ealdor-mann
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ealdor-mann
Add: I. in a general sense. 1. used of a person of high position, a prince, ruler, leader, magistrate Ealdorman princeps vel comes, Wrt. Voc. i. 42, 12. Eoldorman princeps, 72, 59. Se ealdormonn (rector ) sceal lǽtan hine selfne gelícne his hiéremonnum. Past. 107, 8. Sié ðú aldormon tó gehaeld sis praesul ad custodiam, Rtl. 180, 12. In aldormonnum (aldur-, R) ... aldormon ł látua ðe rícses in principibus ... dux, qui reget, Mt. L. 2, 6. Ðú haldormon praeceptor, Lk. L. 5, 5. Achilles se ealdorman, Lch. i. 308, 8. Geonduearde Nicodimus se aldormonn (cf. Nicodemus aldormonn (princeps) Judéana, 1) respondit Nicodemus, Jn. L. 3, 9. Tó ealdormenn ðú eart gesett ducem te constituerunt, Past. 119, 22. Mið ðý ðú gást mið wiðerworde ðínum tó aldormen (principem ), Lk. L. 12, 58. Se cyning sende him tógeánes ánne ealdormann (principem ), Jud. 4, 7. Eorðcyningcas and ealdormenn (principes ), Ps. Th. 2, 2: 23, 7. Yfelra ealdormanna géþeaht consilia principum, 32, 9, Ealdormanna riht jus publicum, Wrt. Voc. i. 20, 63: ii. 49, 10. Ealdermanna duguð senatus, i. 18, 38. Ealdormanna procerum, An. Ox. 4546: magestratibus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 55, 17. Cyningum and yfelum rícum ealdormannum wiþstandan, Bl. H. 161, 17. Hié eft hwirfdon tó hiora ealdormannum, 239, 26. Gegaderode Pharao his ealdormen and ealne his here, Ex. 14, 6. Twégen ealdormen duos viros, Jud. 7, 25. .xii. Wilisce aldormenn, Chr. 465; P. 12, 27. 2. a master, overseer of workmen Cóm hé tó þám túngeréfan, sé þe his ealdormon wæs veniens ad uilicum, qui sibi praeerat, Bd. 4, 24; Sch. 484, 22. Berebryttan gebyreð corngebrot ... gif him his ealdorman ann, Ll. Th. i. 440, 3. I a. with gen., chief of a class or profession :-- Micahel se heáhengel wæs ealra engla ealderman, Bl. H. 147, 2. Aldormon beorswinigra princeps publicanorum, Lk. R. 19, 2. Sum heora cræftes ealdorman quidam artis eorum primus, Gr. D. 342, 5. Sce Petres apostola ealdormannes, Bl. H. 171, 4. Aldormonnes sácerda principis sacerdotum. Lk. L. R. 22, 50. Þá ealdormen þára sácerda, Bl. H. 77, 7. II. used of the holder of a particular office. 1. referring to other than English officials; or in glossaries, a. of secular office Ealdorman judex vel consul, Wrt. Voc. i. 50, 4: pretor, ii. 95, 26: comes, An. Ox. 4712. Déma ł ealdorman preses, 45, 1. Cempena ealdormon tribunus scutariorum, Ors. 6, 33; S. 288, 5. Ðe aldormon tribunus, Jn. L. 18, 12: archetriclinus, 2, 9.Ealdermen preside, i. judice, An. Ox. 3453. Ðám haldormenn centurioni, Mt. L. 8, 13. Be þám ealdormen þǽre burge de urbis comite, Gr. D. 301, 16. Cwǽdon þá Judéiscan tó heora ealdormenn Pilate (cf. procurante Pontio Pilato, Lk. 3, 1), Hml. Th. i. 220, 5. Ðǽm aldormen Pilato, Mk. L. R. 15, 1. Ealdormanna pretorum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 85, 70. Ealdormen quinquagenarios, 66, 5. b. of ecclesiastical office Ðæs folces aldormon archesynagogus, Lk. L. 13, 14. Ðæs aldormonnes archesynagogi, Mk. L. R. 5, 38. From ðǽm folces aldormenn, 35. Cúð ðǽm aldormenn (pontifici) . . . on worðe ðæs aldormonnes pontificis, Jn. L. R. 18, 15. Caifa ðæs aldormonnes Caiaphae, 13. 2. of English officials Æðelstán ealderman ego Æðelstan senator, C. D. v. 253, 26. Beorhtríc cyning forðférde and Worr aldormon, Chr. 800; P. 58, 3. Hér Cúþréd cyning gefeaht uuiþ Æþelhún þone ofermédan aldormonn, 750; P. 46, 11. Hé ofslóg þone aldormonn þe him longest wunode, 755; P. 46, 21. ¶ used of Saxons coming from or living on the continent Hér cuómon twégen aldormen on Bretene, Cerdic and Cynríc his sunu, Chr. 495; P. 14, 18. Þá hí on Ealdseaxe cómon, þá eódon hí on sumes túngeréfan gestærn, and hine bǽdon hé hí onsende tó þám ealdormen (ad satrapam) þe ofer hine wæs . . . þá Ealdseaxan næfdon ágenne cyning; ac manige ealdormen (satrapae plurimi) wǽron heora þeóde foresette, and þonne seó tíd gewinnes cóm, þonne hluton hí mid tánum tó þám ealdormannum, and swá hwylcne heora swá him se tán ætýwde, þonne gecuron hi þone him tó heretogan, and him hýrdon. Þonne gewin geendad wæs, þonne wǽron hí eft efenríce, wǽron ealle ealdormen (satrapae ), Bd. 5, 10; Sch. 600, 4-601, 3. v. dryht-, þúsend-ealdormann.
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