ge-bregdan
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ge-bregdan
Take here ge-bredan (l. ge-brédan) in Dict. , dele II, and add: I. to pull out, draw. 1. with dat. (cf. bregdan) Hé gebrægd his sweorde, Bl. H. 233, 7. Gif mon beforan ærcebiscepe ge*-*feohte oþþe wǽpne gebrégde (-bréde, v. l. ), Ll. Th. i. 70, 19. Gif hé wǽpne gebréde and nó feohte, 88, 1. 2. with acc. Petrus hæfde suuord gebrægd hine Petrus kabens gladium eduxit eum, Jn. L. R. 18, 10. II. to withdraw, take away Nis cúð hú oððe on hwylcere tíde hyre líchama gebróden wǽre, oððe hwider hé áhafen sý, Hml. Th. i. 440, 19. III. to knot, bind Hé ne geliéfð ðæs grínes ðe hé mid gebrogden (-bróden) wyrð quo stranguletur laqueo non agnoscit, Past. 331, 20. IV. to bring a charge against a person, braid (in upbraid) Se deófol wyle wið þínre sáwle campian and þé úp gebrédan ǽlc þǽra þinga þe þú wið God ágylte, Wlfst. 249, 3. V. to feign Heó gebrǽd hí seóce (cf. Icel. bregða sér sjukum), Hml. S. 2, 151.
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