an-lícnes
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an-lícnes
Add:I. likeness, resemblance Hwí is gecweden ǽgþer ge anlícnyss (imago) ge gelícnyss (simililudo )? Seó anlícnyss is tó understandenne on þǽre écnysse, and seó gelícnyss on hire þeáwum, Angl. vii. 20, 178. Hé gestrínde sunu tó his gelícnesse and anlýcnysse, Gen. 5, 3. II. an example, model, figure, (in speaking) Sió anlícnes wæs gecueden figurate per habitum sacerdotis dicit, Past. 95, 11. Siexfealdre anlícnesse sena paradigmata, Wrt. Voc. ii. 89, 39. III. an image, figure Anlícnes anagrippa, Wrt. Voc. i. 285, 10 : ii. 8, 30. Anlícnesse colori, An. Ox. 1637. Sum árgeótere, sé mehte dón missenlica anlícnessa, Ors. l, 12 ; S. 54, 20. IIIa. an image used for worship, an idol; :-- Anlícnyssa simulacrorum, An. Ox. 3472. Hiora anlícnessa (imagines ) hefenisc fýr forbærnde, Ors. 2, 8; S. 94, 14. Rachel hæfde þá andlícnyssa (idola) forstolen, Gen. 31, 32. Ne wirce gé eów náne andlícnissa (scalptam similitudinem, aut imaginem ) ne wǽpmannes ne nýtenes ne fugeles, Deut. 4, 16. v. and-, on-lícnes in Dict.
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