folc-gefeoht
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folc-gefeoht
Add:1. a war carried on by the forces of one people with those of another Gif man ofsleá óþerne on folcgefeohte (folces gefeohte, v.l.) si quis alium in Bello publico (cf. in publico bello cum rege, 24, ii: cf. also p. 5, § 17) Occiderit, Ll. Th. ii. 150, 4. Æt þrím folcgefeohtum forwurdon nigon x hund þusenda of Persa ánra anwealde de uisceribvs unius regni decies novies centena millia virorum tria bella rapnerunt, Ors. 2, 5; S. 84, 28. 2. a battle fought in such a war Hié gecwǽdon folcgefeoht him betweónum they (the Romans and Jugurtha) agreed to fight a pitched battle, Ors. 5, 7; S. 230, 10. Philippuse geþúhte þæt hé leng mid folcgefeohtum wið hié ne mehte, ac he wæs mid hlóþum on hí hergende, 3, 7; S. 118, 18.
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