éste-líce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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éste-líce
Add:I. graciously Suá micle suá hió éstelícor of dúne ástígeð, suá hió iéðelícor úp ástígeð quo benigne descendit ad infima, valenter recurrit ad summa, Past. 103, 18. Hié hié sculon suá micle éstelícor dǽlan suá hié ongietað ðæt him unágenre bið ðæt hié dǽlað tanto humiliter praebeant, quanto et aliena esse intelligunt, quae dispensant, 321, 8. Oestelíce devote, Rtl. 31, 34. II. delicately, luxuriously Éstelíce fram cnihtháde fédan delicate a pueritia nutrire, Kent. Gl. 1065. Genóh estelíce (delicate ) hine grápað sé þe wyle bútan geswince leahtras oferswíþan, Scint. 103, 20.
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