ǽrendian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ǽrendian
Add:I. to go on an errand (acc.), act as emissary or advocate in a matter Se munuc ðe hit ǽrendode the monk that had been sent on this business, Gr. D. 29, 28. Gif hwelc forworht monn bitt úrne hwelcne ðæt wé hine lǽden tó sumum rícum menn and him geðingien, . . . Gif hé mé cúð ne bið, ic wille him cueðan: 'Ne mæg ic ðæt ǽrendigean (ǽrendian, Cott. MSS.)' si quis veniat, ut pro se ad intercedendum nos apud potentem quempiam virum, qui nobis est incognitus, ducat, protinus respondemus: 'Ad intercedendum venire non possumus,' Past. 63, 5. I a. to go on an errand to () a person :-- Ðá sende hé monn tó ðǽm arcebisceope and tó Eádberhte, and him héht sæcgan ðæt hé wilnade ðæs londes. Ðá se ærcebisceop and Eádberht hit wǽrun ǽrndiende tó cyninge when they were advocating the matter to the king, Cht. Th. 47, 30. II. to go on an errand for a person (dat.) to () another, intercede Grípan on ðá scíre ðæt hé ǽrendige óðrum monnum tó Gode apud Deum intercessionis locum pro populo arripere, Past. 63, 7: Gen. 665. III. to go on a mission for an object (gen.), negotiate for Ðá ǽrenddracan ðe his cwale ǽrendedon (-odon, ǽrnddedon, v. ll.) those who had been sent to procure his death, Bd. 2, 12; Sch. 160, 23. III a. with dat. of person for whom :-- Se esne ðe ǽrendað his woroldhláforde wífes the servant who is sent to procure a wife for his lord, Past. 143, 1. [He bad heom arndien him to þan kingen, Lay. 23315. Ernde me to þi lauerd funde preces ad dominum, Kath. 2127.] v. ge-ǽrendian.
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