fruma
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fruma
Add:I. a beginning. 1. the first part or point of a continuous period, action, work, &c. Se dæg wæs fruma þyses lǽnan leóhtes, Bl. H. 133, 10. Ðás circean þus gecýþde æt fruman (at the time of its foundation ) seó ilce bóc, 197, 26. Se godspellere sóna on fruman (in the very first part of his work) his godspell swá be þǽre Ióhannes gebyrde wrát, 161, 25. ¶ the beginning of time :-- Swá God æt fruman getihhod hæfde, Bt. 39, 6; F. 220, 26: 41, 2; F. 246, 17. Hí on fruman tó Godes híwunga gesceapene wǽron, Bl. H. 61, 7. Þíne welan þe þú (the Devil ) on fruman begeáte æt þæs ǽrestan mannes unhýrsumnesse, 85, 30. 2. the first member of a connected series Se fruma wæs mon forstæl ǽnne wímman æt Ícesleá, Cht. Th. 206, 19. Þára manna þe þæt bócland on fruman (in the first instance ) gestríndon, Ll. Th. i. 88, 19. 3. the first stage of a development Þisse ádle fruman mon mæg ýþelíce gelácnian, Lch. ii. 232, 16. II. source, origin 'Ðú cennest sunu' . . . Mid þý þe heó gehýrde þone fruman ðæs godcundan túddres, þá cwæþ heó: 'Hú mæg þis þus geweorþan . . .?,' Bl. H. 7, 20. II a. of a person, source, author :-- Sé sé ðæt wæter út forléte wǽre fruma ðǽre tówesnesse (caput jurgiorum ), Past. 279, 13. Dryhten, þú ús álésdest from deáþes fruman, Bl. H. 89, 32. v. weorold-fruma.
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