cýþ-ness
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cýþ-ness
Add:I. witness, testimony Seó cýðnes þǽre ealdan ǽ testamentum ueteris legis, Bd. 1, 27; Sch. 92, 21. Men feówer stánas álegdon tó gemynde and tó cýþnesse þæs siges, Bl. H. 189, 16: 69, 18. Críst be him cýðnysse gecýdde, Hml. Th. i. 476, 31. Cýðnessum adstipulationibus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 3, 64. II. (the Old, New) Testament Þǽre ǽrran cýþnyssa prioris instrumenti, An. Ox. 1676. Cýþnesse ealdre testamenti ueteris, 40, 2. Rǽde man ǽgðer ge of þǽre ealdan cýðnesse ge of þǽre níwan, R. Ben. 33, 19: 34, 12. III. knowledge, acquaintance Þæs hálignysse hlýsa hine sylfne gemǽrsode feor and wíde and hine gelǽdde tó manigra manna cýþnesse cujus sanctitatis opinio sese ad notitiam hominum longe lateque tetenderat, Gr. D. 44, 5. Hú swýðe neáh Godes cýðnysse Dei notitiae quantum propinqui, 56, 10. v. and-cýþness.
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