gár
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gár
Add:I. a weapon with a pointed head. 1. where the use is uncertain Gár oft þurhwód fǽges feorhhús, By. 296. Þurh gáres gripe gást onsendan (cf. gripon under sceát werum scearpe gáras, Gen. 2064), An. 187. Gáras spicula, i. sagitte , An. Ox. 2098. 2. a weapon that is hurled Gár jaculum , Kent. Gl. 965. Oft hé gár forlét, wælspere windan on þá wícingas, By. 321. 3. a weapon with which a thrust is made Hé mid gáre stang wlancne wícing, By. 138. Mé on beáme beornas sticedon gárum, Sat. 511. 4. either 2. or 3. Daroð sceal on handa, gár golde fáh, Gn. C. 22. Sceal gár wesan monig mundum bewunden, hæfen on handa, B. 3021. Gáras stódon ætgædere, æscholt ufan grǽg, B. 328. Gáras líxton, El. 23. 5. an arrow Hyne Hǽðcyn of hornbogan fláne geswencte. . . and his mǽg ofscét blódigan gáre, B. 2440. 6. either 2. or 5. Wið flyge gáres, Crä. 66: B. 1765. On þæt fǽge folc flána scúras, gáras. . . hetend hildenǽdran þurh fingra geweald forð onsendan, El. 118. II. the head of a weapon Gár sceal on sceafte, ecg on sweorde and ord spere, Gn. Ex. 203. Feólhearde speru, gegrundene gáras, By. 109. ¶ phrases :-- Gylpplega gáres battle , Exod. 240. Forð beran gár tó gúðe, By. 13. Tógædere gáras beran to join battle , 67. Cf. gár-berend. III. fig. of sharp pain (from cold). Cf. spere Habbað heó on ǽfyn fýr edneówe; þonne cymðon úhtan forst fyrnum cald, symble fýr oððe gár, Gen. 316. IV. a wedge-shaped piece of land. v. gára Tó ðes góres súðende, C. D. v. 40, 13. v. nafo-, tóþ-, wíg-gár.
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