ge-fégan
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ge-fégan
Add: — Gefégað conpingite, Wrt. Voc. ii. 15, 43. 1. of construction, to join the parts of a structure, construct, compact Þæt fær (the ark ) wið ýða gewyrc, gefég fæste, Gen. 1310. Gefégde compacta, i. conjuncta (delubra), An. Ox. 2254. (1 a) of the structure of words or sentences :-- Gif se nama bið geféged of twám ansundum dǽlum, if the noun be compounded of two complete parís, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 88, 4. Feáwa coniunctiones beóð gefégede, 266, 10. Mid meterlicum fótum gefégede pedibus poeticis compactas, i. coniunctas, An. Ox. 200. 2. to attach, join Is se scyld ufan frætwum geféged ofer þæs fugles bæc, Ph. 309. (2 a) figurative :-- te hiá ðínum gifoega hiá ł ætféla hiá bodum ut tuis inhereant preceptis, Rtl. 90, 22. Hé wæs geféged mid ðǽre lufan Godes and monna ǽgðer ge tó ðám hiéhstum ðingum ge tó ðǽm nyðemestum compage caritatis summis simul et infimis junctus, Past. 99, 25. 3. to join in friendship, unite Þæt gecynd geféhþ and gelímþ ðá friénd tógædere mid untódǽledlicre lufe, Bt. 24, 3; F. 84, 1. 4. to constrain, confine Geféged arta, Wrt. Voc. ii. 9, 65. Þætte fira gehwylc on his hringe bið fæste geféged, Wal. 41. 5. to square, adapt Gefégan quadrare, Wrt. Voc. ii. 85, 21. Ðá stánas wǽron suá wel gefégede and suá emne gesnidene and gesméðde, ǽr hié mon tó ðǽm stede bróhte ðe hié on standan scoldon, Past. 253, 14. [O. H. Gen. ge-fuogen conjungere, copulare, conglutinare, coaptare.]
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