dæg
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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dæg
Dele daga, an; m., and add: inst. dæg, dæge; pl. gen. daga, dagena. I. day, period of twenty-four hours Wé habbað oft gehýred þæt men hátað þysne dæg geáres dæg, swylce þes dæg fyrmest sý on geáres ymbryne, Hml. Th. i. 98, 17. Ys on bócum geteald tó ánumdæge fram þǽre sunnan úpgange oð heó eft becume þǽr heó ǽr úp stáh on þám fæce synd getealde feówer and twénti tída, Lch. iii. 236, 3. On þám forman dæge dagena ealra, Hy. S. 4, 2. Dæge ǽr pridie, Wrt. Voc. ii. 68, 50. Ðá cóm se arceb̃ fram Róme áne dæge ǽr Sc̃s Petrus mæsseǽfene, Chr. 1048; P. 172, 3. Fram dæge tó dæge, Wlfst. 79, 12: Hml. S. 23, 33. Ðá ðe ǽlce dæg symblað, Past. 309, 8: Ors. 2, 6; S. 88, 11. Farað six dagas simble ymbe þá burh ǽlce dæg ǽne (semel per diem ), Jos. 6, 3, 12: Lch. ii. 108, 6: Bt. 26, 2; F. 92, 14. Hé ǽlce dæge symblede, Past. 309, 5. Hé sǽde þæt hé þone dæg forlure þe hé nóht tó góde on ne gedyde, Chr. 81; P. 8, 7. Þrý dagas wǽron ǽr þám dæge bútan sunnan and mónan, Lch. iii. 238, 19. ii. mónðas and .xxi. daga, Chr. 643; P. 27, 34. Mǽstra daga ǽlce, 894; P. 84, 29. Seofon dagena fæsten, Hml. Th. i. 434, 21. I a. day (as in one day), time of an occurrence :-- Ánes dæges þe abbot eóde into capitulan, Chr. 1083; P. 214, 22. Þá sume dæge rád se cyng be þǽre eǽ, 896; P. 89, 11. Hyt wæs þá on dæg restedæg it was the sabbath at that time, Nic. 7, 5. Hyt wæs on dæg þá gé mé beclýsdon it was at the time when you shut me up, 10, 35: Chr. 1083; P. 215, 7. Oþ þisne andweardan dæg up to the present time, 851; P. 64, 23. (See also tó dæge, dæg under tó.) In dægum hungres in diebus famis, Ps. Srt. 36, 19. II. day as opposed to night Ðá hwíle ðe se rodor ǽne betyrnð gǽð forð feówor and twéntig tída, ðæt is ealles án dæg and án niht, Hex. 8, 32. Áþiéstrode sió sunne áne tíd dæges, Chr. 879; P. 76, 25. Matutinum úhttíd sive beforan dæge, Wrt. Voc. ii. 58, 64. Geé*-*fenedan deige advesperescente die, Kent. Gl. 186. Ðonne hit neálǽcð dæge, ðonne singð se cocc smælor, Past. 461, 3. Sc̃s Petrus on dæge folce sǽde, þonne wrát Sc̃s Marcus on niht, Shrn. 74, 19. Gé hwyrfað niht tó dæge, Wlfst. 47, 8. Eall swá þicce is þeó heofon mid steorrum áfylled on dæg swá on niht . . . Wé hátað ǽnne dæg fram sunnan úp*-*gange oð ǽfen, Lch. iii. 234, 31-236, 2. III. day, time. 1. lifetime Ðæt hió hæbbe ðæt land hire dæg . . . and efter hire dæge geselle hit . . . ðám hírode, C. D. ii. 58, 22. Tó syllanne on dæge and æfter dæge (in his lifetime and after it) þám þe him leófust sý, iv. 117, 20. ¶ in pl. days of life :-- Swegen geendode his dagas, Chr. 1014; P. 144, 27. 2. time during which an office is held, reign of a king Ic wearð ásend on Æþelrédes dæge cyninges tó sumum mynstre, Hml. Th. i. 2, 14. Féng Æþelbryht tó þám ríce . . . on his dæge cuóm micel sciphere, Chr. 860; P. 68, 2. Mauricius and Valentines onféngon ríce, and rícsodon .vii. winter; and on hiera dagum Hengest and Horsa gesóhton Bretene, 449; P. 12, 5. On þrióra consula dæge cóm Hasterbal, Ors. S. 4, 10. On þára twégea consula dæge, 3, 6; S. 108, 22. ¶ in pl. days of a reign :-- On his (Beorhtric ) dagum cuómon ǽrest .iii. scipu, Chr. 787; P. 54, 4. 3. time during which something exists Hé geseah þá ceastre and cwæð: 'Eálá, gif þú wistest on þysum þínum dæge,' Lk. 19, 42. v. ár, bæd-, bebod-, bén-, ceáp-, cípe-, clǽn*-*sung-, eáster-, eáster-freóls-, foran-, fugol-, gearwung-, gefyrn-, gereord-, hádung-, heáhfreóls-, heáhmæsse-, offrung-, palm-, reste-, resten[d]-, swǽsend-, sweotolung-, swíg-, teóþung-, þeorf-, weorþung-, wól-, ymbren*-*dæg; dæges.
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