á-hwǽnan
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á-hwǽnan
Add: to grieve, afflict Wá þám þe wudewan and steópcild oftost áhwǽneð (ut essent viduae praeda eorum, et pupillos diriperent, Isaiah 10, 2), Wlfst. 48, 2. Þæt hí wydewan and steópcild tó oft ne áhwǽnan, ac georne hý gladian, 309, 3: Ll. Th. i. 326, 25. For ðisum wearð Theodosius þearle áhwǽned, and hé his líc for ðǽre sárignysesse mid wácon reáfe scrýdde . . . God hine ná lengc áhwǽnedne habban nolde, Hml. S. 23, 393, 402. Utan fréfrian áhwǽnede and hyrtan ormóde, Wlfst. 119, 8. [Þe lavedies to me meneþ And wel sore me ahweneþ, O. and N. 1564.]
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