éþung
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éþung
Add:I. breathing, panting Mid þæs rynes éðgunge (éþunge) with panting from running, R. Ben. 68, 3. I a. flatulency (?) :-- Wiþ áþundenesse and éþunge magan, Lch. ii. 188, 19. I b. fig. inspiration :-- Éþunge inspirationis, R. Ben. I. 53, 12. II. breath Oroþ vel éþung flatus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 149, 32. Ðridde wæs windes pund, ðanon him (Adam ) wæs seó ǽðung geseald, Sal. K. p. 180, 10. Wæs þǽra wyrma oroð and éþung swíðe deáðberende serpentum halitus erat pestifer, Nar. 14, 15. III. the emission of a smell. cf. éþian, II. Éðung obolitio (cf. oboleo ), Wrt. Voc. ii. 115, 9 : 63, 15. [or does éþung = iéþung, and obolitio = abolitio (v. á-íþan) ?] IV. ? Éþungum fafumentio, Wrt. Voc. ii. 147, 18. v. on-éþung.
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