fætt
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fætt
l. fǽtt, and add: I. of animals or human beings, 1. in a well-fed condition, plump Hine oxa ne teáh, ne fǽt hengest, Rä. 23, 14. Þæt þæt gé fǽt sáwon (þæt gé fǽttas gesáwon, R. Ben. 51, 15) gé underféngon, and wanhál wæs gé wiðsócan quod crassum videbatis, assumebatis; et quod debile erat, proicebatis , R. Ben. I. 56, 14. Þá men beóð mægre, þeáh þe hié ǽr fǽtte wǽron, Lch. ii. 242, 4. Culfrena briddas, hænne flǽsc, and góse fiþru, swá betere swá fǽtran sién, 196, 23. 2. in an overfed condition, corpulent, obese Bearg fǽt porcaster obesus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 97, 20 : 64, 50. ¶ as a nickname :-- Ealdréd hæfð geunnen Æðestán fǽttan sumne dǽl landes, C. D. iv. 262, 13. 3. of animals intended to be eaten, fatted Fǽt heáhfore altilium , Wrt. Voc. i. 23, 50. Tó féttum stiorce ad vitulum saginatum , Kent. Gl. 525. II. of things, plump, full-bodied, substantial Ðá beóð fulle of fǽttum leáfum and wel wósigum, Lch. i. 258, 3. Hafað seó lǽsse smæle leáf and gehwǽde, and seó óðer hafað máran leáf and fǽtte, 264, 20. Sió hæfð fǽtte and þicce ǽdra, ii. 242, 16. III. containing fatty matter, consisting of fat Genim fǽttes flǽsces, sele twá snǽda, Lch. ii. 268, 30. Bið swá sélre swá hé fǽttron mete ete, and gif hé mæge gedrincan ge ðǽre buteran, iii. 22, 14. III a. referring to fluids, oleaginous, unctuous :-- Ðý fǽttan crasso (crassa olei pinguedine, Ald.), Wrt. Voc. ii. 83, 67 : 18, 52. IV. rich (of food) Fǽtt broþ pingue jus , Coll. M. 29, 13. Fétto pinguia , Kent. Gl. 788. V. fertile, productive, rich (soil) Ðeós wyrt byþ cenned on fǽttum landum and begánum, Lch. i. 254, 11. VI. well supplied with what is needful or desirable, rich in good things Æt fruman ðes middangeard wæs ðeónde, . . . on spéda genihtsumnysse fǽtt, Hml. Th. i. 614, 19. v. frǽ-, ofer-fǽtt.
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