án-rǽdnes
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án-rǽdnes
Add:I. unanimity, concord Birðóerlic ánrǽdnyss fraterna concordia, Scint. 13, 4. hí (bishops ) smeágan ymbe ánrǽdnesse and sóðe gesibsumnesse, Ll. Th. ii. 316, 12. II. of a single act, decision, resolution Heó mid módes ánrǽdnesse áwrát óðer gewrit, Ap. Th. 21, 1. III. of continued action, constancy, perseverance, resolution Ánrǽdnes perseuerantia, assiduitas, An. Ox. 1163. Fortitudo, is strængð oððe ánrédnyss, Hml. S. 1, 165. Instantia boni operis, is ánrǽdnyss gódes weorces, 16, 357. Óþer is módignyss, óþer is ánrǽdnyss pride is one thing, constancy another, 34, 325. Wacigende on ealre ánrǽdnysse (instantia), Scint. 30, 11: An. Ox. 75: constantia, 1653. Oferwinnan ásolcennysse mid sóðre ánrǽdnysse, Hml. Th. ii. 222, 23: Hml. A. 20, 155. For heora ánrǽdnisse and heora trýwðe wið God, Ælfc. T. Grn. 1. 2. Hé on gódum gelimpum ne forlǽt his ánrǽdnesse, Wlfst. 51, 23. Ánrǽdnysse statum (cordis), An. Ox. 4468.
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