cweorn
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cweorn
AddÐurh ðá cweorne (molam) is getácnod se ymbhwyrft ðisse worolde . . . Ðonne bið sió cweorn becierred ðonne se monn bið geendod; ðonne bið sió micle cweorn (cwiorn, v. l. ) becierred ðonne ðeós weorld bið geendod, Past. 31, 18-22. Wolde hé grindan mid his hondum . . . Þá sóna þá hé þǽre cweorna neálǽhte, and corn þǽron lægde, þá orn (grand, v. l. ) seó cweorn þurh godcunde miht, and se abbod . . . stód be þǽre cweorna, Mart. H. 200, 22-26. Coern (cwearne, R.) mola, Mk. L. 9, 42. Stán coern (cern, R.) lapis molaris, Lk. L. 17, 2. Æt cweorne (on coernæ, L.) in mola, Mt. R. 24, 41. On coern, Lk. p. 9, 11. Se IIII. nihta móna, se byð gód þǽm ergendan hys sul út tó dóne, and þém grindere his cweorn, Lch. iii. 178, 1. v. pipor*-*cweorn.
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