wracnian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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wracnian
wræcnian; p. ode To be or travel in a foreign country, be a pilgrim or stranger Ic wræcnige peregrinor, Ælfc. Gr. 25; Zup. 145, 19 note. Ic wracnode mid Labane apad Laban peregrinatus sum, Gen. 32, 4. Ephron, ðǽr wracnode Abraham Hebron, in qua peregrinatus est Abraham, 35, 27 : 37, I. Wræcnede exulat, peregrinatus est, Hpt. Gl. 476, 3. Chanaan land, ðe hig on wracnodon and útancymene wǽrón Chanaan, terram peregrinationis eorum, in qua fuerunt advenae, Ex. 6, 4. Gif mæssepreóst manslaga wurðe. ðonne þolige hé ǽgðres, ge hádes ge eardes, and wiæcnige swá wíde swá pápa him scrífe, L. Eth. ix. 26; Th. i. 346, 6. Þolige hé éðeles, and wræcnige, L. C. S. 41 ; Th. i. 400, 15. pulige se, ðe hit on gelang sý, ǽlcere eardwununge, and wræcnige of earde, oððon on earde swíde deópe gebéte, swá biscop him tǽce, Wulfst. 120, 13: 300, 25. v. for-wracned, R. Ben. 82, 2.
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