á-drýgan
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á-drýgan
Add: to dry up (lit. and fig.). 1. to extract the moisture from material Hé ðá miltan ádrígeð, Lch. i. 334, 24. Gást unrót ádrígð (exsiccat ) bánu, Scint. 167, 11. Hé ealle ðá costunga of his ágnum líchoman ádrígde omni illa tentatione carnis caruit, Gr. D. 190, 24. Hit ádríg, Lch. i. 332, 26. Ádríg tó duste, ii. 144, 1. Genim ácmistel and ádríge, 88, 5. Ádríged on réce, 216, 8. Swá swá treówu swíður ádrýgde bióð on eorðan quo plus in infimis humor excoquitur, Past. 445, 3. 2. to dry up a fluid Ðú ádrýgdes (exsiccasti ) flódas, Ps. Srt. 73, 15. Hé ðone Reádan Sǽ ádrígde, Ors. 1, 7; S. 38, 29. Heortes horn hafað mægen ǽlcne wǽtan tó ádrígenne, Lch. i. 334, 3. 3. to dry up moisture on material, wipe off Ádréið abstergit, Kent. Gl. 764. Seó hand ðínre sprǽce ádrígde (tersit ) fram mé ðone tweón, Gr. D. 150, 25. Hé ðǽre hýde giocðan of ádrýgde, Past. 71, 11. Ádrýg horu absterge sordes, Hy. S. 23, 3. Ǽlc mon ádrýge of óðerra monna móde ðone wénan be him ǽlces yfeles, Past. 451, 22. Ðæt hé mæge ádrýggean (-drýgean, Hatt. MS.) (tergat ) of monna heortan ðæt fúles sié, 74, 21. Hát gefeormian mín blód and ðonon ádrýgan, Bl. H. 183, 27. 4. to dry material on which there is moisture, wipe dry Se wísdóm ádrígde mínes módes eágan, Bt. 3, 1; F. 4, 27.
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