drygan
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drygan
l. drýgan, and add: I. to make dry. 1. of a person's action, a. to dry by wiping, rubbing, &c. Heó his fét mid hire loccum drýgde, Bl. H. 69, 2. Drégde, 73, 19. Hé geseah Godes engel drýgan mid sceátan Sc̃i Laurentius limu, Shrn. 115, 23. Drégende tergens (os suum ), Kent. Gl. 1067. b. to dry by exposure to heat, air Dríg hí on sceade swýþe þearle, Lch. i. 70, 10. Nim heortes sceallan, drýg, wyrc tó duste, 336, 16. Dríg tó duste, 20. 2. of the action of heat, air, &c. Seó hǽtu drýgð, and seó beorhtnys onlýht, Hml. Th. ii. 284, 35. II. to become dry Drýgeð ł wisneð aruit, Jn. L. 15, 6.
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