bin
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Feminine
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bin
binn. Add: binne, an; f. I. a receptacle for food, a basket; cofinus In binne in cofino, Ps. Srt. 80, 7. Þára hláfgebroca wæs tó láfe twelf binna fulle, Shrn. 48, 32. II. - a crib, manger Ne untígð eówer ǽlc his oxan fram þǽre binne (praesepio ) ?, Lk. 13, 15. 'Se assa oncneów his hlafordes binne.' Þá geseah heó þæt cild licgan on binne, ðǽr se oxa and se assa gewunelíce fódan sécað, Hml. Th. i. 42,25. Geléd on þǽre binne, 40, 32. Ic sceal fyllan binnan (praesepia ) oxan mid híg, Coll. M. 19, 35. III. a stall Ne bið nýten on binnum non erit armentum in praesepibus. Cant. Ab. 17. [v. N. E. D. bin.] v. hunig-, yrse-bin.
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