æt-sacan
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æt-sacan
Add:I. to deny a statement, 1. with gen. Rihte ðú hyt ongytst, ne mæg ic þæs ætsacan. Shrn. 182, 7. 2. with clause Ætsace (oð-, v. l. , neget ) sé, sé þe dyrre, þæt þæt angin nǽre gestilled for Code, Ors. 6, 4; S. 260, 4. I a. 1. absolute Gif man ætsace, ládige hine mid þry-fealdre láde, Ll. Th. i. 404, 2 : ii. 298, 7, 10, 13. 2. with gen. Sege ús hwǽr se hord sý þe þú fundest and hine bedyrndest; þý lǽs þe þú his ætsace, hér is se man þe sum feoh hæfð on handa, Hml. S. 23, 663. II. to deny a fact, not to admit that something has been done, with gen. Ætsóc Goda þæs feós ǽgiftes negavit sibi libras per-solutas fuisse , Cht. Th. 201, 28. Gif mon sié dumb geboren, hé ne mæge his synna ætsacan, Ll. Th. i. 70, 15. III. to deny, refuse permission Nis ǽnig dǽl mínes líchaman ic þé ætsacan wille þú hine þweá, Hml. A. 157, 147. IV. to deny a person, disown, 1. with gen. Ne ætsace ic þín non te negabo . Mk. 14, 31. Hé ætsæcð Crístes, Wlfst. 85, l. Þæt hí Godes ætsacan and deófle tó gebúgan, 97, 3. 2. with acc. , Mk. 14, 72 : Lk. 22, 34. v. æt-sæcst in Dict.
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