be-fealdan
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be-fealdan
Add:I. to fold up, roll up Heofon biþ befealden swá swá bóc, Bl. H. 91, 25. Befalden swé swé geteld convoluta quasi tabernaculum, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 184, 30. I a. to bend the body (?) :-- Befealden (-feallen?) tó Hǽlendes cneówum hé cwæþ, Bl. H. 87, 36. II. to fold up in something, wrap up Hé þone líchaman on scýtan befeóld, Lk. 23, 53. Befeald hyt on caules leáfe, Lch. i. 106, 17. Befeald on wulle, 206, 1. II a. fig. :-- Befealdon contentum, sufficiens, Germ. 402, 54. III. to entwine; implicare Befealdende hófringas hófum inplicans orbes orbibus, An. Ox. 17. III a. fig. to involve, implicate :-- Befelt involvet, Kent. Gl. 1058. Ðæt hié ne sién tó wyrsan gecirde and ðǽron befealdne deterioribus implicantur, Past. 271, 12. IV. to attach Tó befeóld applicavit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 43. Hé (the town ) wæs tó þæs pápan ǽhte bifealden, Hml. A. 199, 150. [O. H. Ger. pi-faltan ivolvere.]
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