dweorg
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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dweorg
AddDuerg nanus vel pumilio, Txts. 80, 686. Duerh, 110, 1176. ¶ Dwarfs were supposed to be able to injure living creatures. v. Grmm. D. M. (trans.), pp. 460 sqq. :-- Dweorg on weg tó dónne ... syle etan þám untruman men ǽr þǽre tíde hys tócymes, swá on dæge swá on nihte, swæþer hyt sý, his tógan(g) bið ðearle strang, Lch. i. 364, 13-17. (The disease meant is convulsions, Cockayne.) Wrít ðis ondlang ðá earmas wið dweorh, iii. 38, 29. Wið [d]weorh man sceal niman .VII. lytle oflǽtan ..., 42, 3. [v. N. E. D. dwarf.] v. werc in Dict.
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