blǽd
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blǽd
(properly bléd, v. blówan) fruit. AddBlǽd coma , Wrt. Voc. ii. 22, 41. Hé ábreác þæs forbodenan treówes æpples . . . hié þá blǽde þigdon, Angl. xi. 1, 19. Ábiteriað ðá bléda fructus amarescit , Past. 341, 24. Ácuciað ealle eorðlice blǽdu (-e, -a, v. ll.) and blðwað (printed bláwað), Lch. iii. 374, 21. Hit át áspringþ on leáfum and on blóstmum and on blédum, Bt. 34, 10; F. 150, 5. Beran ðá bléda gódra weorca ferre fructum boni operis , Past. 339, 21. Hé ábyrgde ðá forbodenan fíctreówes blǽda, Sal. K. 182, 34. Bléda, Nic. 17, 20. Ic sylle eów in eówrum bernum blǽde, Wlfst, 228, 15. Hí fretaþ eówre blǽde, þe gé big libban scylon, 229, 11. [v. N. E. D. blede. O. H. Ger. bluot flos.] v. plúm-blǽd; bléd in Dict.
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