wuldor-full
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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wuldor-full
adj. l. glorious Gif ðú eádmódnysse healtstwuldorful (gloriosus ) ðú byst, Scint. 22, 4. Wuldorfull mid écum wurðmynte, Homl. Ass. 77, 125. Ðes Dauid wæs wuldorful cyning, Homl. Skt. i. 18, 32. Wulderfull ðrowung, Homl. Th. i. 360, 20. Se wuldorfulla (gloriosus ) Eádgár, Anglia xiii. 365, 3. Se wuldorfulla cyning (Christ ), Nicod. 28; Thw. 16, 6. For his wuldorfullan sige oretlofes propter ejus gloriosissimi victoriam triumphi, Anglia xiii. 400, 497. Seó wunung on ðam wuldorfullum dreáme, Homl. Ass. 43, 481. Tó ðare wuldorfullan byrig Hierusalem, H. R. 7, 4. Wuldorfulle on mægðháde, Homl. Ass. 44, 499. Wuldorfulle lofu glorificum melos, Hymn. Surt. 57, 24. Babilonia ðe hwílon wæs wuldorfullost burh ealra burha, Wulfst. 194, 10. II. vainglorious. v. wuldor (I a) Betere ys þearfa and behófigende him þænne wer wulderfull (gloriosus ) and genihtsumigende hláfe, Scint. 178, 15. Wuldorfull, 180, 6.
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