( = fǽgþ? cf. fǽge) feyness :-- Dol seldon drýmeð sorgful ymbe his forðgesceaft, nefne hé fǽhðe wite a fool in his life of pleasure is seldom anxious about his future, unless he knows that death is at hand, Fä. 56. [Icel. feigð feyness.]
, fǽgþ, e; f: fǽhþe, an; f: fǽhþo, fǽhþu; indecl. f. Feud, vengeance, enmity, hostility, deadly feud, that enmity which the relations of the deceased waged against the kindred of the murderer; capĭtālis inĭmīcĭtia, vindĭcātio, hostīlĭtas, factio ob hŏmĭnem interemptum :-- Sió fǽhþ gewearþ gewrecen wráþlíce the feud was wrathfully avenged, Beo. Th. 6115; B. 3061: 4798; B. 2403. Ne gefeáh he ðære fǽhþe he rejoiced not in the enmity, 218; B. 109: Exon. 29 a; Th. 88, 17; Cri. 1441.