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Add:1. that concerns the whole people, public, national Hí woldon ferian mid folclicum wurðmynte þone hálgan líchaman, and læcgan innan þǽre cyrcan they wanted to give the body a public funeral, Hml. S. 32, 174. Hí gewǽpnode út férdon mid folclicum truman accepit unusquisque vir arma sua et egressi sunt, Hml. A. 113, 356. Ðone feórðan pening on folclicre steóre omnem quartum nummum reipublicae, C. D. iii. 61, 15. Hé nolde forlǽtan þone folclican carnpdóm he would not give up the army, Hml. S. 31, 92. 2. of the great mass of people, common, general Folclice vulgata (traditio ), An. Ox. 5097. Fela wundra wé gehýrdon on folclicre sprǽce, Hml. S. 32, 247. 3. public (in contrast with secret) Tó ansýne folclicre (ad faciem publicam) geþyld hí híwiað, and on geþance yrsunge áttor hí behýdað, Scint. 9, 12. 4. of the common people, plebeian, common Of cyrliscum lífe and of folclicum gedeorfe ex vita rustica et ex plebeio labore, R. Ben. 138, 22. Án his þeówa his gesíða wæs. . . and samod hí gereordoden swá swá gelican. Þreo geár hé férde mid þám folclicum cempum, Hml. S. 31, 40. (4 a) like the common people, common, without distinction or excellence :-- Móna se þrí and twéntigoðaa Hé næs begangende ídele spellunge folclicra (-ric-, MS. ) manna, Guth. 12, 17. 5. having many people, populous Folclicere populosae (civitaiis), An. Ox. 4887. Betwyx twám folclicum inter duo populosa (praedia), 3789. [O. H. Ger. folch-líh popularis, plebius.]
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