for-dyttan
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for-dyttan
AddFordytte obstruit, Wrt. Voc. ii. 115, 24. Fordyttat obtrudite, Germ. 398, 95. Fordyt oblitum, coopertum, 397, 378. I. in a literal, physical sense Þá geoniendan ceáfla þrotbollan fordytte hiulcos (i. apertos) faucium gurguliones oppilauit (i. obturauit ), An. Ox. 3577. Bescufon hí þone man in þone ofn and fordytton þone ofn (clibanum clauserunt ), Gr. D. 219, 13. Hí fordytton ǽlc fær upp tó þám muntum praeoccupaverunt omnes vertices montium, Hml. A. 104, 70. Fordytte eáre mid þǽre wulle, Lch. ii. 42, 25: 44, 3. Hé hét fordyttan þæs scræfes múð mid weorcstánum, Homl. Th. ii. 424, 26. Fordyttum scyttylsum obseratis uectibus, Germ. 399, 349. II. figurative, where there is obstruction of the mind or senses Líchamlicere forspennincge fordyt carnalis (caligo) inlecebrae optundit (i. obfuscat ), An. Ox. 1725. Sé fordett qui opturat (aurem suam ), Kent. Gl. 777. Heó simble heora eáran fordyttan and hit gehýran noldon, Wlfst. 255, 7. Heora módes andgytu hí fordytton, Hml. S. 23, 379. Forduttende (obturantes ) eáran hire, Ps. Srt. 57, 5. Fordytt obstructum, Bl. Gl. Mid swige fordyt silentio oppilatum (i. obturatum ), An. Ox. 2086. Fordytte þinc abstrusa, 2335. [v. N. E. D. fordit.] v. un-fordyt[t].
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