ende-stæf
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ende-stæf
Substitute: An end, conclusion; especially with reference to the end of life; death (violent or natural) Endistaeb exito, perditio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 107, 57. Endestæf exito, 29, 65. Exitus, finis, effectus, terminus, egressus útgong, endestæf, 144, 83. Endestæf exterum, 32, 51. Se endestæf earfeðmæcgum weálic weorðeð, Vy. 11. Hyre endestæf weorðan sceolde, líf álýsed, Jul. 610. Þú for his deáþe plegodest, and þú ús æt endestæfe mycel herereáf gehéte, Bl. H. 85, 19. Hit on endestæf eft gelimpeð þæt se líchoma lǽne gedreóseð, B. 1753. Him þæt gehreówan mæg, þonne heó endestæf eft gesceáwiað, Sat. 541. Hæfdon hí on rímcræfte áwriten wera endestæf they had written down the date of men's death, An. 135.
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