wlǽta
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
wlǽta
wlǽtta, an; m. I. nausea, loathing 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. II. what produces nausea, an object of loathing 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. III. defilement, disfigurement. v. an-wlǽta, -wláta; á-, ge-wlǽtan Wlǽtta deformatio (venusti capitis deformatio, Ald. 62), Hpt. Gl. 510, 6. [Þu miht mid wlate þe este bugge, O. and N. 1506.]
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