dígle
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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dígle
dégle, diégle, deigle, deágol, dǽg-, dég-, deóg-, dióg-, díg- dýg-ol (-el), deáhle, díhle; adj. Secret.Add: I. of that which might be seen, hidden from sight Dígle hús secessus, Wrt. Voc. i. 26, 39: 57, 57. Deágol obstrusus (of John yet unborn), Wrt. Voc. ii. 90, 36; 64, 40. Se diégla (digla, v. l.) Déma gehírde and suíðe undeógollíce geandwyrde judex prius invisibiliter vidit, quod postea publice reprehendit, Past. 39, 19. On díglum hole in clandestino speleo, An. Ox. 2045. On áne dígle stówe, Ors. 2, 4; S. 76, 13. On dígle crypel in obstrusum cuniculum, An. Ox. 2855. Þá díglan wídgilnysse abstrusam (heremi) vastitatem, 2798. Díglum heolstrum clanculis (i. occultis) latebris, An. Ox. 4211. Díhlum dimhofum latebrosis (i. intimis) latibulis, 819. Of ðǽm díglum de obstrusis (pharetrae latibulis), Wrt. Voc. ii. 74, 68: ii. 26, 28. Seó sunne teígþ on þá dǽglan wegas (secreto tramite), Bt. 25; F. 88, 26. II. of thought, action, concealed from the knowledge or notice of others Weorc, swá open swá dégle, Past. 451, 14. Dígle (dégle, L. R.) occultum, Mk. 4, 22. Ðegn dégle (deigle, L.) discipulus occultus, Jn. R. 19, 38. hit ne sý dægcúð. díhle wæs, Dóm. L. 40. Deáhle secretum, Kent. Gl. 1126. Dígelre latentis, An. Ox. 4209. Mid díglum cum secreta (oratione), 1842. Díhlum fácne clandestina fraude, 5128. Sege hwæt ic þence oþþe hwæt ic dó on déglum gerece, Bl. H. 181, 14. Þurh his dihlan miht, Dóm. L. 20. Beóð gesweotolude dígle geþancas arcana patebunt, 135. Hié wǽron gewitan Godes dégolra dóma, Bl. H. 161, 16. Ondrǽd þú þé díhle wísan, Dom. L. 30, 51. ¶ on díglum in secret :-- þá yfelu on díglan þurhtogene, R. Ben. 28, 14. Hé líð him on dígelan. Hml. S. 34, 131. On diglum, on dihlum in abscondito, Mt. 6, 4. III. hard to get knowledge of. 1. of a fact or circumstance We leoraiaþ seó tíd sié tó þæs dégol nǽre nǽnig mon þe wiste hwonne ..., Bl. H. 117, 25. Hua nát ðæt ðá wunda ðæs modes bióð dígelran ðonne ðá wunda ðǽs líchaman quis cogitationum vulnera occultiora esse nesciat vidneribus viscerum?, Past. 25, 19. 2. of things to be understood, abstruse, occult Gimǽrsiga dǽgla girýne celebrare misterium, Rtl. 2, 41. Þǽm díglum opacis [biblis], Wrt. Voc. ii. 95, 40. þá díglan clancula (dicta), 94, 28, Ðú woldest ǽlcum móde díglu ðing tǽcan and seldcúþe latentium rerum caussas evolvere, velatasque caligine explicare rationes, Bt. 39, 4; F. 216, 13. v. dígol; adj. in Dict.
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