ǽg-hwanan
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ǽg-hwanan
Add:I. local, 1. of motion, from all sides Gegadorode micel folc hit ǽgþer ge of Cent, ge of Eást-Seaxum, ge ǽghwonan of ðám níhstum burgum, Chr. 921; P. 102, 12. Wé beóðǽghwanum cumene, Dóm. L. 120. 2. where action proceeds from all sides and its operation is felt on all sides, on all sides Mid costungum wé sint ǽghwonon útan behrincgde, Past. 163, 16. Éghwanon gecnissed, Hml. S. 30, 192. Hé hine ǽghwanon mid ðǽre róde tácne gewǽpnode, 23 b, 776. Hí mon ǽghwanone sécan sceolde, 23, 236. Nú is ǽghwonon hreám and wóp, nú is heáf ǽghwonon, nú is ǽghwonon yfel and slege, and ǽghwonon ðes middangeard flýhþ from ús, Bl. H. 115, 15-17. II. fig. on all sides, in every respect, utterly Ic eom gehéned ǽghwonane humiliatus sum usquequaque, Past. 465, 29. Ne forlǽt ðú mé ǽghwanan (usquequaque ), Ps. L. 118, 8. Ic mé ongite ǽghwonan scyldigne, Bt. 8; F. 24, 12. Ic ǽghwanane eom ungesǽlig, Hml. S. 30, 205.
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