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be-dydrian

  • verb [ weak ]
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to delude
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  • Bedydrode

    lubricat, lubricos facit, decipit,

      An. Ox. 50, 30.
  • Se swicola feónd hí swíðe bedydrode, swilce ðǽr sum hús sóðlíce forburne,

      Hml. Th. ii. 140, 15: 166, 9.
  • Þá dwolmen hine bedydrodon,

      Hml. S. 3, 316, 320.
  • God sylf forbeád ꝥ wé swefnum ne folgion, þe lǽs ðe se deófol ús bedydrian (bedrian,

      Glostr. Frag. 10, 30) mæge, 21, 413.
to conceal from (
wið)
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  • Se swicola bedyddrað (-dyderað, -dydrað,

    v. ll.

    ) his dǽda wið menn, ac hí beóð geopenode oft unþances,
      Hml. S. 19, 174.
Etymology
[Itt maȝȝ þe wrecche follc forrblendenn and bididdrenn, Orm. 15391.]
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v.  bedrian.
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