deád
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deád
Add:I. physical. 1. of an animal or a vegetable Ðá hé onfunde hé deád beón sceolde when he found that he must die, Bt. 29, 2; F. 104, 20. Án cild arn under wǽnes hweowol and wearð sóna deád, Shrn. 32, 12. Ðeáh þá yflan nǽfre ne wurden deáde, Bt. 38, 2; F. 198, 13. 2. of flesh, dead, without sensation Gif líc tó þon swíþe ádeádige þǽr nán gefélnes on ne sié, þonne scealt þú sóna eal deáde of ásníþan oþ cwice líc, þǽr náwiht þæs deádan líces tó láfe ne sié, þæs þe ǽr ne ísen ne fýr gefélde, Lch. ii. 82, 25-29. Wiþ deádum líce, 78, 3. Wiþ deádum swile, 74, 12. 3. of blood, a. congealed Hú mon deáde blód áweg wenian scyle, Lch. ii. 8, 14. b. blood away from the body, gore [cf. Icel. dauða-blóð gore] Deád blód cruor, Wrt. Voc. i. 283, 79: ii. 16, 57. II. fig. dead to, insensible to Heó bið deád ǽlcere duguðe and gesǽlðe, and bið gehealden tó ðám écan deáðe, Hml. Th. i. 160, 15.
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