drync
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drync
Take here examples under drinc, and add: I. drink, liquid taken as nourishment Be drinces gemete de mensura potus, R. Ben. 64, 9. Wel áfédd mid ðǽm drynce (drence, v. l.) mislicra and manigfaldra gifa (potu multiplicati muneris ), Past. 380, 8. II. a kind of drink, beverage Þǽm folce uncúðe wǽron wínes dryncas, Ors. 2, 4; S. 76, 12. III. a draught, cup Drync haustum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 110, 23: 42, 24 (cf. 78, 43 :-- Mortiferum poculi haustum, Ald. 25, 14). Ðætte hié ðone hálwendan drync ðæs æðelan wínes ne gehwyrfen him selfum tó áttre quia saluberrimum vini potum in veneni sibi poculum vertunt, Past. 365, 9. Wyrc tó duste, dó hys dǽl on wínes drinc, Lch. i. 336, 16. Drync poculum, Ps. Srt. 22, 5. Hé sǽde þám bróðrum drincea (potionum ) getel (cf. þus fela scencea, 11), Gr. D. 127, 16. v. blód-, spiw(e)-, wæter-drync.
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