fæst-hafol
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fæst-hafol
Add:I. that holds fast Fæsthafellæstum (-nestum, An. Ox. 4595) gerǽpod tenacissimis (vinculis) inretita , Hpt. Gl. 512, 63. II. strong, firm, steadfast God, fæsthafol strængð unástyred on þé þurhwunað Deus, tenax vigor inmotus in te permanet , Hy. S. 11, 2. III. tenacious, retentive Fæsthaful capax (cf. capax memorię , An. Ox. 3101), Wrt. Voc. ii. 21, 47. Mid fæsthafelre race tenaci (memoriae) textu , An. Ox. 192. Hé gefæstnode his láre on fæsthafelum gemynde, Hml. Th. ii. 118, 20. IV. parsimonious, close-fisted For hwí wǽre þú swá fæsthafol mínra góda þe ic þé sealde?, Wlfst. 258, 12. Were grǽdigum and fæsthafelum uiro cupido et tenaci , Scint. 110, 15. Sint tó manianne ðá fæsðhafula[n] (tenaces, qui sua retinent ), Past. 339, 7.
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