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bismerian

  • verb [ weak ]
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  • Bysmraþ

    adludit,

      An. Ox. 46, 37.
  • Hé bysmraþ men mid his dreócræfte,

      Bl. H. 183, 35.
  • Se synfulla bysmraþ (

    irritavit

    )
      Drihten, Ps. Th. 9, 23.
  • Mec þás elreordegan nú bysmergeað

    illudi me a barbaris existimavi,

      Nar. 25, 26.
  • Bysmrode ic hine mid mínum ondswarum,

      18, 13.
  • Hé hí tintrade and bismrade, oþ hié mid ealle wǽron fordón and forhiéned

    cruentissimam victoriam exercuit,

      Ors. 3, 7; S. 118, 25.
  • Hé þá biscepas for þǽre sægene swíþe bismrade

    irridens eos,

      3, 10; S. 140, 2.
  • Hé hine bismerode

    adortus est ilium contumeliis,

      Bt. 18, 4; F. 66, 28.
  • Hié hine on þǽm tǽldon and bismrodan, ꝥ ...,

      Bl. H. 215, 9.
  • Ne míne fýnd mé for ðý ne bysmrian (

    irrideant

    ),
      Ps. Th. 24, 2.
  • Mihtest þú bismerian þás andweardan welan,

      Bt. 14, 3; F. 46, 32.
  • Folces bysmri(g)endes (beosmr-,

    v. l.) vulgi insultantis,

      Bd. 5, 12; Sch. 620, 7.
  • Gehispende, bysmriende

    insultantes, i. exprobrantes,

      An. Ox. 1474.
  • Bismriende mid myclere bismre,

      Bl. H. 243, 7.
  • Se mon bið bismrod (-ad) (

    inluditur

    ) swá swá ðurh swefen,
      Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 93, 10.
  • Bismrud,

      Lk. 18, 32.
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Etymology
[He bisemereþ and scorneþ þe guode men, Ayenb. 22, 20. O. H. Ger. bismarón illudere, blasphemare.]
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