eges grime
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun, Verb
Gender: Masculine
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eges grime
Substitute: eges-, egese(-i)-gríma, an; m. A horrible mask, a creature that has assumed a horrible form, a spectre Egisgríma (egisi-) larbula, Txts. 73, 1168. Egesegríma, Wrt. Voc. ii. 50, 46: musca (l. masca ), 55, 47. Egesgríma, 114, 44. Hé wæs eall sweart and behrúmig, and flogon hine his ágene mæn, and wéndon þæt hit wǽre larbo, is egesgríma (cf. atrum phantasma, Ald, 66, 31), Shrn. 69, 31. Egesgríman larbam (v. Ald. 197, 5: this and the preceding passage refer to the same incident), Wrt. Voc. ii. 95, 64. Egesgrímana mascarum, An. Ox. 21, 7. [See Grm. D. M. (trans.) p. 1045.]
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