eardung
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eardung
Add:I. abstract, living, dwelling. 1. of men (or spirits) Eardung wæs municipatus fuerat, An. Ox. 2, 395: 4853. Ne biþ Crístes eardung (or II.?) on þǽre heortan, Bl. H. 13, 23. Nú se áwyrgda gást tó þon férde in hús hé manna eardunge of þám húse ádrife si hanc domum spiritus malignus invasit, et ab ea hominum inhabitationem repulit, Gr. D. 184, 26. 2. of beasts, v. eardian, I. 3 Úre fór wæs þurh þá lond and stówe þe missenlicra cynna eardung in wæs nǽdrena and wildeóra per bestiosa serpentiosaque loca nobis iter erat, Nar. 10, 5. Wið nǽddrena eardunge and áflygennysse to prevent snakes living in a place, and to drive them away, Lch. i. 366, 8. II. concrete, a dwelling-place, an abode. 1. of men (or spirits) Þú, mínes wuldres eardung, Bl. H. 157, 12. Hié gearwiaþ deóflum eardunga, 77, 6: 151, 11. 2. a lair of beasts Under ðǽm stáne wæs niccra eardung, Bl. H. 209, 34.
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