ge-dreósan
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ge-dreósan
Add:I. to fall. 1. of mere change of position Þæt se wítes bona in helle grund gedreóse, Cri. 265. 2. with idea of destruction, a. of persons, to fall in battle Æt hilde gedreás sec[g] æfter óðrum, Val. I. 4. b. of material, to fall from decay Þes wág . . . gedreás, Ruin. 11. Scúrbeorge gedrorene, 5. II. to fall, perish. 1. of persons, to die Mægen eall gedreás, þá hé gedrencte dugoð Egypta, Exod. 499. 2. of material things Mín líchoma gedreósan sceal, swá þeós eorðe eall, Gú. 343. Míne welan þe ic hæfde syndon ealle gewitene and gedrorene, Bl. H. 113, 25. 3. of non-material things, to fail, come to an end Bléda gedreósað, wynna gewítað. Rún. 29: Reim. 55. Ne lǽt ðín ellen gedreósan, Val. l, 7. Gedroren is þeós duguð eal, dreámas sind gewitene, Seef. 86. Dagas míne gedroren syndan sméce gelíce defecerunt sicut fumus dies mei, Ps. Th. 101, 3.
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