gár-secg
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gár-secg
Add:I. ocean, sea as opposed to land or air mare vel aequor, gársecg oceanus , Wrt. Voc. i. 41, 64. Folde . . . , gársecg, Gen. 117. Ealne middangeard yrnbféran swá gársecg (oceanus ) beligeð, Nar. 20, 15. Swá swá lyft and lagu land ymbclyppað, gársecg embegyrt gumena ríce, Met. 9, 41. Gársecg fandað hwæðer ác hæbbe æðele treówe, Rún. 25. Þú gársecges grundas geworhtes, Hy. 10, 7. Gár-secges gæst (the whale ), Wal. 29. On gársecge oceano , Wrt. Voc. ii. 64, 68. Seó ðridde India líð tó ðám micclum gársecge . . . hæfð on óðere sídan ðone grimlican gársecg, Hml. Th. i. 454, 13-15. Hé gesette þone gársecg on his goldhorde, Ps. Th. 32, 6. Þone wídgyllan gársecg. Hml. A. 3, 53: Ph. 289: An. 371. II. a particular part of the general body of water, an ocean Se gársecg þe man hǽt Brittan-isca . . . on óðre healfe þæs gársecges earme is Brittannia, Ors. 1, 1; S. 22, 24. Oð ðone gársecg usque ad oceanum Aeihiopicum , S. 26, 10, 16, 24, 26. v. eást-, súþ-, út-gársecg; and secg sea.
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