fillan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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fillan
Take here passages given under fyllan, and add: I. to cause to fall to the ground, to pull down, throw down, 1. lit. Hé cwealde Crístne men, circan fylde, Jul. 5. Hé sum deófolgild bræc and fylde . . . hié mid heora handum þá ídlan gyld fyldon, Bl. H. 223, 15, 21. Hét ic ceorfan ðá bearwas and þone wudu fyllan jubeo cedi nemus. Nar. 12, 19. (la) to make bellows collapse by driving the air out (?) :-- Ic wiht (bellows] geseah . . . þegn folgade . . . and micel hæfde geféred þǽr hit felde (when he made the swollen bellows subside ?), Ra. 38, 4. 2. fig. to be a stumbling-block to Gif honde þíne fælleþ þec, Mt. R. 18, 8. I a. to cast into :-- Hé ús on þæt fýr fylde, Gen. 747. II. to fell, destroy Þonne ic hiora fýnd fylde and hýnde ad nihilum inimicos eorum humiliassem. Ps. Th. 80, 13. Ic fylde mid folmum fæder Enoses, Gen. 1096. Húðe áhreddan and hæleð fyllan, 2113. II a. to put down error, &c. :-- Hé deófulgild tódráf and gedwolan fylde, An. 1690. v. wind-filled
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