, and wilde fýr com on manega scíra and forbærnde fela túna, and eác manega burga forburnon. Chr. 1078; Erl. 215, 36. On ðissum geáre atýwde ðæt wilde fýr, ðe nán mann ǽror nán swylc ne gemunde, and gehwǽr hit derode on manegum stówum, 1032 ; Erl. 164, Hér wæs swíðe mycel mancwealm and orfcwealm, and eác ðæt wilde fýr on Deórbýscíre micel yfel dyde, and gehwǽr elles, 1049 Erl. 173, 19. IV a. figurative of a disease :-- Wylde fýr erisipilas , Wrt. Voc. i. 20, 3. [v. wildfire in Halliwell's Dictionary, and cf. Germ. das wilde feuer St. Anthonys fire, erysipelas.] V. in a moral sense, wild, turbulent, ungoverned Hé geong fareþ, hafaþ wilde mód, Salm. Kmbl. 755; Sal. 377. [Goth. wilþeis: O. Frs. wilde: O. L. Ger. O. H. Ger. wildi: Icel. villr.]
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