ge-beran
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ge-beran
Add: I. to bear, bring cild Críst wearð geboren ágeán of Egiptan, Chr. 3; P. 5, 22. Sió gifu þæs hálegan gerýnes. . . bútan ǽnigre yldinge is tó berenne (gebeorenne, -anne, v. ll.) sancti mysterii gratia . . . sine ulla dilatione offerenda est, Bd. I. 27 ; Sch. 80, 3. Geboronae exposito, Txts. 58, 359. Geborene, Wrt. Voc. ii. 29, ii. 29,61. II. to bear young. 1. to carry in the womb þú wuldres þrym bósme gebǽre, Cri. 84. 2. to bring forth: — þ ín wíf þé gebereþ (pariet ) sunu. Bl. H. 165, 9. Gif hió cwic bearn gebyreð, Ll. Th. i. 22, 4 : 24, 1. Hé hyre gecýdde þæt heó sceolde geberan (parere) Godes sunu . . . þá wearð heó on innoðe geeácnod and mid þám cilde wearð sóna, and þæt gebær, ðá hit þæs tima wæs. Wlfst. 22, 5-9. Heó ácende hyre suna Gode myd gáste ðe heó myd líchaman on myddangearde gebær. Shrn. 151, 8. Siþþan þú ǽrest geboren wǽre oð þisne dæg from the very day you were born until this day, Bt. 8; F. 24, 21. Sóna swá hé ácenned wæs and geboren at his birth, Bl. 167, 10. For geborene ge for ungeborene, Ll. Th. i. 152, 6. (2 a) of an animal Sylle hé þone áð hit on his ǽhte geboren wǽre, Ll. Th. i. 204, 14. geboren born, a. with reference to rank, position, &c. Gylde hine man swá hé geboren sý Ll. Th. i. 174, 15. þæt þes eorl wǽre geboren betera, B. 1703. Hí cuǽdon þæt hié þæt ríce tó his honda healdan sceoldon, for þǽm hira nán næs on fædrenhealfe tó geboren, Chr. 887 ; P. 80, 22. b. with reference to nationality, relationship Hé of hiora (the Goths') lande geboren wæs he was a native of their country, Ors. 6, 37 ; S. 296, 12. His geborena bróþer frater germanus, Gr. D. 344, 9. Græf golde strégan bróðor his geborenum, Seef. 98. Man mót feohtan mid his geborene (-um, v. l. ) mǽge; Ll. Th. i. 90, 24. Syndon him twégen beornas geborene bróðorsybbum he has two brothers, An. 690. c. with a complementary noun or adjective Hé bið mennisc man geboren, Wlfst. 84, 12. Sum cild sié full hál geboren, Bt. 38, 5 ; F. 206, 22. Gif mon sié dumb oþþe deáf geboren, Ll. Th. i. 70, 14. Blindum giborenum (caeca nato) égo untýndist. Rtl. 101, 38. [Goth. ga-bairan: O. Sax. gi-beran: O. H. Ger. ge-beran.] v. un-geboren.
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