bróc
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bróc
affliction, l. broc, and add: I. labour, laborious effort Hé mihte bútan broce ealra Cartaina anweald begitan, Ors. 4, 5 ; B. 83, 13. Mid útancumenum brocum gelǽred exterioribus studiis eruditus , Gr. D. 180, 10. II. misery, affliction, trouble Swá gemune men wǽron ǽlces broces, Ors. l, 10 ; 8. 48, 12. Hwylc broc and hwylc sár (laborem et dolorem ) wé þoliað, Ps. Th. 9, 34. Ic ádreáh mycel broc mid Petre I have suffered much annoyance from Peter , Bl. H. 175, 12. Ðeáh hine ðá brocu getýn and gelǽren nam adversitatis magisterio sub disciplina cor premitur , Past. 35, 12. Eówre brocu nú lǽssan sindon þonne heora þá wǽre, Ors. 3, 7 ; S. 120, ii. 14, 8. Ealle þá sár and þá brocu þe se man tó gesceapen is, Bl. H. 59, 33. III. disease, bodily trouble or hurt Ǽlc broc cymð of deófle and nán bót . . . hé sent on unwære menn oððon on heora yrfe sum swíðlic brocc . . . byð þæt brocc líðre, Wlfst. ll, 15-12, 5. Þæt broc þæt hé áræfnode, Gr. D. 22, 5. Ansund eallum limum fram þám egeslican broce (paralysis ). Hml. S. 26, 218. On his broke hé Gode fela behǽsa behét, Chr. 1093; P. 227, 22. v. scip-, weorold-broc.
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