á-reccan
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á-reccan
Add: I. to stretch out, spread out Álecge hé his swiþran hand him under heáfod áreahte, Lch. ii. 214, 10. II. to hold out to, to grant, v. reccan, II. Árecte (-æ) concesserim, Txts. 53, 523 (cf. 106, 1089). Áræctæ, Wrt. Voc. ii. 14, 69. III. to raise, lift up Dryhten áreceð (eregit ) alle gecnysede, Ps. Srt. 144, 14. Hé árehte (erexit ) horn haelu, ii. p. 199, 6. Up árehte sindun erecti sumus, 19, 9. Upp árehte arrectas, Wrt. Voc. ii. 10, 3. IV. to excite, astonish [cf. O. H. Ger. arrachte exciti] Áreahtum attonitis (oculis ), Kent. Gl. 579. Árehtum attonitis (auditoribus), An. Ox. 7, 144: attonitis (spectatoribus), 8, 187. V. to recount, tell, declare :-- Árecco eructuabo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 65. Arecþ refert, 142, 39. Árehtun (-an, -on) expresserunt, 108, 5 : 30, 14: 145, 55 : retulerunt, i. narraverunt. An. Ox. 2910. Þæt hyra nán ne wandode for mínum ege þæt hý þæt folcriht árehton, Cht. Th. 486, 25. Hwá is þæt þe eall ðá yfel þe hí dónde wǽron ásecgean mæge oððe áreccean ?, Ors. 1, 8; S. 42, 7. tó áreccganne (-secganne?) expediari, Lk. p. 3, 7. VI. to explain, expound Areccan explanare, Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 46. Swǽ ic hié andgitfullícost áreccean meahte, Past. 7, 24. Ðis wé willað hwéne rúmedlícor áreccean haec paulo latius replicando disseramus, 75, 17. Sié áreaht expolietur, Wrt. Voc. ii. 31, 69. [O. H. Ger. ar-recchen exprimere, edere, explicare, exponere, digerere.]
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