cyne-scipe
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cyne-scipe
Dele 'honour,' and add: royal dignity Feala óðra cásera ríxodon on heora cynescipes wuldre and on heora anwealdes myrhþe, Hml S. 23, 350. Hí hine on cwearterne bescufon tó sceame his kynescipe, 18, 440. For his micclan cynescipe, Hml. A. 101, 300. Heó hiræ cinehláford bitt for cynescypæ þæt heó móte beón hyre cwydes wyrðe, Cht. Th. 552, 30. Ic (Cnut) beóde hý fylstan þám biscopum tó Godes gerihtum and tó mínum kynescype . . . Gif hwá swá dyrstig sý . . . ongeán Godes lage gá and ongeán mínne cynescype, Cht. E. 230, 16-21. ¶ as a form of address, majesty, royal highness :-- Stópon in tó ðám cásere ðá yldestan . . . and þus sprǽcon: 'Ealra manna hláford, wé biddað þínne cynescipe þú ne beó dreórig . . . Gyf ðín cynescipe swá cwyð, hit geworden bið sóna . . ., Hml. S. 23, 281-292. Ic gréte þé, leóf, and ic bidde þínne þrymfullan cynescype, 794.
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