fót-ádl
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Neuter
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fót-ádl
Add: es; n. I. gout; podagra Ðá geuntrumade hé mid þǽre mettrymnesse podagre, ðæt is on úre geþeóde fótádl, Shrn. 100, 19. His handa and his fét wǽron swellende and áþundene for þý wǽtan þǽre fótádle (podagrae ), Gr. D. 302, 8. Wið ðǽre miclan siéndan fótádle þǽre ðe lǽceas hátad podagre, Lch. iii. 48, 26. Hé sumne mann gehǽlde fram þám miclan fótádle, Hml. S. 24, 163. Gif hwá mid fótádle swýþe and hefelíce geswenced sý, Lch. i. 104, 8. Wið fótádle þeáh ðe heó hefegust sý, 246, 22. Heó fótádle gelíðigað, 304, 25. II. as a translation of regia pestis, regius morbus Fótádles, fótcoþu regie pestis (virulenta incommoditate populari ), An. Ox. 2792. Fótádla, fótcoþa morbo regio (turgescens ... foetidum exhalavit spiraculum), 2817. [Morbus regius is jaundice, but in these two passages it seems to be taken as in the following :-- Wið þá cynelican ádle þe man auriginem nemneð (ad morbum regium hoc est, auriginem ), ys on úre geþeóde þǽra syna getoh and fóta geswel, Lch. i. 190, 14.] Cf. fót-swyle.
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