be-beorgan
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be-beorgan
Substitute: I. to ward off something (acc. or inst.) from one's self (dat.), to guard one's self against. 1. with dat. of person only, to save one's self Hí heom sylfum beburgon mid Godes fultume, Gr. D. 335, 24. hé mihte him bebeorgan, 109, 33. 2. dat. of person and a. acc. of thing hié him sylfum heora synna bebeorgaþ, Bl. H. 63, 24. Hé bebearh him hí and warnode hine wiþ hí swá swá wið þone ealdan feónd eam quasi hostem cavens, Gr. D. 276, 2. Þá wítu þe hí him sylfum beburgon supplicia quae evaserunt, 335, 21. Bebeorh þé þone bealoníð, B. 1758. hí him wíte bebeorgen, Gr. D. 336, 16. Ús syndon tó bebeorhgenne þá mycclan synna, Bl. H. 63, 33. b. dat. or inst. of thing Hé him bebeorgan ne con wóm wundor*-*bebodum wergan gástes, B. 1746. II. to guard one's self (acc.) against (wiþ) something Bebeorh þé wið þá eahta heáhsynna cave tibi ab octo capitalibus criminibus, Ll. ii. 132, 5, 9. [O. H. Ger. bi-bergan evitare.]
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