be-warenian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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be-warenian
-warnian. Substitute: I. to guard one's self against, keep one's self from, avoid, a. with prep, (wiþ ) Gif hé hine ne bewarenað wið þá unþeáwas miseras fugare querelas non posse, Met. 16, 23. Ðí ðe hié wið scylda bewareniað qui se a pravis custodiunt. Past. 437, 6. Sýn hý eáþmóde, bewarnian hý wiþ módignesse, R. Ben. 140, 8. b. with negative clause Hí bewarniaþ hí, hi hira mód ne besmítaþ mentem inquinare devitant, Gr. D. 209, 8. hí hí sylfe bewarnian, hí ne þurfan cuman ne ipsi veniant, 310, 21. II. to ward off from one's self þá óþre geseóð þi yfel, tó þon hí heom bewarnian þá, and þás beóð þe má wítnode þe hí noldon heom bewarnian þá hellewítu ut isti videant mala quae caveant, illi vero eo amplius puniantur, quod inferni supplicia vitare noluerunt, Gr. D. 321, 7. II a. to guard against :-- Sý bewarnod, þæt hit ná ne gesǽle caveatur ne proveniat, R. Ben. 36, 5. III. to watch, guard þú bewarnast observaberis, Ps. Spl. 129, 3. v. next word.
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