á-heardian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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á-heardian
Add:I. physical Twǽgen healfa hláfas ic bróhte ... ádruwodon hí swá swá stán and áheardodon, Hml. S. 23 b, 520. Seó hýd ne mihte áheardian, 35, 162: Lch. ii. 250, 4. Hire wæs áweaxen swá áheardod hýd (obdurata cutis ) swylce olfendan, Gr. D. 287, 4. Tácn áheardodre lifre, Lch. ii. 204, 4. Gif hwylcum men ǽdran áheardode sýn, i. 196, 5. II. figurative. 1. of persons, a. to prove stern, inflexible þám mannum hé sceal dón synna forgifenysse þe hé gesihð þæt beóð onbryrde ðurh Godes gife, and þám sceal áheardian þe náne behreówsunge nabbað heora misdǽda, Hml. Th. i. 234, 4. b. to become hard, not to yield Éstfulle heortan áheardiað on stánes gecynde ongeán costnungum, Hml. Th. ii. 56, 9. c. to harden, become impervious to good Ðá ðe suá áheardigað ðæt hí yfel for nánum ege ne forlǽtað qui sic in iniquitate duruerunt ut neque per flagella corrigantur , Past. 175, 23. Ðá ðe beóð áheardode on un*-*ryhtwísnesse, 263, 4. Eówre heortan áheardode siondon, H. R. 7, 19. d. to become inured Áheardode hæerescit (lautomiae liminibus) , An. Ox. 4641. 2. of things, to be rigid, be insisted upon, not to be relaxed Gif þæs ealdres cwide þurhwunað and his gebod áheardað si in sua sententia prioris imperium perduraverit , R. Ben. 128, 17. [O. H. Ger. ar-hartén.] v. á-hirdan, -hyrdan (not -hyrdian).
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