fyll
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fyll
fyllu(-o). Add:I. fill, full supply of food, &c. Manducat unumquodque animal in mart alterum. Et dicunt quod vii minoribus saturantur maiores, ut vii fiscas sélaes fyllu, sifu sélas hronaes fyllu, sifu hronas hualaes fyllu, An. Ox. 54, 1. wós and þá wyrte on wín, drince þonne . . . symle án ful tó fylles (always one cup as a full dose, v. ; II. 5), Lch. i. 82, 14. II. with idea of excess, repletion, satiety Fyll and druncennyss saturitas et ebrietas, Scint. 106, 4. Þæt þǽr nǽfre seó fyl be fullum ne weorðe ut non usque ad satietatem (oferfylle, R. Ben. I. 72, 12) bibamus, R. Ben. 65, 2. Sió wamb bið áðened mid fylle for giéfernesse venter ingluvie extenditur, Past. 311, 12. Fæste hé nú ongeán hé ǽr þurh fylle unriht gefremode, Ll. Th. ii. 284, 2. v. ofer-, untíd-, wǽl-fyll(-u, -o).
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