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Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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Add:I. having no space empty. 1. absolute Orcas fulle, Jud. 19. 2. with gen. Búc ful wæteres, Hml. Th. ii. 422, 19. On ceác fulne wínes, Ll. ii. 30, 23. Twégen fǽtels full ealað oððe wæteres, Ors. 1, 1; S. 21, 16. 3. where a receptacle is used as a measure, v. ceác-, hand-full Dó þæs dústes fíf cuculeras fulle, Lch. i. 196, 13. Drince þreó ful fulle, 88, 13. 4. with prep. Hwæt fremað þé þæt ðín cyst stande ful mid gódum, and ðín ingehýd beó ǽmtig ǽlces gódes?, Hml. Th. ii. 410, 11. II. containing abundance of. 1. of material objects Wæs wæter wǽpna ful, Exod. 450. Béc sint fulle þára bisna, Bt. 29, 1; F. 102, 11. 2. in a non-material sense, abounding in abundantly characterized by (cf. adjectives in -full formed from nouns). a. with gen. sing. Se wer is wísdómes and cræfta full vir totus ex sapientia virtutibusque factus, Bt. 10; F. 28, 17: El. 939. Mǽg sigores full, Sancta Maria, Cri. 88. Tornes fulle, Gú. 176. Ealre fægernesse full, Bl. H. 115, 6. Þá yfelan sint fulle ǽlces yfeles, Bt. 37, 3; F. 190, 18. Se héhsta gód is ǽlces gódes fullast, 34, 2; F. 136, 13. b. with gen. pl. Weorðmynda full full of honours, Cri. 378: Crä. 24. Synna and mána full, Bl. H. 75, 7: 109, 29. Oferhygda full, Mód. 43. Cearena full, Cri. 962: Jul. 618. Hét leahtra ful tó cwale lǽdan synna leáse, 612. c. with inst. Fíf mægnum full, Sal. 136. Eáge æfþancum ful, 497. III. full of food Þú wǽre swá gífre swá hund, and þú nǽfre nǽre full þe má þe hell, Wlfst. 241, 7. III a. figurative :-- Þú git tó full sý þæs þe þéé Hí (avarice and hell ) habbað unáfylledlice grǽdignysse hí fulle ne beóð nǽfre, Hml. S. 16, 285. IV. complete, perfect, whole (said both of material and immaterial things) God is þæt fulle gód and fullfremede, nánes willan wana ne biþ . . . Gif nán wuht wana nǽre, þonne nǽre nán wuht full; for þý biþ ǽnig full þing þe sum þing biþ wana, and for þý biþ ǽnig þing wana ðe sum biþ full; ǽlc þing biþ fullost on his ágenum earda omne enim, quod imperfectum esse dicitur, id imminutione perfecti esse perhibetur. Quo fit, ut si in quolibet genere imperfectum quid esse videatur, in eo perfectum quoque aliquid esse necesse sit, Bt. 34, 1; F. 134, 18-24. 1. of material things ilce þú miht geþencan be ðám líchoman and be his limum. Gif þára lima hwilc of biþ, ðonne ne biþ hit nó full mon swá hit ǽr wæs, Bt. 37, 3; F. 190, 27. 2. of immaterial things Seó fulle gesǽlþ perfecta felicitas, Bt. 34, 2; F. 134, 32: 136, 11: 34, 9; F. 146, 21, 27, 28. Se fulla anweald, 36, 7; F. 184, 8. Gif hwá mid fullan willan forlǽt ǽlc gód, 36, 6; F. 182, 6: 35, 6; F. 170, 19. Écne anweald and fulle genyht, 33, 3; F. 126, 13. Suá hwá suá hæfð fulle hǽle his líchoman, Past. 251, 3. Hí wénaþ hié mægen habban full gód and fulle gesǽlþa on ðisum andweardum gódum. Ac þá fullan gesǽlþa and héhste gód is God self (Deum veramque beatitudinem unum atque idem esse monstravimus), Bt. 34, 7; F. 144, 15. IV a. entitled to all the privileges implied by a designation :-- Eall þeódscipe hine heafde for fullne cyning, Chr. 1013; P. 144, 6. V. complete in number, quantity, extent, whole, entire Gif þet fulle mægen þǽre wǽre if the full strength of the East Angles had been there, Chr. 1004; P. 135, 37. Erian fulne acer arare integrum agrum, Coll. M. 19, 21. Wæs án gér full þæt seó eorþe wæs cwaciende per totum fere annum terraemotus fuerunt, Ors. 2, 6; S. 88, 10. Heó þrím wucum fullum (tribus septimanis ) ne mihte úte cuman, Bd. 5, 4; Sch. 567, 15. Hé besætt þone castel fulle six wucan, Chr. 1087; P. 224, 12. Þes moncwealm wæs on Rómánum full (fulle, Bos. 55, 24) II geár (per biennium), Ors. 3, 3; S. 102, 9. [See full; adv.] V a. of a council, where none or few of the members are absent :-- Hér sæt full sinoð æt Cealchýðe, Chr. 785; P. 52, 19. V b. completed, that has reached the limit :-- Fulne ende þínes lífes þú hæfst gelifd plenam jam etatis finem habes, Nar. 30, 10. VI. used substantively Nǽfre seó fyl be fullum ne weorðe non usque ad satietatem bibamus, R. Ben. 65, 2. Hié ðá béc eallæ be fullan geliornod hæfdon, Past. 5, 20. v. ofer-, wæter-full.
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