eáþe-lic
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eáþe-lic
AddEáðelic facilis, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 16, 5. I. easy, presenting little difficulty Gif hé ðæt eáðelice bebod geheólde, Hex. 24, 16. Seó ealde ǽ wæs eáðelicre þonne Crístes gesetnys sý, Hml. Th. i. 358, 28. II. inconsiderable, slight. 1. of living things, weak, tender Swilce hé tótǽre sum eáðelic ticcen, Jud. 14, 6. Wyrta sind eáðelice gesceafta, and ðurh winterlicne cyle symle forseariað, Hml. Th. ii. 464, 6. God ðone módigan cyning (Pharaoh) mid þám eáðelicum gesceaftum (insects ) geswencte, 492, 23. 2. of lifeless matter, mean, poor, scanty Se Hǽlend becóm intó sumere eáðelican byrig intrauit Jesus in quoddam castellum, Hml. Th. ii. 438, 10. Hé hæfde mid him eáþelicne fódan . . . hé þá eáðelican þénunga heom þénode, Hml. S. 23, 234, 239. Bring ús bet be hláf . . . for þon þe þá hláfas wǽron swíðe eáðellice þe ús gyrstanǽfen cómon, 469. 3. of an abstract object, slight, trifling Mód ástyred þeáh hit for gehwǽdum and eáþelicum þincge sié animum commotum quamvis modice, R. Ben. 131, 4. [v. N. E. D. eathly. O. H. Ger. óð-líh facilis.] v. íþe-lic.
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