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feallan
Add:I. of a body that can move freely Sum sceal on holte of heán beáme fiðerleás feallan, . . . hé fealleð on foldan, Vy. 21-26. Se feónd mid his geférum feóllon of heofonum on helle, Gen. 306. Teáras feóllon, El. 1134. Feall nú ádún (mitte te deorsum, Mt. 4, 6), Hml. Th. i. 166, 8. Hié cweþaþ tó þǽm dúnum : " Feallaþ ofor us, " Bl. H. 93, 33. Nis þǽre eorþan ére tó feallanne ofdúne ðonne úp, Bt. 33, 4; F. 130, 38. Se feallenda deófol, Hml, Th. i. 214, 23. I a. fig. of immaterial things :-- Méé Dóm. 72. Feól him ege on, Bl. H. 193, 5. II. of that which becomes detached and drops Þone cancor þǽra tóða, of ðám for oft ðá téþ feallað, Lch. i. 294, 22. Feól tó foldan swurd, ne mihte hé gehealdan méce, By. 166. Þá locu feóllon. Hö. 39. Wiþ ðæt mannes feax fealle, Lch. i. 110, 15. III. of the direction of a stream, to run Fylð swýðe mycel sǽ úp in on ðæt lond, Ors. 1, 1; S. 19, 18. IV. where an erect position is lost Ðá feól hé fǽringa onbæcling, Bl. H. 223, 11. Hié feóllan tó eorþan, and grápodan mid heora handum on þá eorþan, 151, 5. IV a. fig. to be overcome :-- Ic wæshearde cnyssed, and ic ne feóll, Ps. Th. 117, 13. IV b. to prostrate oneself in reverence :-- Gif þú feallest tó mé and mé weorþast (si cadens adoraveris me , Mt. 4, 9), Bl. H. 27, 18. Englas geþafedon þæt mennisce men him tó feóllon, Hml. Th. i. 38, 28. Hí feóllon on foldan and tó fótam hnigon, Sat. 533. Hé clypode: " Uton feallan tó ðǽre róde, and þone Ælmihtigan biddan . . . " Hí feóllon þá ealle mid Óswolde on gebedum, Hml. S. 26. 19-24. Hié on gebed feóllon, Gen. 847. Tó gebede feóllon, 777. IVc. to drop wounded or dead :-- Mycel wæll feóll on ǽgðre healfe, Chr. 1016; P. 150, 2 : By. 303. Hé blóde fáh feóll on foldan ; næs hé fǽge þá gyt, B. 2975. Feóllon wergend bennum seóce, Gen. 1971 : Hml. S. 26, 154. IV d. to stumble, fall into a pit, snare, &c. :-- Gif ðæt swín filð on ðæt sol, Past. 421, 2. Feallað firenfulle on heora fengnettum, Ps. Th. 140, 2. V. to fail, fall away, decay, crumble away. v. feallend-lic Þes middangeard daga gehwylce fealleþ and tó ende efsteþ, Bl. H. 59, 26: Wand. 63. Foldwela fealleð, eorðmægen ealdað, Reim. 68. Eáðre is heofen and eorðe gewíton þonne án stæf of þǽre ǽ fealle, Lk. 16, 17. Feal[l]endne nutabundum, i. corruendum , An. Ox. 2778. Þes middangeard flýhð from ús, and wé him fleóndum fylgeaþ, and hine feallendne lufiaþ, Bl. H. 115, 18. v. for-, forþ-, ofer-feallan.
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