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Add:I. feeling fear Swíðe forht and bifiende multum tremens et pauida, Bd. 5, 12; Sch. 613, 17. Swíðe forhte trepidi, Gr. D. 132, 8. Frohto ł forhto timidi, Mk. L. 4, 40. Forhtra formidolosorum, i. timidorum, An. Ox. 4733. Forhtum tremebundis, i. formidantibus, 3773. I a. where the occasion of fear is given. 1. with for Hú forht hé sceal bión for ǽlcre orsognesse, Past. 32, 5. Wurdon hié swíðe forhte for ðǽm fǽre, Bl. H. 199, 24: Guth. 16, 8: Dóm. L. 160. 2. with dat. infin. Nelle ðú forht beón tó onfóanne Maria noli timere accipere Mariam, Mt. L. 1, 20. II. expressing fear Þá blácan andwlitan and þæt bifiende wered, se forhta cearm and þǽra folca wóp, Wlfst. 186, 18.
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