ǽ-bær
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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ǽ-bær
Substitute: ǽ-bǽre (-bére); adj. Brought to light (of the criminal or the crime where guilt is manifest), notorious, proved Ǽbǽre (-bére) morð (apertum murdrum, Lat. Vers.), Ll. Th. i. 410, 5. Ábǽre, Wlfst. 274, 24. Se ǽbǽra þeóf (fur probatus, Lat. Vers.), Ll. Th. i. 390, 27. Ǽbéra (-bǽra), 268, 22. Ǽbǽre hórcwénan, 172, 21. Ǽbǽre manslagan, 324, 11. Ǽbǽre (-bére) manswican, Wlfst. 46, 27. Ǽbére apostatan, 165, 28. ¶ Ǽbǽre þeóf occurs in a list of privileges granted to a monastery :-- On eallan þingan . . . ðe ðǽr mid rihte tó gebyrað, mid fyrdwíte and fyhtwíte and ǽbǽre þeóf and griðbryce and foresteall and hámsócne, C. D. iv. 222, 23. [All þeȝȝre æbære unnþannkess, Orm. 7189. Þu ebure (ebare, 2nd MS.) sot, Lay. 2271. Þat eber file, C. M. 813. O. Frs. ábere, áubere.] v. á-bǽran. See also ébere morþ in Dict.
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