ge-broc
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ge-broc
Add:1. a breaking, v. scip-gebroc. 2. a fragment Þá legde hé beforan heom þone hláf, and þá þá hiacute; wǽron gereordade, heacute; gesomnode of þám máre on þám gebrocum (fragmentis ) þonne se hláf sylf ǽr wǽre. Eác swylce hé bróhte eft on óðre dæge þám wyrhtum tó gereordnesse, ac þǽr wæs tó láfe of þám gebrocum wæs þá gyt máre þonne þá gebrocu ǽr wǽron . . . efne swylce þá gebrocu þæs hláfes þurh þone ǽt weóxon, Gr. D. 252, 13-23. v. hláf-gebroc. 3. trouble. Take here ge-bróc (l. -broc) in Dict., and add Gif hé þá áne un-treówþa ne gedyde, from ðǽm dæge hé mehte bútan gebroce eallra Cartaina onwald begietan, Ors. 4, 5 ; S. 170, 12.
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