á-cennan
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á-cennan
Add:I. to produce, &c., 1. where the product is of the same kind as the producer, a. in reference to men or animals Tó ácennene ad propagandam , An. Ox. 1400. Ácennende wæs enixa est , Wrt. Voc. ii. 29, 38. Ácenned cretus , 21, 23. Ðæs ácendan engles mægen, Bl. H. 165, 5. His ácænnedan dohtor, Ap. Th. 24, 19. b. of things Ácennede exorti (flores ), An. Ox. 549. 2. where the product is different, a. of men Ácende edidit (opera ), An. Ox. 2316. b. of things Ðone cwyld ðe se súðerna wind ácænð, Lch. iii. 276, 7. Wið ðá wunda ðe on ðám men beóð ácenned, i. 158, 12. II. to attribute, assign. v. cennan, II. Hý betǽhton (ácendon, v l. ) and benemdon hyra deófolgyldum ðá neát ðá ðe hý woldon syllan, Mart. 198, 11. [O. H. Ger. er-kennen gignere; agnoscere.] v. eft-, un-ácenned.
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