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fród
Add:I. wise. 1. of persons Nǽnig þæs fród leofað þæt his mæge ǽspringe þurh his ǽgne spéd witan, Sch. 76. Guma gehðum fród, El. 531. (1 a) skilled in a subject :-- Fyrngidda fród, El. 543. 2. of discourse, counsel, &c. Fróde geþeahte, Men. 182. Fróde láre, Fä. 94. Fródum wordum, Gn. Ex. 1. II. old Fród grandevus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 41, 10. Fródrae provectae, Txts. 84, 758. Fródre preuectue, Wrt. Voc. ii. 68, 38. 1. of persons, animals, or plants Hæfde fród hæle nigon hund wintra and hundseofontig tó, Gen. 1222. Fród cyning, hár hilderinc, B. 1306. Fród guma sægde fela geongum, Fä. 53. Ðraca sceal on hlǽwe fród, Gn. C. 27. Fugol fród, geealdad, wintrum gebysgad, Ph. 426. (1 a) with dat. or gen. of noun of time :-- Dægríme fród, Gen. 2173. Gomol bið snoterost, fyrngeárum fród, sé þe ǽr fela gebídeþ, Gn. C. 12. Fénix byrneð fyrngeárum fród, Ph. 219. Hæfde v. and syxtig and nigon hund eác nihtgerímes wine fród wintres, Gen. 1194. Treów . . . fród dagum, Rä. 54, 4. 2. of things Fród fyrngeweorc (a statue), An. 738: the universe, Ph. 84. Fród fyrngewritu (the Old Testament ), El. 431.
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