dwolian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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dwolian
Add:I. to stray, 1. literal Þá þá heó swá wídgál swíðe dwolode dum vaga nimium erraret, Gr. D. 176, 21. Scípa ðá ðe ne duoladon oves quae non erraverunt, Mt. L. 18, 13. On wudum dwolgende, Bl. H. 193, 8. Swylce hwylc man urne þǽr geond dwoliende ac si in eis aliquis erranda discurreret, Gr. D. 236, 11. 2. figurative Of ðínum bebodum ic ne dwolade de mandatis tuis non erravi, Ps. L. 118, 10. II. of inaccurate conception. 1. to mistake, err Bið se here eal ídel, ðonne hé on óðer folc winnan sceal, gif se heretoga dwolað in exploratione hostium frustra exercitus velociter sequitur, si ab ipso duce itineris erratur, Past. 129, 9. Gé dwoligas (duolas, L. erratis ), ne wutun gé giwriotu, Mk. R. 12, 24, Gié duolages, L. 27. 2. to be out of one's senses. Cf. dwolung Ic dwolie deliro, þú dwolast deliras, Wrt. Voc. ii. 28, 5, 6. Wénde se cniht hé dwolode ... Hé cwæð: 'Wite þú ic náht ne dwolige' cum hunc puer insanire crederet ... dicens: 'Non insanio,' Gr. D. 314, 7-10. III. of wrong conduct, to err Álýse mé of ðám gedwolan þe ic gyt on dwolige, Shrn. 170, 17. Ne dwolað non errabit, Kent. Gl. 555. Dwoliað errant, 491. v. dwalian in Dict., and cf. dwelian.
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