earfoþnes
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earfoþnes
AddSýn him gebodod eal seó stíðnes and seó earfoðnes þe tó Gode lǽt predicentur ei omnia dura et aspera per que itur ad Deum, R. Ben. 97, 19. Se bisceop and se eorl gebidan mycele earfoðnysse þá hí hámward fóran the bishop and the earl underwent much hardship on the journey home, Chr. 1061; P. 191, 2. Áfyrseþ hé þás earfoðnesse (a flood) fram ús, Bl. H. 247, 4: (St. Andrew's imprisonment ), 243, 18. For þissum earfoðnessum þe wé þissum mannan dydon for the hardships we have inflicted on the man, 247, 18. Be þisse worlde earfoþnessum about the troubles of this world, 109, 6. Manega earfoðnessa hié þé magon on gebringan, ah áræfne þú þá ealle, 237, 7. [Þu scealt mid ærfeðnesse þe metes tylian (in laboribus comedes ex terra, Gen. 3, 17), O. E. Hml. i. 223, 34.]
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