eóred
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eóred
Add: f. Eóred ðín equitatus tuus, Ps. Srt. ii. p. 190, 1. Equitatus ferdwerod vel eóred, gerid, i. equitatio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 143, 72. Án eórod (legion ) is on bócum geteald tó six ðúsendum, Hml. Th. ii. 378, 29. Wæs án synderlic eórod. . . Án eórod is gecweden on ðám ealdan getele six ðúsend manna and six hund and six and syxtig; swá fela manna wǽron on þám foresǽdan eórode . . . Þá gewende seó eórod, Hml. S. 28, 9-30. Hé arn betwux þám eórode middan oð þæt hé tó þám ylfe cóm, 25, 583. Eóroda legionum, Hpt. Gl. 413, 2. Yroda, An. Ox. 11, 24. Eórodum equitatum, Wrt. Voc. ii. 31, 40 : cohortibus, An. Ox. 279. ¶ a chariot ? cf. eóred-mann, ¶ :-- Twá þúsenda horsa and cccc. búton þǽm eóreda and xx. þúsenda féþena (the Latin which this should translate is: Quadringente quadrige equorum omnes falcate . bige ii mille . ducente equitum turme .xx milia peditum. The numeral seems to connect eóreda with quadrige, but the meaning of eóred elsewhere with equitum turme), Nar. 9, 8. [From eoh-rád.]
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