be-limpan
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be-limpan
Add:I. to belong to Belimpþ attinet. An. Ox. 27, 22. 1. of possession Se dæg (the extra day of leap-year) belimpþ ǽgðer ge tó ðǽre sunnan ge tó ðám mónan, Lch. iii. 264, 13. Þá termina gebyriaþ ł belimpað tó Pentecosten, Angl. viii. . 329, 2. 2. of subordination or subjection Þæt Witland belimpeð tó Éstum, Ors. 1, 1; S. 20, 6. Þá belimpað tó þám deófle þe grǽdignysse gefremmað, Scrd. 20, 10. Eal ðæt folc þe tó his ríce belomp, Shrn. 120, 33. Manege scíran mid weorce tó Lundenne belumpon, Chr. 1097; P. 234, 5. 3. to be of a class Þá þuneras ne belimpað tó ðám ðunere þe on þyssere lyfte brastlað, Lch. iii. 280, 12. Belimpende pertinentes (ad inferiorem gradum), An. Ox. 872. 4. to be proper for, adapted to Þás lǽcedómas belimpað tó eallum innoþa mettrymnessum, Lch. ii. 158, 1, Leóð þá þe tó ǽfestnesse belumpon carmina religioni apta, Bd. 4, 24; Sch. 481, 5. Ǽlc man, hwæt his háde tó belumpe, folgade, Chr. 1086; P. 219, 31. 5. to concern, be the concern of a person Hwæt belympð tó þé hwylcere mǽgðe ic sý, Hml. S. 19, 56. 6. to pertain to, relate to, have to do with Þá þing þe Gode belimpað, Ex. 4, 16. Ðá ðing ðe tó scipene belimpað, Angl. ix. 260, 5. Plegan tó ðám bæðstede belimpende, An. Th. 12, 18. II. to happen, befall Belamp evenit, contigit, An. Ox. 3203. Belamp se arƀ férde tó Róme, Chr. 1070; P. 206, 7. Ðætte ne wyrsa ðé bilimpe (blimpe, L. contingat ), Jn. R. 5, 14. Þæt him ne belimpe se egeslica cwyde that the terrible sentence be not applied to them, Hml. Th. ii. 536, 6. III. to become, attain the character of Þis godspel ús tó bysene belimpeþ éces lífes, Bl. H. 15, 32. Þá ælmessan þe gé syllaþ eów tó nǽnigre áre ne belimpaþ (-eþ, MS.), 41, 23. Ðæt bið unnyt word, ðætte gescédwíse menn ne magon ongietan ðæt hit belimpe tó ryhtwíslicre ðearfe otiosum verbum est, quod ratione justae necessitatis caret, Past. 281, 12.
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