æt-íwness
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Feminine
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æt-íwness
e; f. I. shewing, display of what may be seen or noted Seó æteównes þára wíta ne byþ ná gelíce nyt eallum mannum, Gr. D. 317, 23. In þǽre ætýwnesse (-eáw-, v. l. ) wundorlices foretácnes, 19, 4. In æteównysse (-eáwnesse, v. l.) þæs ídlan gylpes, 77, 3. la. shewing which serves as proof :-- Ðerh menigo ðǽra táceno ædeáunisse per multa signorum experimenta , Jn. p, 2, 1. II. shewing, making known, manifestation a. of a circumstance Éristes ædeáunise resurrectionis manifestatio, Jn. p. 8, I. Áríse hine ðió engelica ædeáunise (revelatione ) ongéton, Lk. p. II, 8. b. of a person, bringing into public notice On dæg ædeáunise (-eównisse, R.) his in diem ostensionis suae, Lk. L. I. 80. ¶ in a special sense Epiphany :-- Ðone hálgan dæg æt Drihtnes , ætýwnesse. . . . On ðone sextan dæg þæs mónðes bið se mǽra dæg þone Grécas nemnað epiphania . . . is on úre geþeóde Drihtnes aetýwnessedæg. Shrn. 48, 9-15. III. shewing, making clear by explanation, exposition Bíspell gesætte breht ædeáwnise parabolam exponit clara manifeslatione . Mk. p. 3, 4. III a. shewing by orderly arrangement, argument of a book :-- Æteáuunis argumentum, Jn. p. I. I. IV. what is seen, a vision, an apparition Hé wolde witan ymbe þá ætýw-nysse þe him æteáwde, and cwæð: Hwæt is þeós gesihð þe mé æteáwde ?, Hml. S. 30, 56. Ealle þá ætýwnysse þára áwerigdra gásta onweg gewiton, Guth. 48, 18. v. æt-ýwnys in Dict.
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