á-þreótan
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á-þreótan
Add: To make weary. I. used impersonally with acc. of person, 1. alcne Hwæðerne áþreóteð ǽr which will be tired out first, Sal. 428. 2. with gen. of object of weariness Eów þæs lungre áþreát, El. 368. Áðreát ðá hiéremenn ryhtes lífes, Past. 129, 4. Hú micel scyld ðæt sié ðæt monn áðreóte ðǽre nǽtinge yfelra monna, 353, II. His mé sceal áþreótan, Ors. 5, 2 ; S. 218, 21. 3. with a (negative) clause Ðæt hiene ná ne áðriét ðæt hé hí tó him ne laðige non cessat vocare, Past. 405, 22. Ne áðreát hine ná ðæt hé ðá dysegan ne tǽlde nec insanientes cessabat reprehendere, 355, 16. Heó wile late áþreótan þæt heó fǽhðo ne týdre she will be slow to weary of exciting enmity, Sal. 447. 4. with dat. infin. Mé sceal áðreótan tó ásecgenne taedet referre, Ors. 1, 8 ; S. 42, 12. II. personal. Dele the meanings given. [Goth. us-þriutan : O. H. Ger. ar-driozan impers. with acc. of person and gen. of thing, also with zi and infin.] v. un-áþroten, á-þrítan.
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