cnyllan
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cnyllan
Add:I. to strike, knock, clap Tósomne cnyllaþ conliserint, Wrt. Voc. ii. 134, 66. Cnyllan complodere vel concutere, conlidere, 133, 5. II. to strike a door, knock Cnyllas gé pulsate . . . ðǽm cnyllende (cnyllenda, p. 15, 7) pulsanti, Mt. L. 7, 7, 8. III. to strike, ring a bell Þonne þone óðerne cnyll cnylð (þonne mon eft cnylle, R. Ben. 74, 7) dum secundum signum pulsaverit, R. Ben. I. 82, 13. Þænne se cyrcwerd tácn cnylle, Angl. xiii. 398, 475. Swilce hé gehwǽde bellan cnyllan, Tech. ii. 118, 9. Sí cnylled forme tácn, Angl. xiii. 391, 374. v. ge-cnyllan.
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