ǽn-lic
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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ǽn-lic
Add:I. only, single Aenli simplex, Txts. 115, 156. Ðú ðe ǽnlic eart Godes bearn, Hml. S. 23, 806. Ǽnlican míne unicam meam, Ps. Spl. 34, 20. II. alone, solitary Ǽnlic (unicus ) and ðearfa ic eom, Ps. Spl. 24, 17. III. excellent, peerless, &c. Hú beorht, mire, ǽnlic O preclara, i. splendida, An. Ox. 1266. Ǽnlic aurea, 1461: Hy. S. 24, 7. Sum swíðe ǽnlic wer and foremǽre quidam spectabilis vir, Gr. D. 307, 1. Adrianus wæs geong and ǽnlic, Shrn. 59, 28. Fæger on ansýne and ǽnlic, 88, 13. Ǽnlicu Godes drút alma Dei genetrix, Dóm. L. 290. Ǽnlicum claro, An. Ox. 3082: preclaram, 3721. Hí ealle licgað on ǽnlicum wurðmynte, Hml. S. 29, 333. Tó Antiochia ðǽre ǽnlican byrig, 3, 298. On Eferwíc ðæt ǽnlice mynster, 26, 109. Tó ǽnlicum aurea (in astra ), An. Ox. 1438. Hé oft dyde swýðe ǽnlice ðincg, Hml. S. 13, 270. Ðá ǽnlecan heápas investes catervas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 44, 40. Ǽnlicre (elicre, Wrt.) wæs prestare, 81, 64. Ǽnlicoste pulcherrima, i. speciosissima, An. Ox. 2113. Hé arn tó ánum ylpe ðe ðǽr ǽnlicost wæs, Hml. S. 25, 581. [Ungerím swýðe ǽnlices folces, Chr. 1120; P. 249, 20.]
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