gearwian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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gearwian
Dele 'gerwan, ... gierian,' and add: I. to make ready Farað and gearwiað (earwiað, v. l.) ús, wé úre eástron gewyrcon, Lk. 22, 8. I a. to make ready to do something :-- Huér wiltu wé gearuiga (iarwan, R.) ðé til eottanne eástro?, Mt. L. 26, 17. Hine forcuoede gearuande se excusare studentes, Lk. p. 8, 13. II. to make ready. 1. a thing for use, a place for occupation Ic gearuwe byrnende blácern paravi lucernam, Ps. Th. 131, 18. Hé deádum monnum líf gearuwað (gearwað, v. l.) vitam mortuis praeparans, Past. 261, 18. Hé þá heofonlican rícu gearwaþ eallum geleáffullum, Bl. H. 31, 6. (1 a) where the purpose for which a thing is prepared is given :-- Hé gearwaþ þínne innoð his Suna tó brýdbúre, Bl. H. 9, 9. 2. of ships, to equip man ǽghwilce geáre sóna æfter Eástron fyrdscipa gearwige, Ll. Th. i. 324, 4. 3. of food or meals, dress food, prepare a meal Martha gearwode þám Hǽlende ǽfengereordu, Bl. H. 67, 26. Gearwa (gearw, earwa, W. S.) mé ðætte ic giriordige para quod cenem, Lk. R. 17, 8. Georwigað (gearuas, L.) ús eóstru te wé ete, 22, 8. III. to bring to completion or maturity Se háta sumor drýgþ and gearwaþ sǽd and bléda, Bt. 39, 13; F. 234, 15. III a. to come to maturity :-- Treówu grénu wexað and gearwað and rípað, Solil. H. 10, 5. IV. to make ready a person 1. to do something Gearwa þé and þú on þone síð fére, Guth. 86, 26. 2. for an action Gearwige hé hine tó húselgange, Ll. Th. i. 322, 7: 310, 7. 3. to dress, clothe Gearwæþ uestit, Mt. R. 6, 30. V. to procure, provide Hit gerewað parat (cibum ), Kent. Gl. 133. Émetan gearwiað formicę parant (cibum sibi ), 1103. Ðá ðe ðú georwades those things which thou hast provided, Lk. R. 12, 20. VI. to do, perform Begǽþ, gearwaþ exercet, i. parat, Wrt. Voc. ii. 144, 64. Hié sculon látteówdóm gearwian ðám geleáffullum and him sculon fore beón ut sacrum ducatum praebeant, fidelibus praesunt, Past. 139, 16. Ðegnunge gearwian, Bl. H. 247, 10. VII. to grant Gearwig ł gionn te cirica ðín giðii praesta ut ecclesia tua proficiat, Rtl. 18, 21. v. full-, ymb-gearwian; girwan.
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