bearn-teám
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bearn-teám
Substitute: I. progeny, offspring, issue Wlmér and his bearntém, Cht. Th. 592, 15. Hé bi þǽre fægerne bearnteám gestrýnde, seó wæs Agathes geháten, Chr. 1057; P. 188, 14. Seó gelaðung ácenð micelne bearnteám, Hml. A. 30, 161. hí heora bearn*-*teám gebringon tó Críste þurh fulluht, 34, 254. Þæt hié wolden fultum*-*leáse beón æt heora bearnteámum intercepta spe sobolis, Ors. 1, 14; S. 56, 22. II. child-bearing, procreation of children On ǽgþrum is mægðhád and eác swylce bearnteám, and se bearnteám ne wanode þone mægðhád, Hml. A. 31, 165. Isaac ábæd hyre bearnteámes, 38, 344. Gesceafta ne beóð ástealde bútan for bearnteáme ánum, 20, 161. Swíðor for bearnteáme þonne for gálnysse propagandi voluntas pia fuit, quia concumbendi voluntas libidinosa non fuit, Angl. vii. 44, 443: Hml. Th. ii. 54, 10: 70, 20: 94, 13. On gástlicum bearnteáme, Hml. A. 29, 129. [Scot. barn-teme, &c. v. Dict.]
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