dígolnes
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dígolnes
Add:I. secrecy, privacy, solitude Hwý hié þára geearnunga hiora dígelnesse (diég-, v. l.) and ánette bet trúwien ðonne ðǽre hú hié óðerra monna mǽst gehelpen qua mente utilitati ceterorum secretum praeponit suum, Past. 46, 2. II. a secret, mystery Heó þurhwunode on þám wærlicum híwe . . . and hyre cnihtas hyre dígolnysse eallum bedyrndon, Hml. S. 2, 103. Þéh þe ǽgþer þissa burga þurh Godes diégelnessa (arcana ) þus getácnod wurde, Ors. 2, 1; S. 62, 25. Hé árímde ðá diógolnesse (dígol-, v. l. secreta) ðæs ðriddan hefones . . . hé geimpod wæs tó ðǽm hefenlicum diógolnessum (dígol-, v. l. ), Past. 99, 7, 18. Dígelnyssa abstrusa, An. Ox. 1952. Wé habbað ðás race ánfealdlíce gereht; wé willað eác þæt andgit eów geopenian, and ðá dýgelnysse eów ne bedyrnan, Hml. Th. ii. 214, 18. III. a secret place On dígelnesse latibulo, i. secretorio, An. Ox. 392. Hé hæfde behýdd on his dígolnysse án wurðlic weorc, Hml. S. 5, 250. Hé him cýtan árǽrde on sumere dígelnysse swylce hé ancersetla beón mihte, 31, 1069. Dígelnesse latibulum, i. obscurum, An. Ox. 3318. Deágelnesse abyssum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 9, 29. Of dégolnessum de recessibus, 28, 51. Dígelnessum, An. Ox. 2952. ¶ Dýgelnyssum anastasis, Wrt. Voc. i. 17, 35. v. díligness. [O. H. Ger. in tougalnesse in absconso.]
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