á-tyhtan
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á-tyhtan
Add:I. to stretch; tendere, attendere, extendere, in-tendere Hí átiht (adtendit) fram slǽwþe, Scint. 67, 2. Átiht (extende) þá só;ðan lufe gynd ealne embehwyrft, 2, 16. Þænne geþanc ná tó bebodum só;ðre lufe byð átiht (tenditur), 53, 7. Átyht, Past. 301, 19. Óðer bið tó ungemetlíce átyht inordinate extenditur, 293, 13. ¶ Átyht intent :-- Átiht mid bígenge his gebedes orationis studio intentus, Gr. D. 71, 10: Scint. 36, 16. Átihtre smeágunge intenta meditations, 124, 2. His eágena átihtan scearpnysse, Gr. D. 171, 14. Eárum átihtum, Dóm. L. 69. II. to persuade, incite Wé átihtaþ suademus, R. Ben. I. 84, 10.
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