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á-wundrian

  • verb [ weak ]
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Substitute:
to wonder, be astonished
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  • Ic áwundrode

    mirabar,

      Gr. D. 244, 13.
  • Áwundrode eall se líchama in þám wífum

    omne in eis corpus obrigesceret,

      284, 21.
  • Áwundradon mirabantur, Lk. L. 1, 21: 4, 22:

    mirati sunt,

      8, 25.
  • Áundrad wæs

    miratus est,

      7, 9.
  • Ꝥ hé woere áwundrad ut miraretur, Mk. L. 15, 5, Áwundrade woeron, mirati sunt, Lk. L. 2, 18:

    ammirati sunt,

    48:
      11, 14.
to wonder at, admire, magnify
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  • Áuundradon God magnificabant Deum, Lk. L. 5, 26. ¶

    in

    El. 581 áwundrad seems corrupt; Zupitza suggests áwended.
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