frum-bearn
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frum-bearn
Add:1. a first-born child, the eldest child His wíf sunu on woruld bróhte, se eafora wæs Enoc háten, freólic frumbearn, Gen. 1189: 1056. Þám yldestan eaforan, frumbearne, 1215. Hé slóh ǽghwylc frumbearn percussit omne primogenitum, Ps. Th. 104, 31. Frumbearna gehwylc, 77, 51: Exod. 38. Æðele frumbearn primogenita, 134, 8. ¶ figurative :-- Banan mancynnes fácnes frumbearn (the devil ), An. 1296. 2. one of the first two or three children, an elder child Adames and Euan aforan wǽron freólicu twá frumbearn cenned, Cain and Abel, Gen. 968. Þá yldestan Chus and Cham hátene wǽron, frumbearn Chames, 1618.
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