fǽr
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fǽr
Add: a calamity, disaster, evil, accident Fér casus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 103, 35. Fær cassus, 14, 2. Cassibus, calamitatibus vel férum, cassus, scelus, malum vel fær (cf. excidium, casus, ruina, 145, 8), 129, 27-30. Land, leóhtes leás and líges full, fýres fǽr micel a land without light and full of flame, a huge destroying fire, Gen. 334. Ǽr him fǽr Godes aldre gesceóde ere the calamity sent by God destroyed them, Dan. 592. Ne con hé yfles andgiet, ǽr hit hine on fealleð. Hé þonne onfindeþ, þonne se fǽr cymeð, Dóm. 73. Ic þæs fǽres á on wénum sæt, hwonne mé wráðra sum aldre beheówe I was ever expecting disaster, the stroke that should rob me of life, Gen. 2699. Hé sóna deád wæs. Ðá gesáwon ðá burgware, ðá wurdon hié swíðe forhte for ðǽm fære, Bl. H. 199, 24. Preóstas magon bútan fére (without ill result? ) þæs mónan ylde findan mid geráde, Angl. viii. 332, 46. Hié þurh flódes fǽr (the destruction caused by the food ) feorh áléton, Andr. 1631: 1532. Hí flugon forhtigende, fǽr ongéton they fled in terror, knowing the calamity that had come upon them, Exod. 452. Gif se ǽrra fǽr genam if the former got hurt, Rä. 54, 12. ¶ attack of disease? :-- Lǽcedómas wiþ feferádle . . . wiþ þriddan dæges fǽre (cf. fefre, 134, 21) and feórþan dæges fǽre (cf. fefre, 134, 22) and wið ǽlces dæges fére (cf. fefere, 134, 74), Lch. ii. 12, 26-28.
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