ge-brocian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-brocian
p. ode ; pp. od. Take here ge-broacute;cod (l. -brocod) in Dict. , and add: I. to hurt, injure, break a bone. Cf. ge-broc, 1. , 2. Gif widobáne gebroced weorðeð, Ll. Th. i. 16, 6. II. to afflict, distress, trouble, vex. Cf. ge-broc, 3. Críst gehǽlde fela þǽra þe unhále wǽron, and Antecríst gebrocað and geuntrumað þá ðe ǽr hále wǽron . . . syððan hé þæne mann gebrocod hæfð, syððan hé mæg dón, swylce hé hine gehǽle . . . hé gebrocað mænigne man díhlíce and gehǽlð eft ætforan mannum, Wlfst. 97, 9-18. Þá besæt Scipia hié on hiera fæstenne, and hié tó þon gebrocode (Numantini fame trucidati), Ors. 5, 3; S. 220, 26. Se líchoma gebrocad wierð mid sumre mettrymnesse , . . ðæt gebrocode flǽsc (afflicta caro) gelǽrð ðæt mód . . . gewyrceað ðá wunda on ðǽm gebrocodan (-edan, v. l. ) móde hreówsunga wunda, Past. 257, 7-24. Án mǽden licgende on paralisyn, lange gebrocod, Hml, S. 26, 214. Gebrocode and eft árétte. Ps. Th. 28, arg. þéh þe hié swíðe gebrocode wǽren on hiora licgendan feó cum pudenda penuria esset aerarii, Ors. 4, 10; S. 196, 17. þone mete dǽle man swá gebrocedum mannum þe swá fæstan ne magon let the food be distributed to men so afflicted with infirmity as to be unable to fast, Wlfst. 181, 15. v. un*-*gebrocod.
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