feng
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feng
Add:1. a taking Faengae, fenge pro captu, Txts. 82, 727. (1 a) a taking hold by way of greeting, embrace :-- On fænge (fenge, 102, 61) ge on clyppe, Angl. xi. 99, 76. (1 b) a taking of fish, game, &c. :-- Feng fisca captura piscium, Lk. p. 4, 17. In feng ðǽra fiscana in captura piscium, Jn. p. 8, 9. (1 c) capture, seizure of a person :-- Sé þe ne sealde ús on gehæfte ł tó fæncge (in captionem ) tóðum heora, Ps. L. 123, 6. 2. of concrete things. a. that which grasps, embraces, catches Arpax geara feng vel lupus, arpago hooc, Wrt. Voc. i. 16, 42. Geara feng peeris (cf. gearufang proceris, 63, 75), 57, 14. Belocenum fenge contenta sinu, concluso, ii. 135, 4. b. that which is formed as a clasp Foreweard feng þǽre lippena tógædere rostrum, Wrt. Voc. i. 43, 26. c. what is taken captive Feng gilǽdde gefeng captivam duxit captivitatem, Rtl. 83, 3. [v. N. E. D. feng. O. Frs. feng: Icel. fengr.] v. æt-, ge-, mis-, þeóf-, ymb-feng; fang; on-fenge.
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