eáre
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eáre
Add: eár, es: I. an ear (part of the head) Inneweard eáre auris, útweard eáre auricula, Wrt. Voc. ii. 10, 22, 23. Parotides eár*-*coðu, ota, g. ( = ὤτα, graece ) eár, i. 20, 1. Hé cearf of heora handa and eáran and nosa, Chr. 1014; P. 145, note 9. Égo, eára oculos, aures, Rtl. 125, 39. II. with reference to its function, the organ of hearing Of eáres hlyste hé hýrsumode mé, R. Ben. 19, 20. gé on eáre (in eáre, L. R.) gehýrað quod in aure auditis, Mt. 10, 27. Ic secge þé on þín eáre, Angl. viii. 300, 14. te in eáre sprecend gié woeron quod in aurem locuti estis, Lk. L. 12, 3. Eówer þonne eádige ége þe hiǽ geseóð and eáran (eáro, L.) eówre þe hiǽ gehérað, Mt. R. 13, 16. Sé ðe hæfes eáro (eára, R.) tó hérranne, Mt. L. 13, 9. Heáro, 43. Eóro, Lk. p. 8, 15. III. as channel of information, as in to come to the ears of a person Þá becóm tó eáran þæs ealdormannes peruenit ad aures principis, Bd. 1, 7; Sch. 20, 16. Þá cóm him tó eáran be Agathes drohtnunge, Hml. S. 8, 7. Þis cóm þá tó eáran þám cnihte, 9, 57. IV. ear, as in favourable ear, attention to what is heard Sé is fram Gode þe Godes beboda mid gehýrsumum eáre gehýrð, Hml. Th. ii. 228, 23. Hié forgytaþ hié hwéne ǽr ymbhygdigum eárum gehýrdon reccean, Bl. H. 55, 27. Hé him mildheortnesse eáron ontýnde, 107, 1. V. a handle on a pot. Cf. Icel. eyra a handle on a pot, see N. E. D. ear, ll. 8, and next word.
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