ge-dwelian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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ge-dwelian
Add:I. intrans. To go astray, err, make mistake with gen. of matter mistaken Ǽgðer þára ic wót. Ne mæg nán man þæs gedwæligan aeque novi. Nom in utroque nihil fallor, Solil. H. 21, 11. II. trans. To lead astray. 1. in a physical sense Hí hine geseón ne mihton, and hý swá mid blindnysse wurdon gedwelede (-dwealde, v.l.) hí eft of þám mynstre ídelhende hwurfon (sic sua caecitate frusirati a monasterio sunt vacui regressi), Gr. D. 16, 26. 2. in a mental or moral sense Þ dysig ðe ðá earman men gedwelaþ and álǽt of þám rihtan wege quae miseros tramite devios abducit ignorantia. Bt. 32, 3; F. 118, 7. Antecríst eal mancyn gedrecð and gedwelaþ, Wlfst. 101, 9. Þæt mód biþ mid ymbhogum gedwelod (ge-dweald, v.l.) tó þám hit ne mæg áredian tó Gode, Bt. 24, 4; 84, 33.
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