cnyll
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cnyll
Add:I. clang, sound from metal S. Petrus þá duru belýcó . . . and hé þonne weorpeð þá cǽga ofer his exle intó helle. . . . Hlúd bið se cnyll ofer ealle eorðan, þonne seó cǽg fealleð innon helle, Hml. A. 169, 138. II. the stroke, sound of a bell Fram þám cnylle a primo pulsu, Angl. xiii. 432, 964. Siðþan hý þone forman cnyl (signum ) tó nóne gehýren, R. Ben. 74, 5. Þone óðerne cnyll secundum signum, R. Ben. I. 82, 13. v. fore-cnyll.
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