ge-brýsed
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-brýsed
Substitute: ge-brýsan, ge-brýsian; p. de, ede; pp. ed. I. to bruise, crush, pound. 1. lit. Þá stánas nales án hí his limu tóbrǽcan, ac eác swylce mid ealle his bán gebrýsedon (-brýsdon, tóbrýsdon, v. ll.] saxa non solum cjtes membra, sed etiam ossa contri*-*verant, Gr. D. 125, 23. His preósta ǽnne of horse feallende and gebrýsedne (tóbrýsendne, v. l.) clericum suum cadendo contritum, Bd. 5, 6; Sch. 573, 7. 2. fig. Þeáh se rihtwísa áfealle, ne wyrð hé gebrýsed, ne his nán bán tóbrocen cum ceciderit justus, non conturbabitur, Ps. Th. 36, 23. II. to season Gebrýsdre (-brydre, MS.) condito (pul*-*mentario). An. Ox. 2, 248. Gebrýsde (-bryrde, MS.), 7, 271. [The word is glossed by gestrýdere in An. Ox. 3754: all three are glosses on Ald. 51, 31.]
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