folgere
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folgere
Add:1. one who walks in the steps of another (lit. or fig.) Oft cymð sé bæftan ús þe ús mid swyftnysse gódre drohtnunge fore-stæpð ; and wé earfoðlíce him filiað tó merigen, sé ðe nú tó dæg is úre folgere geðúht, Hml. Th. ii. 82, 19. 2. one who succeeds to the office of another, a successor past gewinn betux Alexandres folgerum bella inter successores Alexandri, Ors. 3, II ; 148, 27. Þæt gewinn Alexandres folgera, S. 150, 27. 3. a follower, adherent, a. of a prince Ná má ne lifde þára þe Alexandres folgeras wǽron extinctis Alexandri ducibus, Ors. 3, ii; S. 152, 15. b. of a teacher, example, opinion, &c. Ðá wróhtgeornan sint tó manigenne dæt hié geðencen hwæs folgeras (seguaces) hié sindon, Past. 357, 16. Seó sóþe gesǽlþ mæg ǽlcum hire folgera sellan þurhwunigendne welan, Bt. 33, 3; F. 126, 12. 4. as a legal term, in contrast with heorþfæst man. [v. Andrews' Old English Manor. s.v.] The word is used of women as well as of men Gif hwá mid his lotwrencum óðres mannes folgere (pedisequam) fram him ápǽce for hǽmedþinge, Ll. Th. ii. 186, 22. [O.H.Ger. folgari sequester, sectator; folgara pedisequa.]
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