ge-bærnan
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ge-bærnan
Add:I. to expose to the action of heat Gebær[n]d stán calcis vi[v]a, Wrt. Voc. i. 38, 27. Gebærnd lím calcis viva, ii. 127, 49. II. of a lamp, to cause to give light Ne ǽnig ðæcele giberneð (-að, L. ) nemo lucernam accendit, Lk. R. 11, 33. Ge-bernes, Lk. L. 8, 16. Léht in ús gibern lucem in nobis accende, Rtl. 38, 3. II a. of a fire, to kindle, cause to give heat: — Fýr ðæt gefe ðín ðyde te giberne uére ignis quem gratia tua fecit accendi, Rtl. 38,21. Gibernedum ofne accensa fornace, 102, 31. III. to consume with heat Ðá halm [hé] geberneð paleas comburet, Lk. L. R. 3, 17. te úsig ne giberne (exurat) lég synna, Rtl. 100, 22. sié gebernedo ut incendantur, 145, 14.
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