cwén
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cwén
For cwéne (wk.) l. cwene, q. v. , and add: I. a woman Cwéna geligr adulterium, Wrt. Voc. i. 21, 33. III. a queen Ealra fǽmnena cwén, Bl. H. 105, 17. Coen (cwoen, R.) súðdǽles regina austri, Lk. L. 11, 31. Ðió cuoen reginam, p. 7, 8. Cuoeno reginae, Rtl. 68, 41. III a. a king's wife :-- Þǽs cyninges nama wæs Eilippus, and his quéne noma wæs Eufenisse, Shrn. 131, 31. III b. a king's daughter :-- Þæs cynges dohtor cwæð: 'Ic gife þé . . .' Ðis weará þus gedón æfter þǽre cwéne hǽse . . . þá men ealle grétton þone cyngc and ðá cwéne . . . Apollonius cwæð: 'Ðú góda cyngc . . . and þú cwén.' Hé cwæð: 'Nimað þás þing þe mé seó cwén forgeaf,' Ap. Th. 17, 16—18, 15. v. port-, rihtæþel-cwén.
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