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l. féran, and add: I. of motion. 1. literal Hwæt is þes mihtiga þe þus mǽrlíce féreþ (cometh like an honoured guest )?, Bl. H. 71, 14. Hé mid fierde férde, Chr. 835; P. 62, 17. Hé foerde ðona abiit inde, Mt. L. 19, 15. hrýðer geond wésten férde, Bl. H. 199, 10. 'Farað þider' . . . Hié þá ealle férdon, 239, 12. Férdon abscedunt, An. Ox. 3590. Hí férdon ǽfre forð æfter, Chr. 999; P. 133, 9. Fér in mont transmigra in montem, Ps. Srt. 10, 2. Féran properare, Wrt. Voc. ii. 85, 66. (1 a) with reflex. dat. Hé him hámweard férde tó his ágnum ríce, Ors. 2, 4; S. 74, 33. Férde ǽlc man him hám, Chr. 1016; P. 147, 24. Hí him férdon onbúton swá swá hí sylf, woldon, 1001; P. 133, 27. Þú mihtest þé féran betwyx þám tunglum, Bt. 36, 2; F. 174, 10. (1 b) with road by which motion is effected in dat. or inst. :-- Ic þǽm wegum férde, Nar. 6, 28. Férdon wé forð þý wege þe wé ǽr ongunnon, 8, 18. Ic wolde þǽm frécnan wege and síðfatum foeran, 6, 3. 2. figurative. a. of course taken Férdon betwux (intervened ) Ródbeard eorl and Eádgar æðeling and þǽra cinga sehte gemacedon, Chr. 1091; P. 226, 37. Fulfremednesse weg þe wé on féran sceolan, Bl. H. 21, 17. b. of going from this world, to depart this life Ǽr hé of worulde férde, Bl. H. 225, 9. Férdon forð Tatwine and Biéda, Chr. 734; P. 44, 14. Gif ceorl and his wíf bearn hæbben gemǽne, and fére se ceorl forð, Ll. Th. i. 126, 4. II. of action, behaviour, to go on, proceed Heó férde fracodlíce on forlygre she shamefully practised adultery, Hml. S. 2, 217. On wlence ic férde þurh ídele wuldor, Angl. xi. 113, 50. Wæs hé mid yrre onstyred, for ðon þe hrýðer swá ofermódlíce férde, Bl. H. 199, 17. Hé férde swá swá his forcúða fæder and swá swá his fracode módor him yfele gebysnodon, Hml. S. 18, 229. Sum leódscipe þe God wolde gewítnian for heora gewitleásum dǽdum; wǽron ðá Niniuitiscan þe wódlíce férdon, 13, 275: Ælfc. T. Grn. 8, 8. Litel rihtwísnesse wæs . . . búton mid munecan áne þǽr þǽr hí wæll férdon, Chr. 1086; P. 218, 9. III. to fare, go on, succeed. 1. of persons Hí swuncon on ídel and earmlíce férdon, Hml. S. 32, 206. 2. impersonal Hú wel hit férde mid ús þá ðá þis ígland wæs wunigende on sibbe, Hml. S. 13, 147. Hé wæs smeágende hú hit on ðæs cáseres híréde férde, 23, 222. IV. to come, be derived Ic wéne þú nǽfre tó ðus mycles mægnes lǽcedómum becóme swylcum swá ic gefregn ðá þe fram Ǽscolapio férdon, Lch. i. 326, 7. [v. N. E. D. fere to travel, behave, fare. O. Frs. féra: O. Sax. fórian: O. H. Ger. fuoren: Icel. færa. All these, though agreeing in form, are used with a causative force to carry, bring.] v. fore-, ymb-féran; forþbig-, wíd-férende.
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