gefá
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gefá
Add:1. in a general sense, a foe Sé ðe wæs cyrican éhtere ..., þonne onscunode heó hine swylce hé wǽre hire gefá, Wlfst. 237, 27. 2. in a legal sense, one who is party to a blood-feud a. as pursuer Gif þeów wealh Engliscne monnan ofslihð ... héden his þá gefán, Ll. Th. i. 150, 1. Gif hé self his wǽpno his gefán út rǽcan wille, 64, 18. b. as pursued Be fǽhðum. Wé beódað, se mon, sé þe his gefán hámsittendne wite, hé ne feohte ǽr þám þe hé him ryhtes bidde, Ll. Th. i. 90, 2. náðor ne hý ne wé ne underfón óðres þeóf ne óðres gefán, 288, 5.
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