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AddBrygc pons , Wrt. Voc. i. 80, 50. Brícg, 54, 11. Hét Maxentius oferbricgian ðá eá mid scipum, and syððan ðylian swá swá óðre bricge . . . hé ne gemunde ðǽre leásan bricge þe hé álecgan hét, Homl. Th. ii. 304, 21-27. Þǽre bricce geweorc, C. D. B. iii. 659, 2. Of ðǽre brigce, C. D. iii. 259, 32. Æt þǽre brycge (brycg, v. l. ), Ors. 6, 30 ; S. 282, 26. Bricge gesihð carleáste getácnað, Lch. iii. 210, 5. Ceastre and strǽta and brycge (-a, v. l. ) geworhte wǽron, Bd. 1. 11; Sch. 31, 1. ¶ of the importance attached to bridges in early England the following passages speak :-- Sé þe þára mihta hæbbe . . . gódige Godes cyrican, . . . and gódige folces fær mid bricgum ofer deópe wæteru and ofer fúle wegas, Ll. Th. ii. 282, 10. Wyrcan wé simle brycge and þá bétan. Ðeáh se man nime ǽnne stán and lecge on fúl slóh, þæt se ælmesman mæge mid þám óðrum fét steppan on ðá clǽnan healfe, þæt him bið micel méd for Gode, Wlfst. 239, 9. Wé magon swýþe micele þearfe and ælmessan ús sylfum gedón, gif wé willað bricge macian and þá symle bótettan, 303, 8. v. þel-brycg.
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