be-windan
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be-windan
Add:I. to wrap an object in or with something Heó bewand þá hand on godwebbe, Shrn. 59, 35. Hé hine biwand in líne turn involvit sindone. Mk. R. 15, 46. Biuundun (ligauerunt) mid hræglum, Jn. L. 19, 40. Bewindan (involvant) hi þæs cildes hand on weofodsceate, R. Ben. 102, 14. Hét bewindan heora handa mid flexe, Hml. S. 4, 392. He forðférde, and his lie bewunden læg, Hml. Th. ii. 24, 22. þé God hæfde wære bewunden God had kept thee on every side, An. 535. Gé gemétað án cild hræglum bewunden (pannis involutum), Lk. 2, 12. II. to serve as covering, girdle, &c. to an object, encircle, surround Hé ceastre weall geseah Sennera feld sídne bewindan, Dan. 602. [v. N. E. D. be-wind. Goth. bi-windan: O. Sax. bi-windan : O. H. Ger. pi-wintan.]
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