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Dele II, and add: — Geband devinxit. Wrt. Voc. ii. 106, 21. Gebindende astringentes, 3, 12. I. to bind with a material band. 1. to fasten an inanimate object with a band, clasp, wrap round Gebindan beám ǽrenum clammum, Dan. 519. Þeóstre hám (hell ) gebunden fæstum fýrclommum, Sat. 38. Wæs ge-bunden since duru ormǽte, Cri. 308. Bil wrǽttum gebunden, B. 1531. Scylð sceal gebunden, Gn. Ex. 94. 2. to bind a person as captive or prisoner Gif man mannes esne gebindeð, .vi. sciłł. gebéte, Ll. Th. i. 24, 15. Hine man geband . . . and hine let ofsleán, Chr. 1049 ; P. 168, 36. þone ealdor þeóstra hé geband. Bl. H. 85, 5. Hí hine sendon on þæt carcern, and hié gebunden his handa behindan, 241, 28. Gif mon cierliscne mon gebinde unsynnigne. Ll. Th. i. 84, 2. Gif man æt unlagum man gebinde, forgilde be healfan were, 408, 19. Hé hine hét gebindan and siþþan ofsleán, Bt. 29, 2 ; F. 104, 26. Hé þá gebundenan of carcerne út álǽdde, Bl. H. 239, 34. (2 a) the object abstract Ne mæg word mon mid sweorde ofsleán, ne mid rape gebindan, Bt. 13 ; F. 38, 29. II. to bind. 1. to fasten one object to another Hát hine on róde gebindan, Bl. H. 189, 34. Cweornstán gebundene scopulum (collo) conexum, An. Ox. 4458. On ðǽm bearwum sáula hangodan be heora handum gebundne, Bl. H. 209, 36. 2. to tether an animal Gyt gemétaþ eoselan gebundene, Bl. H. 79, 28. III. to bind a band Is þes wítes clom feste gebunden, Sat. 104. IV. of non-material bands. 1. denoting obligation Wé beóð mid Gode suá micle suíðor gebundne tanto apud Dominum obligatiores sumus, Past. 117, 23. 2. denoting union, connexion Fæste gebunden gesiblíce sófte togædere, Met. 20, 67. Word óðer fand sóðe gebunden one word followed the other without interruption, B. 871. 3. denoting restraint, hindrance Seó orsorge wyrd gebint ǽlc bára móda þe hire brýcþ, Bt. 20; F. 70, 36. Hine gebindaþ þá wón wilnunga mid heora racentum, 16, 3 ; F. 56, 17. Ðú gebunde fýr mid racentum, 33, 4; F. 130, 31. Se heáhengel mid þǽre swígunge fæstnunga geband þone fæder, Bl. H. 167, 11. Ðone sunu mid wyriungum gebindan, Hml. Th. ii. 30, 6. Ðæt mód bið gebunden mid gedréfednesse, Bt. 6; F. 16, 2. Eldo gebunden, B. 2111. Wanhále, witum gebundene, An. 580. (3 a) hindrance from a physical cause :-- His wíf mid bearne swǽrlíce gebunden gǽð, Hml. Th. ii. 324, 21. (3 b) where the restraint is pleasant, to captivate :-- Hæfde hé me gebunden mid þǽre wynsumnesse his sanges, Bt. 22, 1; F. 76, 6. 4. denoting ensnaring (?) Arues wénde hé his ríce gemiclian sceolde, þá hé his dohtor Philippuse sealde. Ac hé (Philip) hiene on ðǽre wénunge geband (got him in his toils thanks to this expectation), and him ðæt án genam þæt hé self haefde Aruba, cum per hoc quod societatem Macedonian adfinitate regis paciscebatur, imperium suum se dilataturum putaret, per hoc deceptus amisit, Ors. 3, 7 ; 112, 12.
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