ge-félan
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ge-félan
Add:1. to feel an object, perceive by the sense of touch Ne mihte nán man swýn geseón, and swá þéh hí hit mihton gefélan Gr. D. 226, 6. 2. to know by sense of touch or organic sensation (with clause or acc. and infin.) Ðá gefélde hé se deáda man his leoma ealle ástyrede, Bl. H. 217, 30. Geféldon hí án swýn yrnan hider and þider betwyh heora fótum, Gr. D. 236, 1. Heora nán gefélan ne mihte hú hí gewurdon on slǽpe, Hml. S. 23, 257. 3. to feel pain, be conscious of a sensation Ne gefélest (-félst, v. l. ) þú gewin on þínum fótum, Lch. i. 330, 6. Ne hí swól gefélaþ on magan, ii. 194, 12. Hwylc wundor is þéh þe þá sáwla magan gefélan þá líchamlican tintregan?, Gr. D. 305, 12. [O. Sax. gi-fólian: O. H. Ger. ge-fuolen sentire, palpare.] v. un-geféled.
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