fremu
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fremu
Take here freme in Dict., and add: 1. Kindness, kind deed, benefit, good Fremu, freomu beneficium, Txts. 44, 135. Fréme affectus (cf. affectum hyldo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 1. 12), Rtl. 187, 17. Beneficium freme, i. donum gife, Wrt. Voc. ii. 125, 29. 2. profit, advantage Hwelc fremu bið menn ðæt hé gestriéne eal ðæt him ymbútan sié quid prodest homini, si totum, quod extra se est, congregat?, Past. 333, 10. Gyf hé máre geearnian mæig, him byð sylfum fremu si plus deservit, ipsi commodum erit, Ll. Th. i. 438, 7. Sé þe óðerne mid wóge forsecgan wille, hé áðor oþþe feó oþþe freme þe wyrsa sý, 266, 23. Freme (feorme, freoma, v.ll. ), 384, 24. Wǽron earme men besyrwde ge æt freme ge æt fóstre ge æt feó. Wlfst. 158, 30. Eádsige hine wel lǽrde tó ealles folces freme docuit eum ea quae facienda erant ad utilitatem sibi subjecti populi, Chr. 1042; P. 162, note 6. Ðæt hé sumne hearm geswigode ðǽr ðǽr hé freme gecleopian meahte that he had done harm by silence where he might have got profit by calling out, Past. 49, 22.
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