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Add:I. beautiful to the eye Swá manega gesceafta and swá micla and swá fægra, Bt. 42 ; F. 256, 8. 1. of persons Fæger man pulcher homo, Wrt. Voc. i. 72, 14. Fæger formosa, An. Ox. 3410. Án þára nunnena þe wæs swýþe fægru (speciosa ) æfter þæs líchaman gesceape, Gr. D. 28, 25. On fægeres cildes heówe, Bl. H. 235, 29. Mid wlite and mid wæstmum fægerne, 113, 17. Fægerne bearnteám, Chr. 1057; P. 188, 14. Ðeáh þú wǽre eallra monna fægrost, Bt. 32, 1; F. 114, 27. (1 a) of the body and its parts Þæt feax áfealleð þe ǽr wæs fæger on híwe and on fulre wæstme, Wlfst. 148, 5. Þín se fægresta fæþm, Bl. H. 7, 25. Fægre leomu on tó geseónne, 113, 22. (1 b) of a period of life :-- Fægre uenustae (pubertatis), An. Ox. 2115. Þonne se geogoþhád ǽrest blóweþ and fægerost biþ, Bl. H. 59, 6. 2. of inanimate things Hwæþer ðe lícigen fægeru lond? . . . Hwí ne sceolde mé lícian fæger land ? hú ne is þæt se fægeresta dǽl Godes gesceafta ? an vos agrorum pulcritudo delectat ? quidni ? est enim pulcerrimi operis pulcra portio, Bt. 14, 1; F. 40, 17. Þes middangeard wæs fæger, Bl. H. 115, 10. templ wǽre þrymlic geweorc and fæger, 77, 32. On þǽm fægran neorxnawange, 143, 25. Fægerra blóstmena, Bt. 14, 1 ; F. 40, 24. 3. of appearance Fægereste pulcherrimae (venustati), An. Ox. 1052. II. of moral beauty Wæs fæger eáðmódnes geméted on þǽre fǽmnan, Bl. H. 9, 21. Fægeran formosiore (virginitate), An. Ox. 4978. III. fig. as an epithet of sound, odour, &c. Ðá eáran wǽron hræde tó gehýrenne fægere dreámas, Wlfst. 148, 2. IV. fair, desirable, handsome (of amount) Þín méd is on mé fæger, Hml. A. 167, 99. Gemun ðú ðæs miclan and þæs fægran edleánes, Bt. 37, 2 ; F. 188, 30. V. fair, plausible (of words) MSé nǽdre beswác þurh fægir word, Gen. 899. VI. fair, not disturbed, not stormy Gyf hé fæger weter geseó, oððe ofer færeþ, byð orsorgnyss, Lch. iii. 168, 25. VI a. free from trouble, pleasant :-- Þúhte fæger and wlitig heora líf and wynsumlic, Bl. H. 107, 30. VI b. free from impropriety :-- Heó hádunga underféng mid fægere drohtnunga, Hml. S. 7, 284. v. for-fæger.
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