gást
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gást
Add:I. breath Oroþ oððe gást flamen , Wrt. Voc. ii. 37, 12 : An. Ox. 18, 43. II. spirit, ghost, principle of life Ic eallunga unástyrigendlic bútan gáste læg, Hml. S. 23 b, 576. Sóna swá hé þás word gecwæð, hé his gást onsende, Bl. H. 191, 29. Heó ágeaf hire gást, Shrn. 72, 13. III. spirit in contrast with body, the immaterial part of man Seoþþan se líchoma and se gást gedǽlde beóþ, Bl. 111, 30. Úre gást biþ swíþe wíde farende úrum unwillum, Bt. 34, II; F. 152, 3. Gefeáde gaast (spiritus ) mín in Gode, Lk. L. l, 47. Gebyrað hig gebiddon on gáste, Jn. 4, 24. Sóþfæste sáwle, gást háligne, Chr. 1065 ; P. 193, 21. Eádige beóþ þearfena gástas, Bl. H. 159, 29. Gehiérsume ðǽm ðe úre gǽsta (gásta, v. l.) Fæder bið, Past. 255, 8. III a. a person. Cf. similar use of soul :-- Duru sóna onarn þurh handhrine háliges gástes (at the touch, of St. Andrew's hand ), An. 1002 : 1623. Gewít þú mid híwum on þæt hof (the ark ) gangan, gásta werode, Gen. 1346. Hé þám leódum sende hálige gástas (the prophets), þá þám werude wísdóm budon, Dan. 26. III b. used of spiritual beings :-- God sendeþ his engla gástas tó ǽrendwrecum, Bl. H. 203, 14. III.c an incorporeal thing (fire, &c.) :-- Líg ealle forswealg, gǽsta gífrost, B. 1123: Cri. 814. Þec gǽstas hergen, byrnende fýr and beorht sumor, Az. 94. IV. an incorporeal being, a spirit, a. good Mid þreáte háligra gásta, Bl. H. 95, 7. Englas beóð tó ðegnunge gǽstum on world sended, 209, 23. b. bad Se forhwyrfda gást, Bl. H. 31, 4. Mid áwyridum gástum furiis, i. malignis spiritibus , An. Ox. 4666. V. divine spirit His þegnas wǽron þágyt flǽsclices módes, and nǽron mid gástes mægene getremede, Bl. H. 17, 6. VI. the soul of a deceased person , spoken of as inhabiting the unseen world Huæt his gástæ æfter deóthdæge doemid uueorthae, Txts. 149, 19. Fóe se hláford to and ðá hígon and þæt lond mínum gáste nytt gedóen, C. D. i. 311, 19. Hig samod restað on ánre byrgenne, and þá gástas samod gefeóð on ánum wuldre, Mart. H. 214, 19. v. frófor-gást, þegnung-gást.
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