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wundor-weorc

  • noun [ neuter ]
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Grammar
wundor-weorc, es; n.
A wondrous work, a miracle
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  • Hé (

    Christ

    ) óðerra unrím cýðde wundorworca,
      Andr. Kmbl. 1409; An. 705.
  • Manige wítgan ǽr Sancte Ióhanne on swíþe manegum godcundum mægenum ealra wundorweorcum swíþe wuldorlíce áscinon,

      Blickl. Homl. 161, 19.
  • Ðæt cwyce secgeaþ his wundorweorc ofer ealle werþeóde

    annuntiate inter gentes opera ejus,

      Ps. Th. 104, 1.
Etymology
[War stod þat wonderworc (seolkuð werc, 1st MS.), Laym. 17376: Ger. wunder-werk.]
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v. wundor-geweorc.
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v.  wundor-geweorc.
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