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AddWæs forbúgende cedens, Wrt. Voc. ii. 24, 3. I. with acc. or clause. 1. to avoid, a. not to come in contact with, not meet with, get or keep out of the way of a material object Rae. mid emfare forbúgaþ balenam circito declinant. An. Ox. 670. Swican hé forbeáh decipulam declinavit, Hpt. Gl. 520, 31. Hé ná ne forbeág mid his nebbe monna spát], Past. 261, 8. Ðá suelcan wé magon ealra betest geryhtan mid ðý ðæt wé hié forbúgen, 293, 22. Hié sindon swǽ micle wærlícor tó ferbúgonne (? oferbúganne, Hatt. MS. ), 294, 21. b. not to be exposed to, not be subject to Yrre Godes þá hwíle þe wé lybbað forbúgan (uitare) wé magon, Scint. 233, 20. Ðæt wé mægen forbúgan ðæt wíte, Past. 255, 5. Unsibbe mon ne mehte mid nánum þingum forbúgan. Ors. 6, 3; S. 256, 33. Beón forbogen uitari, Scint. 234, I. c. to abstain from an action, practice, &c. Barbarismum hig on heora gesetnyssa forbúgað, Angl. viii. 313, 18. Swá heó (the soul ) leahtras forbúge, Hml. S. l, 154, 237. Swá heó syngige, swá heó synna forbúge, Hml. Th. i. 292, 33. Ðæt wé orsorgnesse ús ondrǽden, and hí forbúgen, Past. 35, 2. Þæt wé ǽlcne hǽðendom georne forbúgan, Ll. Th. i. 314, 9. Hé ne mæg forbúgan hé þæt ilce yfel ne geþafige óþrum monnum þe hé ǽr óþrum dyde, Bt. 16, 2; F. 54, 5. Þá swylce micele leahtras synd forbogene (euitantur), Scint. 231, 5. 2. to fail to attend a meeting, fail to keep an appointment Hé forbéh þone ándagan, Cht. Th. 206, 28. Sé þe þás gemót forbúge þrywa, Ll. Th. i. 268, 15. Gif preóst sinoð forbúge, ii. 296, 16. 3. to escape from, evade an obligation, neglect, not to obey a command Gif hwá riht forbúge and út hleápe, Ll. Th. i. 260, 7. Gif hé út hleápe, and ordál forbúge, 282, 2 : 294, 16. Gif preóst biscopes ágen geban forbúge, ii. 290, 20. Ne mihte hé forbúgan pæs cáseres hǽse, Hml. Th. i. 80, 26. 4. to pass by, pass over, leave unnoticed: — Forgéman, i. forbúgon praetergredi, Kent, Gl. 685. Tó forbúgenne, forgitenne (nec) praetereundum (arbitror . . . Benedictum), An. Ox. 2558. (4 a) to pass by with disfavour, shun, eschew Ðǽra ungeleáffulra manna heortan God forbýhð and onscunað, Hml. Th. i. 288, 9. Se Hálga Gást ðá clǽnheortan lufað, and ðá mánfullan forbíhð, ii. 580, 34. Ídele býspellu forbúh, Scint. 213, 5. II. with dat. To avoid, not to follow :-- Sé gehealt his fulluht rihtlíce sé þe gehealt Godes beboda, and forbúhð deófles unlárum, Ll. Th. ii. 330, 27. III. absolute, to furn aside :-- Ne se wrecenda brynæ wile forbúgan, Dóm. L. 154. [v. N. E. D. forbow.] v. for-cirran.
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