ege
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ege
AddNis þǽr (in heaven ) ege, ne geflit, ne yrre, Bl. H. 23, 31. Orsorg ǽlces eorþlices eges, Bt. 10; F. 28, 18. For ðǽm ege ánum ðæs innecundan déman, Past. 79, 7. For ríces mannes ege, Bl. H. 43, 10. Þysne ege þrowian æt þyssum englum, 93, 34. Ofergytende þisse sǽwe ege, 235, 1. Hú mycelne ege wé sceolon witan (hú micel ege sí tó hæbbenne, v. l.) tó þám hálgum werum quantus sit viris sanctis timor exhibendus, Gr. D. 63, 5. Wíf ic lǽrde hié heora weras lufedan and him ege tó wiston, Bl. H. 185, 23: Wlfst. 220, 27. v. weorold-ege.
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