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Add:Fero ic bere gǽð ðus; fers ðú berst (byrst), fert hé berð (byrð), Ælfc. Gr. Z. 199, 6. Bierð bajulat. Wrt. Voc. ii. II, 66. Bireþ gestat, 41, 59. I. with sense of motion, to carry, bring. 1. with concrete object Hié mé on heofenas beraþ, Bl. H. 183, 6. Hié bǽron Marian líchoman oþþæt hié cóman tó þǽre byrgenne, 155, 6. þá hié gesáwan þá deádan men tó eorþan beran, Ors. 3, 10 ; S. 138, 26. Cumað beorende reopan heara, Ps. Srt. 125, 6. 2. with abstract object Bær Godwine eorl úp his mál Earl Godwine brought up his cause, Chr. 1052 ; P. 183, 6. Sceal úre ánra gehwylc beran his dǽda beforan Crístes heáhsettle, Bl. H. 63, 30. Hwylc handleán we him forþ tó berenne habban, 91, 14. 3. used impersonally ; cf. similar use in Icelandic Swá hwæt swá þé on eáge byreð (cf. mart (acc.) berr fyrir augu mér) whatever (the dream) brings to your sight, Lch. iii. 154, 22. II. without sense of motion, (i) to bear, support a burden Sió eax byrþ eallne ione wxn, Bt. 39, 7; F. 220, 28. Hé bierð (byrð, v. l. ] on bis heortan ðá byrðenne ðæs bismeres, Past. 73, 1 2. Wyrþe hié heofoncining on heora heortum beran, Bl. H. 79, 33. (I a) to suffer :-- Ðá scylda ðára scamleásena hé tǽlde, suelce hé efnsuíðe him bǽre at/asi compatiens, Past. 207, 17. 2. to carry: — Hié hine létan heora seódas beran. Bl. H. 69, 11. (2a) to bear arms, wear clothes, &c, carry a mark, & c. Hé bireð on his móde opena wunda, Past. 61, 1. Þriwa hé bær his cynehelm ǽlce geáre, Chr. 1086 ; P. 219, 32. 3. to bear a child, fruit, &c. Hé nánne wæsðm ne bireð, Past. 337, 13. Birð, 339, 13. Eua bær teáras on hire innoþe, Bl. H. 3, 12. Beorende enixa, Txts. 59, 751. Berende bið effeta. Wrt. Voc. ii. 30, 57. Berend(e) ferax, 35, 17.]þeós eorðe is berende missenlicra fugela auium ferax terra, Bd. 1. 1 ; Sch. 8, 11. Hit is berende on wecga órum uenis metallorum fecunda, Sch. 9, 3. Scép beorende oves fetosae, Ps. Srt. 143, 13. Stánas ne sint berende, Sal. K. p. 186, 30. Sý swá boren swá hé sý whatever his birth be, Ll. Th. i. 248, 4. DER. bul-, wearg-, weax-, wól-, yfel-berende ; ǽwisc-, síþ -, telg-, wæter-, wróht-berend ; wudu-bǽre ; ǽht-, bet-, betst-, blind-, ceorl-, cifes-, cyne-, deór-, efen-, ful-, sím-, síþ-, þegen-, þeów-, un-, wel-boren.
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