folc-mægen
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folc-mægen
Substitute: The forces of a people, a people, tribe Folcmægen fór æfter óðrum tribe followed tribe (of the twelve tribes passing through the Red Sea), Exod. 347. Hǽðne þeóde . . . efnedon unrihtdóm, swá hyra aldor dyde . . . fremde folcmægen (the people of Babylon), swá hyra freá ǽrest unrǽd efnde, Dan. 185. Gewát him Andreas inn on ceastre gangan tó þæs þe hé gramragemðt, fára folcmægen (the Mermedonians), gefrægen hæfde, An. 1062. Cf. þeód-mægen.
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