faroþ
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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faroþ
Substitute: faroþ, es; m. I. water in motion [? cf. faran ; I. 3 ; and for connexion of a noun denoting water with a verb denoting motion, v. wǽg wave, and wegan to move], surging sea, ocean, waves Brádne hwyrft oð þæt brim faroþæs (cf. the phrase sæ-acute;s brim. The MS. has brim faroþæs : in Az. 38 the reading is oð brimflódas) the spacious vault of heaven down to the waters of ocean (i. e. to the horizon), the entire expanse of the sky , Dan. 322. Mec sǽ oðbær æfter faroðe the sea bore me along on its waves , B. 580. Wæs æt holme gearo, fús æt faroðe, 1916. Bát on sǽwe, fleót on faroðe, Hy. 4, 100. Hí hyne ætbǽron tó brimes faroðe they bore him to the water , B. 28. Gewát him ofer sandhleoðu tó sæ-acute;s faruðe, An. 236. Brimþisan æt sæ-acute;s faroðe sécan, 1660. II. the land bordering the sea, shore Hé on greóte stód, fús on faroðe, An. 255. [Perhaps some passages given under I. should be taken here.] v. compounds with faroþ-.
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