geap
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geap
geáp, geápes. Take all together under geáp, and add: I. curved, bent Geáp curfa , Wrt. Voc. ii. 21, 46. Geápum pandis, 116, 23 : curvis , 21, 16. 1. of a line Geápum ł gebígedum pando, curvo (arcu ), Hpt. Gl. 405, 69. Geáp, Wrt. Voc. ii. 74, 70. Geápe, 69, 4. On geápum galgan rídan, Vy. 33. In ðá geápan linde, C. D. iii. 375, 5. On geápan gáran westeweardne, v. 173, 6. 2. of a surface, a. vaulted (of the roof of a house) Ræced hlifade geáp and goldfáh the hall towered up with roof vaulted and gay with gold , B. 1800: Ruin. 11. Strúdende fýr steápes and geápes forswealh eall every roof was burnt , Gen. 2556. Under geápne hróf, B. 836. Þás hofu dreórgað and þǽs teáfor geápu (these vaulted and red-tiled roofs ?), tigelum sceádeð hróst-beáges róf, Ruin. 31. b. curved (of a boat), v. sǽ-geáp. c. rounded (of a mountain) Munt is hine ymbútan, geáp gylden weal (or under 1. ?), Sal. 256. d. with convex surface Gim sceal on hringe standan steáp and geáp, Gn. C. 23. II. crafty, clever, astute Geáp callidus , Wrt. Voc. i. 85, 37. Sé þe gehealt þreágincga geáp (astutus) hé wyrð, Scint. 114, l. Gép (astutus ) ealle déð mid geþeahte, 199, 10. Mann gép (uersuttis ) bedíglað ingehýd, 94, 17. Án fox þe is geápest ealra deóra, Shrn. 14, 19. Sé þincð nú wærrest and geápest þe óðerne mæig beswícan, 17, 23. [Ne beo ȝe noht ȝepe (prudentes) toȝene ȝiu seluen. Ðe man is ȝiep toȝenes him seluen is smegh oðer man to bicharren . . . Estote prudentes sicut serpentes . . . beoð giepe alse þe neddre, O. E. Hml. ii. 195, 4-16.]
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