full-fremed
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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full-fremed
adj. (p/cpl.) Perfect. 1. fully trained or conversant Heó weóx and wearð fulfremed on gódra mægna heányssum, Hml. A. 126, 337: 122, 187: Bl. H. 73, 16. Þridde cyn muneca is ánsetlena þe on mynsteres wununge fulfremede sindon (jam coenobiale conversatione perfecti ), R. Ben. 134, 22. Fulfremedum leornerum, 21, 16. 2. of complete excellence Wæs hé on gódum for Gode swíþe fulfremed, Bl. H. 217, 10. Gyf þú wylt fullfremed (ful-, v. l.) beón si vis perfectus esse, Mt. 19, 21: Hml. Th. i. 62, 3. Tó ðám staðole fulfremedes weorces ad virtutis statum, Past. 65, 16. Geþyld weorc folfremed hæbbe, þæt gé sýn fulfremede (perfecti ) and ansunde on nánum áteorigende, Scint. 8, 8. Tó gódum fremmingum fulfremedra dǽda, Hml. A 48, 581. Ne métte ic nó ðín weorc fullfremed (plena ) beforan mínum Gode, Past. 445, 21. Fulfremed, 22. Ðonne hié ðenceað hú hié selfe scylen fullfremodeste (ful-, v. l. ) weorðan, 41, 23. 3. in grammar applied to a tense which denotes a completed action Praeteritum perfectum ys forðgewiten fulfremed . . . Praeteritum plusquam perfectum is forðgewiten máre þonne fulfremed, for ðan ðe hit wæs gefyrn gedón, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 124, 5-9. v. un-fullfremed, full-fremman.
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