ge-dwola
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ge-dwola
one who errs. Add:I. one who acts wrongly, a wicked person 'Wá dám ðe talað yfel tó góde, and gód tó yfele . . . Swilc gerihtwísiað þone árleásan for sceattum'. . . Eft cwæð Salomon be swilcum gedwolum : 'Hí (impii) blissiað on yfelnesse, ' Hml. Th. ii. 322 20, II. one who errs from imperfect knowledge Geleáfan ungelǽredes folces and gedwolena fidem indocti vulgi ac neofitorum, ngl. xiii. 421, 803. III. one who errs in matters of doctrine, a heretic Arrianus wæs se mǽsta gedwola þe of mancynne cóme, Ll. Th. ii. 374, I: Hml. A. 59, 196. Olimpius wæs eác gedwola on úres Drihtnes geleáfan (in respect to his belief in our Lord), 204. Sé þe him (the apostles and wise teachers) wiðcwyð and heora gesetnessum, hé byð gedwola, 22, 199 : Hml. S. l, 19. Valens wæs on Críste gefullod, ac hé ne cúþe his geleáfan, ac folgode gedwylde . . . Se gedwola, 3, 299. Nestorum þone gedwolan þe cwæð on Críste wǽron twégen hádas, 1. Th. ii. 374, 18. Þ hálige goðspell hæfð oferswíðod swylcera gewolena andgit, Hml. S. 1, 8. IV. one who wanders in his mind, a frantic person Ged(w)olan lymphaticus, An. Ox. ii. 176.
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