ciric-sceat
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ciric-sceat
v. cyric-sceat in Dict., and add Gange ǽgðer ge cyricsceat ge teóðunge intó þám hálgan mynstre, Cht. E. 236, 2. Freoh ǽlces weoruldcundes þeówetes búton þreóm þingum, án is circsceat, C. D. ii. 400, 29. On þæt gerád þe hé ǽlce geáre of þám lande geerige twégen æceras, and þǽron his circsceat gesáwe, and þæt eft gerípe and in gebringe, 398, 20. Þæt wé eal gelǽstan on geárgerihtan þæt úre yldran ǽr Gode behétan, þæt is . . . cyricsceattas, Wlfst. 113, 11. On ðæt gerád ðet hé gesylle ǽlce geáre . . . cyresceattas and cyresceatweorc, C. D. v. 162, 26. [v. N. E. D. church-scot.] Cf. circan lád under lád.
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