cemban
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cemban
Add:1. to comb hair Genim þone camb þe heó ána hyre heáfod mid cemde (cæmde, v. l.), and nǽnig man ǽr mid cemde ne æfter cembe. Under ðám treówe cembe hyre feax ... bið lǽcedóm þǽre ðe hyre heáfod þǽr cembeþ (cæmbeð, v. l. ), Lch. i. 332, 11-18. Stríc þú mid þínum fingrum on þín feax nyþerwearad, swilce þú cembe þé, Tech. ii. 127, 5. Hý sculan hiora heáfod cemban, Lch. ii. 30, 31. 2. to comb wool, &c. Be cemdan wearpe de stuppe stamineo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 26, 62. [v. N. E. D. kemb. O. H. Ger. chempen pectere: Icel. kemba.] v. ge-cemban.
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