ciric-sócn
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ciric-sócn
Substitute: I. going to church, attendance at church Þæt crístene men þæne egesan ǽfre ne dreógan þæt hý deófolgyld weorðian, for ðám ne fremeð ǽnig cyricsócn ǽfre ǽnigum þéra þe þæt óðer drýhð, Wlfst. 281, 5. Þeówetlingas weorces beón gefreóde wið cyricsócne, 171, 20. Lufian cyricsócne, 112, 17. Þisne dæg wurþian mid ciricsócnum, H. R. 17, 26. Mid cyricsócnum cealdum wederum, Dóm. L. 30, 4. II. seeking a church for protection, a church as sanctuary. v. sócn, VI. Be ciricsócnum. Gif hwá sié deáðes scyldig, and hé cirican geierne, Ll. Th. i. 104, 12. III. the territory of a church Ic wille ðat se byrig æt Winintúne and feówer hídan landes ðǽrtó mid ðáre cyrice and mid ðáre cyricsócne . . . and mid ðám lande æt ðǽre leá liggen intó Westmynstre, C. D. iv. 220, 19. [v. N. E. D. church-soken. Icel. kirkjú-sókn church-attendance; a parish (modern).]
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