beorþor
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beorþor
Add:I. child-bearing, I. bringing forth of a child; partus Ǽr þám þe heó cenne, and æfter hire beorðre antequam pariat, et post partum suum, Ll. Th. ii. 154, 3. Gif hé mónðe ǽr þám beorþre (ante partum ) hǽmð, 24. Ǽr þám beorðre and æfter þǽre ácenned-nysse ante partum et post partum, 190, 20: Bl. H. 155, 33. Þurh hire beorþor sceolde beón gehǽled eall wífa cynn, 5, 23. hé wǽre framm 2. gestation Þá ácende heó ðæt bearn on ðone seofoðan mónað þæs beorðres, Shrn. 61, 2. II. what is born partus, foetus Þæs byrþres líc on hire innoþe, Lch. iii. 146, 14. Mid beorþre foetu, Wrt. Voc. ii. 36, 34. Drihten ingc syleð myccle grównysse on ingcran beorðre, Hml. A. 124, 257. Þú sealdest eallum gesceaftum byrðor, 120, 121. v. byrþor in Dict
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