geard
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geard
Add:I. a fence, hedge His fót wearð fæst on ánum ságle þæs geardes (on ánum hegesáhle, v. l., in sude sepis ), Gr. D. 24, 27. Hé ofer þone geard (hege, v. l. sepem ) stáh, 23, 26. Hé stáh upp on þone geard (hege, v. l. ), 24, 20. Hé sette wíngeard, and hege ł geard ymbtýnde ðane plantavit vineam, et sepem circumdedit ei, Mt. R. 21, 33. Gaerdas crates (cf. hegas crates, Wrt. Voc. ii. 105, 49), Hpt. 33, 250, 1. II. an enclosure Of sealtleáge in ðone hyrstgeard, C. D. iii. 400, 2. ¶ in the following either sense might be taken :-- On ðone mór; of ðám móre ondlong geardes on ðæt hlýpgeat, C. D. iii. 180, 27: vi. 219, 7. On mǽrgeard; andlang geardes, iii. 462, 3. Andlang norðgeardes, 399, 31. On ðone æcergeard; á be ðǽm gearde, 458, 25. v. æcer-geard, ealdor-geard (?), sceadu-geard, wíte-geard (?).
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