ge-feolan
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
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ge-feolan
l. ge-feólan; p. -fealh, pl. fulgon. Take here passage given under ge-felgan, and add: I. to press into, 1. to make ones way into a place, get and remain in Wæs þǽr neáh Apollines templ; þá gefealh hé þǽr in and þǽr þá niht gewunode juxta Apollinis templum fuit, ibique se ad manendum contulit, Gr. D. 189, 1. Ðá warð his leóhtbora áfyrht swýðe, and gefeall him in ánan heale and slǽp his light-bearer became very frightened, and got in a corner and went to sleep, Vis. Lfc. 36. 2. to enter the mind Hú se ealda feónd on symbel geféleð úrum gebohtum mid his searwum antiquus hostis quam insidiis nostris cogitationibus insistat, Gr. D. 222, 6. II. to stick to. 1. to continue instant in, pursue unremittingly Swá mycele má hé gefealh mid geornnysse þám gebedum tanto annisu precibus incubuit, Gr. D. 74, 17: 125, 29: 247, 26. Hé gefealh his wæcce instans vigiliis, 170, 30. gefealh singallíce his þegnungum and hýrnessum ejus obsequiis sedule atque incessanter adhaerebat, 299, 29. 2. to adhere to a person, an opinion Þá þe Gode gefeólað mid éstfullum móde qui devota mente Deo adhaerent, Gr. D. 161, 17. For þon þe ic gefealh and gewunode in Laurenties worde and wæs wið Simmache guia in parte Laurentii contra Symmachum sensi, 330, 8. [Goth, ga-filhan to hide: O.H.Ger. gi-felhan.]
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