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be-díglian

  • verb [ weak ]
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to conceal,
with noun as object
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  • Hé ꝥ sóð bedíglað,

      Hml. A. 148, 104.
  • Bediólað gelt

    celat commissum,

      Kent. Gl. 361: 425.
  • Þíne rihtwísnesse ic on mínre heortan ne bedíglode (abscondidi), R. Ben. 11, 7:

    operui,

      28, 20.
  • Bedígla hit,

      Lch. iii. 188, 15.
  • Heó hine bedíglian (

    celare

    ) ne mihte,
      Ex. 2, 3: Hml. S. 2, 228.
  • Bedígledes secreti .i.

    occulti,

      An. Ox. 1442.
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  • Hé ne bedíglode ꝥ hé on Drihten gelýfde, Hml. S. 5, 160. I a.

    to conceal from (dat. )

    :-- Hé bedíglode his dǽda þám cásere,
      Hml. S. 5, 9.
  • Nán þing Gode bedíglian,

      Angl. xii, 513, 14.
  • Swilce his tócyme mancynne bedíglod wǽre,

      Hml. Th. i. 82, 30: Hml. A. 53, 84.
  • Þý lǽs mé ówiht in þǽm londe beholen oððe bedégled wǽre

    ne quid mihi in ignotis subtraheretur locis,

      Nar. 20, 21.
to be concealed, lie hid
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  • Ic nelle ꝥ þé þis bedíglige (-deóglige, v. l.) and sý bemiðen

    hoc nolo te lateat,

      Gr. D. 174, 30.
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