be-leán
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be-leán
Substitute: pp. -lagen. I. to restrain a person (dat.) from something (acc.) by blaming, to prohibit Hé willnode þæt hé móste mid him sweltan, þeáh se bisscop him þæt swíðe belóh (tametsi ipso multum prohibente), Bd. 5, 19; Sch. 661, 18. preóstas ofer-druncen georne beleán óðrum mannum that priests restrain other men from drunkenness by their earnest condemnation of it, Ll. Th. ii. 256, 14. Næs nán wítega ásend tó hǽðenum folce, þe heora gedwyld belóge, Hml. Th. ii. 76, 6. Ne inc ǽnig mon beleán mihte sorhfulne sið nobody could keep you turn from the grievous adventure by pointing out its folly, B. 511. Ðǽm lytegan is ǽresð tó beleánne hiera selflíce, ðæt hié ne wénen ðæt hié sién wiése in hebetibus hoc primum destruendum est, quod se sapientes arbitrantur, Past. 203, 9. Him sí belagen ðæt hí dóð sunt destruenda ea, in quibus nequiter versant, 441, 7. II. to charge with (? v. be-hlígan) Wídgongel wíf mon wommum bilihð, Gn. Ex. 65. [For to bileande no man werpe þe gilt of his sinne anuppen God, Hml. ii. 107, 10. O. H. Ger. pi-lahan.]
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