fur-lang
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fur-lang
Add:I. as a lineal measure, 1. originally 'the length of the drive of the plough before it is turned,' usually 40 rods, the eighth of a mile Of ðone forda úp on ðá ríðe án furlang wið súðan ðá cyrican; andlang ríðe, C. D. vi. 1, 25. Of ðǽre ealdan díc on Grinde*-*wylles lace án furlang, 48, 11. Ðus feor sceal beón þæs cinges grið fram his burhgeate þǽr hé is sittende on feówer healfe his, is .III. míla and .III. furlang (quarentenis, Lat. vers.) . . ., Ll. Th. i. 224, 9. 2. translating Latin stadium Furlang stadium, Wrt. Voc. i. 38, 9. Wæs seó wícstów on lengo .xx.es furlonga long castra in longum stadia .xx., Nar. 12, 16. II. an area of land a furrow-long in width (v. Seebohm, Vill. Comm., pp. 2-4) Án furlang hína herðlandes betweónan ðǽre strǽte and ðǽre mǽdwe, C. D. iii. 18, 28. Oð ðæs furlanges úpende (cf. at ðas akeres úpende, 434, 2), 418, 23. On ðæs langan furlanges eástende, vi. 48, 9. Forð bufon scortan hlince æt ðæs furlanges ende, v. 111, 6. Ðweres ofer án furlang on gerihte on án ælrbed, 153, 35.
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