efen-lic
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efen-lic
Substitute: I. equal in extent Þǽm wintrum tódǽldum efenlice dǽle quibus (annis) aequa portione divisis, Bd. 4, 23; Sch. 463, 17. II. of equal degree, of like condition Éce efenlic comperennis, Wrt. Voc. ii. 132, 61. Nǽnig efenlic þám on worlde gewearð wífes gearnung woman's merit to match that was none in this world, Cri. 39. Ána God on ðrím hádum efenlices wuldres (aequalis gloriae ), Bd. 4, 17; Sch. 432, 20. Wé sint emnlice on ðám ðe wé ongietað ðæt gé stondað aequales vobis sumus, in quo vos stare cognoscimus, Past. 117, 1. Efenlice englum aequales angelis, Scint. 69, 1. Þrý hádas synt efenlice (coaequales ), Angl. ii. 362, 12. Ne synd ná emlice þissere tíde þrowunga þám tóweardum wuldre non sunt condignae passiones hujus temporis ad futuram gloriam, Hml, A. 77, 109. [v. N. E. D. evenly. Goth. ibna*-*leiks: Icel. jafn-ligr.] v. ge-, un-efenlic.
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