for-cirran
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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for-cirran
p. de. Take here for-cyrran in Dict., and add: 1. to turn (intrans.) aside from, get out of the way of, avoid Ǽghwylce yfele fótswaðu him ongeán cumende hé forbúgeþ, for ðon se yfela man hyne forcyrreþ, Lch. i. 318, 23. Barbarismum hig forbúgað, and eác barbara lexin hig forcyrrað, Angl. viii. 313, 19. Hý wǽron mid strǽlum scotode, ac ðá strǽlas forcyrdon hý and slógon ðá hǽðnan, Shrn. 135, 29. Hí eft ne cyrdon tó ðan cyninge, ac þurh óðerne weg hine forcyrdon, Hml. Th. i. 78, 30. Gif hé ágiémeleásað ðæt hé ðá lytlan hreówsige and hwílum forcierre qui peccata minima flere ac devitare negligit, Past. 437, 22. 2. to turn (trans.) aside For hwon onsiéne ðíne ðú forcerrest (avertis )?, Ps. Srt. 43, 24. Hé forcerreð (avertit ) heftnéd folces his, 52, 7: 13, 11. Ðú forcerdes úsic on bec avertisti nos retrorsum, 43, 11. 3. to turn in a wrong direction, pervert, subvert Ðú bist forcerred subverteris, Ps. Srt. 17, 27. Cneóris forcerredu natio perversa, ii. p. 191, 40. Ingeþanc wóh and forcyrred (-cerred, v. l.) intentio perversa, Gr. D. 76, 11. Mid heora þám forcyrdan (-cerdan, forhwyrfedum) cræfte, 73, 32.
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