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wlǽta

  • noun [ masculine ]
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wlǽta, wlǽtta, an; m.
nausea, loathing
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  • Wið spiwðan and wlǽttan,

      Lchdm. i. 358, 24.
  • Wiþ wlǽttan, ðam men ðe hine ne lyst his metes ne líþes, ii. 62, 15.
  • Wiþ nnluste and wlǽttan ðe of magan cymð,

      184, 5.
  • Wlǽtan,

      158, 12.
  • Gif hwá on scipe wlǽttan þolige, i. 206, 9.
  • Ðone wlǽttan ðæs magan,

      204, 20.
  • Ne yrne hé, ðe læs hé mid ðæs rynes éðgunge hwylcne wleáttan (wlǽttan,

    v. l.

    ) and sogeðan on his heortan ne ástyrige,
      R. Ben. 68, 3.
what produces nausea, an object of loathing
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  • Óð hit gǽð þurh eówre næsþyrlu and sí gewend tó wlǽttan (

    vertatur in nauseam

    ),
      Num. 11, 20.
  • Bútan hláfe ǽlc mete tó wlǽttan byþ gehwyrfed,

      Coll. Monast. Th. 28, 35.
  • Seó ofering ðé wurþ oþþe tó sáre oððe tó wlǽttan,

      Bt. 14, 1; Fox 42, 16.
  • Wlǽttan

    sentina

    (ab omni spurcitiae sentina immunes,
      Ald. 10), Ánglia xiii. 28, 28.
  • Fúlne wlǽttan

    foetidam nauseam (sentinam )

    (the passage is: Cum falsae garrulitatis incestum velut foetidam melancholiae nauseam de recessibus falsi pectoris evomuisset,
      Ald. 40), Hpt. Gl. 475, 50.
  • Wlǽtan

    nausiam

    (the gloss belongs to the passage given in the preceding),
      Wrt. Voc. ii. 81, 9.
defilement, disfigurement. v. an-wlǽta, -wláta; á-, ge-wlǽtan
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  • Wlǽtta

    deformatio

    (venusti capitis deformatio,
      Ald. 62), Hpt. Gl. 510, 6.
Etymology
[Þu miht mid wlate þe este bugge, O. and N. 1506.]
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  • wlǽta, n.