á-ídlan
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á-ídlan
á-íd(e)l(i)an. Add:I. to become vain, 1. to lose force, worth, &c. Áídliaþ exolescunt, Wrt. Voc. ii. 32, 50. Þe lǽs þe hé innan áídlode (inanesceret ), Gr. D. 59, 27. Áýdlian tabescere, Ps. L. 38, 12. Þá geseah se árleása áídlian his smeágunge, Hml. S. 4, 399. 2. to vanish Se áwyrigeda gást efne swá smíc beforan his ansýne áídlode, Guth. 34, 4. II. to make vain, deprive of force, worth, &c. Áídlie obunco, An. Ox. 18 b, 66. Þæt hé þá þe mid oferméttum hý sylfe for áht teliaþ áídele, R. Ben. 139, 1. Ðí hé com þæt hé áídlige ealle ðá hǽðengyld, Hml. Th. i. 456, 14. Ðisne geleáfan woldon ge*-*dwolmen áídlian and of Crístes gelaðunge mid ealle ádwǽscan, Hml. S. 23, 361. Áídlian frustrari, Wrt. Voc. ii. 151, 35. Áídlad frusta, 92, 24: cassata, 93, 58. Wæs áídlad cassaretur, 20, 37. Hí rǽddon þæt ealle his gesetnyssa áýdlode wǽron they decided that all his decrees should be annulled, Hml. Th. i. 60, 5. Ðá ðe beóð áídlode on ofer*-*sprǽce multiloquio vacantes, Past. 271, 10. Sume synd on dyrnlican gálscipe inne áídlode, Ll. Th. ii. 322, 14. II a. to deprive of with gen.) :-- Bedǽled and áídlad ǽlces gódes weorces a bonis actibus funditus exors vacat, Past. 67, 10. Hé bið innan áídlad ðǽre ryht*-*wísnesse intus veritate vacuatur, 111, 9.
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