esne
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esne
Add:I. a man of the servile class (cf. esne-cund, -wyrhta, and see Andrews' Old English Manor, pp. 192 sqq.) On esnes ham, of esnes hamme, C. D. iii. 425, 21. II. in a more general sense, a servant Nis esne (servus ) ofer láferd his. Genóh biþ te esne sié swá swá láford his, Mt. R. 10, 24, 25 : Shrn. 196, 11. Þú esne náwiht, Mt. R. 18, 32. Eádgo biðon esnas (servi ) ðá ðá ðe se drihten gemoetað wæccendo, Lk. L. 12, 37. III. a young man Ðe esne adolescens, Mt. L. 19, 20, 22. Ging esne, Mk. L. R. 14, 51: juvenis, 16, 5. Esne juvenis, Lk. p. 6, 13. IV. a man Þú scealt beódan Israhéla folce, þæt esne bidde æt his frýnd and wíf æt hire néhgebúran, Ex. 11, 2. IV a. a man of mark, a learned, brave, &c. man. Cf. esnlíce :-- Zenodotus se eficisca esne, Angl. viii. 334, 17. Catus cwydas þæs calwan esnes, 321, 29. Þá híw þe þá rímcræftige esnas borlíce foregylpað, 334, 27. v. efen-esne.
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