fǽman
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fǽman
Add:1. of fluids, a. when boiling Wyl wæter on croccan, dó hunig on, fleót simle fám of oþ hit nelle má fǽman, Lch. ii. 104, 20. Se fǽmenda seáþ puteus ille flammivomus, Bd. 5, 12; Sch. 627, 12. b. when in violent motion Fǽmendre wídsǽ spumantis pelagi, Hpt. Gl. 409, 68. 2. of living creatures, to foam at the mouth Hé fǽmeð (spumat ) and gristbitteð mið tóðum, Mk. L. R. 9, 18. [Þe reue . . . feng on to feamin (femin, v. l.) and gristbeatien up o þis meiden, Jul. 69, 17. Þe geant vemde and grunte, as yt were a strong bor, R. Glouc. 208, 7. Scot. feam: O. H. Ger. feimen spumare.] v. líg-fǽmende.
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