ge-férscipe
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ge-férscipe
Add:I. abstract, I. of persons Ðæt hié ne sceolden forhyggean ðone geférscipe ðára synfulra, Past. 103, 15. Hé hine on úrne geférscipe ðurh flǽsces gecynd gemengde sese nobis per naturae nostrae consortium junxit, 167, 23. 2. of animals or things Sum fearhryþer þæs óþræs ceápes geférscipe oferhogode, Bl. H. 199, 4. Se yfela willa næfþ nǽnne geférscipe wiþ þá gesǽlþa ad beatitudinem probra non veniunt, Bt. 36, 7 ; F. 184, 31. II. concrete. 1. a collection of persons, a. in a general sense, a company Wearð eall se geférscipe (Ulysses' companions) forhwerfed tó deórcynnum, Bt. 38, l; F. 196, 2. On þes arcbes gewitnesse and on ealles þæs geférscipes þe him mid wæs. Chr. 1022 ; P. 157, 7. Þ þǽr mihten men gyrnau þára úplicra burhwara and þæs écean geférscipes, Bl. H. 197, 17. Betwuxn his engla geférscipe inter angelorum choros, Past. 261, 12. Deóffelicum geférscipe demonico globo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 138, 65. Gif gé mé (the cook) út ádrífaþ fram eówrum geférscipe (collegio), Coll. M. 29, 9. b. in special senses, α. a society of ecclesiastics Þeáh feáwa witena on þám geférscipe beón, R. Ben. 116, 19. Hádbót. . . án dǽl þám biscope, óðer þám wíbede and þridde geférscipe. Ll. Th. ii. 242, 18. β. an association, a guild Scute ǽlc man swá pænig, swá healfne, be þæs geférscipes mænio, Ll. Th. i. 234, 10. Án gildscipe is gegaderod on Wudeburglande, and se b̃ and þá canonicas . . , habað underfangen þone ilcan geférscipe on bróðorrǽdenne, Cht. Th. 609, 3. γ. a profession, order Cyning sceal hæbban gebedmen and fyrdmen and weorcmen . . . Ðæt is eác his andweorc hé habban sceal . . . þám þrím geférscipum bíwiste . . . gehwæt þæs þe þá þrié geférscipas behófiaþ, Bt. 17 , F. 58, 33-60, 5. δ. a class, social order Þǽr ðú gemunan woldest hwylcra gebyrda þú wǽre and hwylcra burgwara for worulde, oþþe eft gástlíce hwilces geférscipes ðú wǽre on ðínum móde, Bt. 5, l ; F. 10, 4. (ζ) a retinue, court; comitatus :-- Cóm hé mid þá cwéne . . . hé wæs hyre þéna and hyre húses and hyre geférscypes oferealdormon erat primus ministrorum et princeps domus eius, Bd. 4, 3; Sch. 353, 2. Cyningas bióþ úton ymbstandende mid miclon geférscipe hiora þegna, Bt. 37, I ; F. 186, 4. Hé þone ealdor ealra þeóstra geband, and ealne his geférscipe gedréfde, Bl. H. 85, 6. 2. a company of animals Ðá fuglas ðe ánes cynnes bióð seldon willað forlǽtan hiora geférscipe (sese deserunt), Past. 348, 22.
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