cúþ-líce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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cúþ-líce
Add:I. 1. with verbs denoting either the possession or the imparting of knowledge, certainly, well, clearly Ðeáh hit mon cúðlíce wite, hit is tó forberanne aperte cognita toleranda, Past. 151, 10. Cúðlíce wé witon (wé witon, ús eallum cúþ is, v. l.) mihi luce clarius constat, Gr. D. 8, 29. Ic hæbbe cúðlíce (gearolíce, v. l. ) ongiten, 1, 3. Þis folc oncnáwe cúðlíce þú eart Dryhten, Hml. S. 18, 130. Cúðlíce geséne cognoscitur, Jn. p. 3, 11. Hé þá tóweardan mannum cydde swá cúðlíce (cf. 62, 17) swá þá andweardan, Guth. 60, 21: Bl. H. 127, 28. Cúðlíce gewissian, Hml. Th. i. 440, 1. Bí ðǽm spræc Dauid swíðe cúðlíce on psalmum, swá hé hit oft ácunnad hæfde, Past. 375, 1. Ic wylle eów gyt cúðlícor secgan, þæt gé hit magon þe swutelícor ongytan, Wlfst. 15, 7. (1 a) with verbs of guidance, with skill, expertly :-- Ic méde gehét þǽm þe ús cúþlíce gelǽddon þurh þá uncúðan land pollicitus his praemia qui nos periti regionum ducebant per ignota loca, Nar. 6, 11. 2. evidently, certainly Cúðlíce is constat, Wrt. Voc. ii. 21, 34. Sceoldan þá word beón ealle cúðlíce gelǽste ðe se Hǽlend cwæð, Wlfst. 261, 11. II. (adverbial) conjunction (cf. sóþlíce) Cúðlíce nemphe, Wrt. Voc. ii. 61, 55. Cúðlíce ł for ðon (þonne ł cúþlíce, R.) igitur, Mt. L. 12, 28: p. 9, 8: ergo, 1, 17: autem, 19: 5, 37. Cúþlíce swá hwylcne man swá hý gefóð þonne fretað hí hine nam quoscunque capiunt comedunt, Nar. 36, 3: Gr. D. 188, 23. Cúðlíce (for þon, v. l. ) wé magon nú gehyran, 2, 22. Cúðlíce hé wæs freóh fram leahtre liber quippe a vitio, 102, 7. Cúplíce wuldor þysses middangeardes is sceort, Bl. H. 65, 14: 61, 30: 81, 3. Swá hwæt swá bið on marmstáne ic sóþlíce wyrce, and ic him cúðlíce tǽce, Hml. S. 36, 76. III. 1. in a friendly manner Clipode seó wimman cúðlíce him tó, Jud. 4, 22. Hí tó him cúðlíce sprǽcon . . . Wé nellað þé leng swencan, Guth. 30, 17: Hml. S. 25, 104: 17, 69. 2. familiarly, as an acquaintance Wunode Dionisius mid Clemente cúðlíce, Hml. S. 29, 125. Clemens Dionisium him cúðlíce tó lét and mid lufe geheóld, Hml. Th. i. 560, 1. Wé mágon cúðlíce tó him clypian, swá swá tó úrum bréðer, 260, 7. Martha spræc cúðlíce tó ðám Hǽlende, ii. 440, 5. Ðe cúðlícor tó him clypian, gif heora lífes drohtnunga eów cúðe beóð, i. 556, 29. Nó hér cúðlícor (less as strangers ) cuman ongunnon lindhæbbende, B. 244. [v. N. E. D. couthly.] v. un-cúþlíce.
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