ge-ǽrendian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-ǽrendian
Add:I. to do an errand or a business Se man þe bringð médsceat þám geréfan, sé geǽrendað bet (does his business better ) þonne sé ðe nǽnne ne bringð, Wlfst. 238, 9. Se cing Gode þancode hé swá geǽrndod swá ðan ealra leómste wes, Chr. 995 ; P. 131, 24. II. to obtain by negotiation or intercession. 1. for a person (dat. ) Geǽrendodon mé ðá híwan ðet þá men móstan on þan londe wunien, Cht. Th. 152, 13. Þá sendon hió Filónem tó þon hé him sceolde Gaiuses mildse geǽrendian Philonem legatum ad Caesarem miserunt , Ors. 6, 3; S. 258, 5. 2. from (æt) a person Ic geǽrndede æt Cnute þæt land, Cht. Th. 368, 9. II a. to go to () a person and obtain for another (dat.), apply to a person and obtain :-- Englas mé geǽrndo-don tó þám Nán man ne mæg him sylfum rihtlíce tó his Drihtne his þearfe geǽrndian, bútan . . . , Wlfst. 136, 15.
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