gang-dagas
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gang-dagas
Add: days on which processions were made during which prayers for peace and prosperity were recited. [Cf. the description of ' lætania majora' On ðǽm dæge eall Godes folc mid eáðmódlice relicgonge sceal God biddan hé him forgefe ðone geár siblice tíd, and smyltelico gewidra, and genihtsume wæstmas, and heora líchoman trym-nysse, Shrn. 74, 9-12.] :-- Se móna on gangdagum ne mæg beón iungra þonne án and twéntig uihta eald, ne yldra þonne nigon and xxtig, Angl. viii. 324, 35. Geseah hé swýþe mycele weorud swylce on gangdagan. Vis. Lfc. 11. Cómon þá scipo tó þám gangdagum (gan-, v. l. ), Chr. 1016; P. 149, 3. Tó þám gongdagan, 1063; P. 191, 9. Ofer Eástron ymbe gangdagas oþþe ǽr, 892 ; P. 82, 30. Sé þe stalað . . . on Gang-dagas . . . wé willað . . . sié twybóte. Ll. Th. i. 64, 24. Bútan wíte oð Gongdagas, 222, 23. Inne ðá háli wuca æt Gangdagas in sancta ebdo-mada rogationum , C. D. iv. 209, 18. [v. N. E. D. gang-days.] v. gang-wuce.
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