for-lǽtnes
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for-lǽtnes
Take instances from for-lǽtennes in Dict., and add: I. abandonment, desolation, v. for-lǽtan; IV. 2 Forlétnis desolatio, Lk. R. L. 21, 20. II. neglect. Cf. for-lǽtan; IV. 2, VI. 1 c Of aldra in forlétnisse de parentum inspretione, Mk. p. 3, 15. III. abandonment of principle, &c. v. for-lǽtan; VII. 2 Seó anfengnes médsceata on dómum ys sóðfæstnesse forlǽtnes, Ll. Lbmn. 476, 31. IV. cessation, intermission, v. for-lǽtan; VII. 3 hié wacedon búton forlǽtnesse, Bl. H. 145, 32. V. relaxation of effort, remissness. v. for-lǽtan; VIII. 1 b Sió forlǽtnes ðæs gódan weorces ipsa operandi remissio, Past. 445, 14. VI. remission, pardon, v. for-lǽtan; VIII. 5 Wé sceolan gelýfan synna forlǽtnessa and líchoman ǽristes, Bl. H. 111, 10. Tó forlétnise ad ueniam, Rtl. 103, 19. In forlétnisæ (remissionem ) synna, Mt. L. R. 26, 28. Forlǽtnesse, Bl. H. 35, 36: 129, 28. VII. loss. v. for-lǽtan; VIII. 6 Æfter þǽra eágena forlǽtnysse, Hml. S. 23 b, 7. VIII. putting away, dismission, divorce Of boec forlétnise de libello repudii, Mt. p. 18, 8. v. án-, betweohn-forlǽtness.
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