feolan
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feolan
l. feólan, take here passages under felgan, and add: p. fealh, feal 1. , pl. fulgon, fúlon To make one's way, press to or from a place, get (lit. or fig.) Nú mé fealh on móde it has come into my mind, Gr. D. 17, 32. Hé hét rǽdan oð ðæt hé fulge on slǽpe he bade them read till he could get to sleep, Hml. A. 98, 211. Swá swýðe swá hí ǽr þám folce þæs útfæreldes wyrndon, swá micle hý wǽron geornran þæt hí him fram fulgen (that they should hasten their departure; cf. urgebant Aegyptii populum de terra exire velociter, Ex. 12, 33), Ors. 1, 7; S. 38, 20. Þæt fýr fiólan ne mæg eft æt his éðle (cf. ne mæg cuman tó his earde, Bt. 33, 4; F. 130, 32), Met. 20, 154. v. oþ-, wiþ-feólan.
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