ge-dryht
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ge-dryht
Add: 1. a band, company; of large numbers, a host Sóðfæste (the righteous at the day of judgement), eádigra gedryht, El. 1290: Ph. 635. Gǽsta gedryht Hǽlend hergað, 615. Seó æðele gedryht the host of heaven, Sal. 456. Mid þá leóhtan gedryht, wuldres áras, El. 737. Sóhte ic þá wloncan gedryht Wiðmyrginga, Víd. 118. Þá geseah ic þá gedriht (þege driht, MS.) in gedwolan lifgan, Israéla cyn unriht dón, Dan. 22. Ofer ealle æðelinga gedriht (cf. Sodomware . . . corðrum miclum, 2451), Gen. 2462. 2. a band of followers, retinue, company of retainers Ic and mínra eorla gedryht (cf. hé fífténa sum sundwudu sóhte, 207), B. 431. Ic sǽbát gesæt mid mínra secga gedriht, 633. Hróðgár sæt mid his eorla gedriht, 357: 118: 62. Sibbe gedriht, 387 : 729. Se brego mǽra (Christ) his þegna gedryht (the disciples) gelaðade, leóf weorud, Cri. 457. Wile mid his engla gedryht Meotod on gemót cuman, 942. Gé geseóð Dryhten faran . . . mid þás engla gedryht, 515. 3. a host of warriors Seó eorla gedriht (the Israelites marching through the Red Sea ] ánes módes, Exod. 304. Wáron hwate weras gearwe tó gúðe . . ., fór folca gedryht, El. 27. v. hí-gedryht, sib-gedryht, wil-gedryht.
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