ge-árian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-árian
Add:I. to honour, shew respect to (acc. or dat. (? v. árian)) Ðæt wé úre hiéremen swǽ geárigen, swǽ wé hié eft geegsian mægen ne dum praelatus quisque plus se quam decet dejicit, subditorum vitam stringere sub disciplinae vinculo non possit, Past, 118, 5. II. to shew mercy to (dat. ). 1. to do kindness, help Lícige þé nú þæt þú geárige [mé] complaceat tibi, ut eripias me, Ps. Th. 39, 15. Bið hé swíðe ryhtlíce mid ðǽm gehíned ðe mon wénð ðæt mid geárod sié unde nutrita pie creditur, inde justius damnatur, Past. 391, 8. Ðætte ðonne hira niéhstan ðurh hié beóð gereorde and geárode, ðæt hié selfe ne fæsten ðæs hláfes ryhtwisnesse cum per eos carnis subsidiis reficiantur proximi, ipsi remaneant a justitiae pane jejuni, 137, 24. 2. to refrain from unkindness, spare Se ilca monegum yfelum wið hine selfne forworhtum ǽr geárode malis ante noverat pie parcere, Past. 37, 1. III. to endow, present Hé wæs geárad mid freódóme fram his hláforde a domino suo libertate donatus est, Gr. D. 12, 1. Mid welum geweorþod and mid deórwyrþum ǽhtum gegyrewod (geárod, v. l. ), Bt. 14, 3; F. 46, 12. [Cf. O. H. Ger. ge-érén honorare; ge-érét praeditus.]
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