geár-getal
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geár-getal
l. -getæl, and add: I. a number of years, years of existence, 1. age of a person Gif hé bið cealdre gecyndo, þonne cymð seó ádl æfter feówertigum, elcor cymð æfter fíftigum wintra his gǽrgetales, Lch. ii. 284, 22. 2. age of the world Findan hú micel þæs geárgeteles is áurnen ... fram frymðe middaneardes tó ðám flóde, Angl. xi. 9, 1. II. the number of days in a year (?) Dó hé .vii. geárgetælu beón binnon þrím dagum þus gefadode ... Nime hé him tó .xii. manna and fæsten .iii. dagas ... begite septies .cxx. manna fæstan eác for hine .iii. dagas; þonne wyrð gefæst swá fæla fæstena swá bið daga on .vii. geárum, Ll. Th. ii. 286, 22. Cf. winter-getæl.
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