fǽmne
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fǽmne
AddUngehǽmed fǽmne innupta, i. uirgo, An. Ox. 1174. Scylcen, fǽmne, meówle iuuencula, i. uirguncula, 2112. Ceorlstrang fǽmne virago, Wrt. Voc. i. 17, 18. Þá cwæð Adam: 'Beó hire nama Uirago, þæt is fǽmne, for ðan ðe heó is of hire were genumen,' Hml. Th. i. 14, 24. Fram wǽpenleásre fémnan e virgine inermi, Wrt. Voc. ii. 144, 39. ¶ referring to the Virgin Mary :-- Heó is seó clǽneste fǽmne, and heó wæs fǽmne ǽr hire beorþre and heó wunaþ fǽmne æfter hire beorþre, Bl. H. 155, 33. Þú wǽre symle fǽmne oncnáwen . . . þone Hǽlend þú fémne (fǽmne, v. l. ) geeácnodest, eác swilce fǽmne ácendest, Hml. S. 23 b, 436-446. Ðá ealra fǽmnena cwén cende þone Hǽlend . . . ðá hé líchaman onféng. Æt Sc̃a Marian, þǽre unwemman fǽmnan, Wlfst. 251, 8-13. v. nunn-fǽmne.
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