æt-feolan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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æt-feolan
l. æt-feólan, and add: (from -feolhan); p. -fealh, pl. -fulgon, and -fǽlon (as if from -felan). I. to adhere, cleave (lit. and fig.) Ætfileð adhereat, Ps. Srt. 136, 6. Ætfalh adhesit, 43, 25: 62, 9. Ætfélun (-fulgon), Ps. Spl. C.) adheserunt, 24, 21. Ætfealan (not -feolan as in Dict.), 72, 28. II. fig. of continued action, to stick to, a. with idea of diligence, be instant in Ðæt hé geornlíce ætfealh ðǽre ðénunge ministerio sedulus insistere, Bd. 3, 19; S. 547, 14. Ðá hé geornlíce his leornunge ætfealh cum lectioni operam dedisset, 4, 23; S. 596, 16. Hié geornlíce heora gebedum ætfulgon. Bl. H. 201, 18. Ætfeolh ðú ðínum fæstenum jejuniis insiste, Bd. 4, 25; S. 599, 41. Ðearf is ic weacenum ætfeóle, S. 601, 3. Ðæt gé ætfeólen ðǽre láre ut praedicalioni servias, Past. 375, 5. b. with idea of persistence Ðá ætfealh se gesíþ geornlíce his bénum comes obnixius precibus instans, Bd. 5, 4; S. 617, 12. III. to press, impress, a. lit. Wrít þám horse on þám heáfde foran Crístes mǽl and on leoþa gehwilcum þe þú ætfeólan mæge, Lch. ii. 290, 24. b. fig. Þá þá him eádmódlíce ætfeólan his þegnas and lǽrdon hine, hé onfénge yrfe cum ei discipuli humiliter imminerent, ut possessiones acciperet, Gr. D. 201, 9. Cf. oþ-feólan.
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