eald-hláford
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eald-hláford
Substitute: An old lord, a lord whose right to rule is of ancient date, a rightful, liege lord Hiera ealdhláfordes sunu regis filium, Ors. 3, 11; S. 148, 33. Hwelce hláfordhylda hí þóhton tó gecýþanne on hiora ealdhláfordes bearnum, 6, 37; S. 296, 5. Dauid cearf læppan of Saules mentle his ealdhláfordes, Past. 199, 11. Bill ǽr gescód ealdhláfordes (Beowulfs, who was Wiglaf's liege lord) þám þára máðma mundbora (the fire-drake. Cf. weard unhióre goldmáðmas heóld, 2413) wæs, B. 2778. Hé gemunde þára ealdrihta ðe hí under ðám Cáserum hæfdon heora ealdhláfordum, Bt. 1; F. 2, 17: Met. 1, 63.
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