eorþ-búend
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eorþ-búend
Substitute: eorþ-búend, -búgend, -búgi(g)end (-ende) an inhabitant of earth; inhabiting earth Ealle eorðbúend Drihten herian jubilate Deo, omnis terra, Ps. Th. 65, 1. Ealle eorðbúend gentes, 101, 13. Þeóda, ealle eorðbúend, 65, 7. Þá nú æðelingas, ealle eorðbúend, Ebréi hátað, Gen. 1648: Cri. 1279. Eorðbúend ealle, 422. Óðre þára mǽgða Moabitare eorðbúende ealle hátað, óðre weras nemnað, æðelinga bearn, Ammonitare, Gen. 2617: 1759. Gylt þe men gefremedon, eorðbúende, 1000. Þá ýtmestan eorðbúende (cf. ðá útemestan ðióda, Bt. 19; F. 68, 29), Met. 10, 25. Ylde eorðbúende, folcweras, Gen. 221. Ealle eorðbúgiende omnes habitatores terrae (Dan. 4, 32), Hml. Th. ii. 434, 14. Gehwilce eorðbúgigende sind ætbródene, 124, 16. Gehwilce eorðbógiendan quique terrigenae, Ps. L. 48, 3. Eal Adames cnósl eorðbúendra omnes homines, Dóm. L. 129. Eorðbúgiendra, Wlfst. 137, 24. Fore eágum eorðbúendra, Cri. 1324. Ǽnig eorðbúendra, Gen. 1754 : Met. 10, 36. Þú hæleðum eart, eallum eorðbúendum, weard and wísa, Dan. 565. hé rénas forgeáfe eorðbúgiendum (-búgigendum, v. l. ), Hml. S. 18, 144. Ofer ealle eorðbúende super omnem terram, Ps. Th. 82, 14. Þú eorðbúende ealle healdest gentes in terra dirigis, 66, 4. Ofer geleáfulle eorðbúgende super fideles terrae, 100, 6 : Hy. 3, 8. [O. Sax. erð-búandi.]
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