ge-bann
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AddGeban edictum, Wrt. Voc. i. 72, 72. 1. an edict, a decree of a temporal or spiritual prince ordering the doing of something by those under him Óðer is seó gesetnys ðe se cyning býtt ðurh his ealdormenn, óðer bið his ágen gebann on his andweardnysse, Hml. Th. i. 358, 32. Þæs cáseres gebann þe hét ealne middangeard áwrítan, 32, 29. Geban, ii. 500, 3. Of manegum landum máre landriht áríst tó cyniges gebanne, swilce is deórhege tó cyniges háme ... and sǽweard ... Ll. Th. i. 432, 7. Se cásere sette gebann (exiit edictum a cesare, Lk. 2, 1), þæt ..., Hml. Th. i. 30, 1. Ic sette nú ðis gebann on eallum mínum folce, þæt ..., ii. 20, 26: Hml. S. 4, 107. Ðá ǽrendracan budon þám crístenum ðæs cáseres geban, 28, 44. Þá bisceopealdras geban setton, swá hwá swá wiste hwǽr hé wǽre, hé hyt cýdde, Hml. A. 67, 51. Godcundlice bebudan geban diuina sancserunt edicta, i. decreta, An. Ox. 1302. Gebannum edictis, i. decretis, 3037: 3435. (1 a) a mandate, an order sent by a prince to individuals :-- Ðá sende Gezabel ánne pistol tó Naboðes néhgebúrum mid þisum gebanne: 'Habbað eów gemót ...,' Hml. S. 18, 188. 2. a summons to assemble Bið geban micel and áboden þider eal Adames cnósl omnes homines cogentur adesse, Dóm. L. 128: Wlfst. 137, 24. Tó ðǽm gebanne ðæs tóhopan nán monn mæg cuman ad unam vocationis spem nequaquam pertingitur, Past. 345, 19. 3. a proclamation, manifesto Se cyningc gesette þis geban, þus cweðende 'Swá hwilc man swá mé Apollonium lifigende tó gebringð, ic him gife fífti punda goldes ..." Ðá þá þis geban þus geset wæs ..., Ap. Th. 7, 6-11. [O. H. Ger. gi-ban scitum.]
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