ge-cwéme
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ge-cwéme
Add:I. pleasing, acceptable Gecwéme ł wynsumlic votivum, acceptum, desiderativum, Hpt. Gl. 446, 51. Þám men geþeód mid gecwémre geférrǽdene on wynsumre drohtnunge, Hml. Th. i. 438, 23. Hafað ðeós wyrt swýþe gecwémne swæc, Lch. i. 264, 19. Gecwéme beneplacita, Wrt. Voc. ii. 125, 32. Gecwéme lác grata munuscula, An. Ox. 4502. Gecwémest hindcealf gratissimus hinnulus, Kent. Gl. 110: 598. I a. with dat., agreeable to :-- Gecwéme is him beneplacitum est ei, Ps. Rdr. 146, 10. Þurh yfelra manna rǽdas þe him ǽfre gecwéme wǽran. Chr. 1100; P. 235, 22. Ðá ðe gecuoemo (gicwoeme, R.) sint him quae placita sunt ei, Jn. L. 8, 29. Gif him gecwémre byð, Ll. Th. i. 489, 14. Þǽm wiþerweardan beóþ þæs mannes synna gecwémran þonne goldhord, Bl. H. 43, 21. II. convenient, suitable, fit. 1. fit for () a purpose Seó wyrt is tó lǽcedómum wel gecwéme, Lch. i. 260, 4. Ðeós wyrt nafað gecwéme sǽd tó lǽcedðme, 292, 21. 2. fit for the use of a person (dat. ) Is seó geoluwe swíþost lǽceon gecwéme, Lch. i. 294, 11. ¶ in the following the translation seems inexact :-- Mid gecwémre dugeþgyfe cum gratuita (i. gratis data) munificentia, An. Ox. 2574: 3065. For his gecwémum feó accepto pretio, Gr. D. 341, 1. v. un-gecwéme, wel-gecwéme.
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