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wirgness

  • noun [ feminine ]
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wirgness, e; f.
Cursing, a curse
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  • Wergnes

    devotatio,

      Wrt. Voc. i. 29, 1.
  • Wirgnes, ii. 26, 2.
  • Sig seó wirignys ofer mé

    in me sit ista maledictio,

      Gen. 27, 13.
  • Of wirignysse múð full is

    maledictione os plenum est,

      Ps. Spl. 9 second, 8.
  • Ic sette beforan eów bletsunga and wirignissa (

    maledictionem

    ) . . . wirignissa gif gé ne gehíraþ Drihtnes bebodum,
      Deut. 11, 26, 28.
  • Wirinysse,

      30, 19.
  • Swá nú áwa sceal wesan ðæt gé wærnysse (wærh-?), brynewylm hæbben, nales bletsunga,

      Exon. Th. 142, 13; Gú. 643.
  • Hé sceal lǽtan his wyrignesse and lufian his gebedu,

      Wulfst. 239, 19.
  • His múð byð symle full wyrignessa

    cujus os maledictione plenum est,

      Ps. Th. 9, 27: 13, 6.
  • Hí ús mid heora wiþer-wordum onbénum and wyrinessum éhtaþ

    adversis nos inprecationibus persequuntur,

      Bd. 2, 2; S. 504, 4.
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v. wirgan.
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v.  wirigness wyrgness.
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