fǽr-béna
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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fǽr-béna
Substitute: fær-béna (-u), an; m. I. one that has to ask leave to go (faran) from his lord (? v. fær; I. 2), a person of the churl class Gif ǽni man ágiten wurðe ǽnige hǽðenscipe dreóge . . . gif hé sí cynges þegn . . . Gif hit sí elles landágende man . . . Gif hit sí færbéna . . . Gif cyninges þegen ætsace . . . Gif landágende man ætsace . . . Gif cyrlisc man ætsace, Ll. Th. ii. 296, 27-298, 13. II. one that asks for passage on a ship (? cf. fær; I. 3; III; IV. 2) Faerbénu epifates ( = ἐπιβάτης), Txts. 108, 1112.
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